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  • From the Print Edition
    Jairam regrets remarks
    Calls up Ambika Soni

    Important for India to negotiate with IAEA: U.S.
    Vienna: The United States said on Monday that it was “important” for India to negotiate a safeguards agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to operationalise the nuclear deal, even as Atomic Energy Commission ...

    Waiting for talks: ElBaradei
    Vienna: The International Atomic Energy Agency on Monday said India had not approached it for negotiations on a safeguards agreement. “We are waiting for the Indian authorities to come for talks,” IAEA ...

    India hopeful of Seoul support
    SEOUL: India on Monday said the Republic of Korea (ROK) “may take a positive view” as and when the U.S.-India civilian nuclear energy deal “is taken up in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).” This ...

    Strategic partnership with China will mature: Pranab Mukherjee
    SEOUL: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said he does “not visualise any constraints” on the development of “bilateral relations” between India and the U.S. in the present context. At the same time, ...

    Iran: won’t wait indefinitely
    DUBAI: Iran has warned that it would finalise the multi-billion dollar gas pipeline deal with Pakistan and not wait indefinitely for India’s decision on participation in the project. “Pakistani officials are certain to come ...

    CBI probe sought into lynching incident
    PATNA: The Akhil Bharatiya Nat Samaj staged a dharna here on Monday protesting against the lynching of 10 members of the community at Delhpurwa village in Vaishali district on Thursday and demanded a CBI probe into the entire episode. ...

    Doubts grow on Hyderabad terrorist’s reported killing in Karachi shootout
    Rumours of Shahed’s death could be disinformation, Pakistani police records suggest

    We can’t avoid nuclear power: Buddhadeb
    “We have, however, certain doubts about the environmental problems, the cost of nuclear plants…”

    CRICKET
    Dravid’s successor to be named today
    Tendulkar for Tests and Dhoni for one-dayers could be the formula

    COMMENT
    Cricket crosses a cultural threshold
    We have seen the future of cricket. And, yes, it works, writes Nirmal Shekar

    CRICKET
    The curious and confusing chapters in Indian cricket captaincy
    It’s an issue that creates debate and suspense, writes Makarand Waingankar

    CRICKET
    Australia is looking ominous
    There is still room for improvement in the Indian fielding, writes Steve Waugh.

    CRICKET
    The batting and the bowling need to fire together
    Durban: For a tournament that began in an alarming torrent of runs, some order and pattern has crept in through the course of the first week. Daniel Vettori’s effort at the Wanderers on Sunday was classic left-arm spin. The New Zealand ...

    INDIA & THE WORLD
    Pakistan conveys protest
    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Foreign Office said it summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner Manpreet Vohra here on Monday to lodge a protest against the Indian Army’s plans to take tourists for trekking to the Siachen glacier. The ...

    INTERNATIONAL
    JVP leader says elections should be held in the east
    ‘It will encourage democracy, promote development and consolidate gains made against the LTTE’

    INTERNATIONAL
    Iran slams France on warning
    French Foreign Minister raises the spectre of war

    INTERNATIONAL
    Plea for full court hearing turned down
    Nine-judge bench headed by Justice Bhagwandass will sit daily

    TSR award conferred on Nirmala Deshpande
    VISAKHAPATNAM: A Sarva Dharma Sama Bhavana Sammelan was organised by the TSR Kalapeetham here on Monday as part of the 64th birthday celebrations of Union Minister of State for Mines T. Subbarami Reddy. It was attended by politicians, ...

    TRAI: subsidise broadband services
    Feedback on draft recommendations sought

    BUSINESS
    ‘Floor price for tea growers being examined’
    Panel to look into small growers’ demand, says Kamal Nath

    BUSINESS
    Suzuki unveils gearless scooter
    NEW DELHI: Going public with its foray in the Indian scooter market, Japanese bike maker Suzuki Motorcycle on Monday said it planned to capture four per cent share of the two-wheeler market here in the next three years on the strength of the ...

    “State will provide world class infrastructure for industries”
    CHENNAI: The State Government is committed to providing world class infrastructure to support the growth of industries, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi said on Monday. In his special address at the seventh edition of Connect 2007, ...

    Vintage ‘pillbox’ tells a tale of shoreline defences
    VISAKHAPATNAM: The sea is threatening to chew away the beautiful beaches of Visakhapatnam through erosion. While in the past month the sea gouged out a 75-metre section of the Ramakrishna Beach, taking three lampposts into the water, it also ...

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