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India and US seal nuclear deal
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India and the US announce a breakthrough on a deal for supplying civilian nuclear technology, on the first day of President Barack Obama's visit.
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The US space agency's mission to Pluto is about to take its first pictures of the mysterious icy world.
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Nasa's mission to Pluto gets under way in earnest as the New Horizons probe starts taking the pictures needed for July's close fly-by.
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Irish airline Aer Lingus is set to approve a takeover bid by British Airways owner IAG, the BBC understands.
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Ukraine's new finance minister Natalie Jaresko says a proposed bailout package from the International Monetary Fund will be "sufficient to rebuild credibility" in the country's economy.
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A leading pensions expert says the government's new pension advice service will not be properly staffed by the launch date of 6 April.
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A top official at the European Central Bank warns that unemployment and low growth are undermining the European Union.
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RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch gets under way with thousands of people expected to record bird sightings in their gardens.
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The president of a US investment bank says Britain should stay in the EU to ensure London remains a "great financial capital of the world".
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SkyMall, the catalogue found on most US airlines and popular for selling quirky products like garden gnomes and "orbit wheels", has filed for bankruptcy.
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In the next few days the authorities in the United States will decide whether to put killer whales on the list of endangered species.
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Eradicating rats from South Georgia to reclaim it for its seabirds
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A conservation team in the final phase of a mission to eradicate rats from South Georgia sets sail from the Falkland Islands.
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The young entrepreneur tackling the 'skills gap'
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Can things get any worse for beleaguered savers?
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Danish currency trading specialist said it could afford to absorb losses if customers failed to meet their obligations
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Rangers and Mike Ashley agree that Ibrox Stadium will now not be used as security over any further loans.
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Investors respond to Mario Draghi's plan to revive flagging eurozone economies by selling the euro, pushing sterling to a seven-year high.
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The influential 172-year-old publication sells 1.6m print copies a week
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Charting Winston Churchill's passion for research
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The amount of tax paid by some technology firms is "very small" relative to their returns, the governor of the Bank of England says.
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The governor of the Bank of England welcomes the European Central Bank's decision to roll-out a €1.1 trillion (£834bn) stimulus package.
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Founder of Yarona FM, Percy Raditladi, talks about the rise of the radio station and its plans for the future.
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With 20 privately-owned television stations and over 370 radio stations, Kenya's media industry is vibrant but not necessarily lucrative.
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BBC economics correspondent, Andrew Walker, with his assessment of what a new ruler in Saudi Arabia will mean for oil policy.
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