Jan 28, 2012

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January 28, 2012

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No retirements as India look to put drubbing behind them
Charges of complacency aimed at India are only likely to intensify after they fell to 4-0 series defeat in Australia and an eighth successive loss in overseas Tests.

UP 1st phase poll candidates: 38% criminals, 51% millionaires
Almost all major parties have fielded candidates who have criminal cases registered against them. Out of these 109 have been charged with serious crimes.

India needs more young leaders: Manmohan Singh
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said the country needs more youth leaders to infuse creativity, energy and dynamism in different fields of national endeavour.


Shiv Sena workers attack TOI office in Mumbai
The mob carrying saffron flags burnt copies of the Times Group's Marathi daily, Maharashtra Times, in front of the entrance to the Times building.

Firm executive held for uploading obscene photos of girlfriend
A pharma company executive has been arrested for allegedly taking obscene pictures of his girlfriend and uploading them on a social networking site, police said today.


Facebook may file IPO next week: Report
Facebook may file papers for an initial public offering next week that would value the social network at up to $100 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

Gold up Rs 105 on strong demand, firm global cues
Gold today rose by Rs 105 to Rs 28,410 per 10 grams on increased buying by stockists and jewellers to meet demand for the ongoing marriage season.


Team India denies it but is Dravid's retirement imminent?
After losing the fourth Test by 298 runs, the Indian team management gave a denial on the news of Dravid's imminent retirement with a written statement.

Nadal hungry for revenge over Djokovic
Djokovic can become only the fifth man to win three straight Grand Slam titles in the open era, while Nadal can match Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver with his 11th major win.


Agneepath's special screening for Hrithik's gay fans
The actor who was named a gay icon held a special screening for his gay fans on Thursday evening.

I'm not competing with the original Dabangg: Arbaaz Khan
Actor-filmmaker Arbaaz Khan, says he is attempting to make Dabangg sequel diametrically different from the original.


3G: Know if you really need it
If all you need is basic Internet on your phone, you can get a GPRS/EDGE connection for as low as Rs 99 a month. It will be significantly slower, but keep you connected.

Twitter's censor move with eye on China?
Twitter, a hugely popular social networking site for microblogging, has said that "if required by the law" it can block tweets in a particular country.

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