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Undersea cable breakdown hits Internet-based services
NEW DELHI: The booming Indian information technology sector, mainly business process outsourcing (BPO) firms, and some international long distance and Internet service providers have been affected due to a major underwater cable breakdown in ...
Chidambaram exudes optimism on growth
NEW DELHI: Enthused by the revision of the gross domestic product (GDP) growth figure from 9.4 to 9.6 per cent in 2006-07, the highest in 18 years, a confident Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday pitched for a near 9 per cent expansion ...
Indian IT weathers slowdown
BANGALORE: The Indian information technology-enabled services — much of it centred here in what is being called Silicon City — seems to be weathering the deterioration in Internet connectivity with rest of the world, caused by ...
I don’t like being told what to do: Shah Rukh
New Delhi: Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan has taken another dig at Union Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss for the latter’s quit-smoking-on-screen appeal to him, saying he does not like anyone telling him what to do and what not to. ...
Australia keen to open T20 account against India
India to give ODI specialists some practice ahead of tri-series
Harbhajan issue continues to make news
Melbourne: The Harbhajan case might be closed but the issue continues to make news. Cricket Australia Chief Executive James Sutherland said on Thursday that he was disappointed with ICC’s failure to inform Appeals Commissioner John ...
Belgium signs off with consolation victory
The series has proved to be a good base for assessment of our players: India coach
Cristiano Ronaldo strikes twice
The win over Portsmouth returns Manchester United to the top
Planet Mercury appears in new light
Photographs from NASA probe show volcanic scars and wrinkles from shrinking
Anna varsity directs colleges to stop third year campus interviews
All-India Council for Technical Education wants a ban put in place
Proposal for new city awaits clearance
Chennai: The area south of Vandalur-Kelambakkam Road stretching up to the road connecting Chengalpattu -Tirupporur is to be developed as a new city. The master plan for this area measuring about 500 sq.km, about half the size of the present ...
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