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January 19, 2010

Top Headlines

China says India's hacking allegations groundless
China has dismissed as "groundless" India's charge that Chinese hackers had attempted to break into sensitive Indian govt computers.

All deemed universities will finally go, but no student will suffer: Sibal
The concept of deemed universities will go in the near future, HRD minister Kapil Sibal said. He emphasized students in these universities would get a university degree.

No bidders for Pakistan players at IPL3 auction
IPL3 bidders rejected all the Pak players up for sale, including Shahid Afridi & Kamran Akmal. WI player Kieron Pollard & NZ's Shane Bond were the star attractions.


IAF may cancel R-Day flypast due to fog
IAF plans to put up a grand flypast of 28 warplanes during this year's R-Day parade but is keeping its fingers crossed as it fears that Delhi fog could play a spoilsport.

Charred body of student found on Osmania University campus
Tension prevailed at the Osmania University on Tuesday after the charred body of a student was found in its campus.


Cadbury accepts Kraft's рде्11.9 billion takeover offer
British candy maker Cadbury Plc has agreed to a higher takeover bid worth £11.9 billion from US giant Kraft Foods to create a global leader in food and confectionery.

Japan Airlines files for bankruptcy
Japan Airlines announced that it had filed for bankruptcy protection as part of a biting overhaul of the debt-ridden carrier, in one of the country's biggest corporate failures.


1st Test: India 122/1 at stumps on Day 3
Indian bowlers could not go for the kill and let their opponents off the hook by allowing Bangladesh to nearly match their first innings total in the first Test on Tuesday.

ICC wants resumption of Indo-Pak cricketing ties
ICC President David Morgan wants a resumption of India-Pakistan bilateral cricketing ties because he feels the on-field rivalry between the countries is as big as the Ashes.


Salman races ahead!
Salman Khan, riding the stallion Wild Rose, fought off a stiff challenge from professional jockeys to win a 600 metres exhibition race at the Hello! Million.

Om made false charges against ex-wife
Actor Om Puri confesses to not knowing many complicated English words, 'zilch' being one of them.


TCS: No salary hike for freshers
The IT giant TCS has already announced that it plans to give salary hikes this year. However, for now hike is for experienced people only.

6 Problems with Google Nexus One
The company is flooded with complaints relating to its first branded smartphone.


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