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December 18, 2005

Some long distance trains running on Delhi-Amritsar and Delhi-Jammu routes ran behind schedule due to poor visibility.
August 1, 2005

Seven persons were killed following heavy rainfall in Indore district since Sunday inundating low-lying areas in the cit ...
September 25, 2003

India's cellular market is expected to double each year because of low teledensity and rockbottom rates, said a senior o ...
November 7, 2003

The reduced tariffs to UK and US have been extended and tariffs slashed for Southeast Asia.
November 1, 2004

From whichever angle you see, the NAV makes no difference to returns. Mutual fund schemes have to be judged on their per ...
November 25, 2003

Contrary to expectations, Islamabad's official view, over the issue of right of self determination in UN, is one of shoc ...
October 10, 2003

Kareena Kapoor will not be the sole Mumbai movie star on view when the curtain goes up on the IFFI 2003. Urmila, Isha Ko ...
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July 25, 2003

Saibal Chatterjee looks at what lies in store for four low-budget productions releasing in August.
July 21, 2003

If Arjun Khanna has been low profile for a while, this collection was worth waiting for. 'Menswear Only' was the score; ...
July 8, 2003

Heavy rains lashed the city and suburban areas since last night leading to inundation of low lying areas and traffic jam ...
April 20, 2004

An estimated 18 to 20% of the 3.34 crore electorate in Gujarat on Tuesday exercised their franchise for Lok Sabha polls ...
April 15, 2004

The rising mercury level has kept electioneering at a low key in this constituency of Chhattisgarh where there is an acu ...
April 19, 2004

The three states which begin to elect new assemblies tomorrow, are badly short of connectivity, water and electricity, a ...
April 19, 2004

Even as opinion polls predict a Bharatiya Janata Party sweep in Gujarat, the party fears a low level of voting that may ...
October 31, 2002

Scientist Ashok Khosla bagged the prestigious $200,000 UNEP Sasakawa prize for introducing low-cost eco-friendly technol ...
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