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March 24, 2003

Following West Bengal, the Bihar assembly unanimously adopted a resolution against continuing US-led strikes on Iraq.
September 2, 2002

Separatist leader Shabir Shah alleged that hawks in the Union Government had sabotaged a serious effort to resolve the K ...
September 3, 2003

Gujarat Government today gave a clean chit to Coca-Cola and Pepsi, saying it did not find any pesticide residues in the ...
December 18, 2002

Modi, who was elected legislature party leader after getting two thirds majority in the polls, on Wednesday met the Gove ...
December 16, 2002

In an obvious reference to minorities, Gujarat's Chief Minister-designate said his government would "appease" no communi ...
December 14, 2002

After a chaotic year, Gujarat is hoping Sunday's vote count will give it a more stable government.
December 6, 2003

Governor Kailashpati Mishra has invited the BJP Legislative Party leader to form new govt in the state.
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December 18, 2004

HPC-D is an offshoot of the Hmar People's Convention, which came into existence in 1986, as a political party spearheadi ...
February 25, 2003

Indian software services industry wants the government to restore a tax benefit in the annual budget on Friday.
March 13, 2003

Government has no proposal at present to allow seamless roaming for CDMA phones, Rajya Sabha was informed on Thursday.
April 16, 2004

Hutchison Essar won a licence to offer mobile services in the two states, expanding its reach in India's growing market.
December 1, 2003

A US expert has accused the Bush Admn of encouraging outsourcing to India, especially in software sector.
April 8, 2003

Telecom tribunal dismissed government's claim to have privilege over documents between DoT and TRAI, which led to the de ...
November 12, 2002

Microsoft chief Bill Gates will provide $1 mn assistance for the Media Lab Asia project, and $20 mn for the "Shiksha" e- ...
March 11, 2004

The recent flurry of translations is seeing Bengal's literature reach out. Benita Sen follows the trends.
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