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September 10, 2009

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YSR Reddy's pilot violated norms, yet was given extension
Records show that the pilot, Group Captain S K Bhatia, had in the past contravened flight manuals and had been issued memos for 'poor professional performance'.

Government hikes dearness pay for employees, pensioners by 5%
The government announced a 5% increase in the dearness allowance for the central government employees and pensioners, with effect from July this year.

Jet pilots' agitation continues, over 230 flights cancelled
Jet Airways pilots' stir entered the third day with the agitators sticking to their stands even as over 230 flights were cancelled giving passengers a harrowing time.


5 girls killed in school stampede in Delhi
Five girls were killed and 27 other students injured in a stampede triggered by rumours of a short circuit in a government school flooded with rain water in North East Delhi.

40% of domestic helps in Mumbai are U-15 girls: UNDP
According a UNDP report, 40% of domestic servants in Mumbai are under 15 years of age and the number seems to be increasing at an alarming rate.


Exports dip 19.7% for the 11th consecutive month
India's exports slid for the 11th straight month in August by 19.7% to $14.3 billion owing to the continuing slump in global demand.

Home loan EMIs to cost Rs 10,000 less
Home loan seekers can save up to Rs 10,000 on their monthly repayments for one year as the government approved 1% interest subsidy for houses below Rs 20 lakh.


Virat Kohli to replace Gambhir for tri-series in Sri Lanka
Indian selectors have decided to send Delhi batsman Virat Kohli to replace injured Gautam Gambhir in the Indian team for the ongoing tri-series in Sri Lanka.

Paes, Bhupathi to clash in US doubles final
Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi will now fight it out for the US Open men's doubles title after both won their semi-final matches in contrasting fashion.


I was right here, working: Manoj Bajpai
Having been completely bed-ridden after his recent accident while shooting in Hyderabad, Manoj is fit and back in action.

Blue is Fast & Furious, says US media
Michael Adams, one of the editors of Empire, said to be the largest selling film magazines of America, has singled out 'Blue' for the first time for mention.


Steve Jobs is back
Steve Jobs stepped back into the spotlight for the first time in nearly a year, drawing a standing ovation before unveiling new and cheaper iPods for Apple Inc.

HP reviewing IT, BPO assets
Hewlett-Packard is conducting a review of the information technology and business process outsourcing assets that came with its 2008 acquisition of EDS.


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