Nov 19, 2011

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November 19, 2011

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PM Manmohan Singh to China's Wen Jiabao: Back off on South China Sea
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told Chinese leader Wen Jiabao that Indian interests in South China Sea were purely commercial.

2G scam: CBI registers fresh case, searches offices of Vodafone, Airtel
The CBI carried out searches at the Vodafone office in Mumbai and Airtel office in Gurgaon after registering a case against ex-telecom secretary Shyamal Ghosh.

Sukhram gets five years in jail, assualted outside court
Former telecom minister Sukhram was convicted for taking Rs 3 lakhs as bribe to give a lucrative contract to a private firm in 1996.


Jilted lover creates fake Facebook profile, arrested
Crime branch officials solved the mystery and nabbed a 19-year old youth, victim's former classmate, for creating fake Facebook profiles.

Eunuchs attack railway ticket collectors
Two ticket collectors suffered serious injuries as two eunuchs attacked them in a train near Bangalore.


Sensex ends in red for third consecutive week
Sensex has extended its losing streak for the third straight trading week, losing over 820 points.

Kingfisher Airlines slips to 3rd spot, IndiGo gains
Kingfisher Airlines slipped in market share to the third position in October, from second in September, ceding ground to budget airline IndiGo.


100th ton will fetch Sachin Tendulkar 100 gold coins from MCA
Tendulkar will be showered with 100 gold coins by the Mumbai Cricket Association if he completes his much-awaited 100th international century.

Vinod Kambli's match-fixing claims should be probed by BCCI: Maken
Kambli has created quite a flutter by claiming that something was "amiss" in India's loss in the 1996 World Cup semifinal against Sri Lanka.


Saif injured during Agent Vinod shooting
Saif hurt his arm during the action scene and the unit had to stop the shooting twice as his arm started hurting badly.

SRK and Salman bond again?
<b> Going by the oft-repeated adage, that there are no permanent foes or friends in the industry, it remains to be seen if they patch up.


HCL Tech rejigs hiring strategy
HCL Technologies plans to fundamentally shift the way it hires. It is setting up two training campuses for freshers in Nagpur and Manesar.

Facebook: How it tracks you
FB does not track everybody the same way, as it uses different methods for members who are using their accounts and those who are logged-off.

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