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October 28, 2009

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80 killed in Peshawar blast; Hillary Clinton in Islamabad
80 dead and more than 200 wounded in a huge explosion that rocked Pakistan's main northwest city. The blast coincides with Hillary Clinton's trip, who was in Islamabad.

PM reaches out to Pakistan with 'curb terror' rider
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sought to reach out to the Pakistan government by saying that it was the desire of India and the people of Pakistan to live in peace.

6 UN staff among 12 killed in Kabul siege
Gunmen stormed a UN guest house in the Afghan capital early on Wednesday, killing 12 people, including six UN staff.


American prof to teach Hindi in Mumbai
An American professor has won a Fulbright scholarship to teach and study at the University of Mumbai during spring semester 2010.

Why is Pinki not smiling?
The child protagonist of Oscar-winning documentary "Smile Pinki" has been trying to get the authorities to keep their promise of turning her village into a model village.


India's 6 core industries' output up 5% in first two quarters
India's six core industries logged a growth of 4% in September and 5% in the first six months this fiscal, official data released on Wednesday showed.

Demand for office space rises by 19% in Q2: C&W
According to a latest report, the average demand in India's eight major cities rose by 19% at 6.7 million sqft during July-September period over the previous quarter.


Vijender to be part of Commonwealth baton launch
Boxer Vijender Singh would be among India's star players to attend the launch of the Queen's Baton Relay for the Commonwealth Games 2010 on Thursday.

PCB chief Ijaz Butt off to India to revive ties
PCB chief Ijaz Butt left for India on Wednesday to hold talks with his counterparts, apparently to revive bilateral ties snapped following the Mumbai terror attacks.


Chai piyo ji: Ritesh
Ritesh Deshmukh has plans to launch a chain of tea centres, the first of which will open in Mumbai. The chain will then spread to other major cities in India.

Priyanka's chemical reaction
After Kaminey, Vishal Bharqdwaj is kicked about his new film starring Priyanka Chopra and seven guys.


HCL Tech to hike salaries
IT services provider HCL Technologies will increase the salaries of their employees by 0-10% from October 1.

Infosys to open 22 BPO centers in AP
Infosys BPO Limited signed an agreement with the Andhra Pradesh government to set up rural BPO centres in 22 districts of the state.


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