Feb 26, 2012

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February 26, 2012

Top Headlines

Kingfisher crisis: SBI says no decision on fresh loans
SBI is studying a viability report prepared by its investment banking arm, SBI capital markets, and any decision on further lending will be based on that.

Italian naval guards to be prosecuted under Indian law, says Antony
Defence minister A K Antony said, 'the case will be proceeded under the Indian law. Judiciary in our country is independent.'

Bank unions call for strike on February 28
As many as 7 employees' unions of banks have given a call for strike, demanding stringent measures to recover bad loans and opposing outsourcing.

Cities

4 medical students booked for ragging
Police have registered cases against four MBBS third year students for their alleged involvement in a case of ragging.

Jamshedpur: 6 of a family burnt alive
6 members of a family were burnt alive when their hut caught fire at Banaldih Tola in Rangamatia village in adjoining Seraikela-Kharswan district.

Business

China may cut rates to boost growth
China's central bank, People's Bank of China, may cut interest rates by 25 basis points each in the 2nd and 3rd quarter to revive the economic growth.

Berkshire identifies Buffett successor
Berkshire Hathaway has identified the chief executive who will succeed Warren Buffett when the 81-year-old investor steps down, Buffett said.

Sports

10th ODI: Clinical Australia thrash India by 87 runs at SCG
Chasing 253, India were bundled out for just 165 as Australia won the 10th ODI of the tri-series by 87 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday.

Obstructions create a flutter at SCG
It seems controversy can never be far behind if India are playing Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Entertainment

'Tweeting is as good as having sex'
Ramgopal Varma talks about shooting an item number in 'Department' before starting to film his 26/11 movie from March 10, his love for Taslima Nasreen.

Big B tweets Ali Zafar
Pakistani actor Ali Zafar is all confident with his forthcoming release, 'London Paris New York' next week.

Infotech

Review: Sony PlayStation Vita
Mobile phones and tablets see updates and upgrades every year; consoles do not. However when they do, the difference is game-changing (pun intended).

Social media: How safe you are
Living in the world of social networking and mobile smartphones means trading away some of your personal information.

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