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India a great batting team: Aussie daily
\"India is a team of stellar batsmen carrying the expectations of an emerging nation of 1.2 billion people who feel their time has come.\"
Mumbai to Delhi in 8 hours by 200-kmph Rajdhani
A delegation of top Japanese economists conducted a survey of the Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani corridor recently, to check the feasibility of a project aimed at enhancing the speed of trains to about 200
IIT results 2011: The toppers, why and how they cracked IIT examinations
Prudhvitej Immadi is an unusual IIT topper. He didnt spend long hours devouring books and making personal sacrifices to get the top score.
US lawmakers tell Obama, dump Pakistan and go with India
Two American lawmakers called for strengthening ties with India even as a White House report gave a harshly critical assessment of Islamabad\'s effort to defeat extremism.
How bin Laden lived with three wives, 17 kids under one roof in Abbottabad
Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden\'s rosy portrayal of being married to jihad was sorely tested as he lived with three wives and 17 children during his last days.
Viswanathan Anand: A victim of his own hubris?
It seems apparent that Anand should have taken more of an initiative at the very outset of his world championship match with Magnus Carlsen in Chennai.
Harbhajan Singh slaps notice on Vijay Mallya's UB Spirits
Harbhajan Singh and MS Dhoni, close friends and till recently \'bleeding blue\' together, find themselves at crossroads in a legal tangle.
The $10 bn jet fighter deal: IAF went by the rule book
India had April 27 asked European consortium EADS Cassidian and French Dassault to continue in the race for 126 MMRCA contract.
America shows off warship that buried bin Laden
A group of journalists were invited to tour and talk to sailors aboard the 97,000-ton Carl Vinson, which anchored off Manila along with three other warships on Sunday at the start of a four-day
Surrender of Indian passport for PIOs made mandatory
Persons of Indian origin (PIOs) will now have to formally renounce their citizenship and surrender their Indian passport after acquiring foreign citizenship.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni: From a 'ticket collector' to Team India World Cup winning caption
Sourav Ganguly was Team India captain then.Those days, Mahendra Singh Dhoni worked as a railway ticket collector in Kharagpur.
Cognizant doles out bonuses of up to 200% to employees
Employees did expect a good bonus payout as the company beat analysts? expectations to post a 43% rise in fourth quarter net profit.
Endhiran stolen from my novel: Tamil novelist
A Tamil novelist on Monday met city police commissioner T Rajendran and lodged a complaint against the director and producer of Rajinikanth-starred ?Endhiran? , saying that they had stolen the story
India Pakistan semi final: Traffic jam over Mohali as honchos fly in on pvt jets
At last count, 96 aircraft would be flying in India\'s who\'s who for the high-voltage semis. Of these, just 20 would be commercial aircraft.
Honda, Maruti, Hyundai offer discounts & freebies to spur car sales
Carmakers are offering the best discounts & freebies in two years on almost all vehicles to woo customers back to showrooms.
'India has exam system, not education system'
In the thick of the entrance exam season, a furious dispatch to the Prime Minister from his own scientific adviser has termed such tests as one big menace.
Italy unveils treasure 'worth more than British crown jewels'
Riches from a Neapolitan treasure trove said to be worth more than the British crown jewels are going on show in Rome in an unprecedented exhibition of emeralds and diamonds once owned by popes and
Olympics: India rage over 'cheated' fighters
India light-welterweight Manoj Kumar claimed scoring at the Olympic boxing tournament is \"cheating\" boxers like himself after his points defeat to Great Britain\'s Thomas Stalker.
China to have upper hand in space, India lags behind: G Madhavan Nair, ex-ISRO chief
\"I think if somebody says that we can race with China and catch up with them.....at the moment....we have lost the game very badly,\" Nair said.
How affluent Indians are spending upto Rs 1 crore on a kitchen!
Rich Indians loosen purse strings to transform their kitchen to a social area for entertaining guests, starting a march of furniture & appliance MNCs.
Maharashtra rice farmer's inventions put him in Forbes' list
A rice farmer from Nanded village in Maharashtra became celebrity as the \'Forbes\' magazine named him in the Most Powerful Rural Indians list.
TCS to add 20,000 persons in H2 2010-11
Tata Consultancy Services said it expects to add 20,000 people in the second half of FY\'11, taking its total hiring during this fiscal to over 50,000 persons.
LIC's new premium crosses Rs 50,000 crore during Apr-Oct
The new premiums of country\'s largest insurer LIC has breached the Rs 50,000-crore mark during April-October period this year, an increase of 66 per cent from the corresponding period last fiscal.
Threat of job loss: IT executives re-skill themselves in newer technologies
Nasscom says the software industry, which employs over 3 million professionals, will see a 17% decline in annual hiring.
Dawood Ibrahim's son, Moin to wed in Pakistan, don may skip it
Dawood may not attend the nikah ceremony personally and may opt for video conferencing to bless his son and daughter-in-law .
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