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December 30, 2009

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Ruchika molestation: Court refuses interim bail to Rathore
Disgraced ex-Haryana DGP Rathore had sought anticipatory bail, following the registration of two fresh cases against him. The next hearing is on Jan 1.

Shibu Soren sworn in as Jharkhand chief minister
The JMM is forming the government with BJP and AJSU. Shibu Soren is third-time lucky as he heads the 7th government in Jharkhand in nine years.

Hyderabad, Telangana region hit by Andhra bandh
Normal life was affected across Telangana region, including Hyderabad, due to a bandh in support of a separate state. State bus services were suspended.


Protests mar Kannada star Vishnuvardhan's last rites
The last rites of popular actor, Vishnuvardhan, who died of a cardiac arrest, were disrupted by thousands of unruly fans who had gathered to pay their last respects.

One held with 12 crude bombs in Goa
A man was on Wednesday arrested and 12 crude bombs recovered from his possession, 30 kms from Panaji, police said.


Nooyi gets flak for falling PepsiCo shares
Pepsico chief Indra Nooyi is facing flak as company's shares have reportedly fallen by 7% while Coke's share surged by 28% since she took over.

Sensex closes 58 points lower
The Sensex failed to extend the rally and closed lower by 57.74 points at 17,343.82, after fluctuating between 17,440.05 and 17,322.80 points.


Graeme Swann bowls England to innings win
Graeme Swann took five for 54 as England wrapped up victory by an innings and 98 runs on the fifth day of the second Test against South Africa.

England won't pull out of CWG: Organisers
Organisers of next year's Commonwealth Games in New Delhi have dismissed a report that England could pull out due to security concerns.


SRK wants to flirt with Abhi!
On a recent TV event, He added though that, on any given day, he would love to flirt with Abhishek Bachhan and John Abraham, but still not at the cost of his "straight" image.

Katrina flies to New York to meet Ranbir!
While the whole world believes that Katrina is recuperating in London with her family, a reliable London source tells us that she is actually in New York.


10 technologies that died in last 10 years
The past decade was clearly one that belonged to technology. Never before did so many new technologies and products came to fore and changed the way we live.

Telecom stocks: Worst performers
India's 11 biggest phone companies, including Bharti, RCom and Vodafone's local unit, are cutting prices to as low as one cent a minute to match offers by newcomers.


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