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March 11, 2012

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Who wants snap elections and why
As a thumb rule MPs don't like early polls. But some of their leaders might be keen on it. TOI takes a look.

Sad if India boycotted Olympics, British PM says
British PM David Cameron said he would be "very sad" if India boycotted the London Olympics following the row over sponsorship of the event by Dow Chemicals.

Mamata not to attend swearing-in ceremonies of Badal, Akhilesh
Trinamool Congress today said the party chief and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee will to attend the swearing-in ceremonies of Punjab and UP chief ministers.


Scolded by mom, boy hangs self
A Class 10 student committed suicide on Friday evening after his mother allegedly rebuked him. Avikant was a student of Arwachin Public School located in Vivek Vihar.

Cleric accused of raping 10-year-old
The imam of a mosque at Namazgarh went absconding after a van rickshaw owner complained to police that the cleric had allegedly raped his 10-year-old daughter.


Air India ticket sales jump 32% in Feb
Air India has registered another improvement in year-on-year performance in February, with average passenger revenue growing by a healthy 32%.

China posts biggest trade deficit
China has posted a trade deficit of $31.5 billion last month, the biggest in at least a decade as imports increased faster than exports.


Pak lose quick wickets after terrific start
Shakib Al Hasan ended Umar Akmal's challenge and then sent back Shahid Afridi to rattle Pak as visitors lost 6 wickets before crossing 200-mark in the Asia Cup opener.

I'd like to have Rahul Dravid's patience, says Sehwag
A day after Rahul Dravid announced a quiet and graceful retirement in Bangalore, the biggest enigma in Indian cricket, Virender Sehwag, continued to intrigue.


When SRK floored Jaya Bachchan
At a special legends tribute presentation to celebrate the centenary celebrations, Shah Rukh Khan charmed everyone present on stage - especially the ladies.

Mallika supports NOH8
Mallika Sherawat joins the ranks of Hollywood celebs Kim Kardashian, Amber Rose, Cher, Jared Leto and others who posed in support of the NOH8 campaign.


How your phone can be your compass
Gaurish Sharma - a web developer and frequent traveller based in Jaipur - gave up on huge, foldable maps a few years ago.

6 tips for smartphone security
How can mobile devices be used securely? The German Federal Ministry for Consumer Protection has put together some tips.

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