Nov 22, 2011

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November 22, 2011

Top Headlines

Baby girl looks just like Aishwarya, says Amitabh Bachchan
"I feel the baby has entirely gone on Aishwarya. Some family members feel the baby's face bears some resemblance to Abhishek," says Bachchan.

My foster son's Rs 6cr wedding expense not paid by me: Jayalalithaa
Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa told the special court that all the expenses of Rs 6 crore wedding of her foster son T V Sudhakaran's in 1996 was borne by bride's side.

Egyptians swarm to rally against military rule
Egyptians frustrated with military rule battled police in the streets again on Tuesday as the generals scrambled to cope with the cabinet's resignation.

Cities

IAS officer beats himself up with his shoe
Hurt by allegations of bias, a senior IAS officer overseeing a demolition drive, hit himself with his shoe on Sunday night, witnesses said on Monday.

Jilted lover kills girl
A lorry cleaner allegedly killed a woman in Narasaraopet on Sunday for refusing to continue the relationship with him.

Business

Airtel officials sold shares worth Rs4.6cr
Two senior officials of telecom service provider Bharti Airtel have sold shares of the company worth Rs 4.6 crore through open market transactions, the company said on Tuesday.

MPs owe MTNL over Rs 9 crore
Sitting and former MPs from various parties owe a staggering Rs.9 crore to state-run telecom provider MTNL, over and above the free calls they are allowed, a reply to a Right to Information (RTI) query revealed Tuesday.

Sports

Zaheer can't take his place for granted, says Akram
With youngsters such as Umesh Yadav and Varun Aaron making their presence felt, India's pace spearhead Zaheer Khan cannot take his place for granted, feels former Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram.

3rd Test: WI 267/2 at stumps on Day 1
West Indies put up a much-improved batting display and rode on two century partnerships to lay the foundation for a mammoth first innings total in the third and final Test against India on Tuesday.

Entertainment

SC transfers Shilpa Shetty kiss case to Mumbai
Three cases filed in 2007 in Rajasthan and UP against Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty for publicly kissing Hollywood star Richard Gere were Monday transferred by the Supreme Court to a Mumbai court.

Aamir Khan hunts for his dream home
Bollywood's perfectionist has been envisioning his dream bungalow for a long time now. And it seems that apart from Aamir Khan's structural plans, he is keen on being neighbour to Sachin Tendulkar.

Infotech

HP Q4 profit falls 91%
Hewlett-Packard Co will ramp up spending on research, sales and turning around its flagging services arm in 2012, after its fourth-quarter profit fell nearly 91 per cent on weak computer sales.

4 free PC tools you can carry anywhere
We're most at home (no pun intended) when we're working on our personal computers. We know exactly what software we have at hand - well, because we installed it ourselves - and we mostly install only those applications that we need.

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