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High-flying deals with EU
India today signed up as a member of Galileo ' a satellite navigation system ' cut a $2.2-billion deal to buy Airbus planes and concluded two important agreements on combating terrorism and cooperation in energy with Europe. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Human face’ ugly as ever
India may be crowing about its economic growth but a UN body feels the boom has not led to proportional human development. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dreams of raja, life as PM’s wife
Couples, says Cherie Blair, need not always agree. ...  | Read.. 
 
Schoolgirl clears Laloo stink
12-year-old invents hygienic drainage system for railways
She lives in a house without a phone. That hasn’t stopped this 12-year-old inventor from solving a century-old problem: that of filthy, smelly tracks at the country’ ...  | Read.. 
 
Cherie Blair with street children in New Delhi on Wednesday. (PTI)
 
 
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SANIA MIRZA
Malaria parasite too smart for vaccines
In the decade since Virender Chauhan plunged into the race to make a vaccine against malaria, t ...  | Read..
Welcome: To dengue sites
This scene is not unfamiliar in Calcutta. A huge construction site, a couple of reservoirs brim ...  | Read..