Nov 26, 2011

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November 26, 2011

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28 Pakistani troops killed in NATO attack, outrage in Islamabad
NATO helicopters and fighter jets attacked two military outposts in northwest Pakistan today, killing as many as 28 troops and plunging US-Pak relations into crisis.

Court orders FIR against Kiran Bedi, she says 'not surprised'
The court ordered filing of an FIR against Bedi for allegedly cheating & misappropriating funds in collusion with foreign companies & other foundations.

'Indo-China border talks put off over Dalai Lama row'
The Chinese side is said to have cancelled the talks after India refused to call off the congregation which was to be addressed by the Dalai Lama.


Major fire in Mumbai, no casualties
A major fire gutted three popular shopping complexes in south Mumbai early Saturday, the fire brigade said. There were no casualties.

Man kills self after daughter elopes
Unable to cope with the stigma of elopement of his daughter just a week before her marriage, a man allegedly committed suicide while his wife and son were battling for their lives after the trio consumed poison.


Indians ready to pay Rs 75 for milk
Inflation is all around us. Every visit to the market brings shock at newlyraised prices. So would you then voluntarily pay Rs 75 for a litre of milk when you can get a packet for Rs 25 or a tetrapak for Rs 44?

Hungary agrees to work with EU, IMF
Hungary's right-of-centre government agreed on Friday to mend ties with the EU, the IMF and the country's banks to stabilise the economy after credit agency Moody's cut Budapest's debt rating to "junk" and triggered a steep market selloff.


Yuvraj recovering from non-malignant lung tumour
Yuvraj Singh has a "non-malignant tumour" in his left lung and that is the reason why the flamboyant left-hander opted out of the upcoming ODI series against West Indies.

India-Windies 3rd Test ends in dramatic draw
Spinners Pragyan Ojha and R Ashwin plotted a dramatic West Indies batting collapse as India very nearly pulled off a sensational win before the visitors pegged them back to a nerve-wracking last-ball draw.


Smoking ban in films: is it uncalled for?
Finally, in October, the government issued a notification, ordering all films, as well as TV programmes, to have health warnings at the beginning and in the middle of the film/show.

Bigg Boss 5: Pooja Missra thrown out
The inmates of the Bigg Boss house have been putting up with the foul temper and violent behaviour of Pooja Missra right from the beginning.


iPhone 4S India launch muted
Apple's latest smartphone arrived in India to a quiet reception on Wednesday night, almost a week after local service providers Airtel and Aircel announced its entry price, which is higher than anywhere else in the world.

5 best tools for private browsing
The desire to surf the net anonymously seems counter to the prevailing age of Facebook, Twitter and a comment box and login form on every webpage.

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