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October 11, 2009

Top Headlines

PM rules out use of armed forces against Naxals
PM Manmohan Singh on Sunday ruled out use of armed forces against them and said that the govt is willing to hold talks with them if they abjured violence.

Militant nabbed in Pak Army HQ siege behind Lanka team attack
The lone surviving militant of the Pakistan Army Headquarters siege was linked to the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore, officials said.

No compulsion to support BJP: RSS
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat declared on Sunday that its cadres were under no compulsion to support the BJP.


US woman found dead in Kolkata flat
The cause of the death of Cathlene Marie Obrian and if there was any foul play involved would be known only after the post mortem report comes, Kolkata police said.

Delhi Metro may run past midnight during Games
Delhi Metro could run past midnight during the 2010 Commonwealth Games for the convenience of visitors.


All disagreements can be sorted out cordially: Anil to Mukesh
In a surprise move, Anil Ambani on Sunday reached out to estranged brother Mukesh saying all disagreements can be sorted out in a cordial and conciliatory manner.

Worst is over: PM on inflation
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday said he expected a good rabi crop and added that the "worst is over" vis-a-vis the spiralling prices.


Muniyappa lifts Indian Open
India's newest Asian Tour title winner in Bangalorean C Muniyappa, who held his nerve and survived a playoff to bag the Hero Honda Indian Open golf tournament on Sunday.

Novak Djokovic wins third title of year in Beijing
Novak Djokovic captured his third ATP title of the year at the China Open on Sunday, outlasting giant killer Marin Cilic of Croatia in a blistering baseline battle, 6-2, 7-6 (7/4).


I'll act till 80 like Ashok Kumar: Amitabh Bachchan
The Bollywood megastar who turns 67 today, has three films lined up for release and has no plans to retire in the near future.

Ghajini not for Aamir's daughter
His Ghajini might have been a super-hit at the box office but the father in Aamir Khan has still not allowed his daughter to watch the film.


50 things Internet is killing
Along with its huge benefits, the World Wide Web has also had some negative impacts on people.

How Einstein, Darwin would use email
The way Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin wrote letters in a pattern similar to the way people use email today, according to a Northwestern University study.


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