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Russia in nuclear business rush
After having supplied uranium fuel for the Tarapur atomic energy plant defying the Nuclear Suppliers Group, the Russians are quickly moving into position. They are sniffing for future orders for nuclear power plants from India. ...  | Read.. 
 
Police rapist gets 12 years, govt seeks life
A daylight rape in a police post that had blackened Mumbai’s image met with speedy justice today with sacked constable Sunil More sentenced to 12 years’ rigorou ...  | Read.. 
 
Rain of votes in Assam
For a state that had previously braved the threat of militant bullets to vote, today’s pre-monsoon showers were only a minor deterrent. ...  | Read.. 
 
Top bidders for hotel plot
Leading hospitality groups and construction companies have bid for a six-acre leasehold property off the bypass to build a five-star hotel. ...  | Read.. 
 
America wins the war of veterans
Army set to retire British descriptions amid growing military ties with US
The Indian Army that has zealously guarded the colonial traditions bequeathed by the British in its parlance is now injecting a dose of Americanism into its military jargon: ...  | Read.. 
 
Saif Ali Khan has danced his way to Australian philatelic history with the Commonwealth Games. He became the first Indian to feature on a postage s ...  | Read
 
 
Form is temporary but class is permanent. Sachin is a class act

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Tongue Twister
If you went to Italy and talked to a man on the street and told him that there was a chain of top-cl ...  | Read..
Medical re-exam on court table
The Centre today sought cancellation of this year’s All-India postgraduate medical entranc ...  | Read..