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June 10, 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 June 10, 2007

Kin of Indian engineer kidnapped in Nigeria pray for his release
Family members of an Indian engineer abducted in Nigeria have appealed the government to secure his early release. ANI

Modi shows renewed aggressiveness as his government completes 4 years
On occasion of completing its four year rule, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today showed renewed aggressiveness and lashed out at the Congress for trying to draw mileage from the 2005 fake encounter case. ANI

Assamese traders hit by frequent ULFA attacks
The frequent attacks by the rebel United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) have severely jeopardised business and trade in the State. ANI

Kin of human trafficking victims seek Government intervention
While two Orissa youths managed to escape from the clutches of a human trafficking racket in Malaysia, kin of those still stuck there have appealed to the government to intervene. ANI

Worlds first broadband service minus porn launched in Hyderabad
An IT firm here today launched a broadband service claiming that it will be free from any kind of porn websites. ANI

Amritsar joins race with Chandigarh for Indias first smoke-free city
Amritsar that houses the sacred Golden Temple for the Sikhs worldwide is in contention with Chandigarh to become countrys first smoke free city. ANI

5 killed in Chandigarh shed collapse
At least five persons were killed when a concrete shed collapsed in a gain market here this evening. ANI

Death toll of Indians killed in Oman cyclone reaches four
With deaths of two more Indians confirmed in Oman cyclone, the toll of Indians killed has risen to four. ANI

Intense heat wave sweeps north India
Entire north India is reeling under a intense heat wave, as temperature has soared to around 44 degree Celsius from Jaipur in Rajasthan to Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh. ANI

J-K government imposes night curfew along Indo-Pak border
The Jammu and Kashmir Government today ordered night curfew along the Indo-Pak border of the state, following intelligence reports suggesting infiltration from other side of the border. ANI

BJP suspends two Gujjar MLAs in Rajasthan
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday suspended two members of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly belonging to the Gujjar community for going against the party agenda. ANI

Assam MLAs, AUDF chief taken into preventive custody
Assam United Democratic Front (AUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind leader Arshad Madani and three MLAs from the state were today taken into preventive custody in Nagoan District. ANI

Tension grips Manipur town after community clash leaves 11 dead
The clashes between United Liberation Front of Manipur and Kuki tribals have taken lives of at least 11 people in Manipur. ANI

Unique food grain banks rescue starved Bihar villagers
A unique concept of food-grain banks has helped thousands of poverty stricken women in Bihar fight starvation and indebtedness. ANI

Bhutanese refugees passage through India will cause problems: Pranab
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said that the demand by the Bhutanese refugees in Nepal for passage through Indian territory to return to their homeland would cause serious law and order problems in West Bengal. ANI

Jaipurs Jantar Mantar, Srinagars Dal Lake are endangered sites: US survey
Heritage sites in Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir are among the five Indian sites included in the list of 100 most endangered sites of the world. ANI

Tension grips Manipur town after community clash leaves 11 dead
The clashes between United Liberation Front of Manipur and Kuki tribals have taken lives of at least 11 people in Manipur. ANI

Unique food grain banks rescue starved Bihar villagers
A unique concept of food-grain banks has helped thousands of poverty stricken women in Bihar fight starvation and indebtedness. ANI

Bhutanese refugees passage through India will cause problems: Pranab
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said that the demand by the Bhutanese refugees in Nepal for passage through Indian territory to return to their homeland would cause serious law and order problems in West Bengal. ANI

Jaipurs Jantar Mantar, Srinagars Dal Lake are endangered sites: US survey
Heritage sites in Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir are among the five Indian sites included in the list of 100 most endangered sites of the world. ANI

Indore man relishes eating bulbs, embers and sand
Believe it or not, a twenty-year-old man in Indore has a penchant to munch electrical bulbs, relish sand, walk on embers and performing many dare-devil acts that most of us may find too weird to emulate. ANI

Visit Rohtang Pass to enjoy snow in summer
While people across India are finding it too difficult to come out of their homes complaining sweltering heat, tourists in Himachal Pradeshs Rohtang Pass are enjoying the summer playing with snow balls. ANI

Patna doctors remove bottle from a patients stomach
Many of us may have heard of jokes telling how an operation scissor, hand glove or pen was left out in a patients stomach. But Patna doctors recently had a tough time attending to a patient complaining stomachache due to a bottle! ANI

Fear psychosis grips Assamese following ULFA killings
A psychosis of fear seems to have gripped the majority of Assamese following the targeted killing of innocent civilians by the banned United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA). ANI

Naga youth take a liking to Chess
It is not only football, but chess as well that has caught themagination of youth in Nagaland. ANI

Efforts on to restore electricity supply disrupted by Maoists in Chhattisgarh
Repair work is going on in full swing in Chhattisgarh to restore electricity supply following attack by Maoists on power lines in the region on June 1. ANI

India sends tough message to US on nuke deal
Sending a tough message to the Untied States on the civilian nuclear deal with India, External Affairs Minister Paranab Mukherjee today asked Washington not to shift its problems relating to the landmark deal to New Delhi. ANI

Defence medical team to reach Kerala today to combat chikungunya
A team of doctors and other staff from armed and para-military forces will reach Kerala today to combat the spread of viral fever, chikungunya, which has so far killed about 40 people and inflicted over 10, 000 in the state. ANI

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