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    Support for India's nuclear deal
    Brazil would be willing to cooperate on fuel supplies and technology, indicates Lula

    `India ready for bold decisions'
    Manmohan wants to connect better with Brazil and South Africa

    Arguments today on sentencing Memons
    Advocate seeks more time to discuss case

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    India targets evolution on revenge mission
    Windies test offers Dravid and company a chance to erase Caribbean nightmare

    Football diplomacy to the fore
    BRASILIA: : Brazil is an emerging economy with many strengths, among them vast natural resources and a strong technological base. Yet that football remains its strongest diplomatic weapon was apparent at the India-Brazil-South Africa summit being ...

    CMDA commissions traffic plan
    Anna University to complete the study for south Chennai region in two months

    "Seized weapons made in Chennai"
    Nothing to do with LTTE: Swaranjit Sen

    Huge firearms haul in London
    LONDON: In one of the biggest haul of firearms in Britain, the police seized "hundreds and hundreds" of shotguns as also automatic and semi-automatic weapons from a house on the outskirts of London in pre-dawn raids on Wednesday. Most of the ...

    An extraordinary new accomplishment by Delhi Metro now
    NEW DELHI: By building India's first "extra-dosed" bridge near the Capital's Pragati Maidan -- also only the second of its kind to be built over a railway crossing anywhere in the world - the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has accomplished one ...

    House session in Belgaum soon
    Speaker has said it can be convened after September 24; meeting for five days

    Keshava Rao backtracks on statements on TRS chief
    Congress high command asks party leaders to exercise restraint

    Even diploma holders in demand
    Those who have opted for Civil Engineering are a happy lot

    Baby `stolen' from Niloufer Hospital
    Karuna Sree's case sheet also missing from cradle

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