Dec 19, 2011

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December 19, 2011

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Parliament ruckus over Bhagvad Gita facing ban in Russia
Parliamentarians across the political spectrum asked the government to ensure that the religious rights of Hindus in Russia are protected.

Bangalore's 2005 IISc terror attack: Six get life imprisonment
The terrorists had opened fire at delegates emerging out of a conference at the IISc on December 28, 2005, killing a retired professor of IIT-Delhi.

Jayalalithaa sacks close aide Sasikala, 13 others
The Jayalalithaa-Sasikala friendship has been a talking point in TN political circles as the latter is seen with Jaya at most of her private and public appearances.


Fake notes: Can't 'bank' on banks
Getting forged notes from ATM counters has now become a regular affair in the city. Mithya Singh, a college student got a fake Rs 500 note from her neighborhood ATM.

B'lore weather keeps residents smiling
Mild and salubrious, with the sun just warm, the weather set the mood for energetic shoppers to hit the malls, and idling young crowds to sip coffee cream.


'Khaitans paid 700cr for Loop stake'
IP Khaitan Group said it has certified bank documents showing Rs 700 crore investments to pick up 98% stake in Loop Telecom.

Sensex closes 112 points down
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex fell to nearly two-and-half year low today, down 112 points, on persisting concerns over slowdown in growth.


I don't see any competition with Rohit, says Kohli
Promising middle-order batsman Virat Kohli doesn't see any competition with compatriot Rohit Sharma on the ongoing Australian tour or in near future.

India eye maiden series win in Australia
The average Indian fan will be viewing the series with a sense of apprehension, wondering if the team are good enough to conquer the final frontier.


Action is my forte: Sanjay Dutt
Sanjay Dutt gets talking about friendships in B-Town, his role in 'Agneepath' and his political career.

Veena Malik is hiding in mumbai!
The actress was supposed to be in Hyderabad on Sunday, but the CBI did not allow her to leave Mumbai, reveals designer Riyaz Gangji.


Govt to Defence personnel: Avoid Facebook
Social networking sites such as Facebook have emerged as the new "honey trap" set by enemy spies.

Now, own an iPhone for Rs 3,000
We are talking about the new schemes that are being launched by telecom firms to push up smartphone usage.

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