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‘Meddling’ fuel feeds nuclear fire
In pursuing the Indo-US nuclear deal, the government has departed from its decades-old practice of encouraging indigenous nuclear capabilities and keeping bureaucrats from meddling in nuclear affairs, a former atomic energy official said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tapping guidelines
The Centre today issued a set of guidelines to all telecommunications service licensees to curb unauthorised tapping. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cracked: gene secret for dancers
Great dancers might owe their abilities not just to years of fatigue-defying practice but also to special genes that endow them with a unique capacity for creative dancing, a new study has indicated. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mr S. Khan: Aryan’s pride, other papas’ envy
Sorry, young fathers, the superstar has bagged the gold at son’s school and set a tough goal for you
If you had been a young father at this school sporting event today, you might not have felt inclined to clap very hard. ...  | Read.. 
 
Imran Khan welcomes Sachin Tendulkar to his home in Islamabad where the former Pakistan captain hosted a luncheon for the Indian team on Wednesday. Im ...  | Read
 
 
He is still the lynchpin of Indian batting

IMRAN KHAN
on Sachin Tendulkar
Nepal lolling on polling day
Armed force cop Gyan Bahadur Lama was pointing an Insas rifle at a flock of pigeons on Durbar S ...  | Read..
Airport fine print in Ambani draft
Anil Ambani’s loss could well be brother Mukesh’s gain. ...  | Read..