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From the Print Edition
Pakistan should take credible action against terrorists: Manmohan
If that happens, India will be willing to walk more than half the distance to normalise ties

G8 ban on ENR sales shuts Russian door on India
New Delhi: By not moving quickly to conclude an umbrella nuclear cooperation agreement with Russia before the international goalposts for commerce were moved again, India has made it easier for Washington to roll back the clean exemption the ...

India to ‘study’ G8 ban on nuclear fuel cycle sales
New Delhi: One day after The Hindu first reported the G8 ban on enrichment and reprocessing (ENR) technology sales, the Ministry of External Affairs chose not to respond to a formal query on whether New Delhi intended to ...

G8 curbs a matter of concern, says Kakodkar
MANUGURU (Khammam dt.): It would be a matter of concern if the G8 nations insisted on curbing transfer of nuclear enrichment and reprocessing technology and equipment to all the non-signatories of the nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT), ...

India will do its bit to control emissions: Manmohan Singh
“All countries have an obligation to be prepared to depart from business as usual”

Manmohan to head infrastructure panel
The high-level Cabinet committee will closely monitor and review the implementation of core projects

Media misrepresented key facts on Shopian rape-murder
Journalists share responsibility for fanning south Kashmir violence, judge says

CPI(M) central committee begins meet on Kerala
NEW DELHI: The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) began its two-day meeting on Saturday to find a way out of the factionalism that has affected its Kerala unit. It was preceded by a meeting of the Polit Bureau ...

We must challenge the way so many faiths treat women
The former U.S. President, now one of a group of global leaders called the Elders, believes discrimination is damaging to everyone

Nothing justifies the coup d’etat in Honduras
 In his article “Military coups and banana republics” ( The Hindu, July 1), the Chilean academician, Jorge Heine, purports to present a balanced opinion on the developments taking place in Honduras leading ...

Trial of Mumbai terror attack suspects may begin next week: Pakistan
Delay was not on the part of Pakistan but on Indian side: Rehman Malik

Four more questions from Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The dossier that Pakistan handed over to India on Saturday contains two parts. The lengthier part of the 36-page dossier is called “investigation update” and documents in detail all the actions Pakistan has taken ...

A site that taps into the wisdom of the crowd
“ helps you make decisions”

Go for green IT strategy
It needs wise design solutions to minimise energy consumption

Calm restored in Urumqi
Conflicting accounts on incidents that led to the unrest

Gadget heaven for Japanese geeks

LIC ropes in Nomura AMC as strategic partner
The Japanese company will take 35 per cent stake in LIC MF

Australia has England on the mat
North, Haddin complete centuries; rain may help the host force a draw

Tamil Nadu temple murals effaced on a large scale
150 to 250-year-old works whitewashed; loss to Tamil Nadu’s painting tradition

Water from Kabini cheers up farmers

Corporate initiative to curb child labour
CHENNAI: Information Technology company HCL Technologies has come forward to help the Chennai Corporation and ChildLine identify children who are employed as labourers and warn their parents and employers. The drive, introduced as a ...

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