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United States nuclear weapons chief dismissed for security breaches 5.1.2007 New Kerala: World News
WASHINGTON, Jan 5: US Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman announced the dismissal of the head of the US nuclear weapons programme after a series of security breaches and management problems.
Watch Tower: 114th element to reveal more  4.1.2007 Central Chronicle
Watch Tower: 114th element to reveal more 
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Advani sees hope in talks with Pakistan 4.1.2007 New Indian Express
Advani sees hope in talks with Pakistan
India have to maintain autonomy on nuclear R&D, says Kakodkar 4.1.2007 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Chidambaram (TN), Jan 4 : Expressing concern that the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal impinges on India's research and development (R&D) in this area, Department of Atomic Energy Secretary Anil Kakodkar on Thursday asserted that the country would maintain its autonomy on R&D.
Advanced nuclear reactor build to start this year 4.1.2007 Business Standard
Advanced nuclear reactor build to start this year
The truth about celebrity health claims 3.1.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
A new leaflet aimed at famous people debunks unscientific comments.
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Find alternative sources of energy supply, PM to scientists 3.1.2007 Rediff: News
Dr Singh also wanted the management of water resources to be addressed, saying it was the "most important challenge facing mankind."
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Manmohan Singh's leadership call in 2007 3.1.2007 Hindu: Opinion
Only by clearly enunciating what is right, what is desirable, and what is morally preferable can the Prime Minister beat back the critics and the detractors.
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PM concerned over declining standards of research 3.1.2007 New Kerala: India News
<IMG src="http://www.newkerala.net/april/images/t/manmohan-singh-3.jpg" align=left>Durga Nandini and Sagar Kulkarni, Chidambaram (TN), Jan 3: Expressing concern over declining standards of research, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today sought efforts to tap the "vast pool of knowledge" among Indian scientific community and announced the government's intent to raise expenditure on science and technology to two per cent of GDP in the next five years.
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'DEVELOPING WORLD CANNOT ACCEPT A FREEZE IN GLOBAL INEQUITY' : PM 3.1.2007 Govt of india: PIB
'DEVELOPING WORLD CANNOT ACCEPT A FREEZE IN GLOBAL INEQUITY' : PM
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Writer push to N-Plant protest 3.1.2007 The Statesman
Writer push to N-Plant protest
'Look for alternative energy sources' 3.1.2007 Hindustan Times
'Look for alternative energy sources'
'Planet Earth' to be theme of Indian Science Congress 3.1.2007 New Kerala: India News
Chidambaram, Jan 2: The 94th Indian Science Congress, which has "Planet Farth" as its focal theme, would also showcase the latest developments in science and technology through an exhibition called "Pride of India".
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Planet Earth to focal theme at Congress 3.1.2007 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Chidambaram, Jan 2: The 94th Indian Science Congress, which has "Planet Farth" as its focal theme, would also showcase the latest developments in science and technology through an exhibition called "Pride of India".
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Be wary of banking on 123 Agreement 3.1.2007 HBL: Opinion
otaries of the Henry J. Hyde US-India Peaceful Atomic Energy Cooperation Act of 2006 passed by both Houses of the US Congress a few weeks ago, have been claiming that there is no need to worry about the ...
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PM's speech at 94th Indian Science Congress 3.1.2007 New Kerala: India News
Chidambaram (Tamil Nadu), Jan 3: Following is the text of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's speech at the 94th Indian Science Congress at the Annamaal University in this temple town:
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PM's speech at 94th Indian Science Congress 3.1.2007 India E-News: Asia
Following is the text of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh&#039;s speech at the 94th Indian Science Congress at the Annamaal University in this temple town:
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Greetings and nuke list from Pak 2.1.2007 Telegraph: Nation
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf exchanged New Year greetings today while their countries swapped lists of each other's key civilian and nuclear installations that are not to be attacked during a possible conflict.
2 of world's oldest N-plants shut down 1.1.2007 The Statesman
2 of world's oldest N-plants shut down
Nuke power cheaper than coal, claims Oz Industry Minister 1.1.2007 New Kerala: World News
Melbourne, Jan 1: Australians risk higher electricity prices if the country fails to embrace nuclear power and relies only on low-emission coal technology, Australia's Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane has said.
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