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April 18, 2003

In a sign the fighting phase is over, strike forces who seized Baghdad will begin handing control to US Army regulars on ...
July 9, 2004

New migrants will have to meet a defined minimum standard of English or take a compulsory course of the language and cit ...
March 31, 2003

America Online unveiled high-speed broadband service key to its turnaround strategy that executives are characterising a ...
January 4, 2006

Assam Co inks MoU with US-based DMS Exploration for acquiring 33.33% working interest in an Australian energy block.
December 27, 2003

Devdas has been nominated in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the British Academy and Bend It Like B ...
May 7, 2003

Ruling out signing of any water treaty with China, the Government informed the Rajya Sabha that it would hold talks with ...
December 24, 2003

Audrey Blankenhagen's book The Curse of Kali is a skewed look at India during the British Raj, writes Nabanita Sircar.
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August 13, 2003

Perhaps the short lived careers of actresses has prompted the likes of flop stars like Kareena to be in a mad rush to si ...
July 30, 2003

Anurag Kashyap?s Paanch had the censors fuming over the abusive language, violence and drug content in the film.
December 8, 2003

News that India and Pakistan may sign SAFTA in January is heartening, says Dr Bhaskar Dasgupta.
December 25, 2003

Home Office is using controversial language tests to deport refugees. But what happens when they get the dialects mixed ...
October 22, 2003

Shoaib Akhtar has lost his appeal against a three-match ban, imposed for using offensive language while playing against ...
April 21, 2004

The BJP has cornered the "space" the Congress party has occupied for decades in India and this is a good sign ahead of p ...
February 27, 2003

The Economic Survey said the civil aviation sector was unlikely to fly out of the current slowdown and attain the projec ...
September 29, 2002

Crooked players backed by prostitutes and sign language have beaten police in the battle against match-fixing.
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