Jan 27, 2012

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January 27, 2012

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London Olympics not to drop Dow Chemical sponsorship
Organisers have said there were no plans to drop Dow, despite its connection with the Bhopal gas disaster, as the sponsor of the wrap around the main stadium.

BJP promises grand temple in Ayodhya if voted to power
BJP, which is struggling to regain its pre-eminent position in UP, today revived the Ram temple issue promising construction of a grand temple in Ayodhya if voted to power.

Objectionable content: Twitter says it can censor tweets if legally required
Twitter can now selectively censor tweets on a country-by-country basis. The move comes amid reports of a legal clash between India and global Net giants.


Battered 2-year-old critical, Delhi govt offers support
An abandoned two-year-old baby on Friday continued to be in a critical condition at the AIIMS, where she is being treated for human bites and other injuries.

Man kills wife over guardianship of son
A 25-year-old construction worker was arrested by Selvapuram police for strangling his wife to death when she demanded the return of their two-year-old son.


Rupee hits 2-1/2 month high
At 10:15 am, the rupee was at 49.72/73 to the dollar, after touching 49.65, its highest since November 9, and firmer than 50.09/10 at close on Wednesday.

Canara Bank Q3 net dips by 21% to Rs 875.56 crore
Canara Bank today reported a 21% decline in net profit to Rs 875.56 crore for the third quarter ended Dec 31, on account of rise in bad assets.


Ind vs Aus: India 166/6 at stumps on Day 4, trail by 333 runs
India were lurching towards defeat and a 4-0 series humiliation against Australia after another batting collapse in the fourth Test in Adelaide on Friday.

Nadal still the puzzle Federer can't solve
Federer barely broke sweat in reaching the Australian Open semifinals, producing some of his finest tennis at the age of 30. Then he ran into Nadal - again.


Today's heroines are more beautiful and talented: Zeenat Aman
Veteran actress Zeenat Aman, feels the cinema has evolved technologically and that heroines of today are more beautiful and talented.

Shahid Kapoor raises an eyebrow on 'Bipasha'
Actor Shahid Kapoor, once rumoured to be dating her, says he fails to understand the logic behind having songs named after actors' names.


Google+ opens to teens
Google Inc opened its social- networking site to anyone 13 or older and added features to protect teenagers' safety, helping the company compete with Facebook.

8 things you didn't know your webcam can do
You may have used a webcam for video calls or occasionaly as a mirror to fix up your hair, but there's a lot more you could do with it by installing some free software.

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