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March 22, 2004

A new bird flu outbreak at a South Korean chicken farm has prompted health authorities to impose a new quarantine zone a ...
March 23, 2003

A Russian national, possibly a journalist, was among 50 people killed in the US-led bombing of the southern Iraqi city o ...
August 10, 2003

People's War Group has announced a virtual ban on Coke and Pepsi in Bihar, calling them a health hazard.
August 12, 2004

Formed under the leadership of Areambam Samrendra Singh on November 24, 1964, it is the oldest Meitei insurgent group in ...
March 24, 2003

The US-led invasion of Iraq is 'going well', but it might be weeks before the guns fall silent, a junior British defence ...
April 11, 2003

Britain is beginning to scale back its military deployment in the Gulf by bringing back warships, planes, helicopters an ...
April 16, 2003

Prime Minister Blair must start to distance himself from President Bush if he wants Britain to have a real voice in Euro ...
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November 11, 2002

India's health minister accused Bill Gates of "spreading panic" over AIDS even as he pledged to help the country combat ...
March 31, 2003

America Online unveiled high-speed broadband service key to its turnaround strategy that executives are characterising a ...
October 9, 2003

The three member committee will look into the technology and switches to be used by basic operators offering WLL service ...
October 31, 2003

British Lloyds TSB says it plans to outsource service operations to cut costs & improve competitiveness.
December 9, 2003

Mastek has been awarded the 10-year contract for an initial sum of Rs 212 cr as part of UK's National Health Service's I ...
September 29, 2003

AirTel has increased SMS tariffs for national and international messages to Rs 2 and Rs 5 respectively in Delhi.
April 4, 2003

Britain's BT Group slashed the broadband charges for home users to 13 pounds/month from 14.75 pounds and for small busin ...
March 11, 2004

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