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October 07, 2009

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Indian-origin scientist wins Nobel prize in chemistry
Venkatraman Ramakrishnan along with Thomas Steitz and Ada Yonath won the 2009 Nobel Prize in chemistry for mapping ribosomes at the atomic level.

Abjure violence for dialogue, Chidambaram tells Maoists
Maoist should give up their "armed liberation struggle" to pave the way for dialogue and the development of violence-hit states, home minister P Chidambaram said.

Indian's body found, another 'Indian' stabbed in Australia
Body of Indian businessman, who went missing two weeks back, has been found in Victoria even as a man of "Indian or Asian appearance" was stabbed in Melbourne.


Youth Congress ransacks hostel in Ahmedabad over student's ragging
Youth Congress workers allegedly ransacked office of the Mahavir Jain Boys Hostel in the Paldi area following an incident of alleged ragging.

Leela Hotels asked to close floating casino in Goa
Goa government has ordered the closure of Leela Hotels' offshore casino with immediate effect after the latter failed to pay an annual licence fee of Rs five crore.


RIL to issue 1:1 bonus share
Mukesh Ambani group firm Reliance Industries said that it will issue one bonus share for every share held in the company.

Silver surges to one-year high of Rs 27,000
Silver touched a one-year high of Rs 27,000 per kg on strong global cues, while gold prices spurted by Rs 160 per 10 gram on the bullion market.


India placed with South Africa, England in 2011 World Cup
India have been placed in the Group B along with South Africa and England for the World Cup 2011 to be hosted jointly by India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

Mary Kom's suspension revoked
Mary Kom's temporary suspension was revoked after the Manipuri pugilist apologised for her unsporting behaviour in the ongoing National Boxing Championships.


Salman, Aamir tie up for a film
Fifteen years after Andaz Apna Apna, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan have decide to star together in a film, which they will also produce.

Raj Thackeray is a master rapist: Hansal Mehta
Nine years ago, after the release of filmmaker Hansal Mehta's film 'Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar', Raj Thackeray had vandalized his office and abused him.


Microsoft unveils Windows phones
Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer unveiled his company's line of Windows smartphones in an offensive against Apple's iPhone and Google's Android system.

Royal Bank of Scotland's $2 billion gain for TCS, Infosys
Indian technology vendors are set to gain from around $9.5 billion technology spend planned by the Royal Bank of Scotland over the next five years.


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