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India, Japan to hold energy dialogue, work for Asian security 22.3.2007 India E-News: Asia
India and Japan Thursday invigorated their strategic partnership in the context of a rising Asia and agreed to push for an early bilateral free trade pact, cooperate in maritime security and hold their first energy dialogue that will also include nuclear energy.
Pranab meets Japanese PM in Tokyo 22.3.2007 New Kerala: World News
New Delhi, March 22 : India and Japan Thursday decided to hold the second meeting of their joint task force to push negotiations on a comprehensive economic partnership agreement (CEPA) that will place their burgeoning economic ties on a new plane.
Several issues in N-deal need to be thrashed out: India 22.3.2007 Rediff: News
Kakodkar's comments were part of his opening remarks before a closed door meeting between Bodman and Indian industrialists organised by industry chamber FICCI.
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Pranab meets Japanese PM in Tokyo 22.3.2007 India eNews: Business
India and Japan Thursday decided to hold the second meeting of their joint task force to push negotiations on a comprehensive economic partnership agreement (CEPA) that will place their burgeoning economic ties on a new plane.
President's address at the Presentation of Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding-2005, Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi 22.3.2007 Govt of india: PIB
President's address at the Presentation of Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding-2005, Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi
New Zealand to fight against nuclear smuggling 22.3.2007 New Kerala: World News
Wellington, March 22: New Zealand will work with the US to combat nuclear smuggling as part of an international project against weapons of mass destruction, Prime Minister Helen Clark announced Thursday.
Pakistani military tests missile 22.3.2007 BBC South Asia
Pakistan says it has tested a cruise missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
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Fuel shortage limits U.S. nuke power plans 21.3.2007 New Kerala: World News
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 21: U.S. scientists say dwindling supplies of nuclear power plant fuel might limit the expansion of nuclear energy in many nations.
Power utilities awarded for meritorious performance 21.3.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Power utilities awarded for meritorious performance
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Comprehensive award scheme for meritorious performance to power utilities 21.3.2007 Govt of india: PIB
Comprehensive award scheme for meritorious performance to power utilities
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Nuke deal not a threat to India, says US 21.3.2007 The Navhind Times
Nuke deal not a threat to India, says US
Power working groups with Japan soon 21.3.2007 Financial Express
Power working groups with Japan soon
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N-deal no threat to India: USA 21.3.2007 The Statesman
N-deal no threat to India: USA
Nuke deal not a threat to India, says US 21.3.2007 New Indian Express
Nuke deal not a threat to India, says US
"Indo-U.S. civil nuclear deal a major opportunity" 21.3.2007 Hindu: International
U.S. Energy Secretary Bodman calls for a push forward with necessary next steps
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Nuke deal not a threat to India: US 21.3.2007 Sify News
Ahead of the talks on an agreement to operationalise the Indo-US civil nuclear deal, Washington on Tuesday said the deal should not be viewed as a "threat in any way to New Delhi's sovereignty or its nuclear programme."
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US for pushing forward civil nuclear agreement 20.3.2007 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Mar 20: The US today made a strong case for pushing forward a civil nuclear agreement with India to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and increase use of alternative sources to achieve energy security.
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US official in India to push N-deal 20.3.2007 CNN-IBN: India
US Energy Secretary Samuel W Bodman arrived in Delhi on Tuesday to take the Indo-US nuclear deal forward.
Nuke deal doesn't impinge on India's sovereignty: US 20.3.2007 India E-News: Asia
The India-US civilian nuclear deal would not impinge on this country's sovereignty and would be a pointer for the rest of the world to follow, a senior Bush Administration official contended Tuesday.
Nuke deal doesn't impinge on India's sovereignty: US 20.3.2007 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, March 20: The India-US civilian nuclear deal would not impinge on this country's sovereignty and would be a pointer for the rest of the world to follow, a senior Bush Administration official contended Tuesday.
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