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Testing issue main stumbling block
Nobody wants a third meeting, say Indian officials at the Nuclear Suppliers Group

‘Never tried to keep anything under wraps’


Congress slams Left, BJP
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Friday termed as “amusing” the latest coming together of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Bharatiya Janata Party in voicing opposition on the India-U.S. civil nuclear cooperation. ...

SP will go along with PM on deal
NEW DELHI: Setting at rest speculation on the Samajwadi Party’s “dilemma” over the latest controversy surrounding the India-U.S. nuclear agreement, general secretary Amar Singh on Friday said the party would go along with the ...

After Kashmir shrine war, a compensation battle
Compensation for horticulture and businesses could prove politically fraught

Health sector: PM for more public-private ventures
CHENNAI: “While the public sector cannot be wished away, more public-private partnerships are required to meet the increasing demands on healthcare,” Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Friday. “There is an obligation ...

Fresh probe into Sohrabuddin killing
Brother sees loopholes in charge sheet

CBI let Quattrocchi off the hook: petition
New Delhi: It is ex facie clear that ever since the United Progressive Alliance came to power in 2004, the Central Bureau of Investigation has been helping Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi, an accused in the Bofors ...

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