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January 18, 2010

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All terrorists who stormed Taj hotel were Indians: Kasab
Ajmal Kasab has told Special Judge M L Tahaliyani that one of the terrorists of the Taj hotel siege was a Kashmiri, another was from Gujarat and the third was from Mumbai.

Centre to derecognize 44 deemed universities
The govt has told SC that it has decided to withdraw "deemed" status to 44 varsities saying they were being run as family fiefdoms rather than on academic considerations.

Taliban strike heart of Kabul; 9 killed, 40 wounded
Taliban struck in the heart of the Afghan capital, launching suicide attacks at key govt targets including the presidential palace and locked security forces in gunbattles.


Ruchika molestation case: Rathore's bail petition hearing adjourned
A court adjourned hearing on the bail petition of former Haryana DGP SPS Rathore and his plea for quashing abetment to suicide charge in the case.

Cold wave grips Delhi, flight operations normal
Cold wave maintained its grip over the city on Monday even as the minimum temperature rose marginally to settle at 8.2 degree Celsius.


Dadri land issue: No immediate relief for Reliance Power
SC has not passed any order on a petition filed by the ADAG challenging an Allahabad HC verdict quashing UP govt's notification to acquire land for the Dadri power project.

Led by banks & PSUs, Sensex gains 87 pts
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark index Sensex today rose 87 points on funds buying in blue-chip counters led by banks and PSUs.


Sachin Tendulkar hits 44th Test century
Sachin Tendulkar started 2010 with a bang hitting his 44th century on the second day of the first Test against Bangladesh in Chittagong on Monday.

IPL to reach US in next 18 months: Report
Cricket's wealthiest tournament will soon be played in the USA. The US will host matches between regional Indian T20 sides by next year, said IPL chief Lalit Modi.


Salman races with top jockeys!
Salman Khan has left no stone unturned to promote his upcoming "Veer". The 44-year-old raced with six jockeys at the Mahalakshmi race course and won the event.

Sonya replaces Aishwarya in Crooked!
By the time Abhishek started shooting for Crooked on Jan 14, his wife Aishwarya had already opted out due to a date scramble. Sonya Jehan has landed Ash's role.


10 Most powerful smartphones
What are the things that most of us look for while buying that powerful smartphone? Forbes has compiled a list of Most powerful smartphones. Here's top 10 from the list.

Google's China hack, an insider's job?
Google is investigating whether one or more employees may have helped facilitate a cyber-attack from China in mid-December, sources said.


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