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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 ...
May 8, 2003

Set a hundred years back in Indian history, this is the story of a handful of farmers in rural India who take on the mig ...
May 27, 2003

The decisive win for Indian forces in the 1971 resulted in the disemberment of Pakistan and liberation of Bangladesh and ...
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May 8, 2006

Hailed as the fastest man in Indian cricket, few mediumpacers had generated as much hype before bowling a ball in first- ...
March 26, 2003

Sourav Ganguly said Australia were not invincible and contended that his team suffered as the 'excited Indian youngsters ...
March 18, 2003

India's cricket crazy public, often the scourge of their players, are an inspiration to coach John Wright.
March 18, 2003

Sourav Ganguly and his Indian lineup will be more surprised than anyone if Kenya continues its fairy-tale run at the Wor ...
May 29, 2003

Indian and Pakistani officials began annual talks on sharing the waters of the Indus river and its tributaries, an offic ...
March 26, 2003

Dozens of Gurkha families in West Bengal are anxiously waiting to hear from their kin who are with British troops fighti ...
February 20, 2003

Reducing excise duties will be good for the auto sector, consumers & the country, writes Maruti MD, Jagdish Khattar. It ...
December 23, 2003

A study shows 23.7 per cent Indian students had firsts compared to 21 per cent white students, writes Nabanita Sircar.
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