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Nuclear scientists demonstrate various tools 24.10.2009 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
VIJAYAWADA: Nuclear scientists T.G. Srinivasan, N. Ramanathan and K. Venkatesan were among the distinguished panel of speakers who engaged the students in a lively discussion on several issues at a two-day national workshop on ‘Radio ...
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SPs vehicle attacked, office torched in anti-uranium blockade 23.10.2009 DNA: India
Stray incidents of stone pelting and burning of tyres were also reported from various parts of the state during the night blockade.
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SPs vehicle attacked, office torched in anti-uranium blockade 23.10.2009 Business Standard: News Now
The vehicle of a police officer was attacked and a government office torched as violence continued during road blockade by the Khasi Students Union (KSU) in protest against the proposed uranium mining project in Meghalaya.
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China-India contretemps 23.10.2009 New Indian Express
China-India contretemps
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Workshop to be held on ‘radio chemistry’ 23.10.2009 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
‘Teachers and students will benefit’
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Shops down shutters to show solidarity with UCIL staff 22.10.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
Owners of shops and business establishments around the respective townships of the Uranium Corporation of India Ltd's six mines and two processing plants around Jadugoda.
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Essays of India 22.10.2009 Indian Express: Chandigarh
When Arundhati Roy, draped in a sari the colour of red wine and sporting a diamond nose-stud, gave a wide grin after the announcement that she had won the Booker Prize for 1997...
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Mumbai collegians march for peace 21.10.2009 Mumbai Mirror: Communities
The Humanist Movement (HM) in Mumbai initiated or commenced the World March for Peace and Non-violence (WMPN) in India on January 30, 2009 and recently they further promoted this movement for peace by organising a rally in Sathaye College, Vile Parle (East)
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Why Indo-China rivalry may spin out of control 21.10.2009 Rediff: News
Experts and observers of India-China ties have warned that the current war of words between the two countries could spin the traditional Asian rivalry out of control. "The most urgent present job for both sides is crisis management," the Christian Science Monitor quoted Han Hua, an expert on South Asia at Peking University, as saying. "I don't think either government wants the situation to go further downhill," he added.He said, "The structural problem is leadership."
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India's 'Look East' policy comes of age 21.10.2009 Rediff: Business
The Indo-Asean FTA provides an opportunity for India to be more engaged with the region, says Sanjaya Baru.
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China, India rivalry could spin out of control, warn experts 21.10.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Be prepared for all threats: PM to armed forces 21.10.2009 New Indian Express
Be prepared for all threats: PM to armed forces
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Watch Tower: Mounting pressure against new uranium mining 21.10.2009 Central Chronicle
Watch Tower: Mounting pressure against new uranium mining
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Carrot and stick 21.10.2009 Frontline
Climate change, financial turbulence and Iran – nothing was left off the table in what was a blistering September for Barack Obama.
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Sanjaya Baru: Look East policy comes of age 21.10.2009 Business Standard: Opinion & Analysis
This is an important week for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Over the weekend, at the Fourth East Asia Summit in Thailand, he will witness the final fruition of the second most important foreign policy initiative he took during his first term in office the India-Asean Free Trade Agreement.
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Locals, NGOs come out in support of uranium-mining project in Shillong 20.10.2009 New Kerala: India News
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Locals, NGOs come out in support of uranium-mining project in Shillong 20.10.2009 Oneindia.in: News
Shillong, Oct. 20 (ANI): Local residents and various NGOs in Shillong have come out in support of the Centre's decision to start a uranium mining project in Meghalaya.
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Inequality is the problem 20.10.2009 New Indian Express
Inequality is the problem
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China projects Kashmir as separate State 20.10.2009 The Statesman
China projects Kashmir as separate State
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Sanskrit As A Language Of Science 19.10.2009 Society
There is a misconception that Sanskrit language is only a language for chanting mantras in temples or religious ceremonies. That, actually, is less than 5% of the Sanskrit literature, more than 95% of which has nothing to do with religion...
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