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October 14, 2004

Chief Minister DD Lapang told reporters in Shillong that he would sit with the 15 parliamentary secretaries later in the ...
August 12, 2004

Govts all over the world are rapidly going the private sector way in outsourcing key HR and other functions to save cost ...
December 31, 2004

Voices against outsourcing died down as clients returned to the Indian IT vendors and two firms joined the billion dolla ...
December 1, 2003

A US expert has accused the Bush Admn of encouraging outsourcing to India, especially in software sector.
November 25, 2003

TRAI postponed implementation of IUC as some operators have sought clarification on various issues.
November 27, 2003

Chirman Pradeep Baijal said TRAI will come out with a resolution on the issue of change in phone numbering scheme in 15 ...
November 7, 2003

The reduced tariffs to UK and US have been extended and tariffs slashed for Southeast Asia.
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October 20, 2003

India's plan to allow foreign airlines to enter without bilateral agreement with national carriers is great, writes D ...
November 22, 2003

Punjab unit of BJP has accused Chief Minister of misusing the state government aircraft and shrines while campaigning fo ...
November 21, 2003

Seven players who have never represented New Zealand in one-day play have been named in the 15-man squad to play five ma ...
November 18, 2003

The Congress manifesto promised metro rail for Jaipur city and to declare IT as priority sector. The manifesto however, ...
October 12, 2003

IN AN early morning crackdown on Saturday, the Uttar Pradesh police arrested over 1,000 Shiv Sena activists who were pla ...
December 16, 2003

JPC is continuing with its hearings even as it has sought extension till the beginning of Parliament's Budget session fo ...
January 3, 2004

Major US colleges today announced their tuition fees for 2004, and across the board there is a hike of 15%; which is cer ...
January 23, 2004

Each Indian player was fined 15 per cent of his match fee, with Ganguly receiving a 30 per cent fine.
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