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December 12, 2003

Software group iSoft said UK universities are turning out the wrong sort of graduates for software manufacturing.
June 27, 2005

Jyotsna Bapat?s experienced eye looks at what truly happens on ground, writes Benita Sen.
October 6, 2004

Being published has never been easy, for Kalidas or Caxton, but now some au- thors are turning to publish- ing their own ...
February 25, 2004

Hollywood loves beauties who sacrifice looks for art and Charlize Theron looks set to strike gold for her most unglamoro ...
February 15, 2004

New Zealand will be turning to psychology to overcome their fears about South Africa's powerful cricket side, coach John ...
August 16, 2004

From Khushwant Singh to Ranganayakamma, this was the week of questioning entrenched beliefs, writes Vijaya Sharma.
March 11, 2004

Now that everyone is all set for the Indo-Pak ODI series, Kumud Mehta turns to statistics to see who might emerge ...
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May 4, 2004

How does Bal do it every year? Opening with a high-adrenaline sex-o-meter, he sent out a flock of cocky roosters on floo ...
May 12, 2004

SDF chief Pawan Chamling and Nar Bahadur Bhandari represent the two major power blocs in the bi-polar politics of the st ...
May 7, 2004

London, Philadelphia, Bombay, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and more - Yavar Abbas recaps six weeks of travel by air and road.
November 19, 2003

Just as the blind street singer on the streets of this hill and picturesque town, many of the Mizo voters seemed to be l ...
November 29, 2003

It is turning out to be a triangular contest in RK Puram between Congress candidate Barkha Singh, the wife of sitting ML ...
December 31, 2003

Stephen Fleming is casting an eager eye to February's Test tour by South Africa as a chance to redeem the Black Caps' Te ...
January 2, 2004

Thanks to the resumption of the Indo-Pak bus service, Faraz Ahmed (12) along with his parents crossed over to India from ...
January 8, 2004

There are bright new stars on the horizon and most of them can be seen with the naked eye ? in the Indian middle order.
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