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BJP, CPI(M) seek early session
Furore over disclosure on the nuclear deal

‘We will be guided by pact’
NEW DELHI: India has categorically stated that it will be guided solely by the terms of bilateral agreement with Washington on the nuclear deal, the India-specific safeguards agreement and a clean waiver that it expects from the NSG. An ...

NSG hopeful of consensus soon
New draft to be developed overnight to allay lingering ‘concerns’

Nuclear power crucial for meeting country’s energy needs: Sonia
ERODE: Congress president Sonia Gandhi has said that nuclear power is crucial for meeting the country’s energy needs. Participating in a meeting organised by the party in this textile town on Thursday evening, she said, “For ...

Yatra won’t be permitted: Orissa
New Delhi: The Orissa government on Thursday assured the Supreme Court that it would not allow VHP leader Praveen Togadia’s yatra on Friday or any other day carrying the ashes of Swami Lakshmanananda Saraswati, who was killed in his ...

MADRAS UNIVERSITY - SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS
A tradition of academic excellence
The British established the modern institutions of governance, scholarship, exploration and trade, which are part and parcel of today’s India. Perhaps, the most important of these was the British style educational system that first put down ...

MADRAS UNIVERSITY - SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS
Ongoing saga of higher learning
The University of Madras may have been established by the British colonisers, but it truly belongs to the people of India — they were the ones who asked for it. On November 1, 1839, the seeds of the university were sown by 70,000 ...

As NSG members take ‘political’ call, differences narrow
Vienna: When they went in for the Nuclear Suppliers Group meeting here on Thursday morning, the belief of diplomats from the states opposed to the text of the new India draft waiver was that this time around too the meeting would prove ...

MADRAS UNIVERSITY - SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS
An illustrious centenary and after
The university started the new millennium with five-star accreditation from NAAC

A whole galaxy of alumni-stalwarts to look up to


Indication on “secret” letter came in May
NEW DELHI: While the contents of a letter from the U.S. State Department to the House Foreign Affairs Committee in the U.S. Congress on the nature of the civil nuclear cooperation has stirred a controversy now, the presence of such a ...

“Individual governments should decide”
Vienna: A diplomat at the Nuclear Suppliers Group told The Hindu : “Members will not accept automaticity of termination of supplies at the NSG level either,” he said, referring to the proposal by ...

BUSINESS
Small car is here to stay, says Ratan Tata
Rising material cost puts pressure on pricing

Mayawati withdraws Act
LUCKNOW: Accusing the Congress of adopting double standards on the issue of law and order, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Thursday withdrew the Uttar Pradesh Control of Organised Crime Act (UPCOCA), 2007. The UPCOCA had been sent for ...

TENNIS
Nadal fights off Fish to make the last four stage
Serena beats Venus; now plays Safina in the semifinals

BILLIARDS
Geet Sethi fights back to enter final
Pankaj Advani dethrones Rupesh Shah to move a step closer to glory

Raj Thackeray barred from addressing public rallies
Mumbai: In the backdrop of fresh tension triggered by Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray’s insistence on Marathi signboards for shops, the Mumbai police on Thursday barred him from addressing public meetings till September ...

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