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September 13, 2009

Top Headlines

Jet Airways lost Rs 200 crore in five-day pilots' strike
Even as Jet Airways limped back to normalcy after a five-day stir by over 500 pilots, the stand-off has cost the airline a loss of over Rs 200 crore.

Austerity drive: Krishna not to use private plane for foreign visits
A day after Pranab Mukherjee flew economy class, foreign minister S M Krishna decided to forego travel by private aircraft and said he will go by commercial flights.

No 'black money' details exist: Swiss banks
Amid claims that Indians have stashed crores in secret bank accounts, Switzerland banks have asserted that any statistics about black money 'simply do not exist'.


Centre proposes to bring MCD under Delhi government
Centre has proposed to bring the MCD under the Delhi government, which has been a long pending demand of the ruling Congress in the national capital

Eunuch moves court in Mumbai seeking right to vote
A eunuch has moved the Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission seeking right to vote for his community and transgenders in the forthcoming state Assembly polls.


Gold to touch Rs 18,000 per 10 gm by Diwali: Assocham
According to Assocham, Gold is likely to touch Rs 18,000 per 10 gram during the forthcoming festival season.

US welcomes Indian investment 'across sectors'
Amid worries about the US adopting protectionist measures, a US government official welcomed Indian companies to invest in various sectors in their country.


Clijsters beats Serena, reaches US Open final
Comeback queen Kim Clijsters produced a massive upset to defeat title and tournament favourite Serena Williams in the US Open semi-finals to reach the finals.

Piquet case puts F1 credibility at stake: Head
Race-fixing allegations have put Formula One's credibility at stake and the governing body must take a firm stance, according to Williams co-owner Patrick Head.


Sushmita: Can any man afford me
She's been linked to a string of men in the past, but actress Sushmita Sen says she has no plans to settle down until a man can "afford" her.

Shammi addicted to Dimple's shlokas
Every Sunday, Shammi Kapoor finds innovative excuses to drive his car to Dimple Kapadia's home to download magnificent Sanskrit shloka chants.


Google Voice offers free service
Google Voice gives you one phone number that connects to all of your phones. It also manages your voice and text messages and provides cheap or free international calls.

Get rid of application update mess on PC
Microsoft provides for free a Windows Installer CleanUp Utility which not actually remove any application fi les, but remove any installation files copied to your computer.


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