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Nuke bill’s success will depend on legal hair-splitting 26.8.2010 Hindustan Times: India
India’s nuclear energy future lies in the hands of corporate lawyers. Nuclear industry, both overseas and at home, are assessing how difficult the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damages Bill will make it for nuclear suppliers to do business in India, report Pramit Pal Chaudhuri & Anirudh Bhattacharyya.
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Larsen and Toubro eyes oil in Brazil, banking in India 26.8.2010 New Kerala: Sports India
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Protective measures taken to dispose radioactive substance: government 26.8.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Ex-minister Suresh Prabhu hails passage of nuclear liability bill 26.8.2010 DNA: India
Prabhu advocated greater use of thorium for generation of nuclear power as the atomic fuel is found in abundance in the country.
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Industry against supplier liability 25.8.2010 Business Standard
India Inc today expressed deep reservations over the supplier liability provision the contentious Clause 17(b) in the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damages Bill, 2010, saying it would seriously hinder nuclear commerce.
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Indo-US Strategic Dialogue: Counter-terror coop to be discussed 31.5.2010 Doordarshan
Taking a major step to further deepen ties, India and the US will hold their first Strategic Dialogue on 3rd June during which they are expected to discuss situation in Afghanistan-Pakistan and ways to take forward initiatives in "top priority" counter-terrorism area.
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Nuclear energy key to climate change: Obama 3.2.2010 syndication.indianexpress.com
Obama said nuclear energy and clean coal energy technology is key to the successful fight against climate change.
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Rajiv appointed new CISF chief 18.1.2010 The Assam Tribune
Rajiv appointed new CISF chief
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India's missteps at Copenhagen 31.12.2009 India Together - Environment

The contrast between the stand taken by India at Copenhagen and at the earlier UN Earth summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 couldn't have been starker, writes Darryl D'Monte.
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Energy policy and climate change interlinked, says Kalam 18.12.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
Climate change is an integral part of energy policy and energy independence is closely linked with it, former President A P J Abdul Kalam said.
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India and Mongolia: Beyond uranium diplomacy 14.9.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
As it serenades Mongolia's new President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj in Delhi this week, India must look beyond its latest preoccupation with uranium diplomacy.
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Hillary ben: Amey Global Che 20.7.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
Yes we are global ma'am, well almost. Maybe not fully the way they told you so, but we are.
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The nuclear games begin 13.7.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
As many skeptics had suspected, 123 Agreement was not going to be the end of India's quest for recognition in global order.
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The Kutumbh and the Energy Dividend 24.6.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
The Europeans have a strong tradition of geography and look at many imponderables from the angle of physical space and environment.
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Foreign Minister Krishna's worldview 25.5.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
It did not take too long for S M Krishna, a self-confessed rookie on diplomatic front, to lay out his worldview over the weekend.
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The new government''s external advantage 16.5.2009 syndication.indianexpress.com
As the Congress Party returns to power trouncing its ideological opponents on the right and the left, India will command a lot more political respect on the world stage.
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Can TV forecast the course of US politics? 16.10.2008 Mint: Latest
I reckon that one reason why Americans no longer seem so surprised by the idea of a black president is because of President Palmer
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Doors open for familiar nuclear worries 1.10.2008 India Together - Environment

As the nuclear world appears poised to pry open a vast market for power plants and arms in India, Darryl D'Monte reports voices from a corner of the world that was witness to an earlier, Soviet-era nuclear rush.
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Hug and save the trees 10.9.2008 India Together - Environment
The 25-year-long journey History was created on 8 September 1983 when people from villages around Salkani in Uttara Kanada district undertook an eight-kilometre-long trek to resist massive tree-felling operations underway at the Kalase forests. Hordes of men and women lay seize to the forest over the next three months, hugging the trees and forcing the perpetrators with little option but an unceremonious exit. Western ghats, a biodiversity hotspot. Pic: From Paradise Lost , a report published by Prakruti, Uttara Kannada, Karnataka. The news spread fast, catching the imagination of forest dwellers across the state in Kodagu, South Kanara, Chikamaglur and Shimoga districts. Appiko, meaning ‘hug the trees’, soon became a potent expression to counter violence against nature, reflecting empathy towards forests. “It seems a cosmic force was fuelling indelible energy into each of us,” recalls M N Mableshwar of Gubbigadde village in Sirsi. The villagers of Gubbigadde and Balegadde, who were the ...
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Missing the mountain for the snow 24.7.2008 India Together - Environment

The climate system is a global, inter-locking one, and its many facets cannot be considered in isolation. However, this is precisely what the National Action Plan on Climate Change has done, writes Sudhirendar Sharma.
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