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    India, China to cooperate on nuclear energy
    " Early accord on border issue is a strategic objective"

    China not to stand in India's way
    NEW DELHI: China will not come in the way of any decision of the Nuclear Suppliers' Group (NSG) to lift restrictions on international civilian nuclear cooperation with India, senior officials felt after talks between Prime Minister Manmohan ...

    Women's Bill likely this session
    More consultations with political parties soon: Dasmunshi

    10 Dawood men deported from United Arab Emirates
    MUMBAI: In a major blow to underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, 10 members of his gang were arrested by the Mumbai Crime Branch here on Tuesday after having been deported from the UAE. They were earlier in the custody of the Dubai police. Some of ...

    NEWS ANALYSIS
    New Delhi, Beijing talk nuclear for the first time
    China may be open to backing India-United States deal on civil nuclear energy

    Satisfied with momentum: Hu
    Says the relationship is of "global significance"; to celebrate "friendship through tourism" year in 2007

    Enduring friendship will continue, says Somnath
    NEW DELHI: A dynamic India-China relationship is of global significance and will lead to peace, stability and prosperity not only in Asia but the world as a whole, Chinese President Hu Jintao said during his 30-minute "very pleasant interaction" ...

    Mumbai family awaits Hu
    He is expected to meet kin of Dwarkanath Kotnis

    Two new border trade points mooted
    NEW DELHI: India has proposed the opening of two more border trade points with China — Demchok in Ladakh and Bumla in Arunachal Pradesh — senior officials familiar with talks between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chinese ...

    CRICKET
    Selection dilemma for the Indians
    DURBAN: The trick, they say, lies in the mind. On pitches with pace and bounce, and against bowlers of speed and precision, a negative approach can be suicidal. "You don't play expecting a short pitched ball all the time," says India coach ...

    Rain gods have taken a liking to the Indians
    Batting on a juiced-up Kingsmead track will be quite a challenge, says Barry Richards

    Thorpe decides to plunge into... life
    Thorpe was unusual, and not just because of his size, writes Rohit Brijnath

    INTERNATIONAL
    Nepal peace accord signed
    Hopes of end to decade-old insurgency rise

    India becomes part of ITER experiment
    PARIS: India on Tuesday became part of a seven-member international consortium to launch a multi-billion dollar experimental fusion reactor called ITER. Construction of the 10-billion-euro project which will last a decade will begin next year in ...

    Pakistan evasive on nuclear deal
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has played down reports of a deal with China for assistance in building six nuclear reactors during the November 23-26 visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao. "The reports are speculative," said Foreign Office spokeswoman ...

    BUSINESS
    India, China set for closer economic ties
    Consultations to be intensified in crucial areas

    Cairn Energy bullish on Rajasthan field
    Ravva onshore (AP) to sustain 50,000 barrels a day

    Serving children living with HIV/AIDS
    Jheevan, a care home started by Sharanalayam, looks after 20 children

    General Motors to invest $300 m in Talegaon facility
    Lays foundation for second plant; may consider investing in a powertrain plant

    Administrator for BMP from Friday
    Three officials shortlisted for the post; council term ends tomorrow

    Two persons killed as MTC bus goes out of control
    But for a tree that brought the vehicle to a halt, the toll would have been higher

    Administration in a quandary over headless village panchayat
    Expect the State Election Commission to notify a by-election to overcome stalemate

    Land, stadia allotted to IMG Bharata taken over
    Ordinance issued to take over 855 acres of land and 10 stadia in Hyderabad

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