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Bipartisan support gets 86 votes for bill
NEW DELHI: The U.S. Senate approval of the India-U.S. civil nuclear agreement drew mixed political response on Thursday with the Congress terming it a “landmark development,” the BJP as a “defeat for the ...
Rape of nun confirmed
Medical examination done at Baliguda government hospital
U.S. can’t compel firms to give supply assurances: Mulford
NEW DELHI: The U.S. has said that it will “faithfully honour every single commitment” in the 123 agreement but “cannot compel” its companies to provide “certain things.” Addressing newspersons hours ...
Detonators found on Sikkim highway
Gangtok: A total of 24 detonators were found on the roadside between the Toong and Reychu highway in north Sikkim, police said here on Thursday. The detonators were found by patrolling policemen on Monday, Deputy Inspector General, ...
Historic, says Centre
Sonia Gandhi calls it “a landmark development”
A colossal loss for India: BJP
NEW DELHI: Terming the passage of the New Delhi-Washington nuclear deal by the U.S. Senate and the remarks by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice a “colossal loss” for India, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday charged Prime ...
Complete surrender: CPI(M)
It is betrayal of India’s vital interests, says Karat
Complaint by eyewitness to killing returned by officer-in-charge of police station
P.C. Thomas asks Chief Minister to act immediately on four atrocities committed in Orissa
Three Central teams rushed to Agartala to investigate serial blasts
Six detained for questioning; Manmohan Singh speaks to Manik Sarkar
Probably our best chance, says Kumble
He rules out any unsavoury fallout of the controversies of the last series in Australia
Smoking ban: focus on awareness
On day one, about 140 persons found lighting up were warned and let off
March for better housing for the rural poor
Unlocking ‘out-of-body’ mysteries
In September, medical teams at 25 hospitals across the world revealed they were undertaking the largest study of its kind into Near-Death Experiences (NDE). Researchers want to know if there is any truth in the so-called ...
People lie more by email, researchers say
It could pay to be sceptical next time you check your inbox, according to research which suggests that people are more likely to lie in an email than in other forms of communication. But psychological tests conducted by ...
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