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"Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there." - John Wooden, Basketball Coach
Cover Theme
- Fighting For Their Country
- An Indian Martyr In the US Army
- Un-Conventional Choice
- Gates of Freedom Require Vigilance and Sacrifice
- Saving the Whole World
Topic A
- Indian Real Estate
Special Report
- East Comes to West USA
- My Brother’s Big Fat Indian Wedding
Social Service
- Idealistic Dreams With Chutzpa
From The History Books
- They Died For Our Freedom
Travel
- An Odyssey Through A Golden Triangle
Music
- Beyond Boundaries
Sports
- Serving For Game, Set And Match
Face Time
- Kumar Barve
My Turn
- The Quest for Education
Essay
- Bangalore Beans
Front Row
- India Everywhere To Destination India
- Alexander`s Trip To India And Kissing
Departments
- Milestones
- Inside the Numbers
- They Said It
- Letters to Editor
Kaleidoscope
- Her Father`s Eyes
- The Man in Black In Bollywood
- Signs of Unbreakable Sixth Sense!
- A Good Year For Archie!
- The First Time
- Waterborne Skips to Google
Books
- New Releases
- Best Sellers
Sunday August 20, 2017
Front Row:
Inside the Numbers
Vol: 1 Num: 2    Spring 2006
  
$1.3 billion estimated cost of delays to projects due to Amitabh Bachchan’s illness
$1 billion New York retailers lost due to three day transit strike
$113 billion sales of Saudi Arabian Oil, the largest company in the Muslim world
$3.26 billion revenue of Pakistan State Oil, the largest Pak company
$725.8 billion USA’s 2005 trade deficit
$47.4 billion India’s trade deficit in Jan-Sept. 2005
$9.4 billion Pakistan’s 2005 trade deficit
$2.1 billion Sri Lanka’s trade deficit in Jan-Oct 2005
$12.37 trillion the estimated GDP of the USA
$3.68 trillion India’s estimated GDP
$385.2 billion the estimated GDP of Pakistan
$86.7 billion Sri Lanka’s estimated GDP
$21.7 billion remittances to India in 2005
$21.3 billion remittances to China in 2005
$4.3 billion estimated 2005 remittances to Pakistan
2nd Muttiah Muralitharan became second Sri Lankan to play in over 100 test matches
1st Time Sri Lanka played a test macth in Bangladesh in Chittagong in Feb 2005
Source: AP; New York City Mayor’s office; CIA Factbook; RBI; State Bank of Pakistan; Central Bank of Sri Lanka; Dinar Standard; BBC; World Bank
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