Feb 20, 2012

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February 20, 2012

Top Headlines

No government bailout for Kingfisher: Ajit Singh
"Our first concern is about the ongoing flights and that passenger safety should not be compromised," Ajit Singh said.

SC ruling on 2G will affect other sectors: Kapil Sibal
The SC judgement has ramifications for other sectors like mining where the same principle is adopted, telecom minister Kapil Sibal said.

India to seek extradition of Headley, Rana
India will soon write to the US seeking extradition of American citizen David Coleman Headley and his Canadian accomplice Tahawwur Hussain Rana.

Cities

Lamborghini crash: Injured man could be paralysed for life
The 45-year-old cyclist who was injured in the Lamborghini car crash in south Delhi early Sunday may be paralysed for life, doctors said.

Fog covers city, 36 flights delayed
Experts say that such foggy days can be expected for five to six days in February and four to five days in March.

Business

Greece no threat to world economy: ECB
Greece, which is teetering on brink of bankruptcy, is "no threat to the world economy," European Central Bank executive board member Joerg Asmussen said.

FIIs bullish on Indian market, invest Rs 24,225 crore in two months
Since the beginning of 2012, the FIIs have infused a total of Rs 24,225cr into Indian stocks after taking into account Rs 10,358 cr of net inflow during Jan 2012.

Sports

Is Dhoni's rotational policy an indication of dissension in dressing room?
Dhoni's public dig at senior players like Tendulkar and Sehwag has evoked sharp reactions and is seen as an indication of smouldering dissension within the team.

Ricky Ponting dropped from Australia's one-day team
Ponting's ODI career could be over after selectors dropped him from Australia's squad for this week's tri-series matches against India and Sri Lanka.

Entertainment

No second surgery for Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan has reported signs of improvement in his blood test reports, thus avoiding a second surgery.

I've always admired Rekha: Vidya Balan
Vidya Balan said she has always been inspired by Rekha, be it her looks, her attitude or her body of work.

Infotech

RIM finally sets up BlackBerry server in Mumbai
BlackBerry has finally set up its server in Mumbai following intense pressure from the government to provide a mechanism for lawful interception of its messenger services.

Cisco Systems to increase India staff by 60%
Cisco Systems will increase its workforce in India by about 60% over the next four years as part of its strategy for emerging markets.

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