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More Koodankulam units only if Russia amends law
A 1992 domestic law prevents exports to non-nuclear weapon States
Centre should assist Orissa: Advani
BHUBANESWAR: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha and BJP prime ministerial candidate, L. K. Advani, on Wednesday said the Centre should extend all possible help to the Orissa government for carrying out relief and restoration work in the ...
Spectrum issue to be discussed soon
NEW DELHI: Communications and Information Technology Minister A. Raja on Wednesday said the issue of Defence Ministry releasing extra spectrum for civilian use is being discussed at the top government level. “The talks are being ...
A historic verdict: R.R. Patil
MUMBAI: Describing the verdict in the Khairlanji case as historic, Deputy Chief Minister R.R. Patil on Wednesday expressed satisfaction with the CBI investigation and the speedy trial. Talking to journalists, he said the Khairlanji ...
Naval exercise with U.S. will only be bilateral
Policy decision taken to avoid criticism and keep tradition: Antony
Sack Jamia Vice-Chancellor: BJP
Congress backs VC, who has offered to provide legal help to arrested students
Antony seeks PM’s intervention
NEW DELHI: Defence Minister A. K. Antony has sought the Prime Minister’s intervention to correct the anomalies in the pay scales of armed forces personnel, who have refused to accept the Sixth Pay Commission recommendations till the ...
Rally to be held in U.S. to protest violence against Christians
“U.S. must help hold the people responsible for the violence accountable”
Left has to rally other parties for third alternative, says Karat
Kolkata: The Left parties have to rally other political parties in the country to counter the “anti-people and anti-national policies of bourgeoisie” national parties like the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and raise ...
‘Mamata, Maoists have ganged up’
Kolkata: “Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee and the Maoists have ganged up to oppose the Left Front government from implementing its industrial development goals, and the Tata Motors small car project at Singur has been targeted ...
“E-mail was meant to provoke Hindu hatred”
Prince of Arcot calls for impartial probe
Rs. 1,600-crore plan to tackle natural, man-made disasters
HYDERABAD: The National Disaster Management Authority on Wednesday unveiled a grandiose plan to combat natural and man-made disasters. NDMA vice-chairman Gen. N.C. Vij and member M. Shashidhar Reddy said a World Bank-funded, Rs. ...
Ban likely on Chinese dairy products
NEW DELHI: The government is likely to temporarily ban the import of Chinese dairy products in India in the wake of the detection of high levels of kidney-stone causing industrial chemical — melamine — that has affected thousands ...
Kapil Dev begins a new innings
NEW DELHI: Veteran cricketer Kapil Dev was decorated with the rank of honorary Lieutenant Colonel in the Territorial Army at a colourful ceremony at Army headquarters here on Wednesday. The honour was conferred on him by the Army Chief, ...
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