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Mulayam: there are differences, but we’ll move forward together
Deal is in national interest: Kalam
New Delhi: The former President, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, on Thursday told Samajwadi Party leaders Mulayam Singh and Amar Singh that the nuclear deal with the United States was beneficial for India and they should keep national interests above ...
Response to BJP’s bandh call partial in most States
Four killed in violence in Indore, normal life hit in parts of Punjab
Time running out: Ackerman
“Deal must get Congress nod by August”
Army stages flag march in Jammu
Protesters continue to defy curfew, clash with police
UNPA in BJP’s eyes
NEW DELHI: What is the United National Progressive Alliance and what does it stand for? What does the BJP have to say about the recent political developments involving the UNPA? Is not the BJP looking for tying up with some of the UNPA ...
PMO: our strategic autonomy not affected
NEW DELHI: The government on Wednesday clarified that the civil nuclear agreement with the U.S. would not affect India’s autonomy of decision making on foreign affairs or strategic programme in any manner. “India had always ...
CPI: Left will have to decide the modalities of withdrawing support
When the government is going to the IAEA is the question, says Bardhan
“We’ll do nothing that will harm national interest”
Communalism, the greatest threat to the nation: Amar Singh
‘123 overrides Hyde Act’
NEW DELHI: Defending the India-U.S. civil nuclear agreement, the Prime Minister’s Office on Wednesday said it would cater for the development of a strategic reservoir of nuclear fuel to guard against disruption of supplies over the ...
Nuclear deal will come through: Sen
Silicon Valley: The stalled New Delhi-Washington nuclear deal will ultimately be “consummated,” says Indian Ambassador to the U.S. Ronen Sen, voicing confidence that the two countries will find a way out to overcome “some ...
Export of maize banned till October 15
NEW DELHI: The government on Thursday banned the export of maize till October 15, 2008. The move will help increase its availability in the domestic market and check prices of corn, poultry and other products. The notification, issued ...
When the going got tough, the Indian batting got going
Dhoni’s men chase down a big target to keep their date with Sri Lanka in the final
It’s ‘Sister Act’ time once again
Schuettler outlasts Clement, to meet Nadal in the semifinals
Software by subscription
Microsoft can now offer programs as “services” on Web
Youth stages suicide drama from rooftop
Man argues case for his daughter
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