Jan 20, 2012

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January 20, 2012

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TOI film critic Nikhat Kazmi passes away
Film critic Nikhat Kazmi lost a bitter battle with cancer this morning. Narayani Ganesh, her longtime colleague and Editor of The Speaking Tree pays her a tribute.

Vodafone wins Rs 11,000 crore tax case in Supreme Court
SC set aside the HC verdict, holding that tax authorities do not have jurisdiction on an overseas transaction in connection with the Vodafone-Hutchison deal.

Salman Rushdie not to attend Jaipur Literature Festival
Salman Rushdie has got intelligence reports from Mumbai and Rajasthan police that assassins might attack him during his India visit.


Lawyer held for molesting air-hostess
A lawyer, Chandan Shrivastav, has been arrested for allegedly molesting and cheating an air-hostess who had consulted him to fight a case against an airline.

Film on Anna's stir wins top honours
'Ha Bharat Mazha' won the Sant Tukaram Best Marathi Film award at the closing ceremony of the 10th Pune International Film Festival on Thursday.


Gold loses Rs 100 on global cues, silver up Rs 50
Traders said sustained selling by stockists due to subdued demand in global markets led to the decline in gold prices.

Microsoft Q2 net income $6.62bn
Software major Microsoft Corp has reported a negligible decline in net income to USD 6.62 billion for the October-December quarter of 2011.


'I feel ashamed by India's performance'
"As a cricketer, I feel ashamed by the Indian team's performance. They are not playing well and have gone wrong in every aspect of the game," said Kapil Dev.

Sachin, Zaheer only Indians in top 10
Tendulkar remained static at 9th in the batting list, while Zaheer occupies the same position in the bowling charts in the latest ICC Test rankings.


I was almost forced to do Agneepath: Hrithik
I didn't want to do a remake. I wanted to do films that have not been done before. But KJo was insistent. I was almost forced into the film.

I'm not Pooja Bhatt's spokesperson: Mahesh Bhatt
Mahesh Bhatt has delicately and subtly shifted the perception of Bollywood, making it bolder in terms of the emotions portrayed on the big screen.


Yahoo goes to Delhi HC, notice to Delhi Police
The Delhi HC sought response from city police on Yahoo India's plea challenging the summons issued by a magistrate for 'hosting objectionable content'.

Apple rolls out digital textbook service iBooks 2
Apple Inc unveiled a new digital textbook service called iBooks 2 on Thursday, aiming to revitalize the US education market.

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