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Gates, Buffett China charity meet a success

Sept. 30: After a night of wining and dining 50 of China’s richest people in the name of promoting philanthropy, Mr Warren Buffett and Mr Bill Gates told a horde of journalists on Thursday that the bi

Earth-like planet may harbour life

Sept. 30: It might be a place that only a lichen or pond scum could love, but astronomers said on Wednesday that they had found a very distant planet capable of harbouring water on its surface, thus p

Video hints at executions by Pak Army

Sept. 30: An video showing men in Pakistani military uniforms executing six young men in civilian clothes has heightened concerns about unlawful killings by Pakistani soldiers supported by the United

Generals in Pak push for shake-up of government

Sept. 29: The Pakistani military, angered by the inept handling of the country’s devastating floods and alarmed by a collapse of the economy, is pushing for a shake-up of the elected government, and i

IE lets through tough cookies

San francisco, Sept 20: If you rely on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer’s privacy settings to control cookies on your computer, you may want to rethink that strategy.

Large numbers of Web sites, includ

Russia, Norway resolve boundary dispute

Sept. 16: Russia and Norway resolved a long-running boundary dispute in the Arctic Ocean on Wednesday that may help open a portion of the frozen sea to offshore oil and gas development.

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3-D printing spurs a manufacturing revolution

San Francisco, Sept. 14: Businesses in the South Park district of San Francisco generally sell either Web technology or sandwiches and burritos. Bespoke Innovations plans to sell designer body parts.

TCS learning centre in Kerala soon

Tata Consultancy Services has said it will set up a new learning and development campus in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The new campus will house upto 10,000 professionals and will offer TCS learning c

At Nokia, the shake-up continues

New York, Sept. 14: A shake-up at the top of Nokia continued on Monday after the company said the head of its smartphone business would be leaving.

Nokia, which is the largest maker of mobile phones

MS plugs policy after Russia misuse

Moscow, Sept. 14: Microsoft announced sweeping changes on Monday to ensure that the authorities in Russia and elsewhere do not use crackdowns on software piracy as an excuse to suppress advocacy or o

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

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