Feb 18, 2012

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February 18, 2012

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ISI employed architect for Osama bin Laden compound: Report
An architect regularly employed by the ISI worked on the compound in which Osama bin Laden sheltered for years in Abbottabad, a media report said.

UP polls: Will Rahul Gandhi's charisma fetch women's votes?
Rallies and roadshows of Rahul Gandhi are drawing large groups of girls. But, will Rahul's charisma influence these girls to vote for Congress?

School bus falls into river in Goa, seven killed
Six children were among seven persons killed when a school bus plunged into the Kalvi River at Aldona village, 30 kms from Panaji.


Kingfisher may call it quits in Kolkata
Kingfisher Airlines, owned by the flamboyant Vijay Mallya, that touched down in Kolkata in 2005, threatens to fly out of the city with a whimper.

Astrologer held for molesting housewife
Kolkata police on Friday arrested an astrologer for allegedly molesting a 32-year-old housewife on February 7.


Centre seeks recall of Vodafone verdict
Vodafone refrained from commenting on the review petition and argued that the deal with Hutchison was outside the tax department's jurisdiction.

US asking India to 'wean' from Iranian crude
Washington said it was talking to India, Pakistan, Russia, and China about what they can do, particularly to wean themselves from Iranian crude.


Tri-series: Table-toppers India aim to stifle cornered Aussies
A revitalised India would look to corner the struggling and injury-hit hosts when the two sides clash in the critical second phase of the league on Sunday.

Ricky Ponting is a little bit jaded: Arthur
Livid after consecutive losses, Australia coach Mickey Arthur said the side and its "jaded" stand-in skipper Ricky Ponting would have to face the consequences.


Zarine Khan quits song for Salman!
Zarine opted out as she didn't want to displease her mentor Salman Khan by working in a project featuring Vivek Oberoi.

I was involved with Shoaib: Meera
After accusing Mahesh Bhatt of slapping her, Meera has now revealed that she was in a relationship with cricketer Shoaib Akhtar.


Hitachi's IT arm to double Hyderabad headcount
The T-issue not withstanding, Hyderabad continues to be a destination of choice for global IT players.

Apple did not infringe HTC technology: ITC
Apple Inc did not infringe patented technology owned by Android phonemaker HTC Corp, the US International Trade Commission said.

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