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India, Canada sign N-pact
Both nations vow to eliminate terror scourge
Toronto, June 28
It was a historic day for India and Canada when both countries signed a nuclear agreement to promote and develop cooperation in civilian nuclear energy to mark the G-20 Summit.

World page: People listen when Indian PM speaks: Obama
Donít allow anti-India acts in Canada, PM tells Harper
Editorial: India-Canada N-deal

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper witness the signing of the civil-nuclear agreement in Toronto Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Canadian counterpart Stephen Harper witness the signing of the civil-nuclear agreement in Toronto on Sunday. ó PTI
The Deal: Countries to cooperate in design, building, maintenance, decommissioning of nuclear reactors, supply of uranium and nuclear waste management

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G20 differ on stimulus exit
Toronto: World leaders were grappling last night to find the best strategy to exit from the global economic stimulus as India and US cautioned against immediate winding up of the government funding while European nations favoured slashing deficit in the next three years.

Business page: PM asks rich nations to resist protectionism

PM says sorry for í84 riots, visits Kanishka Memorial
Toronto, June 28
Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh today apologised on behalf of the entire nation for the tragic incidents of 1984 while addressing Canadian MPs of Punjab origin.

2 more killed in Valley clashes
Srinagar, June 28
In the continuing spate of violence, at least two persons, including a minor, were killed and several others injured in fresh clashes between the agitating residents and CRPF near Sopore town of Baramulla district in north Kashmir today.

J&K page: Chidambaram to visit state on Thursday
Govt gives clean chit to CRPF

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Kasauli, June 28
Tweet-happy former Minister of State for External Affairs and Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor and friend Sunanda Pushkar were seen here yesterday.



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UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi said national security and welfare of people of the border areas had always remained a priority of her government and construction of the Rohtang tunnel was another milestone in that direction. She was laying the foundation stone of the Rs 1,495 crore Rohtang tunnel.

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