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Orissa chariot festival harming the environment
July 7, 2004
Environmental degradation is affecting the Gods too--after all, where will the Govt get tonnes of wood required for the ...
Curtain comes down on Dimapur winter festival
November 8, 2004
The curtains came down on the first-ever national-level cultural
in the outskirts of this commercial town.
Poll and pop music go together in Mizo campaigns
March 24, 2004
The Mizo way of campaigning is marked by concerts where pop singers perform to pull the crowd.
MS' big guns aim at Apple's online music store
August 31, 2004
Microsoft, hoping to take a bite out of Apple's highly popular online
service, is gearing up to launch its own Web ...
Music labels launch mobile song-swapping technology
October 14, 2003
The technology works on the concept of a restricted P2P network in MMS enabled mobiles like the Nokia 6220.
BSNL comes out with festival offers
October 13, 2003
BSNL has come out with attractive Diwali offers for its cellone (mobile) prepaid customers and leased line Internet (san ...
For IFFI, Goa is still miles away
October 16, 2003
IFFI certainly isn?t moving to Goa next year. Only three preliminary meetings have been held so far but the proposed Goa ...
At five in the afternoon
October 11, 2003
At Five In The Afternoon is the first film to be released in Afghanistan since the demise of the Taliban regime that ban ...
Premieres save the day for IFFI
October 14, 2003
can do without glamour. It is a happy augury that IFFI organisers have begun to make amends by roping in the ...
Poll season boosts liquor sales
November 27, 2003
The Excise Department?s revenue has been increasing ever since campaigning began. The sale is even higher than what is u ...
Pak ready to talk but India must agree, says Kasuri
January 3, 2004
Pakistan wants to dance to the
of peace, but India is not yet a willing partner, Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood ...
Bill Clinton wins unusual new honour -- a Grammy
February 9, 2004
Former US president Bill Clinton has won an unusual new honour to put among his political trophies -- one of
's hig ...
DAVV became centre of excellence for e-management
December 31, 2003
Elections are probably the biggest democratic
a democratic country celebrates and none could remain untouched w ...
Barmy Army out to serenade England to win
December 19, 2003
Make song not war. It is not the motto of most armies but then England's "Barmy Army" of cricket fans prefer
and d ...
Afghans prepare for Eid
January 31, 2004
Despite two suicide attacks, people of Kabul is undeterred as they prepare to celebrate the biggest Muslim
iChallenge: 'Phablet' gets in the way of Apple's new iPad
We are actors, not mannequins: Alia Bhatt defends Sonakshi Sinha
Ben Bradlee, former Washington Post editor who led Watergate coverage dies
High in Pakistan's mountains, women break taboos
It’s Shah Rukh vs Shah Rukh this Diwali
BJP ahead in Maharashtra hung house, may have to woo Shiv Sena
Educated girls don't date guys who don't speak English: Chetan Bhagat
BJP in no hurry, says Sena can join govt without pre-conditions
Owaisi brothers’ party opens account in Maharashtra, wins Byculla seat
Centre fires up growth, deregulates diesel price
Sarita Devi suspended over Asian Games medal protest
Bangalore again: Child sexually abused in school, parents protest
Ice melting? Sena, BJP talk amid suspense over Maharashtra govt
US teens skip school, leave home; FBI says they may have tried to join ISIS
Delhi: Daughter of DPS principal found dead
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