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Sure, in view of the diminshing reserves of fossil fuel, it is time for Govts of all countries to look for the alternatives, which include chiefly the... more

Answered by thampy chacko, 14 Jun '10 03:52 pm

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Articals on Indira Gandhi

17 Apr '07 10:26 am , 1 answers

Indira Gandhi (1917-1984)Indira Gandhi was not related to Mahatma Gandhi, India's beloved father. Yet she had political blood aplenty - she was the on... more

Answered by rathindranath datta, 17 Apr '07 10:41 am

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As shikha said, politics is the key to terrorrism.Global terrorism is nothing but tactics to overpower. The pawns are no unknown people, but the peopl... more

Answered by zaki ahmed, 07 May '10 01:31 pm

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Pakistan is virtually living on doles given by the Americans. Such a country cannot be threat to India which is much more powerful economically and mi... more

Answered by Sankar Mitra, 13 Jul '07 06:02 pm

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If everything could be so simple as we understand, the world would have been a better place. That is the tragedy of it. The goe-political diktas are s... more

Answered by Omega, 14 Feb '10 07:20 pm

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Sai Ram. Yes, thanks to the Indo-US Nuclear Treaty, supply of uranium is now assured. The capital cost of a nuclear power station is now more or less ... more

Answered by Venkateswaraswamy Swarna, 27 Jun '09 07:42 am

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It is changing world and today the big powers need India - particularly in the context with China. It was not so in earlier days when we were in the R... more

Answered by Sankar Mitra, 31 Jan '09 07:33 pm

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What do you think about Obama's policy on Kashmir?

Asked by anubhav bhargava, 16 Nov '08 12:00 pm , 1 answers

India and Pakistan are now nuclear powers and capable of producing military hardware. If pace in adoptiation of latest technology remains on existing... more

Answered by freoz k, 17 Jan '09 06:09 pm

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Since Pak and US are allies in war against terror and so many foreign nationals are also killed in Mumbai attack, I think India prefers to present the... more

Answered by Jayakrishnan, 05 Dec '08 12:58 am

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Yes any war between two nuclear powers could result into misery for both the poor countries! Moreover the neighbouring countries like china are always... more

Answered by vanita desai, 04 Dec '08 05:19 pm

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