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December 10, 2009

Top Headlines

Andhra MLAs resign protesting Telangana creation decision
Andhra plunged into a political crisis with 60 MLAs from Cong, TDP and PRP and an MP belonging to Congress resigning in protest against the Centre's decision to carve out a separate Telangana state.

Dhaula Kuan gangrape: Accused Katiyar given 14-year RI
Terming the act of lone arrested accused Ajit Singh Katiyar as "beastly", a Delhi court awarded him 14-yrs RI in the Dhaula Kuan gangrape case. The accused and his aides had raped a DU student in a moving car in 2005.

Legalize prostitution if you can't curb it: SC to govt
The Supreme Court said legalizing sex trade would be a better option to avoid trafficking of women and pointed out that nowhere in the world was prostitution curbed by punitive measures.


Terror alert at Mumbai's Radio Club
The reports have warned of a possible fidayeen attack on Bombay Presidency Radio Club which has a pier surrounded by sea on three sides.

No CBI probe into Jaipur oil depot fire: Govt
Government on Thursday ruled out a CBI probe into the Jaipur oil depot fire of November and informed the Lok Sabha that a Committee had already been formed to look into the safety aspects and lapses that led to the incident.


Food inflation rises to 19.05% on high vegetable rates
Rising prices of potatoes, onions and pulses pushed food inflation to a high of 19.05 per cent in the fourth week of November, mounting pressure on the government to rein in rates of essential items.

Sensex closes up by 64 pts; Airtel biggest gainer at 3.43%
Sensex on Thursday closed up by over 60 points erasing early losses on selective buying in telecom shares after the RBI late last night said telcos can use money raised abroad to take part in the 3G spectrum auction.


India playing two Tests in 11 months is ridiculous: Boycott
For a side which has just been crowned world number one in Test cricket, it is ridiculous that India would be playing just two longer format matches in the next 11 months, feels Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott.

Tiger was more than just a fling: Rachel Uchitel
As a night club promoter and serial adulterer, Rachel Uchitel is no stranger to celebrity. But she says her affair with star golfer Tiger Woods was more than just a fling.


Rakhi to counsel Perfect Brides
As the moment of truth looms, the families have started the preparations for the age-old Indian rituals and ceremonies like Mehndi and Shagun without which no Indian marriage is complete.

What about the Ranbir tattoo, Deepika?
Love may or may not be blind, but sometimes it can be valid proof for stupidity. Why else would you get a tattoo on your nape with your lover's initials, especially when tattoos, like diamonds, last forever?


`Apple Tablet coming in 2010'
Apple Inc is preparing to launch a tablet personal computer in late March or April, with manufacturer partners poised to roll out as many as 1 million units per month, according to an Oppenheimer research note.

Pinkslip: 13 IT companies cutting jobs
As the companies eye a revival in demand, they are also bracing themselves up for a tough market and on the way cutting costs and with it jobs. Here are 13 IT companies who have announced job cuts in the past one-and-a-half months.


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