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N-energy, chicken legs on table 31.7.2014 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, July 30: US secretary of state John Kerry landed here today for what New Delhi and Washington call a strategic dialogue, but economic niggles over subjects ranging from nuclear energy to chicken legs threaten to trip efforts to rekindle a relationship many argue is stagnating.
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John Kerry Arrives in India for Strategic Dialogue 30.7.2014 NDTV
US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in New Delhi today to hold 5th Indo-US Strategic Dialogue tomorrow during which India will be raising issues of snooping by the US' NSA and terrorism even as ...
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1840 MW nuke power generated after Indo-US nuclear deal 30.7.2014 ET: Power
The conclusion of international agreements in 2008 has enabled import of fuel for additional nuclear power reactors placed under IAEA agreements.
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States of Indo-Us civil nuclear deal 30.7.2014 Govt of india: PIB
The 123 Agreement between India and the United States concerning Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy was signed on October 10, 2008. Subsequently an ‘Arrangements and Procedures’ agreement has been signed on July 30, 2010.
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Supply of Uranium for peaceful uses of Nuclear Energy 30.7.2014 Govt of india: PIB
India and Canada concluded an Agreement for Cooperation in Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy on 27th June 2010. Discussions on commercial contracts for supply of Uranium from Canada are presently underway.
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Why 2014 looks eerily like 1914 30.7.2014 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'The parallels between 1914 and 2014 are striking. The crumbling of American and Russian hegemony, the rise of powerful terrorist groups, ferment in the Middle East and the rise of China... These closely mirror the world of 1914,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).
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The Lib Dems could survive in government by going back to their roots | Rafael Behr 30.7.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
The national party is toxic for campaigners on the doorstep, but the popularity of local MPs may keep them in power in 2015 To find Liberal Democrats in Eastbourne, head for the Nuthouse. This turns out not to be an unkind metaphor but the name of the pub next door to the local partys headquarters. The staff member who gives me directions warns, with weary resignation, that all the obvious jokes have been made. Besides, since joining the coalition, Lib Dems have been called a lot worse than nuts. The partys president, Tim Farron, once affectionately described his colleagues as cockroaches , by which he meant they could survive in parliamentary crevices even when attacked with nuclear ferocity. This resilience is despised by other parties. Theyre like verrucas, is how one Labour MP describes the refusal of her local Lib Dems to go ...
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India and Russia hold major consultation to set up 22 nuclear power projects in India 30.7.2014 ET: Power
Nuclear energy was a key element at Modi-Putin talks. Both countries are discussing to set up Russian assisted 22 nuclear power projects in India.
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Strategic mistakes 29.7.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
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North Korean defector's exhibition of satirical art cancelled in China 29.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Police reportedly blocked visitors from entering the Beijing gallery where works poking fun at Pyongyang propaganda were due to be displayed

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Naval exercises lead up to high-level US-India visits 29.7.2014 Rediff: News
In the lead up to this week Indo-US Strategic Dialogue, for which United States Secretary of State, John Kerry, will be coming to Delhi, the Indo-US defence engagement is even more intense than usual.
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US's Kerry to woo Modi's India, but quick progress unlikely 29.7.2014 CNN-IBN: India
US Secretary of State John Kerry travels to India this week as Washington tries to revitalize ties it sees as a counterbalance to China's rising power, but rapid progress is unlikely, despite the reformist reputation of India's new leader.
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The challenges ahead will not be easy to overcome 29.7.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
India’s relations with the United States of America need to be put back on track. The relationship has lost steam in the recent months with many contentious issues surfacing that remain unaddressed. We have now to see whether, with the change of government in Delhi, a new start can be made.
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Australia nod to Adani’s mining project ahead of Tony visit 29.7.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
With weeks to go before Prime Minister Tony Abbott makes his first visit to India, the Australian government has cleared a long-pending huge coal mining project by Gautam Adani, which could, according to reports, become the largest such venture in ...
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US India look towards reenergising ties 29.7.2014 Hindustan Times: India
India and US are trying to reenergise their relationship driven by closer defence business and energy ties as secretary of state John Kerry accompanied by commerce secretary Penny Pritzke arrivenbspin New Delhinbspon July 30 for strategic dialogue as well as to touch base with the Narendra Modi ...
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Kerry to Hagel US sets the stage for Modi meeting with Obama 28.7.2014 Hindustan Times: India
US secretary of state John Kerry visits India this week as Washington tries to revitalise ties it sees as a counterbalance to Chinas rising power The visit by Kerry and a trip by Chuck Hagel next month follow the resounding election win of ...
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Kerry to woo Modi government, but quick progress unlikely 28.7.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Analysts say say it is only after Modi meets President Barack Obama that the United States may have a more realistic hope for progress on big defence ...
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What's Riding on This Week's India Visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry 28.7.2014 NDTV National
US Secretary of State John Kerry visits India this week as Washington tries to revitalize ties it sees as a counterbalance to China's rising power, but rapid progress is ...
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Yes, Britain can afford to defy Tsar Vladimir Putin 27.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
At last there may be justice for Alexander Litvinenko, but it has taken a downed passenger jet to make us see that Russia does not own Britain The British secret state has finally done the right thing by ordering a public inquiry into the poisoning of the fugitive Russian intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko. Admittedly, in taking on Vladimir Putin, it has done the right thing for the wrong reasons and after exhausting all other options. Still, despite the warnings of the Chicken Lickens in Whitehall and the City, the sky has not fallen. Russia can be defied, it seems, and the world still turns. I thought my jaundiced eyes would never see the day. In 2013, the Foreign Office used every variety of official subterfuge to stop the public and, more disgracefully, Litvinenko's widow discovering the truth about the most sensational political assassination in years. Lured into a London hotel by two Russian agents, who slipped him polonium-210, Litvinenko was the victim of an agonisingly slow death and an ...
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IAEA says it needs extra 1 million euros to monitor Iran nuclear deal extension 25.7.2014 DNA: Mumbai
The UN atomic watchdog said it needs 1 million euros in extra funding to help pay for its monitoring of a four-month extension of an interim nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers. The request was made in a note to member states of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) dated July 24 and seen by Reuters on Friday, six days after the extension of last year's agreement was announced. Iran and the six powers - the United States, France, Germany, Russia, Britain and China - agreed to continue talking after they failed to meet a July 20 deadline for a final accord to end the decade-old dispute over Iran's nuclear programme. The IAEA has a pivotal role in verifying that Iran is complying with the preliminary agreement, under which Tehran halted its most sensitive uranium enrichment in exchange for a limited easing of sanctions that are hurting its economy.  The short-term deal was designed to buy time for talks on a comprehensive agreement on the permissible scope of a nuclear programme which ...
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