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CPI, BJP stage walkout on uranium project 10.3.2006 New Indian Express
CPI, BJP stage walkout on uranium project
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Concern over UCIL project site location 10.3.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
The proposed uranium mining and refinery project of the Uranium Corporation of India Ltd (UCIL) in the Nalgonda district of Andhra Pradesh continues to be a subject of debate and concern with the issue echoing in the State Legislative Assembly on ...
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Naxals set ablaze two rigs 10.3.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Allege that the work at Chitriyala is sponsored by World Bank
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Andhra govt backs uranium mining in Nalgonda 10.3.2006 Business Standard
Andhra govt backs uranium mining in Nalgonda
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Left may launch stir against AP Uranium mining project 9.3.2006 Rediff: News
TDP deputy leader T Devender Goud urged the state government not to be adamant on the issue since it related to people's health. The government should take into consideration the views expressed by various sections of the society on the project.
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Australia's uranium dilemma 9.3.2006 Hindu: Opinion
At the end of his three-day visit to India, Australian Prime Minister John Howard may well find he has more homework to do when he gets back than he did to prepare for the visit. Weighing on his mind will be the forceful request from Prime ...
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AP: Govt to consult legal experts on uranium project 9.3.2006 New Kerala: Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh government would consult legal experts on the proposed Uranium mining project in Nalgonda district in view of the widespread concerns over possible radiation pollution in the region.
Andhra Pradesh opposition criticises uranium project 9.3.2006 New Kerala: Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad: The opposition in Andhra Pradesh Thursday voiced concern over the threat to public health by the proposed uranium mining unit in Nalgonda district, and asked the Congress government to reconsider the project.
Australian business wakes up to India 5.3.2006 HBL: Front Page
Keen on mining, financial services and education
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"Economics is going to be the key" 2.3.2006 Hindu: Opinion
Australian Prime Minister John Howard is visiting India from March 6 as attempts are made to add a new weight to bilateral links that have stayed thin for many years. His Minister for Foreign Affairs for the past ten years,Alexander Downer, is one wh o can recall fondly his personal ties with India. His father fought alongside Indian troops in the Second World War, and he and his wife have enjoyed their various trips to India. But as Mr. Downer points out in this interaction at his office in Canb erra on Wednesday withK. Venugopaland another journalist from India, there is still some way to go in deepening the relationship, not least of all on the nuclear issue. Excerpts from the interview:
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Australia looks to cement India ties 2.3.2006 Business Standard
Australia looks to cement India ties
Indo-US Nuclear impasse: Energy is of strategic importance  24.2.2006 Central Chronicle
Indo-US Nuclear impasse: Energy is of strategic importance 
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CNDP opposes uranium mining in Nalgonda, Kadapa 20.2.2006 New Indian Express
CNDP opposes uranium mining in Nalgonda, Kadapa
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Uranium Corpn's assurance on mining practices 15.2.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
URANIUM Corporation of India Ltd (UCIL) has said that the proposed mining and processing activities at Nalgonda district of Andhra Pradesh would be carried out with adherence to environmental standards. In a press note it has stated that steps ...
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???US plans to bomb Iran nuke sites??? 13.2.2006 Deccan Herald
???US plans to bomb Iran nuke sites???
The complicated world of nuclear deals 9.2.2006 Hindu: Opinion
Safeguards are only one of the fallouts from the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal. Several issues need to be considered before tying down the DAE's hands.
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After red flag, DAE chief told: let the PM speak 7.2.2006 New Indian Express
After red flag, DAE chief told: let the PM speak
After red flag, DAE chief told: let the PM speak 6.2.2006 The Indian Express -- Front Page
A day after Atomic Energy Commission chairman Anil Kakodkar told The Indian Express that Washington's request for placing specific Indian nuclear facilities in the civilian programme list amounted to changing "the goalpost", the Government communicated to him that it would have been more appropriate had he waited for the Prime Minister to make a statement in Parliament on the Indo-US nuclear deal.
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TOKYO: Japan must rebuild resource diplomacy 30.1.2006 Asia News Network: Editorials
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