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March 10, 2010

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India to scale down Afghan operations after attacks
India is looking at scaling down operations of its missions in Afghanistan in the wake of terror attacks on Indians.

Women's Bill row: Uproar in Lok Sabha over eviction of RS MPs
Members of SP, RJD and JD(U) disrupted Lok Sabha proceedings over the forcible eviction of seven Rajya Sabha members opposing the Women's Reservation Bill.

4 students held for smearing colour on Mayawati's poster
Four students of a school in Lucknow have been arrested and sent to a juvenile home for allegedly smearing colour on UP CM Mayawati's posters during Holi.


Lights out! Earth Hour back in Delhi
The national capital will observe the Earth Hour once again this year and Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit appealed to residents to turn off lights for an hour on March 27.

Police mulls FIR against suspended cops
Goa police is planning to file an FIR against five policemen who were placed under suspension for their alleged nexus with drug peddlers in the state.


SAIL plans to double steel production by 2014
State-run steel maker Steel Authority of India plans to increase its annual capacity to 26 million tonnes by 2014 from the current 14 million tonnes.

Sensex closes flat
The Sensex on Wednesday opened at 17,072.94 pts, was ruling at 17,092.16 pts (provisional), 39.62 pts or 0.23% higher than its previous close at 17,052.54 pts.


Younis, Yousuf barred from international cricket
The PCB indefinitely barred its former captains Younis Khan and Mohammad Yousuf from playing for the country in the wake of the team's disastrous tour of Australia.

Bradman is the greatest, Sachin comes only second: Steve Waugh
Sachin Tendulkar can come only second, after legendary Don Bradman in the list of all-time great cricketers, according to former Australia captain Steve Waugh.


Rani: Lonely in wonderland
Has the fall from stardom resulted in Rani Mukerji becoming a recluse? Sure seems like it as she is no longer the vivacious girl everyone knew and loved.

Kareena marries Akon, SRK!
Even as he kept the media waiting for about two hours, the king of Bollywood made up for the delay and wooed the audience with his non-stop wit and charm.


TCS' 600 mn pound deal under fire in UK
The British's Personal Accounts Delivery Authority earlier this month had said it would sign a contract with TCS to administer the National Employment Savings Trust.

10 Worst cities for IT pros
A recent survey has put Delhi on top of the most livable cities in India. Popular techie destinations like Chennai, Mumbai and Pune too made it to the top ten of the list.


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