MTNL’s Bharat On-line ( presents Budget 2001-02

February 24, 2001: Bharat Online, MTNL’s portal site is covering Railway and Union Budget 2001-02 online. The section dedicated to the Budget bring online the proceedings of the Railway and Union Budget scheduled for the 26th and the 28th of February, respectively.
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Cyber Guru

HT City,

Dinesh Best Sites1. – It is American news channel CNN’s official site. I find it to be the most reliable for international news, and timely too.
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Online Car Marts

A & M,

Will a proper car market come to be on the Internet with prices set by real-time demand and supply? Sounds Cool.
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Virtual Bazaar

HT magazine,
From the recreated rusticity of Crafts Museum to handicraft indiamart , our traditional handicrafts arewebsavvy really going places. And if there is anything you have always wanted to know about our tradition of block-printed fabrics, or paper mache, or bone inlays, or anything else that catches your fancy, your search should stop at this information powerhouse.
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An online gateway to the Indian marketplace

The Economic Times,

Dinesh Net AffectWHEN DINESH Agarwal was in the US six years ago, a cousin back in India asked him to get all the information he could on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He tried hard telephoning but got little information. As a sort of last desperate move, he turned to the Internet which was still in the growing stage. And with a click, he had a screenful and more of information his cousin needed! That was perhaps the germ from which Agarwal’s Intermesh Systems was born. Now, at 30, Agarwal runs an Internet company that boasts a sales turnover of Rs 70 lakh a year. “We are targeting Rs 2.5 crores in the current financial year,” he says as a matter-of-factly.
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Its Diwali, virtually

Hindustan Times – HT City,

Got an international credit card? Then all you need to do is log on to websites like and ‘send’ sweets or dry fruits from Haldiram

As cracker sales plummet, Delhities prepare for a low-key but hi-tech celebration

It’s not just nerds celebrating an ‘on-line’ Diwali this year: It’s also the aged grandparents of Indo-US netizens who are being dot-com’d into the new millennium, receiving gifts online from children overseas.

Diwali cards will also be outmoded next year as new software makes it possible to talk and exchange greetings with loved ones across the globe. Suddenly, Diwali is no longer what it used to be: Mithais are unhealthy, crackers are politically incorrect and diyas a fire hazard in crowded by-lanes and gullies. In such a scenario, why not sit back and celebrate Diwali – virtually?
In case you haven’t noticed, Diwali has gone digital. Get on the World Wide Web to send mithais to your family and friends in or around Delhi. Got an international credit card? Then all you need to do is log on to websites like shopping indiamart com and ‘send’ sweets or dry fruits from Haldiram, the Asian food giant, simply by clicking at the right places . So forget that ritual Diwali trip to Tau’s place, and dotcom him some kaju-barfi instead.

But for many, Diwali will be a low-key affair this year. Even the gifts are fewer, complains novelist Khushwant Singh: “Last Diwali, I had received 10-odd bottles of Scotch. This year it’s only three.” Even shops and stores are reporting lower sales this year, particularly when it comes to crackers. Says Maheshwar Dayal Srivastava, owner of Majestic Fire Works, “Cracker sales are down to 20% this year, thanks to the anti-pollution and anti-child labour campaigns. It’s a trend that’s been evident for the last 10 years.”

Quiz wiz Siddharth Basu has been a part of that trend for years and “now that schools have been issued letters by the Delhi CM to say ‘no’ to crackers this Diwali, I think, as parents, we shouldn’t encourage them.”

One parent who won’t is model Simar Duggal: “I have a little child who suffers congestion year after year due to pollution. I think people are realising it and that is why there was less noise last year…

…Which brings us back to our virtual celebrations – why not be cyber savvy and dotcom Diwali?

Now you can send Diwali Mithai anywhere via

The Asian Age,

New Delhi, Nov. 5: Click to cyber sweets. Nostalgia, the ache to be in the midst of festivities and the joy of sending mithai surprises.

Each of these is answered by Intermesh Systems’ new website for Diwali. In collaboration with Haldiram’s, shopping indiamart com gives Indians living abroad an opportunity to send gifts to relatives and friends in Delhi with sugary delights. A brainchild of the marketing head, Intermesh Systems, Mr Manan Sharma, has a variety of Indian sweets, dry-fruits and even silver coins that can be ordered on the Net and sent to near and dear ones anywhere in Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida or Ghaziabad.
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Web Solution Developer: Intermesh Systems

PC World,

Web Developer Super Guide – By Mirza Wahid

Imesh Front PageEvolving rapidly into a web solutions supermarket, InterMESH Systems claim to fame is, one of the largest Indian business service providers on the Internet and a premier online business information exchange in the country.
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Sweet Net Returns

The Economic Times,

IN THESE days of the global Indian, you could be well half-way across the world when your family back home is bursting firecrackers and glowing in the celebrations of Diwali. You wish you could send something more than wishes via mail and would rather not suffer watching you bill rise over a transient telephone call.

Well, now you can actually send something that will further sweeten the evening for them: Haldiram Sweets. Via the internet.
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Zee News,

Zee News Reader: Internet now enables you to send sweets! On a festive occasion, who does not wish to meet ones family and friends? However, due to today’s busy schedule this is not always possible. But now you may send sweets to your family even from a distant location.

Chandrani Roy (Zee News): Dussera has just passed and Diwali is fast approaching. But many a times, we are able to wish our dear ones merely over the phone. Now, a website named shopping indiamart com is available on the Net. Through this site, NRIs can send sweets to their relatives and friends in India.

Amit Gundh ( Our distributor had gone to deliver our first order in Delhi. This order was from some Jasmine Gupta from New Jersey who had ordered sweets for her mother in Delhi. It was actually a great feeling …when she received the pack she had tears in her eyes. Now that’s what keeps us going. The concept will really catch up online.

Chandrani Roy: You simply need to choose a gift pack, make payment online through credit card, and a fresh pack of chosen sweets will be delivered at the doorsteps of your friends or relatives. This way, even from a distant place you can feel close to your dear ones.