Jan 18, 2012

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January 18, 2012

Top Headlines

Shatrughan Sinha keeps date with 'sister' Zain Zia
Taking time out from the visit of Indian parliamentarians to Pakistan, Sinha went tomeet General Zia's daughter, who regards him as an elder brother.

Rushdie visit: Security advisory to Delhi, Rajasthan police
Advisory issued by the Centre indicates that the author may turn up for the festival on any day during January 21st to 24th.

Think before criticising EC, CEC Quraishi warns Mayawati
CEC Quraishi said Mayawati should think before criticising the EC order to cover her statues & BSP's poll symbols in government parks.

Cities

NRI woman molested on flight, BHEL official held
A senior executive with BHEL has been arrested on charges of molesting a woman passenger on onboard a Bhopal-bound flight.

Ahatas razed, booze business falls flat in Gurgaon
Days after the HUDA demolished illegal open drinking joints in the city, the excise department has expressed its concern about possible loss of revenue due to this.

Business

Many air travellers say yes to 'fat tax'
Heavyweights may disagree with the idea of airlines charging "fat tax", but a survey says that air travellers agree that obese people should pay more to fly.

RIL to surrender SEZ land in Haryana
More than 5 years after inking an agreement with HSIIDC, RIL is all set to return 1383,68 acres of land acquired by it for SEZ in Gurgaon.

Sports

What exactly has gone wrong in Oz?
In their last 10 innings, openers Sehwag and Gambhir have batted for just 51.2 overs together and the best they've managed is a poor 27-run stand in Cape Town.

Wozniacki boosted by McIlroy major tips
World number one Caroline Wozniacki says she has picked up tips on her mental approach to tennis from her golf major-winning boyfriend Rory McIlroy.

Entertainment

It's good to be bad: Priyanka Chopra
Actress Priyanka Chopra prefers characters with grey shades over positive roles. Her role of a femme fatale in " 7 Khoon Maaf" has fetched her a prestigious award.

Politics is totally over for me: Sanjay Dutt
The actor still regrets joining politics and the Samajwadi party, but considers the experience a real eye-opener.

Infotech

SOPA protest: Wikipedia blacks out
Wikipedia will shut down access to its English-language site for 24 hours beginning at midnight Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday.

Apple files another suit against Samsung
Apple Inc filed another suit in Germany, seeking to ban sales of Samsung Electronics Co's smartphones, including the Galaxy S Plus and the S II.

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