Dec 14, 2011

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December 14, 2011

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Petrol prices may go up by 65 paise from Friday
International rates of gasoline, against which domestic prices are benchmarked, have also increased.

Government keeping 782 tax evaders' names secret: Advani
L K Advani was speaking on his adjournment motion in Lok Sabha "regarding the situation arising out of money deposited illegally in foreign banks".

Immigration crackdown: America sends Americans to jail
US citizens have been confined in jails after federal immigration agents, acting on wrong information instructed the police to investigate.


Disco-loving cops colour city crime scene
He faked his rank and uniform, drove in a stolen SUV, frequented discotheques and night clubs and did everything to impress girls.

Common man wants more than politicians promise
While all political parties have switched over to election mode in view of the elections in UP , the common voters are still in a state of doldrum.


Sensex falls 121 points on inflation
After a choppy trade, the BSE benchmark Sensex dipped 121 points amid inflation persisting at a high level and the rupee falling to record low.

China's $300bn fund a warning to US
China's plan for a new $300 billion sovereign wealth fund is as much a warning to Washington as it is a body blow to Brussels.


Test cricket deserves to be protected: Rahul Dravid
Rahul Dravid feels Test cricket should be preserved and said day-night Test matches should be seriously considered by the International Cricket Council.

IOA demands removal of Dow as London Olympics sponsor
Indian Olympic Association's acting president VK Malhotra demanded the company to be removed from being one of the sponsors of the 2012 London Games.


Angelina Jolie's latest film slammed as 'racist'
Angelina Jolie's latest film 'In The Country Of Blood And Honey' has been termed racist by protestors who want it to be banned.

Salman Khan owes me an apology: Shakti Kapoor
There was a time not so long ago his filmi fraternity shunned him after a sting operation on telly wrecked havoc in the still waters of his social life.


Aakash goes on sale for Rs 2500 online
Datawind, the maker of the world's cheapest tablet has put up for sale about 30,000 tablets online at a price of Rs 2500 each.

IIT blacklists US-based mobile games developer
The company has been blacklisted for a year for not following terms and conditions laid down by the placement cell.

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