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August 25, 2007

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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

Manmohan Singh to campaign in Bihar today

FBI failed to act on Headley's wife's terror link expose 3 yrs before Mumbai attacks

Craven's horror flicks 'were inspired by real stories'

RBI will intervene if inflows turn lumpy: Subbarao

Enforcement Directorate issues 'Look Out Circular' against Lalit Modi

Now, laser technology that destroys tumours using heat

Waist size, not BMI can foretell cardiovascular risk in children

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Red alert sounded, toll rises to over 30 in Hyderabad terror attack
Red alert has been sounded in Hyderabad following twin blasts in which at least thirty people have been killed and at least forty others have been injured. ANI

Twin blasts rock Hyderabad, 20 dead
At least twenty people were killed and twelve others injured in a twin blast that rocked Hyderabad today evening. ANI

Mata Amritanandamayi pledges 48- million-dollar aid for drought-hit farmers
Mata Amritanandamayi has pledged 48 million dollars for the relief of the countrys drought-hit farmers. ANI

Now a designer line for pregnant women in New Delhi
Several mothers-to-be walked down the ramp on Saturday to unveil a new fashion-wear line stitched especially for pregnant women by top apparel designers in the national capital. ANI

Talks on nuke deal with Left, UPA partners going on: Pranab
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee today said that discussions were going on among the ruling coalition partners over the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal, which has snowballed into a huge crisis for the government after vehement opposition by the Left parties against the deals operationalisation. ANI

Traders seek Lefts support to stall entry of retail chains
Small traders on Saturday sought the support of the countrys powerful Left parties to stall entry of corporate retailers. ANI

Left in no mood to ease protests against Malabar exercise
The Left parties today reiterated their stand of carrying out protests along the eastern coast of the country against the holding of a multilateral naval exercise codenamed Malabar in the Bay of Bengal. ANI

Lucknow students pledge to protect trees by tying rakhis
Students of Delhi Public School (DPS), Lucknow, tied rakhis or designer threads on trees, ahead of Raksha Bandhan, a sibling festival, in a gesture to save environment. ANI

Kashmirs first train goes on trial
Kashmiris expressed excitement over a rail link connecting the Himalayan region to the rest of the country, as the Railways conducted the first trial run of the train today. ANI

Jamnagar experiences 53 tremors in 13 days
Jamnagar has been experiencing a series of mild earthquakes of a magnitude of 3 to 3.3 on Richter scale. ANI

Brahmakumari Vishwavidhyalaya head Prakash Mani dies
The administrative head of Prajapita Brahmakumari Eshwariya Vishwavidhyalaya (BKWSU), Dadi Prakash Mani, died here today after prolonged illness. ANI

Chinese sex report says youngsters in dire need of sex education
By and large, young people in Chinalack adequate sex education and guidance from teachers or parents, the 2007 Guangdong Sex Report issued earlier this week says. ANI

Bhopal woman hair stylist tries to conquer another male bastion
Kanat Sood, a beautician and hair stylist here completed haircuts of 500 clients in twelve hours to beat her male counterparts with speed and accuracy. ANI

Andhra Pradesh to use trained elephants to take on wild jumbos
Forest officials here are taking the help of trained elephants to counter a herd of wild jumbos that have killed four villagers in the region. ANI

Shibu Soren released from Dumka Jail
Former Union Minister Shibu Soren was released from the Dumka Central Jail on Saturday after the Delhi High Court acquitted him in connection with the case of murder of his private secretary, Shashi Nath Jha. ANI

Assamese singer campaigns to save Kaziranga National Park
Popular singer Zubeen Garg is leading a campaign of Assamese artistes to preserve the Kaziranga National Park, which is home to one horned rhinoceros. ANI

Children come together to create awareness about obesity
Hundreds of people joined a walk on Saturday to raise awareness about obesity and diseases. ANI

Salman arrested at Jodhpur airport
Bollywood actor Salman Khan was arrested at the Jodhpur airport today, a day after his plea for bail in connection with the 1998 Chinkara shooting case was rejected. ANI

River Ganga poses erosion threat to West Bengal villages
kchak (West Bengal), Aug 25 (ANIA swollen River Ganga is devouring its embankment and displacing residents of hundreds of villages along its course in West Bengal. ANI

Delhi-based AIDS group fails to sensitize sex workers
An AIDS awareness group here has said that it has had a tough time sensitizing sex workers about the dangers of HIV and the importance of safe sex. ANI

Use of Chinese fishing nets, a dying heritage in Kochi
With Kochi fast emerging as an Information Technology hub and business city, one of its oldest practices faces the possibility of extinction. ANI

Meet the dog in Kerala that dehusks coconuts
Jully, a female dog owned by a native of Vatakara near Keralas Calicut District, helps in dehusking coconuts. ANI

Security beefed up for Punjab CM Badal following threat
Police in Punjab have tightened the personal security of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal after intelligence reports of a threat to his life. ANI

Periodic safety drill conducted at Kalpakkam nuclear power plant
Authorities in Kalpakkam conducted a security and safety drill around the nuclear power facility. ANI

Salman to surrender in Jodhpur today
Bollywood actor Salman Khan, whose bail plea in connection with the 1998 Chinkara shooting case has been rejected, will surrender before a Jodhpur court today. ANI

Chandigarh anti-obesity association promotes healthy lifestyles
The Chandigarh-based Association for Study of Obesity (ASO) has started an initiative to help obese people overcome their problems related with weight. ANI

Amul Launches Chocolate Milk
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