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50 US legislators for anti-outsourcing bill
March 5, 2004
Fifty members of the House of Representatives said they were to introduce a bill to deny US firms
help if they s ...
US inspector admits taking bribes to smuggle Indians
April 24, 2004
airport inspector has pleaded guilty to his role in a scheme to smuggle over 200 Indians illegally into US via ...
US jet shot, pilots captured: Iraq
March 23, 2003
The aircraft's woman pilot and the co-pilot parachuted safely but were captured by Iraqi forces, the official Iranian ne ...
One more arrested in phone tapping case
January 3, 2006
This follows Bhupendra's arrest, the owner of a detective
, who was allegedly tapping Amar Singh's phones.
Bill against outsourcing to come up before US Senate
January 23, 2004
If approved, the Bill will be the first
law that limits outsourcing.In graphics: Outsourcing backlash
Sensitive Oracle sales data seen being released
August 14, 2004
Oracle sales documents detailing highly confidential information are likely to be made public, a
judge said on F ...
Another Nokia mobile phone explodes
October 9, 2003
Nokia said it was
an incident of a Vietnamese woman getting injured after her mobile phone, a Nokia 8210, ...
India rejects US report projecting 25 million AIDS cases
November 11, 2002
India rejected a US intelligence
report which projects that the country will have over 25 mn people living with A ...
Troops on alert after flood warning in Assam
June 14, 2003
troops were put on alert on Friday as the first wave of flash floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains hit Assam, ...
No patches this month: Microsoft
December 10, 2003
While several new flaws have been announced by researchers, Microsoft said that it is still
the issues and ...
Army curtailed Red Cross inspections after it reported abuse
May 19, 2004
US Army officials in Iraq tried to curtail Red Cross' spot inspection of the Abu Ghraib prison after the international a ...
Kazakh investigating Dubai firm linked to n-black market
February 20, 2004
Kazakhstan opened an investigation into n-black market that helped rogue states, exploring suspected ties in the country ...
Malaysia to release details of nuclear investigation
February 20, 2004
Police have finished
a Malaysian company's role in supplying parts to an alleged international nuke traffi ...
FBI chief says agency did not witness abuse of Iraqi prisoners
May 25, 2004
FBI agents who interviewed detainees at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq did not witness any abuse or take part in any mist ...
A year later, Mars rovers still at work
January 5, 2005
A year after landing on Mars, robots Spirit and Opportunity remain in good working shape, although their initial three-m ...
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Scotland independence: Close fight between ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ camps, UK's fate on knife edge
Condoms hottest item at Asian Games
SRK: The greatest businessman can walk away from a deal as it doesn’t feel right
5 reasons why Sonam’s Khoobsurat will not match up to Rekha’s classic
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
After Modi, Xi meeting, China pulls back troops from Ladakh
Assembly polls: Shiv Sena defies ultimatum, offers BJP only 119 seats
Obama nominates Richard Verma as next US ambassador to India
Bill Gates shares Modi vision of affordable toilets for every home
IS group posts video of captive British journalist
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