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August 23, 2003

Govt will fail to act against Pepsi in the absence of specific laws, Maharashtra's food authority said.
January 3, 2005

India, that itself suffered enormous damage and devastation, is sending 20 tonnes of food and doctors to the Maldives to ...
March 5, 2003

BSNL introduced four offers to its CellOne subscribers called Sunday, Night, family & friends, and corporate offers.
February 24, 2005

The Sikkim Sales Tax (amendment) Bill will pave the way for the imposition of the Value-Added Tax regime in the state.
June 14, 2003

With the spectre of continued dry spell looming large following predictions of a not so-good monsoon, President APJ Abdu ...
December 30, 2002

"We want to check and see first, whether the cloning did take place, and second if it violated any of our laws," the US ...
June 22, 2004

Budget 2001-02 focuses on accelerated reforms in the agricultural sector, besides targetting food economy and rural deve ...
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June 21, 2003

A range of factors like human error, antiquated communication and safety equipment, signalling system, ageing bridges an ...
May 26, 2003

Faced with the grim situation of declining per capita availability of fresh water in the country, CII is organising a na ...
April 30, 2005

Why spend thousands of pounds on a TV programme when you can round up every Auntyji in the British Isles for a just caus ...
April 11, 2004

India's chief selector says his panel is unanimous on the matter but the team management has to decide.
March 24, 2004

Hornbills are vulnerable in north-east India because the tribals there see value in the birds' feather, casques, fat and ...
May 21, 2003

Death of Lok Sabha Speaker GMC Balayogi and senior Cong leader Madhavrao Scindia in plane crashes reinvigorated the age- ...
February 7, 2003

Standing in the balcony (a tiny space that barely accommodates half a team) Sourav Ganguly agonised over team selection. ...
August 15, 2003

Indians are influential, innovative and successful, says British High Commissioner Rob Young.
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