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March 27, 2012

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Asked Army chief to act on bribe offer, he didn't: Antony
Defence minister said he had asked General V K Singh to take action on the Rs 14 crore bribe offer but he did not want to pursue the matter for unknown reasons.

Maoists kill at least 15 CRPF jawans in Maharashtra
At least 15 CRPF jawans were killed in a Maoist attack in a remote location in eastern Maharashtra today, according to official sources.

Is Lord Balaji temple at Tirumala only for VIPs?
At Tirumala, all pilgrims are equal in the eyes of the Lord. But VIPs are always more equal in the eyes of the management of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams.


Born in US, grew up here: HC to decide on Pune girl taking CET
"What is so special about America?"asked the Bombay high court while observing that now Americans are coming to India for various reasons.

19-year-old held for attempt to abduct girl
Two days after a girl accused a boy living in her neighbourhood of attempting to abduct her and outrage her modesty, the Shastri Nagar police have arrested the boy.


US nominee for World Bank presidency to visit India
Obama had last week declared Jim as his country's nominee to the World Bank presidency, a post which has traditionally remained with the United States.

Oil falls below $107 as Iran nuclear talks set
Benchmark oil for May delivery was down 26 cents to $106.77 in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange.


New Zealand and South Africa draw third Test
South Africa took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series into the match at the Basin Reserve after winning the second Test at Hamilton by nine wickets.

Andy Roddick upsets Roger Federer at Key Biscayne
Andy Roddick beat Federer for only the third time in their 24 meetings, dominating with his serve to win 7-6 (4), 1-6, 6-4 in the third round at the Sony Ericsson Open.


'Shootout At Wadala' is my 'Vaastav': John
John Abraham says his upcoming movie, "Shootout at Wadala", in which he will be seen as gangster Manya Surve, will be a career defining film.

Bhansali asks Ranveer not to watch Guzaarish
When Ranveer asked his director Sanjay Leela Bhansali which films to see, Bhansali said, 'Watch anything but not my Guzaarish, please.'


10 best IT cos to work for in 2012
Like last many years, this year too Fortune magazine's 'Best companies to work for' list ranks these so-called employees' favourites.

Infosys, Cognizant pamper campus placement heads
Over the years Cognizant has been taking placement officers to cities like Bangkok and Dubai while others have been holding their offsites within their campuses.

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