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India keen to expand nuclear cooperation with Russia: official 15.9.2009 New Kerala: World News
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China military spotlighted in national day parade 15.9.2009 Sify Finance
China's biggest military parade in a decade will show off an army bristling with formidable new capabilities and deliver a potent message to the U.S. and others not to underestimate Beijing's
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Energising ties: India, Mongolia sign civil nuclear pact 15.9.2009 CNN-IBN Top Stories
STREGNTHENING TIES: PM Manmohan Singh shakes hands with Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj as the First lady of Mongolia looks on.Mongolia is the sixth country to sign a civil nuclear cooperation pact with India.
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India, Mongolia energise ties, sign civil nuclear pact 15.9.2009 CNN-IBN: India
STREGNTHENING TIES: PM Manmohan Singh shakes hands with Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj as the First lady of Mongolia looks on.Mongolia is the sixth country to sign a civil nuclear cooperation pact with India.
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Divided by uranium 15.9.2009 The Statesman
Divided by uranium
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IAEA appoints Amano as new chief 15.9.2009 The Statesman
IAEA appoints Amano as new chief
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India signs civil nuclear deal with Mongolia 15.9.2009 Financial Express
India signs civil nuclear deal with Mongolia
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Amano appointed as next IAEA chief 15.9.2009 Central Chronicle
Amano appointed as next IAEA chief
India inks uranium deal with Mongolia 15.9.2009 Central Chronicle
India inks uranium deal with Mongolia
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Germany's Merkel pushes economic growth in debate 15.9.2009 Sify News
Chancellor Angela Merkel faced her challenger in a subdued TV debate two weeks before German elections, arguing Sunday that the country needs a new center-right government to boost Europe's biggest
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Germany's Merkel pushes economic growth in debate 15.9.2009 Sify Finance
Chancellor Angela Merkel faced her challenger in a subdued TV debate two weeks before German elections, arguing Sunday that the country needs a new center-right government to boost Europe's biggest
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Sixth nuclear pact, with Mongolia 15.9.2009 The Indian Express -- Front Page
India on Monday signed a civil nuclear pact with uranium-rich Mongolia that will help it source uranium for its power plants.
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Thinking through the unthinkable 15.9.2009 Indian Express: Op-Ed
India has rightly been called the ‘reluctant nuclear power’. No other country in the world allowed twenty-four years to lapse...
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India signs civil nuclear deal with Mongolia 15.9.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
India and Mongolia on Monday signed a crucial civil nuclear agreement for supply of uranium to New Delhi, making the country number fifth in the world to seal a civil nuclear pact.
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Uranium supply deal with Mongolia signed 15.9.2009 HBL: Industry & Economy
New Delhi, Sept. 14 India signed a bilateral agreement with Mongolia on uranium supply on Monday. This was done during the Mongolian President, Mr Tsakhia Elbegdorj’s four-day visit to India.
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India-Mongolia pact for uranium supply 15.9.2009 Hindu: Front Page
NEW DELHI: India on Monday signed a civil nuclear agreement with Mongolia for the supply of uranium along with four other pacts, and agreed to strengthen cooperation in the field of defence. The agreement for peaceful uses of radioactive ...
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IOC implementing Rs 60,000-cr projects 15.9.2009 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
With a third of its investment going into the petrochemical sector, state-run Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) expects around 15 per cent of its revenues to come from this sector in three years. The company is implementing projects worth Rs 60,000 crore, including over Rs 20,000 crore in petrochemical and refinery capacity expansion.
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‘Obama administration has big plans for India’ 15.9.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
MYSORE: Describing the Indo-U.S. relationship as having undergone a seismic change in recent years, David Holmes, Second Secretary, Political-Military and Nuclear Affairs, U.S. Embassy, New Delhi, said that the Obama administration had big ...
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Top Article: Nuked Policy Options 15.9.2009 TOI: Editorial
Nuclear weapons haven't served India's interests.
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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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