Mar 9, 2012

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March 09, 2012

Top Headlines

Rash driving case: Actor John Abraham taken into custody
Actor John Abraham has been taken into custody after his bail plea was rejected by a Mumbai court on Friday in a 2006 rash driving case.

IPS officer's killing: MP govt orders judicial inquiry
There is ample evidence to prove that chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan's family is involved in illegal mining, said Congress leader Digvijaya Singh.

I leave with sadness, but with pride: Dravid on retirement
Rahul Dravid, second most prolific batsman in Test history, announced his retirement from international cricket where he has been a star for over 15 years.

Cities

Woman drives local train in Hyderabad
Yet another male bastion fell on Women's Day with a woman driving a local train of the South Central Railways (SCR).

Shiv Sena's Sunil Prabhu elected Mumbai mayor
Shiv Sena corporator Sunil Prabhu was on Friday elected mayor of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, India's richest civic body.

Business

L&T to appoint Venkataramanan as CEO
Larsen and Toubro appointed K Venkataraman as its CEO and managing director, while its current chief A M Naik would remain executive chairman for the next 5 years.

Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit's pay soars to $14.9m
The third biggest US bank company paid Pandit $14.86 million in 2011, compared with a salary of $1 and no bonus in 2010.

Sports

Dravid, a tough batting perfectionist
Classy, conventional, cool in a crisis and controversy-free, Rahul Dravid is an idol and superstar of Indian cricket as well as a gentlemanly competitor.

Dravid should have retired after England tour: Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly feels that Rahul Dravid should have retired after his brilliant Test series in England and said Friday's decision did not come as a surprise.

Entertainment

Aisha was not my film: Rajshree Ojha
Rajshree Ojha, who directed Anil and Sonam Kapoor's vanity project Aisha, is now saying the film that hit the theatres wasn't hers.

Uma Thurman expecting girl?
"Uma is having a baby girl...She's happy and just a few months along right now. She's due in late summer," contactmusic.com quoted a source as saying.

Infotech

How new Apple iPad may beat rivals
Apple certainly has lots of buzz and corporate cache behind its products, but there's a hidden -- almost mundane -- reason its newest iPad.

Google forcing developers to use Google Wallet
Google Inc has been pressuring applications and mobile game developers to use its costlier in-house payment service, Google Wallet.

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