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M'rashtra's hands tied despite finding pesticides in Pepsi
August 23, 2003
Govt will fail to
against Pepsi in the absence of specific laws, Maharashtra's food authority said.
Agitationists reject Patil?s offer of talks
August 22, 2004
Manipur Chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh's headache just got bigger with protestors against the Armed Forces Special Pow ...
Powell: Bush will continue aggressive foreign policy
November 9, 2004
US President George W Bush will continue his 'aggressive' foreign policy and will not hesitate to
alone, Powell said ...
Reliance Infocomm ads ruled misleading
October 14, 2003
The Advertising Standards Council has found certain Reliance ads on WLL misleading for not mentioning conditions applica ...
Is Low NAV Cheap?
November 1, 2004
From whichever angle you see, the NAV makes no difference to returns. Mutual fund
have to be judged on their per ...
The Morris Worm
December 6, 2003
Robert Morris was the first person to be prosecuted under the Computer Fraud and Abuse
for releasing the first virus ...
More money for no condoms
December 3, 2003
Mizo CM, ex-CM declare assets, crime records
November 6, 2003
Mizoram Cong chief and former State CM Lal Thanhawla has declared that graft cases punishable under Prevention of Corrup ...
The Man Who Copied
October 18, 2003
Andre loves Silvia but wants to approach her only when he has the
to buy the best and finest for her.
Militants use drug money to buy arms
October 13, 2003
A flourishing narcotics trade along India's border with Myanmar was helping finance scores of rebel armies for running t ...
BJP does a balancing act in first list of 93 names
November 6, 2003
In BJP'S first list of 93 candidates for R'sthan assembly, the party has attempted to strike a balance between stalwarts ...
Drug, prostitution spreading AIDS in West Pacific
December 4, 2003
WHO regional director Shigeru Omi, in a statement marking World Aids Day on Thursday, called on member states "to
German cannibal case reveals gory details
February 2, 2004
of sexual fetishism shows the role of the Internet in nurturing people's darkest fantasies, said the judge of th ...
Indian shrimp exporters to fight US anti-dumping suit
January 7, 2004
Indian seafood exporters have raised
and hired an American lawyer to fight an antidumping suit filed against shrim ...
For Indian Americans there is nothing beyond reach
January 7, 2005
The desire to give back to India is prominent among many Indian Americans. Prof. Mullainathan plans to use the grant mon ...
Movie review: Bang Bang is as mindless as playing air guitar
Blame South Korea, but it is India who let Sarita Devi down
History on our plate: how India started enjoying food
India's self-righteous policies aren't helping the poor
Jharkhand will pose biggest challenge for Modi’s Swachh Bharat
Narendra Modi takes centre stage at Madison Square; bag of goodies for Indian diaspora
Rajdeep Sardesai manhandled outside Madison Sq Garden ahead of Modi address
High court to hear Jaya’s bail plea today
Jayalalithaa stays in jail, protests continue to rage in Tamil Nadu
There's a dust storm brewing on Mars: Mangalyaan sends more pictures
Sarita Devi's Asian Games bronze reinstated after hearing
Gadkari doesn't rule out post-poll pact with Shiv Sena
Modi wields broom, says Clean India mission beyond politics
'Unimaginable consequences' if protests continue in Hong Kong: Chinese daily
Obama security lapses: US secret service chief Julia Pierson quits
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