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FOREIGN RELATIONS
Grey areas in nuclear deal will be sorted out: Manmohan
`Nuclear swaraj will be maintained' More

POLICY
Kerala determined to revive sick PSUs: CM
`The Government is in the process of creating essential infrastructure for industrial development of the State.' More

POLITICS
Mamata calls for 2-day Bengal bandh from Dec 21
Follows mysterious killing of an 18-year-old girl in Singur More

INDUSTRIAL POLICY
Bengal plans auto parts SEZ to boost engg exports
More such SEZs including multi-product ones were being planned in Bengal. More






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