Mar 25, 2012

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March 25, 2012

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Montek opposes any Presidential reference on 2G case
Planning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia has totally opposed the move for making a Presidential Reference on the 2G case.

Parliament to decide on anti-corruption law, not Anna Hazare: Congress
With Anna Hazare sitting on a day-long token fast for a stronger Lokpal bill, the Congress today said the Centre is committed to a strong Lokpal Bill.

Odisha hostage crisis: Maoists release one Italian tourist
The Maoists in Odisha today freed one of the two Italians, Claudio Colangelo, who were abducted 11 days ago. Paolo is still in the custody of Naxals.


Tension at Telangana student's funeral procession
Tension prevailed in Warangal town Sunday during the funeral procession of MBA student Bhojya Naik.

Woman kills self at metro station
A young woman today allegedly committed suicide by jumping before a running train at a Metro station in south Delhi.


Money order losing charm; users decline by over 34%
The number of money order users has declined to 5.68 crore in April-January this fiscal from 8.66 crore users in 2008-09, a fall of 34.41%.

Rice mills encash gold rush
Trading in gold seems to have become so lucrative in recent months that even rice mill owners have shifted their focus to foreign trade in precious metals instead of the humble food grain.


No one should tell me when to retire: Sachin Tendulkar
Indian iconic batsman Sachin Tendulkar made it clear that no one should tell him when to retire, emphasising that he will play as long as he desires.

Asia Cup final over incident: Pakistan unhappy over Bangladesh appeal
PCB on Sunday expressed disappointment with Bangladesh for considering appealing an incident in the last over of the Asia Cup final.


Salman's new buddy in B'wood
Over the years he has promoted a lot of budding actors, choreographers and musicians, mentored them and given them breaks in his films.

I will wear a bikini: Giselle Monteiro
Giselle Monteiro, the Brazilian model and Bollywood actress, who made a dashing debut as Harleen Kaur in Love Aaj Kal, says she do not plan for the future.


Wishtel launches Android tablet Ira @ Rs 4,000
Wishtel launched two tablets costing between Rs 4,000 and Rs 5,500 on Friday, becoming the third company to introduce low-cost tablets within the week.

3 tools to enhance your Word experience
China-based Detong Technology's OfficeTab is one utility that you simply must install if you crave the tabbed functionality that web browsers offer.

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