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October 24, 2009

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Maoists getting arms from Bangladesh, Myanmar: Chidambaram
Maoists are acquiring weapons through Bangladesh, Myanmar and possibly Nepal, said P Chidambaram, who nonetheless expressed willingness for talks.

Manmohan, Wen agree to build India-China trust
The Manmohan Singh-Wen Jaibao meeting aimed at easing tensions between the two nations, though Arunachal & Dalai Lama didn't figure in their discussions.

26/11 trial: Pakistan appoints new judge
A new judge was on Saturday appointed to conduct the crucial trial of seven key suspects in the Mumbai terror attack case, replacing Judge Baqir Ali Rana.


Amar Singh case: Allahabad HC not to monitor probe
The Allahabad HC on Saturday rejected a writ petition filed by a Kanpur resident, asking for its 'monitoring' of the probe on the FIR filed by him against the SP leader.

No need to worry on Commonwealth Games security: Chidambaram
"No player, no participant, no coach, no trainer, no visitor, no spectator" to the Games in October 2010 need to worry about security, said the Union home minister.


China assures India to correct trade imbalance
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Saturday assured Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that his country would correct the balance of trade that is currently in Beijing's favour.

Carl Icahn resigns from Yahoo board
The billionaire investor has resigned from his position on the board of Yahoo!, saying the US Internet giant no longer needed an 'activist' director like him.


India, Australia to resume rivalry in series beginning on Sunday
The teams go into the first One-dayer on Sunday with the hosts fully aware that a series triumph in the seven-match rubber would catapult them to number one spot.

Rossi grabs pole for Malaysian MotoGP
Italy's Valentino Rossi will launch his bid for a seventh MotoGP world title at the Malaysian Grand Prix after clocking a lap record in gruelling conditions on Saturday.


Bigg Boss has sick people: Kamaal R Khan
Not concerned with his elimination, the Bhojpuri actor-producer says that despite being stuck with 10 sick people he had a good time on the reality show.

Wanted: SRK as Lalit Modi
Bollywood's affair with cricket continues, as a production company is coming up with a biopic on the IPL mastermind. "I want SRK to play Modi," says the producer.


Review: Motorola Cliq
Now that feature-packed 'smart' phones are in, Motorola hopes to entice consumers with Cliq, its first phone that uses Google's Android software.

BSNL offers prepaid broadband service
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd launched the first-of-its-kind service in the country to enable customers access Internet in any city except Delhi and Mumbai.


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