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January 1, 2006

Police said the probe into the terrorist attack at the Indian Institute of Science was moving "in the right direction".
August 16, 2004

The southern region accounted for the maximum 58% of the total computer software exports, at Rs 33,475 crore in 2003-04.
December 31, 2005

The re-engineering involves new products, procedures, attracting and retaining good people and strengthening training pr ...
January 5, 2006

Microsoft Global Technical Support Centre announced its trainee programme for 2006 for fresh engineering graduates.
April 28, 2004

I have just stepped out into the real world after 14 years of a protected school environment. The elections will be a bi ...
March 30, 2004

MA in Political Science from Patna University, Laloo Prasad Yadav is a Rajya Sabha member and president of the ruling Ra ...
March 10, 2004

Drawing from studies conducted by the National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies (NISTDS) on popu ...
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June 21, 2003

In the good old days, as the last millenium was coming to a close, the trains moved around without communications. No Si ...
February 22, 2003

NASSCOM has urged Union Govt to retain the full tax exemption under section 10A/10 B of the I-Tax Act to the industry. I ...
June 21, 2003

A statutory probe into the May 15 Ludhiana train fire that claimed 38 lives has not been able to trace its cause pending ...
May 7, 2003

Amidst growing crisis of water, the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) today launched a website to create water li ...
May 8, 2003

This video is dedicated to India's traditional water harvesting systems. The camera wanders through Uttar Pradesh, Rajas ...
July 15, 2003

Delhi-boy Niketan Madhok is the new face in Falguni Pathak's latest video Mera Kajal. The journey to music videos happen ...
August 15, 2003

Rahul Bhat, who quit engineering to become an actor has six films in his kitty today. His gamble has certainly paid off.
December 1, 2003

Software engineers are losing the war against fast-spreading viruses, according to a study of anti-virus programmes.
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