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Kaiga workers “back to work”
CHENNAI: About 55 workers of the Kaiga Atomic Power Station in Karnataka who received an excessive dose of tritium, a highly radioactive substance, after they drank water mixed with tritium are “normal” and “back to ...

Left, TDP seek JPC probe into “illegal mining”
“Prime Minister should immediately convene an all-party meet on the issue”

BSF battalions for anti-naxal operations
NEW DELHI: The Border Security Force has committed 13 battalions for anti-Maoist operations, which are likely to begin anytime in December. Talking to reporters here on Saturday, BSF Director-General Raman Srivastava said five ...

Where the pedestrian is a third class citizen
Pedestrian accessibility should become the first step in an enlightened urban transport policy

A gesture from Calcutta University
CHENNAI: The University of Calcutta has donated reproductions of its collection on the former President, S. Radhakrishnan, to his daughter-in-law Indira Gopal for display in a museum to be set up in his memory. Although he was an alumnus ...

China, India powerhouses for growth: Zhang Yan
VELLORE: The cooperation between China and India in education is of strategic importance in the context of the two countries being the main powerhouses for the growth of Asia, and the source of power coming from young generations vested with ...

Crashed servers leave CAT aspirants tense
Test rescheduled for the affected

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