Jan 25, 2012

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January 25, 2012

Top Headlines

Salman Rushdie is poor, substandard writer: Juctice Katju
Katju, chairman of Press Council of India, criticised admirers of India-born author based in Britain, saying they suffered from "colonial inferiority complex".

India, Norway reach agreement, uncle to get custody of NRI children
The two children of an NRI couple who were taken away by the Norwegian Childcare Services on grounds of "emotional disconnect" will be handed over to their uncle.

ISRO mum on ex-boss Nair's outburst, scientists dismayed
The ISRO declined to comment on the outburst of its former chairman G Madhavan Nair on the space agency and its current chairman K Radhakrishnan.

Cities

Thousands in Bangalore lose their right to vote
The Election Commission is celebrating the National Voters' Day on Wednesday, asking voters to take a pledge that they will exercise their franchise.

Another girl kidnapped and raped in Mumbai
This is the third instance of a minor girl being kidnapped and raped in the city in the last four days.

Business

Sensex closes above 17k-level after 10 weeks
The BSE benchmark Sensex today gained 81 points to close above 17,000-point level after 10 weeks on positive investor sentiment.

Yahoo Q4 net income down 5% to $296m
Internet major Yahoo Inc has posted 5 per cent drop in net income to USD 296 million in the October-December quarter of 2011 due to decline in advertising revenues.

Sports

Sania-Vesnina out, Paes-Stepanek reach semis
Sania and Vesnina lost both the first and third sets after being in a commanding position, but won the second easily.

Clarke-Ponting break VVS-Dravid record
Michael Clarke and Ricky Ponting continued to set new records with a massive unbroken partnership against India on the second day of final Test in Adelaide.

Entertainment

Aamir Khan to catch cyber chor!
Aamir Khan has hired a specialised US-based foreign cyber agency to investigate." Khan's spokesperson confirms.

Dhanush signs first Hindi film
Aanand L Rai will direct the Kolaveri Di singer in his next film, set against the backdrop of Banaras.

Infotech

Can BlackBerry become smartest phone in India
RIM globally has been under pressure with revenues and profits dropping, but in India, it is quite another story, one that has only begun.

Nokia Lumia 710 smartphone gets a price cut
Nokia's Windows Phone 7-powered Lumia 710 has received a price cut of roughly 20 per cent, making it the cheapest Windows Phone 7.5 handset currently available.

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