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While scientists try to come to grips with new evidence from 800,000 years-old Antartica ice cores that shows atmospheric carbon dioxide at unprecedented levels, a…
NASA has been forced to impose yet another delay on the launch of the space shuttle Atlantis due to a fault discovered with a liquid…
The IT&T sector has rallied together to raise an awe-inspiring  $360,000 for the IT Fund for Kids 2006 ‘Putting IT Back’ campaign, more than doubling…
NXP Semiconductors, formerly Philips Semiconductors, plans to invest 250 million euros over the next five years in its India operations. This will be channeled into…
Tuesday, 05 September 2006 13:06

Biggest blog event in India on Sep 9-10

An un-conference of sorts is taking over Chennai this week-end. BlogCamp.in will be hosting what it claims to be “the biggest and most comprehensive blog…
Sunday, 03 September 2006 20:49

Kerala's open source dampener to Microsoft fire

Contrary to reports surfacing in the media that the southern state of Kerala in India is kicking out Microsoft, the real picture is slightly different
An eBay of teaching is being created and a new channel of outsourcing – the educational services outsourcing (ESO) – is set to ring in…
E-ticketing will soon be passé. M-ticketing is going to be the rage. M-ticketing (tickets on the mobile) is one of the applications that Moveo, the…
Indian carrier Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd (VSNL) is investing $600 million to lay submarine cables, one between India and Europe and another linking Singapore, Hong…
Sunday, 27 August 2006 15:02

India likely to get 25% more H1B visas

There’s some news to cheer up Indian IT firms. Newly appointed minister of consular affairs at the US Embassy in New Delhi, Peter Kaestner, announced…




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