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Bollywood stars are lining up at the IPL franchise window. Actor Sanjay Dutt has met IPL boss Lalit Modi in Mumbai to discuss the possibility of bidding for an IPL team.

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Suri, 41, is to take over from Simon Beresford-Wylie on Oct 1. Suri has been with Nokia for 20 years and is currently head of the services business of Nokia Siemens Networks.

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Bangalore: Indian IT firms TCS, Infosys and Wipro are exploring offshoring and back office projects in Belgium worth $6.5 billion from firms like AXA, Dexia Bank, Belgacom, UCB (drug maker) and car insurer Allianz, reports the Economic Times.

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Dutchman Matan Schabracq, who is teaching Mumbai how to enjoy a bagel, pledges his love for the dosa, finds Chandrima Pal.

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Defying the global meltdown, Karnataka earned $17 billion (Rs.74,929 crore) from software exports last fiscal (2008-09) as against Rs.60,800 crore the previous year, registering a 23 percent growth in rupee terms and 21.5 percent in dollar terms.

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India will undertake Mission Mars between 2013 to 2015, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chief G Madhavan Nair said in Panaji on Monday.

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India and Singapore on Tuesday signed a joint action plan which, officials said, would help both countries to attract more tourists.

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Actor Kal Penn has formally started work at the White House, saying he is happy to take a break from Hollywood to serve in President Barack Obama’s administration.

“This is an incredibly historic time; I’m deeply honoured to be here and I hope to serve my country to the best of my ability,” the actor, whose given name is Kalpen Modi, told reporters on a conference call.

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Two India-origin persons –Indra Nooyi and Shantanu Narayen — have been named among the top 25 chief executive officers in the US, who
kept their companies on success path despite challenging economic conditions, according to Forbes magazine.

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four young Indian students from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS Pilani), India, has won the bronze medal in the middleweight Humanoid category at the 2009 RoboGames (http://www.robogames.net/), according to a press release on marketwire.com. The competition was held in San Francisco between June 12 and 14.

The RoboGames are the world’s biggest open robot competition with over 250 teams participating from 28 different countries in 70 different competitive events.

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