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Singapore Cleans Up Image to Attract Bonafide Businesses: Singapore Company Incorporation
Ahead of the recent report on Sydney Morning Herald, and in a quest to clean its image and attract genuine businesses from the world over, Singapore has initiated stringent efforts to wipe out money laundering and tax evasion activities, says

Eiffel Tower lagging far behind Paris's real top attractions
Tourists choose Notre Dame Cathedral over Eiffel Tower, the city's tourism office revealed on Monday.

Oz Foreign Minister confident 'US will not seek to extradite Assange'
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr has said the United States is not interested in extraditing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Arthur believes it will take another two years for Cummins's body to mature
Australia coach Mickey Arthur has said that young teenage pace sensation Pat Cummins will face injuries as he grows into his body.

Clarke asks teammates to lift their game as Oz No.1 ranking under threat
Australia skipper Michael Clarke has called on his under-performing teammates to lift their game as their world No.1 one-day ranking is under threat after being beaten by England at The Oval.

Plenty at stake for Oz all-rounder Smith in ODIs against Poms
Australian all-rounder Steve Smith, who earned in the vicinity of a million dollars as one of Australia's highest paid players last year, is now being made to sing for his supper.

Warner believes 'much vaunted' England pacemen are 'gettable'
Australian opener David Warner believes England's celebrated bowling line-up is "gettable".

Federer believes Wimbledon Centre Court 'roof' will cause 'more shocks in sport'
Swiss tennis ace Roger Federer believes the roof on Wimbledon's famed Centre Court has made a lottery out of his pursuit for the championship title.

MCC's 'elite' member John Fingleton disparages Oz fans ahead of Lord's ODI
John 'Fingers' Fingleton, who is a stalwart of the exclusive Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) for more than 40 years, has disparaged Australian fans ahead of the first one-dayer between England and Australia to be played at Lord's on Friday.

Chinese footballer's wife accused of conning Olympic stars with 'princeling' status
A former Chinese footballer's wife, who presented herself as a princeling, has been accused of swindling Olympic champions and celebrities out of about 6 million pounds, and has gone on trial for fraud in China.

Clarke confident about not giving up No.1 ODI spot to England
England will become No.1 in all three formats-the Test, one-day and Twenty20 games-if they beat Australia 5-0 in the ODI series, but Michael Clarke is confident about not relinquishing their place at the top of the rankings and is keen to pull off a surprise series win.

Brett Lee praised after he rejects NSW contract for young player
Australian pacer Brett Lee's decision not to sign a contract for New South Wales is a selfless move unlikely to be replicated, Players' Association boss Paul Marsh has said.

Topless Kate Upton booted from Santa Monica pier
Kate Upton was kicked out of California's famed Santa Monica pier during a photo shoot, after her one piece fell off.

Cummins' fiery spell in warm-up should send shudders through England: Hussey
Australia batsman David Hussey is hoping young fast bowler Patrick Cummins' devastating spell of 3 for 26 in the final warm-up match before Friday's one-day series opener at Lord's, would send shudders through the England camp.

Apple drops 'Mac computers immune from virus' claim
Tech giant Apple has removed claims on its website that Mac computers do not get viruses, after hundreds of thousands of machines were hijacked by a Trojan earlier this year.

Google out scores Apple iPhone's Siri in road test by analyst
Google search engine has performed far better than Apple iPhone's much-hyped voice recognition app Siri in a rigorous test conducted by an analyst.

Smartphones facilitating cyber-bullying among teens
With the rise of smartphones, parents are finding it difficult to monitor teenagers' use of technology, driving the latest wave of cyber-bullying, says an Australian psychologist.

Microsoft plans to launch Xbox music service to take on iTunes, Spotify
Software giant Microsoft has planned to launch an Xbox streaming music feature, with download, streaming, and online storage functions similar to Apple iTunes and Spotify.

Rare 'ethereal' wine to cost $168k per bottle
A winemaker has released just a dozen 750ml "ampoules" of the rare 2004 Kalimna Block 42 Cabernet Sauvignon wine, which is priced at 168000 dollars per bottle.

8-minute sprint everyday helps shed more weight than jogging
Sprint training for 60 minutes a week burns the same amount of body fat in men as jogging for seven hours a week, Sydney scientists have suggested.

News Corp's Oz arm News Ltd. slashes 70 digital staff in cost-cutting sweep
Australian media conglomerate News Limited has announced plans to slash 70 digital staff on grounds of redundancy.

Oz's most famous cancer survivor was 'wrongly diagnosed'
Alternative therapies guru Ian Gawler who have claimed for 30 years to have cured himself from secondary cancer might not have had the disease and could have been wrongly diagnosed, a new report has claimed.

Lee asks 'aggressive' Pattinson to use mouth as weapon against India
Brett Lee, who was known for shaking up tailenders with his bouncers in Tests, has asked Australia's latest pace sensation James Pattinson to continue his combative, intimidatory approach and not be deterred from using his mouth as a weapon against India.

Odds favour Tendulkar to score his 100th century at SCG
Odds are in favour of Sachin Tendulkar, who has not scored a hundred since scoring his last international century 293 days and 19 innings earlier, to reach the milestone at the Sydney Cricket Ground during second Test against Australia.

McDermott advise to pacers transforms Oz bowling attack
Australia's bowling coach Craig McDermott advise to his pacers to consistently pitch the ball five metres from the stumps, a good metre closer than they had become accustomed to, has seemingly transformed the team's attack.

Stuart MacGill looking forward to play in Indian Premier League
Former Australian leg-spinner Stuart MacGill has revealed that he has applied for an auction to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament.

Haddin says he will react to game's tempo in India-Oz Boxing Day Test
Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin has said he will react to the game's tempo rather than just concentrating on playing the swinging ball during the Boxing Day Test, which began today.

Haddin enjoying Christmas training with son ahead of India-Oz Boxing Day clash
Australian cricketer Brad Haddin took his three-year-old son Zac to the training session on Christmas, ahead of the Boxing Day clash with India.

We are prepared for Boxing Day Test match, claims Brad Haddin
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin believes his team is fully prepared for Boxing Day Test match against India and has left their humbling defeat to New Zealand at Hobart behind them.

Michael Hussey prays for some luck before Boxing Day Test match
The last two cricket series haven't been memorable ones for veteran Australian batsman Michael Hussey but he insists that he isn't out of form.

Activists slam Bhopal gas tragedy film for letting 'culprit US company off the hook'
Canberra, Dec 31 (ANI:) Campaigners working with the survivors of 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy have slammed a movie being made on the incident, saying that the film would be an insult to the victims of the world's worst industrial disaster.

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