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U.S. Congress for killer clause in Nuclear Suppliers Group guidelines
Stipulation on any violation by India of agreements

Manmohan's statement assailed
Eye on Assembly poll, allege JD(S), Samajwadi Party

Party workers join fast by Mamata
Basu asks Trinamool leader to call off stir

RBI: steps on to clear cheques in 24 hours
Banks earning nearly Rs. 621 crore interest every day due to delay in crediting cheques

In defence of Navy Captain M.N. Mulla
Khukri was sunk in 1971

``Poverty cause for rights violation''
Poor should not be deprived of their human rights

PMO clarifies on Manmohan remarks
"Baseless controversy over Dr. Singh's remarks"

Tributes paid to Rajaji
127th birth anniversary observed

Left studying Act
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Sunday said it was studying the Nuclear Cooperation Act as passed by the U.S. Congress. ``We will come out with a formal reaction on Monday,'' party general secretary Prakash Karat told ...

`Vajpayee may not return the favour'
I am more of a consultant now: Advani

PoK still has terror camps: Antony
POONCH: Defence Minister A.K. Antony said here on Sunday that though there had been a drop in infiltration along the Line of Control, terror-training camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir were still operational. Talking to reporters, he said ...

``Centre not for President's rule in Uttar Pradesh''
Slams Uttar Pradesh Government for "deteriorating law and order situation"

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