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Coal barrier to nuclear plants falls
Changes in nuclear economics have fuelled a search for virgin sites for nuclear power plants across India and demolished a decades-old perception that nuclear plants are not viable near coal deposits. ...  | Read.. 
 
AGP opts for ‘local’ tie-ups with BJP
Differences have cropped up within the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) over whether to cultivate ties with the BJP at a time when its ranks are already divided over a reconcilia ...  | Read.. 
 
Boardroom fights for jungle
The tigers have got visitors, and they mean business ' the business of saving the big cats. ...  | Read.. 
 
More beautiful and Brazil than Brazil
Zidane makes magic as Ronaldinho fails
Jogo Bonito won at Frankfurt last night. Brazil huffed and puffed out of the World Cup, but long before that the “beautiful game” had changed its brand ambassador. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ronaldinho (right), who came to Germany as the world's best footballer, looks off-balance in an encounter with Zidane, who reclaimed the crown in the ...  | Read
 
 
There's no doubt I would cry

DAVID BECKHAM
imagining how it would have been to win the Cup
Dalmiya not out of ring
It’s to be seen whether commissioner of police Prasun Mukherjee sits in the Cricket Associ ...  | Read..
Buddha gains business, loses men
As it gets ready to welcome Reliance’s big bucks, the state government must also prepare t ...  | Read..