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July 5, 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

India News / Press Releases on July 5, 2007

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Hopes fade for trapped Jaipur boy
Hopes are fading for the survival of six-year old boy, Suraj, who fell into a borewell in Nimada near Jaipur, even though rescue operation is on a full swing. ANI

Manmohan calls Brown, assures cooperation in UK terror plot probe
Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has spoken to his British counterpart Gordon Brown, and has assured him of all possible help in its investigation of the aborted car bomb plot, in which two Indian doctors have been arrested. ANI

Armys motorcycle expedition team returns from Siachen trip
Twelve motorcycle-born Indian Army personnel who undertook a high-altitude expedition of the Himalayas has returned here, after making a trip to Siachen Glacier, the worlds highest battleground. ANI

Mahatmas letter with Christies is not his last, claims Gandhis granddaughter
The granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi, Tara Gandhi, has said that the letter, which was claimed to be Mahatma Gandhis last letter by the Christies, is neither Gandhis last letter nor a letter altogether but only documents. ANI

Bhim Singh urges Pratibha Patil to retire from presidential contest
Chief of Jammu and Kashmir Panthers Party, Bhim Singh, today sent a letter to UPA-Lefts presidential nominee, Pratibha Patil, asking her to retire from the presidential race in the wake of allegations. ANI

Cabinet nod to strengthen manpower agreement with Qatar
The Union Cabinet today gave its approval for signing Additional Protocol to the agreement on the regulation of the employment of Indian manpower between Qatar and India. ANI

IAFs world microlight expedition running behind schedule
Two pilots of the Indian Air Force (IAF), who are on a world tour aboard a microlight aircraft which they envisage to complete the circumnavigation of the Earth in a record 64 days, are presently flying behind schedule due to bad weather, which they faced over China. ANI

CCEA approves budgetary assistance to 13 sick public sector enterprises
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) today approved a budgetary support of 77.25 crore rupees to 13 central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) towards liquidating their outstanding statutory dues, salary and wages for the period up to March 31. ANI

Cabinet nod to Indias participation in thermonuclear experimental reactor
The Union Cabinet today approved Indias participation in International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), at a base cost of 2500 crore rupees. ANI

Vice Presidents election to be held on August 10
The Election Commission today announced that polling to elect the next Vice President will be held on August 10. ANI

CCEA extends National TB Control project for five years
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) today gave its approval for continuation of the Revised National TB Control Project (RNTCP) for five years - - from April 2007 to March 2012 - - in the States of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Uttranchal. ANI

Hundreds of villagers rescued in flood-hit Gujarat
Hundreds of villagers in flood-affected areas of Gujarats Pattan District were rescued by Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel here on Thursday. ANI

CCEA approves continuation of National Mission on Bamboo Applications
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) today gave its approval for continuation of the National Mission on Bamboo Applications (NMBA) till November, 2009 in the Eleventh Plan, with in the approved outlay of Rs.100 crore. ANI

Indias share in global diabetes research is one percent
Not enough work is being done on diabetes research in India, even though the country remains one of the most affected by the spread of the disease. Indian scientists have published only one percent of the research works published globally. ANI

Ludhiana hosts Buddhist food festival
A Buddhist food festival was recently organised at Ludhianas Majestic Park Plaza. ANI

Oldest couple to bless Dalai Lama
The Tibetan parliament-in-exile has extended an invitation to the oldest couple in Himachal Pradesh to bless Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama on his 72nd birthday on Friday. ANI

Kin of detained Indian doctor say he is innocent
Family members of Sabeel Ahmed, the Indian doctor detained in Liverpool over last Saturdays foiled UK bomb plot, say he is innocent. ANI

Taj Mahal campaign draws more people
With the final day of declaring the new Seven Wonders of the World round the corner, the campaign for Agras Taj Mahal appears to have overwhelmed people beyond the reach of Internet world. ANI

Cabinet approves setting up of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology
The Union Cabinet has approved the setting up of the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology at Jias in Uttar Pradeshs Rai Bareli District. ANI

Cabinet approves setting up of Pan-African e-Network Project
The Union Cabinet today gave its approval for the setting up of the Pan-African Network in 53 countries of the African Union at a cost of Rs. 542.90 crores. ANI

Allahabad man curves 25 one rupee coins by thumb!
A 35-year-old yoga practitioner here left many people in utter disbelief when he curved 25 one rupee coins by his thumb in one go at the Lord Hanuman Temple near river Ganges. ANI

Curative qualities of Tamil Nadus Kuttralam waterfalls
If you want a good massage, a bath under a medicinal waterfall, followed by a good south Indian meal and rounded off by a good sleep at a comfortable resting place, visit Kuttralam in Tamil Nadu. ANI

Toddler falls in to a 140-feet deep bore well in Jaipur
The Army today joined efforts to rescue a two-and-a-half-year-old Suraj Banjara, who fell in to a 140-feet deep bore well in Nimoda near Jaipur. ANI

Cabinet approves India-Kuwait MoU on Manpower Development
The Union Cabinet today gave its ex-post facto approval for the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Labour, Employment and Manpower Development between Kuwait and India. ANI

Kerala swimmer Muraleedharan to swim across English Channel
S P Muraleedharan, a famous long-distance swimmer of Kerala, is aiming to cross the English Channel, a 21-mile course between England and France, for a second time. ANI

Iraq Oil-for-food scam: Natwars documents seeking plea rejected
The Delhi High Court today dismissed petitions of former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh and his son Jagat Singh, who have been indicted by the Justice R S Pathak probe Report on the Iraqs oil-for-food scam, seeking direction to the Enforcement Directorate to provide them with all documents relating to the scam. ANI

USS Nimitz leaves Indian shores
The nuclear-powered USS Nimitz, whose arrival in Indian waters had been strongly opposed by the Left and other opposition political parties and environmentalists, left Indian waters at around 10.00 a.m. ANI

Three militants shot down by army in Gangerbal District
Security forces shot dead three Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militants after an eight hour-long encounter in Jammu and Kashmirs Gangerbal District. ANI

Coimbatore Muslims court arrest demanding reservation in govt. jobs and colleges
Thousands of Muslims courted arrest here demanding reservation in government jobs and higher education institutions. ANI

Gold worth 1.8 million rupees seized from Sri Lankans in Chennai
Custom authorities here have arrested two Sri Lankan nationals and seized gold worth 1.8 million rupees from them. ANI

Modi undertakes aerial survey of flood-hit Gujarat
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi undertook an aerial survey of some parts of his flood-hit state on Wednesday, even as floodwaters continued to inundate villages and farmlands. ANI

Sindhi writer Hari Motwanis ashes scattered in Indus
The ashes of Sindh-born Indian writer Hari Motwani have been scattered into the Indus river near Kotri as per his will. ANI

Pratibha Patil to kick off campaign in Kerala
UPA-Left presidential nominee Pratibha Patil will kick off her election campaign here today for the July 19 presidential elections. ANI

Metso Paper to Supply Deinking Plant Equipment to Subburaj Papers
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'Haute Trail'- Men's Extravaganza at Lifestyle
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Rising Awareness of Telepresence Creates Significant Growth Opportunities
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Akamai's Services Support Malayala Manorama to Achieve a Prestigious Fourth Position in the World's Most Popular Online Newspapers
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Boost from Pharmaceutical and Nutraceutical Markets to Drive the Analytical Laboratory Services Market
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Kingfisher Airlines and Continental Airlines Announce Comprehensive Partnership
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Demonstrating Value Created by In-Silico Solutions to Help Maximise Virtual Screening Opportunities in Drug Discovery
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STG Launches 'Final Touch' for Budding Software Developers
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Raga to Rock Records Releases 'Vinati' - a Spiritual Experience from Tarana
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Ananda Raju Vegesna Joins Sify Board of Directors
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Also see International News / Press Releases on July 5, 2007

Bullion Market / Gold & Silver Prices on July 5, 2007

Mumbai Bullion Market

99.5 Purity Gold: Rs. 8675
99.9 Purity Gold: Rs. 8625
Silver (Kg): Rs. 17490

Delhi Bullion Market

Bar Silver (Kg): Rs. 17250
24 carat gold (10 grams): Rs. 8760

Kolkatta Bullion Market

Gold: Rs. 8650
Silver: Rs. 17200

Indore Bullion Market

Gold (10 grams): Rs. 8910
Silver (1Kg): Rs. 18750

Bhopal Bullion Market

Gold (10 grams): Rs. 9150
Silver (1Kg): Rs. 18750

Chennai Bullion Market

Bar Silver (Kg): Rs. 17110
24 carat gold (10 grams): Rs. 8665
22 carat gold (10 grams): Rs. 8030

Bullion Rates on July 5, 2007 for All Major Indian Cities

Bullion prices presented here are indicative and are for general information only. Please check with your Gold Merchant or a local bank for latest and correct prices. All prices are in Indian National Rupees only.

Forex Rates on July 5, 2007

1 United States Dollar (USD) = 40.46 Indian National Rupees (INR)

1 GBP = 81.55 Indian National Rupees (INR)

1 Euro = 55.09 Indian National Rupees (INR)

100 Japanese Yens = 32.95 Indian National Rupees (INR)

All Forex Rates of July 2007

Forex Rates presented here are historic data and for indicative purpose only. Please contact your Central Bank, Money Changers, Foreign Exchange Agent or Travel Desk for the correct and accurate convertion rates. Rates here are the closing rates in IST.

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