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October 25, 2009

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Dalai Lama an honoured guest, Manmohan tells China
Standing up to China, Manmohan Singh today said the exiled spiritual leader is an honoured guest of India and is free to travel anywhere he wishes to.

What Muslims were to BJP, Maoists are to Congress: Arundhati Roy
The Booker winner and activist has alleged that 'economic interests' in mineral-rich states have driven the government to launch action against Maoists.

Separate inquiries ordered into youth's killing in J&K
Separate district admin and Army inquiries have been ordered into the killing of Sajad Ahmad Lone for allegedly storming into the Army camp in Baramulla.


Wasim Akram's wife dies battling 'mysterious' fever in Chennai
The former Pakistan cricket captain's wife Huma, who was suffering from a 'mysterious' fever, died at a hospital in Chennai on Sunday.

Delhi: GoAir flight grounded after bomb threat
A Bangalore-bound GoAir flight was grounded at the Delhi airport on Sunday morning following a threat call that there was a bomb on the aircraft.


Air India seeks Rs 5,000 crore equity
Air India is seeking Rs 5,000 crore from the government as it promises to squeeze its fleet size and reduce the wage bill of its 31,000-strong workforce.

KG Gas: Anil wants RIL's marketing margin stopped
Anil Ambani Group has asked government to consider on Tuesday the issue of marketing margin on sale of KG gas, charged by Mukesh's Reliance Industries.


1st ODI: Australia beat India by 4 runs
Late charge by Harbhajan (49) and Praveen (40*) failed to stop India from a 4-run defeat against Australia in the first One-Day International at Vadodara.

India beat Canada 3-2 to win seven-match series 6-0
India rounded off their impressive tour of Canada with a 3-2 victory over the home side in their final game to win the seven-match hockey Test series 6-0.


Crores don't inspire Karan
Director-producer Karan Johar says he has matured over the years and box office collections are no longer the only driving factor for him.

I beat the Aussies: Amartya Sen
With a daughter like actress Nandana Sen, one would have thought the Nobel laureate economist would be well informed about cinema. But he's not.


How to shift from XP to Windows 7
After the disappointing performance of Vista, Microsoft is banking high on Windows 7 to give it the much required fillip in the PC market.

Inside Acer's 3D laptop, Aspire 5738DG
With the launch of Windows 7, PC makers are trying new things, including laptops with touch screens. Acer is going further � introducing a laptop with 3D screen.


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