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Nuke deal escapes Pak axis
Richard Boucher found it unsettling. The newly minted US assistant secretary of state had just been at an informal dinner in Vienna and the Chinese permanent representative to the UN buttonholed him. ...  | Read.. 
 
Taming Cauvery, with dam of stones
For nearly 2,000 years, the surging waters of the Cauvery have pounded this wall of rock and stone. But it has not only survived the onslaught. It has anchored an entire civilisation. ...  | Read.. 
 
Escape hatch buoys Delhi
The thorny clauses in the draft US legislation on the nuclear deal with India, as of now, are not binding, foreign ministry officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Short of air near peak
Last eight betray sign of lack of oxygen
A strange malaise is afflicting the World Cup. Now that the peak of achievement is in sight so the surviving teams are running short of oxygen. ...  | Read.. 
 
German football team captain Michael Ballack tries his hand at archery in Berlin on Wednesday. Germany plays Argentina on Friday. (Reuters)
 
 
Retirement' I'm sorry to tell them (Spaniards) that it won't be after this match

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Tata land drive rolls
At a gathering tomorrow at Singur, where the Tata Motors plant will come up, some farmers will ...  | Read..
Karats missing, not CPM criticism
Things arenít looking too good for Manmohan Singh. Mr and Mrs Karat are out of the country ...  | Read..