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Manmohan statement likely
Taslima roughed up in Hyderabad
Musharraf pulls back from emergency plan
ISLAMABAD: President Pervez Musharraf appears to have pulled back from a reported plan to impose emergency rule in the country after a meeting with political aides, legal experts and senior members of his Government on Thursday ...
Such people are a minority in India: Taslima
These incidents come as a reminder of the presence of extremists in this country
“For nuclear renaissance, the world needs India”
As Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India, R. Chidambaram has played a crucial behind-the-scenes role in the formulation of India’s approach to the question of civil nuclear cooperation with the United States. Chairman of the A tomic Energy Commission from 1993 to 2000, he supervised the conduct of the 1998 nuclear weapons tests at Pokhran. In an exclusive interview toThe Hindu, he spoke about the implications of the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal for India’s strategic and ci vil nuclear programmes, as well as for the future of nuclear power worldwide. Excerpts:
UNPA to seek vote
It says nuclear agreement is not in the national interest
Ansari set to become Vice-President
Congress says he will poll more than 425 votes
BSP will vote for UPA nominee: Mayawati
LUCKNOW: The Bahujan Samaj Party will support the United Progressive Alliance candidate Hamid Ansari in the Vice-President election to be held on Friday. This was announced by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and BSP president, ...
Environmental protection can be achieved at a low cost: Sachs
“U.S. needs to find solutions to climate change problem”
Total opposition by CPI
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Thursday said it would take a position in Parliament on the nuclear deal “consistent with its policy” in the wake of the Left parties’ public declaration against it. “We ...
Africa can profit from Green Revolution: Sachs
CHENNAI: The food crisis plaguing Africa’s economic development can be solved by applying the lessons learned from the implementation of the Green Revolution in India, according to Jeffrey Sachs, eminent development economist, special ...
India makes bright start on a batting wicket
Dinesh Karthik misses out on a hundred; Ganguly gets second awful decision in as many Tests
“Caste-based solution will create disharmony”
New Delhi: Caste-based solution of providing reservation to Other Backward Classes will create disharmony in society, senior counsel Harish Salve argued in the Supreme Court on Thursday. A five-judge Constitution Bench comprising Chief Justice ...
Shyam Benegal driven by joy of film-making
"You don’t make movies only to win awards”
Migration rules unfair: British MPs
Thousands of Indians affected
Income gap will be tackled: Lee
SINGAPORE: China and India “are powering ahead” in the economic domain, and Asia “has become more developed and dynamic” in the 10 years since a financial crisis hit the region. Presenting this reality as the ...
Balco to set up aluminium plant in Chhattisgarh
The Vedanta group will invest Rs. 8,100 cr.
SBI widens credit card portfolio
Launches SBI Gold and More Card; offers 2 p.c. cash back facility
Indian firms bag awards at tools summit
18 awards were announced in an international contest of innovative applications
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