Beijing, January 13
Chinese signals on nuclear cooperation with India are positive. The indications were perceptible during informal talks over dinner between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao. Formal talks between the two leaders scheduled for tomorrow are expected to reinforce the optimism that emerged late this evening.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao in Beijing on Sunday. — PTI
India can sustain world growth: PM Beijing, January
Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh today underscored that “the rise of China and India
should be viewed as an ‘international public good’ by the
global community as it offers new opportunities to sustain
Beijing, January 13
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
today had a feel of China’s preparations for the summer Olympics
here and met an Indian business woman who has been chosen among
the eight foreigners to carry the Olympic torch on Chinese soil in
August next year.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh looks at a replica of the National Olympic Stadium, also known as "Bird's Nest", as Beijing Vice-Mayor Chen Gang (left) explains it in Beijing on Sunday. — Reuters
CAST YOUR VOTE
Are you worried about
waiver by March? Vienna, January 13
Ahead of a key meeting between
India and the IAEA on a safeguards agreement for the implementation of
the Indo-US civil nuclear deal, the 45-member NSG is apparently
optimistic about giving waiver to New Delhi before March to allow
nuclear commerce with it.
in Mumbai, Muslim groups protest Mumbai, January 13
Over 200 political activists
protested author Salman Rushdie’s stay in Mumbai and burnt his effigy
Sunday evening, demanding that he should be asked to leave the city. The
activists, led by Farooq Ghosi, president of the Mumbai unit of the
Samajwadi Party, also raised slogans against the Maharashtra and Central
governments for permitting Rushdie to visit India.
rhetoric mark Maghi mela conferences Muktsar,
to win the next Lok Sabha elections, the
ruling Akalis and the opposition Congress
today resorted to mudslinging and promises in
their rhetoric at annual Maghi mela here.
prevented from giving testimony New
Delhi, January 13
Devi, a witness in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots,
is listed as untraced in police records.
However, the 65-year-old, who lost two sons in
the riots, is very much in Delhi and keen to
give her testimony.
you can mend a broken heart Houston/London,
can mend a broken heart and stop believing in
the popular wisdom that says the opposite, a
research says. Indian origin researcher Dr
Kishore Pasumarthi of Dalhousie Medical School
in Canada, who first found a way to prompt
heart muscle cells to divide in adult heart
muscle tissue, is determined to prove the old
Editor-in-Chief, Publisher & Printer: H.K. Dua Published from The Tribune House, Sector
29-C, Chandigarh, India, 160030
for The Tribune Trust. Phone: (91-172)
2655066. Fax: (91-172)
Copyright : The Tribune Trust, 2006.