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Byline: Glenn Kessler
NEW DELHI, March 17 -- Secretary of State Colin L. Powell pressed Indian officials on Tuesday to open markets to U.S. firms to help defuse the politically charged issue of the outsourcing of U.S. jobs to India. But Indian officials said they saw no link, and Powell faced tough questions from Indian college students on a lively television program over what one student called U.S. hypocrisy.
To laughs and applause, one student gibed that the United States should outsource the counting of election results in the coming presidential election "because you've got backward stuff." India, the world's largest …