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India holds 4/5th share in global financial offshoring
July 3, 2004
India has been gaining market share from established centres such as Ireland,
PNB to expand in UK, HK, Canada
January 2, 2006
Aiming at Rs 2,00,000 cr business this fiscal, PNB is poised for a major global expansion including in countries like UK ...
January 5, 2004
Ujjal Dosanjh is British Columbia's 33rd Premier and also
's first Indo-Canadian Premier.
Canada beats US in broadband use
May 2, 2003
has a higher percentage of broadband Internet users than the US
Canada's Yann Martel wins Booker prize for
Life of Pi
October 23, 2002
Martel's second book, Life of Pi, a spiritual tale of an Indian boy drifting in the Pacific Ocean in a lifeboat w ...
No rift with Sunidhi Chauhan: Adnan Sami
May 3, 2005
His comments followed reports that Sunidhi, who is performing alongside him in the US and
, had returned to Mumbai ...
Vancouver the world's most 'liveable' city: Survey
October 15, 2005
is the world's most pleasant city in which to live, according to a survey of 127 destinations publis ...
Rishi Rich set to take Canada by storm
August 4, 2004
UK?s most highly acclaimed bhangra/hip hop crossover act, The Rishi Rich Project, will premier in Toronto on August 5.
Tikolo stars in Kenya's 7-wicket win over Canada
March 14, 2007
Steve Tikolo struck an unbeaten 72 and took two wickets in the opening Group C match of the World Cup.
We played like a village team, says Canada's Davison
March 15, 2007
captain John Davison likened his team to a village cricket outfit after their World Cup defeat by Keny ...
England look to drain Canada dry
March 18, 2007
England won’t have too much time to dwell on its six-wicket defeat to New Zealand — it’s got to prepare for
'Drink soured Canada win'
March 20, 2007
Vaughan says English players had put themselves under a lot of pressure by having a night out before the match.
A personalised romance novel for V-Day
February 12, 2007
This Valentine's Day, one publisher wants you to be the one doing the romancing.
Toronto's SkyMan from India
October 1, 2005
SkyLink, which is synonymous with international relief operations, belongs to Toronto-based Surjit Babra, writes Gurm ...
Mission: India, Canada
September 20, 2005
With India being projected as a future superpower,
has developed a keen interest in closer ties with it, writes
HT presents: The eternal cry baby, Times of India
5 reasons why Sonam’s Khoobsurat will not match up to Rekha’s classic
Madhya Pradesh: Legislator's 'sari' prank on former BJP MP goes viral
Scots vote on independence, United Kingdom's fate on knife edge
Chinese First Lady charms Delhi students with her singing skills
Deepika Padukone's cleavage post a 'compliment'? Tweeple don't agree
Pak politicians ejected out of plane for delay
Assembly bypolls: BJP jolted in all, except Bengal
So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?
500 migrants feared dead in Malta shipwreck
Modi talks tough with China’s president Xi on border row
Congress takes dig at Modi: Dhokla at the time of troop incursions
Shah asks party workers to make Maharashtra BJP-yukt, ignores Sena
Bill Gates shares Modi vision of affordable toilets for every home
Bungalow row: RLD supporters clash with police
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