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December 18, 2005

The ruling Left Front in Tripura secured absolute majority in all the 12 Nagar Panchayats.
August 14, 2004

Oracle sales documents detailing highly confidential information are likely to be made public, a federal judge said on F ...
August 26, 2004

With overseas clients getting edgy about data security, Indian IT firms are now likely to be audited by an independent b ...
October 7, 2003

Reliance Infocomm now wants to woo more users with multimedia services such as video downloads and Web surfing.
November 28, 2003

Jan de Wit, aged 20, of the Netherlands, was charged with spreading data into a computer network, with the intention of ...
November 28, 2003

Residents here complain of broken roads, congestion and poor civic conditions. "The contestants are so busy fighting eac ...
April 19, 2004

The three states which begin to elect new assemblies tomorrow, are badly short of connectivity, water and electricity, a ...
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April 10, 2004

Nearly 2000 residents of Muthiya village in Naroda under Kapadvanj LS seat have threatened to boycott polls following al ...
November 7, 2003

In the second part of the report on people?s perception of govt agencies, we deal with the Delhi Police, the DDA and Del ...
October 24, 2003

According to the HT-CSDS survey, 35% of Delhiites consider the drinking water situation as the most important civic issu ...
December 15, 2003

A CD-R is a blank CD on which you can record, but not erase and re-write. A CD-RW is a little more expensive, but data o ...
July 9, 2003

Yes. You may find that older version licences may no longer be available either, forcing you to upgrade hardware if need ...
July 9, 2003

Take a computer with its given speed, stated in MegaHertz or GigaHertz. When the data inside it zips along in 16-lanes o ...
July 9, 2003

Photoshop requires huge amounts of RAM, and when it discovers it has used up all the memory, it creates a clever 'swap' ...
September 22, 2003

No, the lens does not wear out. Opting for a CD-ROM is a matter of personal preference and budget. However, given that t ...
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