Nov 24, 2011

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November 24, 2011

Top Headlines

Kishanji, top Maoist leader, shot dead: Reports
Top Maoist leader Koteswar Rao alias Kishanji along with four other Maoists were killed on Thursday in an encounter at Burishol village in West Bengal.

Anna Hazare reacts after Pawar assaulted: 'Was it only one slap?'
Anna Hazare's initial reaction to the attack on Sharad Pawar angered Congress party leaders enough to question the activist's Gandhian tag.

Pawar slapped over price rise; parties rally behind him
Sharad Pawar, who has very little security, lost his balance for a moment but regained composure after the assault, moved towards the waiting car.

Cities

Speeding school bus crushes boy
A speeding school bus knocked down a 12-year-old boy, Neeraj, near Haj Bhawan on Hardinge Road here on Wednesday, killing him on the spot.

Man kills self after his wife dies
A man on Thursday committed suicide by jumping into Sabarmati river from Gandhi bridge, a day after his wife died at a local government hospital here, fire officials said.

Business

Sarkozy, Merkel, Monti begin debt talks
The leaders of France, Germany and Italy began emergency talks on Thursday in the shadow of a failed German bond auction which took the debt crisis to the core of the eurozone.

Gold prices may reach $2,000 by March 2012: Report
The leaders of France, Germany and Italy began emergency talks on Thursday in the shadow of a failed German bond auction which took the debt crisis to the core of the eurozone.

Sports

Shastri backs Bhajji for Australia tour
Former India skipper Ravi Shastri has thrown his weight behind out-of-favour Harbhajan Singh, saying the off-spinner should be included in the team for the upcoming tour of Australia as he has the "ability to get under their skin".

3rd Test: Tendulkar 33 short of coveted landmark
Sachin Tendulkar inched closer to his much-awaited 100th international century with an unbeaten 67 as India gave a strong reply to the huge West Indian total of 590 on Day three of the third and final Test on Thursday.

Entertainment

Gauhar Khan lip surgery goes awfully wrong
Model-turned-actress, Gauhar Khan had to cancel the shoot of her reality TV show Khan Sisters, after her lip augmentation surgery goes awfully wrong.

Kareena gets to choose her man for Heroine
Refusing to get 'intimate' with Arunoday Singh in Heroine, the actress urges Madhur Bhandarkar to quickly rope in Randeep Hooda, less than a week before the film goes on floors.

Infotech

Samsung Wave III: The best of Bada
A few weeks earlier when research firm Gartner published its report on the state of smartphone industry, it contained one very interesting piece of information.

Meet Rishad, the next Premji
Rishad Premji, 34, chief strategy officer at Wipro, the $6-billion conglomerate in which his family owns nearly 80% of the stake - and where many think he will succeed his father - insists he is just one among the large number of professionals in the company.

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