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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 Federal
if they s ...
WHO experts visit SARS-hit province
January 9, 2004
Concerned by the second suspected case of SARS, experts from the WHO are in Guangdong province to
authorities in th ...
Sachin lookalike campaigns for Congress
December 7, 2002
Bulbir Singh has been brought to Gujarat from the remote village of Shelon in Punjab to
boost the prospects of Cong ...
12 non-tribals hurt in Aizawl flare-up
May 15, 2004
At least 12 non-tribals were injured in a communal flare-up in Aizawl triggered by the
of a Mizo girl by two susp ...
Bill Gates "spreading panic" over AIDS: Sinha
November 11, 2002
India's health minister accused Bill Gates of "spreading panic" over AIDS even as he pledged to
the country combat ...
Bill Gates promises to help India fight AIDS
November 11, 2002
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates began his visit with a pledge for "a large commitment" to battle AIDS after meeting p ...
US state draws flak for hiring Indian techies
October 16, 2003
Indiana has hired programmers from India to update its computers, inviting much
India invites Japan to outsource business
December 8, 2003
Japan sustain profitability and growth, said plan panel's member NK Singh.
US business body pleads for 195,000 H1-B visa cap
September 19, 2003
US Chamber of Commerce has pleaded that the cap of 195,000 H1-B visas allocated for fiscal 2003 be retained to
Born a bookworm
January 6, 2004
How early is late? How late is early? With books, as with many other virtues in humans, the earlier the start, the easie ...
Confessed cannibal sentenced to 8 1/2 years
February 2, 2004
Court ruled that Armin Meiwes, the computer-expert cannibal had no "base motives" in the crime - sparing him a
Tying the knots of success
January 21, 2004
people repeat positive behaviours through positive reinforcement, says J. P. Maroney
NZ seek Akram's help to counter Akhtar
December 30, 2003
New Zealand cricket has adopted the "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" philosophy, sending an SOS to the great Wasim Akra ...
March 25, 2004
Mandla is a tribal district of Madhya Pradesh. The world's famous Tiger Sanctuary, Kanha National Park located in the di ...
For Renuka, it?s a ?dressing down?
April 19, 2004
Congress candidate Renuka Chowdhary, who is contesting from this Lok Sabha constituency, is in full battle gear and has ...
Factbox : Australian batsman Phillip Hughes' career
2010 summer agitation could have been handled differently: Omar Abdullah
Why you shouldn't worry if you haven't got a flat in DDA draw
Veena Malik on blasphemy charge: I will never offend my religion
Lab-coated Muggles use Harry Potter to study brain
DDA mega housing scheme draw list declared, check results online
World Chess Championship: Carlsen retains title, Anand vows return
Wait over: DDA draw to be finally held today
PM Modi's wife files RTI over her security cover
Bigg Boss 8: Wild card entry Nigaar Khan evicted, says she is glad
The story of Phillip Hughes: A boy from the bush who made it to the top
Modi and Nawaz shake hands, meet briefly as Saarc members seek to salvage summit
Jammu: Jawan, two militants killed after attack on army base
Sanskrit to be 3rd language from classes 6 to 8 in KVs: Centre to SC
IPL spot-fixing: Chennai Super Kings should be disqualified, says SC
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