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Ottawa Business Journal - Home Page (431 words)
BCE Inc.'s earnings plunged 48 per cent in its first quarter, as the parent of the country's largest telephone company posted flat revenues following its third-quarter sale of its Ottawa-based Telesat business.
BCE said Bell's operating revenue growth was the strongest it had seen in more than two years, spurred by gains in its wireless, video, data and equipment and other revnues.
Nonetheless, BCE was positive about its wireline division's performance during the period as operating revenues showed a gain for the first quarter in more than two years, although the increase was only 0.1 per cent to $2.6 billion.
Indo-Scythians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1808 words)
Around 175 BCE, the Yuezhi tribes (probable related to the Tocharians) who lived in modern day Gansu, were defeated by the Xiongnu (Huns) tribes, and had to migrate towards the West into the Ili river area.
Sometime after 155 BCE, the Yuezhi were again defeated by an alliance of the Wusun and the Xiongnu, and were forced to move south, again displacing the Scythians, who migrated south towards Bactria, and south-west towards Parthia and Afghanistan.
The presence of the Scythians in north-western India during the 1st century BCE was contemporary with that of the Indo-Greek Kingdoms there, and it seems they initially recognized the power of the local Greek rulers.
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