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September 11, 2009

Top Headlines

Allahabad HC acquits Pandher in Nithari killings case
The Allahabad High Court acquitted Moninder Singh Pandher in one of the Nithari serial killing case, setting aside the death sentence awarded by a lower court.

SC to Mayawati government: Stop work on all memorials
The Supreme Court stayed construction activity at sites for memorials of Ambedkar and Kanshi Ram in Lucknow and ordered UP government to remove all workers.

Pakistan Taliban spokesman arrested in Swat
Islamabad said that it arrested the chief spokesman of Pakistan Taliban along with four other most-wanted first ring leaders in the restive Swat valley.


Shiney Ahuja's bail rejected for second time
A Mumbai sessions court rejected for the second time the actor's bail plea, arrested for allegedly raping his domestic maid at his residence.

Delhi school stampede: Two battling for life
Two girls, seriously injured in a stampede in a government school, continued to battle for life, while the condition of four other students is out of danger.


150 Jet Airways flights cancelled as strike continues
As many as 150 Jet Airways flights, including 15 international, remained cancelled, the fourth day of the ongoing strike by the airline pilots.

Industry on revival path, IIP up at 6.8%
Factory productions expanded at a greater pace for the second month in a row growing by 6.8% in July against 6.4% a year ago, signalling an industrial recovery.


Vijender Singh inks multi-crore deal
After bringing laurels to the country by assuring a medal in the World Boxing Championships, Vijender Singh has inked a million-dollar sponsorship deal.

Players don't trust each other in India, Pakistan: Akram
Lack of mutual trust among cricketers is the reason why players' associations have never succeeded in India and Pakistan, feels legendary pacer Wasim Akram.


Animated Aamir for Coca-Cola advertisement
Known for his experiments, actor Aamir Khan will now be seen in an animated avatar for the first time in a television commercial for Coca Cola.

I blame you India, for the love: Lisa Ray
Actress Lisa Ray, currently battling cancer, is overwhelmed by the love and support she has received from India in her time of crisis.


Now, a search engine for Muslims only
A Dutch company has launched a new search engine '' that aims to protect Muslims from accidentally bumping into explicit material while surfing the Web.

STPI likely to get 3-year extention
IT industry has been asking the government to extend the Software Technology Park of India scheme, which promises tax holidays to IT and ITeS firms, up to 2012.


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