margin problem in firefox , internet explorer despite using reset

Hi

I am CSS beginner. I am trying to create a full width layout.
So i have set width to 100% and reset the margin,padding and border to 0 , as has been explained in so many tutorials to have the "reset effect".

BUT despite doing the "reset" i am getting some margin around my text in both the browsers.
I am testing currently in following browsers:
Firefox 14.0.1 and IE 9
OS used is: win 7 (64 bit)

The HTML and CSS code is as follows:

index.html
 

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