Jan 26, 2012

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January 26, 2012

Top Headlines

Mobile phone blackout in Kashmir
Mobile phones across the Kashmir stopped functioning as service providers shut off connectivity as part of the high security drill for the 63rd Republic Day.

Global banks lay off hundreds of employees in India at ruthless pace
Citigroup on Tuesday cut 100 jobs and HSBC will soon show the door to scores of its staff here. BNP Paribas and Royal Bank of Scotland have also laid off staff.

Woman leads IAF contingent first time in R-Day history
Sneha Shekhawat from Sikar in Rajasthan led the IAF contingent at the Republic Day parade becoming the first woman pilot to do so.

Cities

Patna cancer specialist gets Padma Shri
Noted cancer specialist Dr Jitendra Kumar Singh has been awarded Padma Shri for his outstanding contribution to the field of oncology.

Mob thrashes sozzled Singham
A drunk police official stood in the middle of road, brandishing his service revolver, issuing death threats to a group of onlookers.

Business

Britain's debt reaches one trillion pounds
Britain's debt mountain has risen to one trillion pounds (over $1.5 trillion) for the first time, The Sun reported Wednesday.

Rs 1.5 lakh crore hole in govt books
Finance ministry officials say direct tax receipts, which have remained sluggish, may prove to be a sore point.

Sports

4th Test, Day 3: Aus 50/3 at close, lead by 382 runs
Australia were 50/3 in the second innings enjoying an overall lead of 382 to further consolidate their position and push for a 4-0 rout.

Kohli sobers 'drunken' Oz fans with ton
Virat Kohli said his maiden Test century in the fourth test on Thursday was a fitting riposte to "drunken" Australian fans

Entertainment

SRK won't romance Katrina?
Until recently, when zoOm quizzed SRK about acting with Katrina, and he had a shocking revelation.

Kapoor sisters' weightloss tamasha!
Karisma and I are competitive with our diets. She follows it to the T and I don't. Karisma: I've my good days, and I've my bad days.

Infotech

Apple CEO's cash 'problem'
Wall Street is strongly in favor of Apple returning the money to shareholders through buybacks or dividends, even if it is only a one-time deal.

Fear of data misuse? Google's privacy policy raises hackles
The web giant says the new privacy policy will allow it to offer better services, including more relevant search results. But experts fear breach of privacy.

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