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March 13, 2004

Malaysian PM's son, involved who in the global n-black market scandal broke his silence as he made a public appearance ...
November 5, 2004

Chinese President Hu Jintao will meet newly re-elected US President Bush at an economic forum later this month.
January 12, 2004

China on Monday said a third suspected SARS case had been diagnosed in Guangdong province.
April 1, 2003

China has branded the war as a 'grave humanitarian catastrophe' which has 'added uncertain factors to the stability of t ...
June 27, 2003

Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee on Friday left for home after conclusion of his 'cordial and fruitful' six-day offic ...
November 15, 2003

The multi-billion-rupee forgery scandal has spread its web of deceit far and wide entrapping prominent politicians, incl ...
June 24, 2003

AB Vajpayee, however, clarified on Tuesday that growing Sino-Indian ties were not against any country.
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January 7, 2004

China added about 63 mn new mobile users during 2003, taking the total to some 270 mn people.
August 16, 2004

China's top three listed phone firms are expected to show signs of slowing growth when they report interim results in th ...
August 30, 2004

L&T Infotech, a wholly-owned subsidiary, intends to shortly open a 100 seats IT and software development centre in China ...
August 13, 2004

The world's largest mobile phone maker, Nokia, overtook arch-rival Motorola in sales in key market China in June, JP Mor ...
August 28, 2004

China's top mobile maker, Ningbo Bird, posted 5.1% rise in earnings as cost cutting and an export drive overcame pinched ...
July 3, 2004

India has been gaining market share from established centres such as Ireland, Canada and China.
August 13, 2004

Wipro has incorporated a subsidiary in China and set up a 50-seat development centre in Shanghai to bolster its position ...
December 31, 2003

A double-mode cell phone can switch between GSM and CDMA networks by using two cards.
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