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February 28, 2003

Describing the Union budget 2003-04 as IT friendly, Nasscom expressed happiness over govt's decision to retain the full ...
August 31, 2004

Around 50% of the user organisations in India are spending less than 1% of their annual turnover on IT, said a Nasscom s ...
August 27, 2004

TCS pips Cadence Design Systems, which was best employer last year, followed by Infosys and IBM India, said a Dataquest- ...
April 22, 2004

Karnataka and Orissa CMs are likely to retain power but the AP CM is in trouble, an NDTV poll survey said.
December 1, 2003

19.9% of Chinese people say they have never heard of AIDS or HIV and only 4.7% has ever had an HIV test, according to a ...
October 27, 2003

HT-CSDS survey reveals that largest proportion of city's voters feel that the quality of bus services has improved over ...
October 24, 2003

According to the HT-CSDS survey, 35% of Delhiites consider the drinking water situation as the most important civic issu ...
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October 25, 2003

As per HT-CSDS survey, 46% of Delhiites think the power situation is better now than it was the last time they vo ...
November 28, 2003

Delhi BJP president Madan Lal Khurana could not hide his agitation when a poll survey by the news channel Aaj Tak showed ...
December 11, 2003

Asfandyar Wali Khan, the scion of an illustrious political family of Pakistan, which played a major role in the undivide ...
January 18, 2004

Rahul Bajaj, chairman of Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL) has been a key automobile industry player, both in the controlled and libe ...
March 27, 2004

Centre for Policy Alternatives' recent pre-poll survey may be causing jitters among political parties.
February 9, 2004

The "wardrobe malfunction" that exposed singer Janet Jackson's breast on live television during the Super Bowl halftime ...
April 9, 2004

The BJP rubbished a new survey that is the only one to predict that India's ruling coalition will not win a majority in ...
April 8, 2004

NDA is likely to get between 230 and 265 seats while the Congress and its allies may bag 170 to 200 seats, according to ...
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