Tuesday, 11 October 2011

today news

Trains to run normally as Telangana blockade deferred  
The Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC) Tuesday postponed till Oct 15 its three-day rail blockade scheduled to begin Wednesday following which the ...More
Advani calls for ‘brighter India’, launches ‘Jan Chetna’ campaign  
Sitab Diara (Bihar) : The 'Jan Chetna' road campaign was aimed at increasing awareness about corruption and instilling confidence in a "brighter India ... More
Sensex gives up gains, traders book profits  
A benchmark index for Indian equities Tuesday gave up its intra-day gains and ended in the red as traders booked profits after two straight positive s ... More
Split verdict in Gujarat Lokayukta appointment case  
In a setback to the Narendra Modi government, a two-judge bench of the Gujarat High Court Monday delivered a split verdict on the government's plea qu ... More

nternational News

Pakistan stops services of 115 trains

Pakistan Railways has temporarily stopped the services of 115 trains due to a shortage of engines, a media report said Monday. The railways were unable to run these trains in th ...Read More

National News

Advani’s yatra an insult to land of Jayaprakash Narayan: Lalu

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Tuesday termed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani’s ‘Jan Chetna Yatra’ as an “insult” to the land of Jayaprakash Narayan as the socialist lead ...Read More

State News

Goa port blames Kamat’s ministry for illegal ore export

The authorities at Goa’s only major port have said it was up to the state government agencies, especially the mines department headed by Chief Minister Digambar Kamat for 12 years, ...Read More

Sports News

RCB knock out Redbacks in thriller to enter CLT20 semis

In a nail-biting finish, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) late Wednesday snatched a thrilling victory by two wickets from a defiant South Australian Redbacks (SAR) to q ...Read More

South Australia vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Live Scores

South Australian Redbacks won the toss and chose to bat against Royal Challengers Bangalore in a Champions League T20 Group B match at the M. Chinnaswamy stadium here Wednesday. ...Read More

Somerset tame Warriors to enter CLT20 semis

English county Somerset entered the semi-finals of the Champions League Twenty20 with a 12-run win over Warriors of South Africa at the Chinnaswamy stadium here Wednesday. ...Read More

Entertainment News

Big B in flashback mode on birthday

Big B in flashback mode on birthday
Going back in time on his 69th birthday Tuesday, megastar Amitabh Bachchan revealed that when he was born he was brought home wrapped in a ‘gudari’ – a cheap form of clot ...Read More

Maharashtra mourns Jagjit Singh’s death

Politicians in Maharashtra mourned the death of Jagjit Singh Monday, saying the ghazal maestro’s absence will be felt by the music fraternity and millions of his fans. ...Read More

Business News

Unitech moves company law board against Telenor

Unitech, the Indian partner of mobile services firm Telenor, Tuesday said it has filed a petition before the Company Law Board (CLB) to restrain ...Read More

Reliance Group complains to court about media reports

The Supreme Court Monday was told that media reports based on status reports submitted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on its probe ...Read More

City News

Two Delhi University students killed in accident

Two Delhi University students were killed and one was injured when they fell from a tractor while returning home from their college, police said ...Read More

Shiv Sena officials booked for noise pollution

A case has been registered against three Shiv Sena officials for violating court norms by exceeding the noise level limit at the Dussera rally he ...Read More

Blog/Opinion/Featured News

No scriptwriting for Bollywood: Chetan Bhagat

His books have invariably found a visual spin in Bollywood, but writer Chetan Bhagat, whose latest work “Revolution 2020″ has just hit the stands, says he isn’t game to sit and scr ...Read More

Jhuki jhuki si nazar, in remembrance of Jagjit Singh

Indian ghazal king Jagjit Singh’s way of celebrating his 70th year was unique – he was aiming to complete 70 concerts by the end of the year. The man who gave ghazals a new lease o ...Read More

Steve Jobs turned smallest of ideas into life-changing products

It’s a well-worn cliche to speak of the end of an era when someone well known has passed away. Today, however, it does feel like something has changed forever in the world of tech. ...Read More

Sci-Tech News

IBM unveils computing chips that mimic human brain

IBM researchers Thursday unveiled an experimental computer chip that emulates the way the human brain processes information. IBM said in a statement that researchers have create ...Read More

Health News

Three share Nobel in Medicine

Three scientists Monday won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Medicine for their discoveries of the immune system that opened up new avenues for the treatment of cancer and inflammatory dise ...Read More

Education News

IGNOU to launch post-graduate medical programmes

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) is to launch a series of post graduate medical programmes, a varsity statement said Tuesday. The School of Health Sciences (SO ...Read More

LifeStyle News

Don’t feel bad if your are easily embarrassed

If committing a faux pas in public or mistaking an overweight woman for a prospective mother leaves you red-faced, don’t feel bad. A new study suggests that people who are easily e ...Read More
Cash-for-vote scam witness says Amar Singh threatened him  
A Delhi court Monday asked Delhi Police to file a status report on a complaint of a key prosecution witness in the 2008 cash-for-vote scam case that R ...More
Dawood aide Iqbal Mirchi held in London: CBI  
Iqbal Mirchi, a close aide of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, has been arrested in London, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) said here Tuesday. ...More
Gujarat asks apex court to stop monitoring riot cases  
Taking a cue from the central government in the 2G case, the Gujarat government Tuesday asked the Supreme Court to stop monitoring the trial in the 20 ...More

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