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November 11, 2002

Microsoft's Bill Gates arrived in Delhi at the start of his third visit to India. He is due to meet a range of people in ...
November 11, 2002

India's health minister accused Bill Gates of "spreading panic" over AIDS even as he pledged to help the country combat ...
February 25, 2003

Indian software services industry wants the government to restore a tax benefit in the annual budget on Friday.
November 14, 2002

The Microsoft chairman coaxed Indian engineers to use his firm's proprietary software, dismissing threats to Windows fro ...
March 1, 2003

Some Indian telecom companies welcomed a cut in customs duties on capital goods, but others said they wanted more action ...
March 11, 2004

The recent flurry of translations is seeing Bengal's literature reach out. Benita Sen follows the trends.
April 20, 2004

Sourav Ganguly on Rahul Dravid : ?He is a champion at everything. I really admire him.? Such gushing remarks confirm tha ...
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March 16, 2004

Indian captain Sourav Ganguly, who was down with a mild fever yesterday, is expected to play in the second one-day inter ...
March 22, 2004

It has changed signs used to depict "Indian", "Jewish", "Chinese" and "gay" to make it politically correct, reports N ...
March 26, 2004

Bastion of Indian politics' firebrand 'didi', Calcutta South has elected her four times in a row.
March 10, 2004

Drawing from studies conducted by the National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies (NISTDS) on popu ...
April 12, 2004

Pakistan will look to exploit the chink in the Indian batting by putting the visitors in on a seamer friendly track in t ...
September 30, 2002

The controversial documentary film War and Peace bagged the top documentary film award at the Indian Documentary Produce ...
April 21, 2004

MDMK chief Vaiko is looking ahead and not behind. His sights are set towards Fort St. George, the seat of the Tamil Nadu ...
April 15, 2004

At the end of day three, Pakistan were reeling at 49 for 2, still trailing by 327 runs.
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