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Joint Declaration 2003
July 2, 2003
Visiting Prime Minister Atal Bihar Vajpayee and his Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao signed the first-ever Sino-Indian Joi ...
Iraq war takes toll on Bangladesh
March 28, 2003
The US-led war on Iraq has already taken its toll on
in Bangladesh with several buyers from the West Asia either c ...
Europe rolls out red carpet for Indian IT firms
November 2, 2003
missions want Indian firms to open offices in their countries to arrest flight of jobs.
L1 visa: TCS says no hindrance to trade yet
August 7, 2003
TCS said there is no hindrance to business yet due to introduction of a bill proposing to ban L1 visas under which intra ...
Ambani's statement boosts Reliance group shares
November 22, 2004
Reliance group shares recovered in late Monday
after chairman Mukesh Ambani issued a statement on ownership issues ...
April 10, 2004
This is more taxing than the chicken-and-the-egg theory. A new book checks out world?s oldest
Bush unveils Indo-US nuclear, space plan
January 13, 2004
Taking US-India ties to a new high, Bush said both nations will step-up cooperation in non-military nuclear activities a ...
April 27, 2004
Fashion's Queen of oomph has done it again. If fashion be a matter of the
, then Rina Dhaka's opening show at India ...
Poll rivals join sex workers' rally for trade rights
May 1, 2004
In the Calcutta North West constituency all the three party candidates walked the streets in a midnight candle rally dem ...
Pak for free trade with India through SAARC process
December 29, 2003
Pakistan would pursue free
with India through the SAARC process without compromising on its stance on Kashmir, Pak ...
SAARC ministers agree to set up free trade area
January 2, 2004
SAARC foreign ministers have agreed to create a free
area, Foreign Secy Shashank said.
U.N. can inspect alleged n-parts maker: Malaysia PM
February 24, 2004
U.N. nuclear watchdog may inspect a Malaysian firm as part of investigations into Pak's illicit nuclear parts and uraniu ...
Ban child labour, raise wages: Global trade unions
January 16, 2004
More than 300 union activists accused corporations of ignoring workers' rights amid the global push to a free market eco ...
Campaign against global small arms trade launched
January 17, 2004
Former Ireland president Mary Robinson said development and human rights groups had launched an international campaign f ...
WSF seeks to bypass WTO after Cancun talks
January 17, 2004
Anti-globalisation activists on Saturday called for the setting up of alternatives in the developing world to the World ...
The ultimate 2014 Bollywood quiz
200 crore in India in just 9 days
2014: A win-win year for sports fans
You thought 2014 was a good year for Hollywood? 2015 could be even better
Airtel backtracks on plans to charge you extra for VoIP calls -- for now
Black cobra's bite kills white tiger at Indore zoo, snake paralysed
Sony row: N Korea compares Obama to monkey
Viral video: Gujarat cop in uniform dances with bar girl, gets suspended
Bangalore blast: One killed, one injured at Church Street
AirAsia flight QZ8501 with 162 on board goes missing, search ops halted for the day
Indonesia says missing AirAsia plane could be at 'bottom of sea'; relatives angry
PK fire spreads; Hindu radicals cry for ban, vandalise theatres
Dead tell tales: skeletons expose Manipur's dark secrets
Bangalore blast similar to those in Chennai, Pune: sources
Pak court suspends 26/11 mastermind Lakhvi's detention
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