Mar 8, 2012

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March 08, 2012

Top Headlines

Yeddyurappa makes a fresh bid for come back, Gowda mum
Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda on Thursday said the BJP central leadership would decide on the future of his predecessor.

Stone-pelting: Curfew imposed in Rajouri
The curfew has been imposed in Rajouri border town this morning as a precautionary measure in view of the tension.

Trinamool will not rock UPA boat: Dinesh Trivedi
Railway minister and senior Trinamool Congress member Dinesh Trivedi says his party will not rock the UPA boat, and continue to support government.

Cities

Woman lures widow to rapists at a party
A 25-year-old widow has complained that she was lured to a feast by someone she considered her elder sister and handed over to five men to be raped.

Delhiites come out in gusto to celebrate Holi
It was a riot of colours on Delhi streets on Thursday as the old and young came out to celebrate Holi, which marks the start of spring.

Business

Oil rises in Asia on Greek debt hopes, Iran concerns
Oil prices swung higher in Asian trade today as the euro gained on hopes Greece's debt swap will be successful.

Now, unpaid AI pilots warn of stir
Air India pilots on Wednesday warned the government that many of them may not report to work from April 1.

Sports

Aus vs SL: Australia beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs to win CB series
Sri Lanka lost wickets at regular intervals against Australia in the deciding match of the of the three-game triseries finals on Thursday.

Rahul Dravid decides to quit Test cricket, likely to announce retirement tomorrow
One of India's greatest Test players, Dravid had scored a whopping 13,288 runs in 164 Tests at an average of over 52 which made him second highest scorer.

Entertainment

I don't fly high: Tusshar
Tusshar Kapoor and Kulraj Randhawa are like chalk and cheese. While Kulraj is talkative and bubbly, Tusshar is shy and reticent.

Hrithik misses playing Holi with kids
Thanks to his busy shooting schedule for Krrish 3 in Hyderabad, Hrithik won't be able to come to Mumbai for Holi.

Infotech

4G iPad: All that's new
Apple unveiled new version of iPad that enable user to access content available through 4G technology.

Apple's new iPad comes with high resolution
Apple announced a new iPad to replace iPad2. The new iPad model features a sharper screen and a faster processor and it will go on sale on March 16.

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