Feb 24, 2012

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February 24, 2012

Top Headlines

No change of guard in Karnataka, Gadkari tells BSY
BJP chief Nitin Gadkari today made it clear that the party is not in favour of any change in leadership in Karnataka. Gadkari said Yeddyurappa may get a party post.

Mamata govt's double standard on SEZs in West Bengal?
Mamata govt may be opposed to setting up special economic zones in the state, but has no inhibition about extending tenures of SEZs already existing in the state.

PM should clarify Kudankulam remarks blaming foreign NGOs, says BJP
BJP on Friday said P M Manmohan Singh should clarify his remarks blaming "foreign NGOs" for anti-nuclear plant protests at Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu.

Cities

Son-producing clinics in Gujarat, 15 doctors penalized
When district officials in Mehsana studied records of gynaecologists recently, they were stunned to find out that many were virtually running son-producing centres.

Chennai police gun down 5 suspected bank robbers
Five men, suspected to be involved in two recent bank robberies in the city, were shot dead by the police at Velachery on Thursday.

Business

Sensex closes 172 points lower
A benchmark for Indian markets on Friday provisionally closed 172 points lower, below the 18,000-mark as selling pressure continued.

Rupee off highs on oil-related payments
Rupee was knocked off its early highs on Friday as dollar demand from oil importers remained strong and local equities moved deeper into negative territory.

Sports

Lanka clinch thriller against Australia
Daniel Christian got rid of Lahiru Thirimanne to give Sri Lanka fourth blow in the chase of a stiff 281, set by Australia in the 9th ODI of the tri-series at Bellerive Oval, Hobart.

India face Poland in last league clash
Indian men's hockey team must be tempted to play out a draw with Poland in their last league encounter on Friday to eliminate Canada, from the Olympic qualifiers.

Entertainment

Strong case against actor Saif Ali Khan, say police
Police sources said a "strong case" has been filed against actor Saif Ali Khan and his friends, businessman Shakeel Ladak and producer Bilal Amrohi.

Happy to be back in familiar surrounding: Big B
Amitabh Bachchan, who returned home after a 12-day stay in hospital following his abdominal surgery, says he is happy to be back in familiar surroundings.

Infotech

Google to replace Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha
Google Inc won US approval for its acquisition of Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc, is close to naming Dennis Woodside to run the business when the deal closes

HP to launch Windows 8 tablet in 2012
HP Co CEO Meg Whitman said the company will release a tablet computer based on Microsoft Corp's new version of its Windows software before the end of the year.

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