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Basu powers Buddha’s nuclear energy
CPM patriarch Jyoti Basu today supported chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on nuclear power as well as US investment in Bengal while echoing the party’s opposition to American “imperialism” in general and the nuclear deal in particular. ...  | Read.. 
Thackeray held
A small-time NCP activist and lawyer has managed what the Vilasrao Deshmukh government has not had the courage to do despite repeated demands by human rights groups — hav ...  | Read.. 
Vienna push for small reactor export
The IAEA today adopted a landmark resolution moved by India to promote the development and deployment of small and medium nuclear reactors for countries with small electr ...  | Read.. 
Kem chho, Sunita asks village
Sunita Williams visited her native village Jhulasan on her second day in Gujarat. ...  | Read.. 
AIIMS private practice plan
Doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences may soon be allowed to engage in private practice to stop the exodus of top faculty to better paying jobs. ...  | Read.. 
Sabyasachi Mukherjee, brand ambassador of The Telegraph Weddings, dropped in at the exhibition on Friday. The designer, accompanied by his father (rig ...  | Read
UK visa break
Post hope
Sikh clash
Twin babies
Quality check for medical devices
The government will introduce legislation to regulate the quality of medical devices used in di..  | Read.. 
Ram war cry, Jaya as ally
The BJP today stepped up its opposition to the Sethusamudram ship canal project, deciding to mo..  | Read.. 
Plaque rebuff to 1857 team
A Meerut church has turned down the request of a group ...  | Read.. 

Calcutta link in twin blasts
Hyderabad blasts suspect Rizwan Gazi, arrested on Monda ...  | Read.. 

Bourgeois tag on Left
India’s communists have been called many names but ...  | Read.. 

Karat scoffs at setu crusade
Prakash Karat today made light of BJP attempts to drum ...  | Read.. 

Food streets on Centre table
Choked waterway now, cuisine corridor in future. ...  | Read.. 

Twenty20 gets eyeballs & ads
The smiles are back on the faces of advertisers, five months ...  | Read..