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June 7, 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 7, 2007

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Thousands of AIADMK workers arrested in Tamil Nadu
Thousands of AIADMK supporters, who have been protesting against DMKs alleged defamatory comments against their leader Jayalalithaa, have been arrested across Tamil Nadu. ANI

Shiv Sena leader forces former bar girls out of their homes in Mumbai
Ram Repale, a member of the Thane Municipal Corporation, belonging to the Shiv Sena has forcefully evicted hundreds of bar girls from their homes in Mumbais Kisan Nagar locality. ANI

Admission of six HIV-positive kids rejected again by a Kerala school
Six HIV-positive children have been denied admission into Mar Dionysius Lower Primary School School in Kerelas Kottayam District for the second time, despite State Governments assurance that they would be allowed to rejoin the school in new academic year that began on June 4. ANI

1993 Mumbai blasts: Conspirator gets life term
A special TADA court here today sentenced to life imprisonment Shaikh Ali Shaikh Umar, who was convicted for his involvement in the conspiracy behind the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts. ANI

Hooch brews thrive in Uttar Pradesh, despite crackdowns
Hooch breweries continue to thrive in Uttar Pradesh, despite frequent crackdowns by the enforcement agencies. ANI

Kashmiris pray for peace at a three-day congregation
Kashmiris from across the Jammu and Kashmir prayed for peace during a three-day congregation at Baba Nagri to mark the 119th death anniversary of a revered religious leader Baba Obaidul Allah. ANI

Monsoon brings back fear of floods in Mumbai
With monsoon on the verge of hitting Mumbai, slum dwellers fear a repeat of the 2005 floods, which killed over 70 people. ANI

By gagging media Musharraf will strengthen his dictatorship: ACHR
The Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) has criticised Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf for censoring media in the country by introducing draconian Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Amendment) Ordinance 2007. ANI

One Indian among 12 killed in Oman cyclone(lead: Cyclone)
One Indian was killed, and eight others are reported to be missing in the super-cyclone Gonu that lashed Oman on Wednesday. ANI

Over 19,000 crore rupees approved for cooperative development: Pawar
Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar today said that an amount of 19, 640 crore rupees has been approved for various cooperative development schemes in the country during the 11th five-year plan. ANI

Rs 20 million looted from a Ranchi bank
Robbers today looted the main branch of the Syndicate Bank in Ranchi and decamped with 20 million rupees (500,000 dollars).There were six robbers who held the employees and customers captive while emptying cash vaults of the bank, which is located in the busy Albert Ekka Square, barely 300 meters from a police station.They (robbers) took the customers and employees captive and made them sit on the ground in a room. The forcibly took the keys from the bank manager and emptied the locker of all its contents. It seems they have decamped with some rupees 20 million, said Ranchi Superintendent of Police, Richard Lakda. ANI

Praful Patel conferred doctorate degree by Leeds University
The Leeds Metropolitan University of the United Kingdom today conferred an honorary doctorate degree on the Minister for Civil Aviation, Praful Patel. ANI

Top brass of Maharashtra police feel the pulse of lower ranks
Alarmed at the rise in cases of suicide among its lower ranks, the Maharashtra Police has asked its top brass to open their doors and allow their subordinates to come forward and discuss their problems. ANI

Pargo Foods Limited seeks technology transfer from Australian firm
Pargo Foods Limited, a Punjab-based producer of frozen vegetables, is seeking technology transfer from an Australian firm, to multiply its annual sales turnover. ANI

Are Hefners praises for his girlfriend all lies?
Playboy boss Hugh Hefner may land in the doghouse with one of his girlfriends Kendra Wilkinson, for praising an article that had negative comments about her, instead of slamming it as promised. ANI

Ray Mali appointed acting President of ICC
Cricket South Africa (CSA) president Ray Mali was on Thursday appointed as the Acting President of the International Cricket Council (ICC) following the death of Percy Sonn last month. ANI

Allahabad HC reserves order on Big B farm issue
The Allahabad High Court today reserved its order on Bollywood cinestar Amitabh Bachchans petition seeking a quashing of the Faizabad Courts order of cancelling allotment of a farmland to him in Uttar Pradeshs Barabanki District. ANI

Oman cyclone: Control room set up for Indians
India has today set up two control rooms to ascertain the safety of its nationals in Oman after a supercyclone hit that countrys eastern coast yesterday. One Indian was killed and eight others are reported missing. ANI

Sangli acquisition to boost ICICIs rural, agri portfolio
The acquisition of the Sangli Bank by, the countrys largest private lender, ICICI Bank, is all set to boost the latters rural and agri portfolio in the banking sector, as its fifty per cent presence is in the rural belt of the country. ANI

Occupants of dilapidated buildings in Mumbai refuse to vacate ANI

Seven Orissa youth fail to get jobs in Malaysia
Dreams of lucrative careers abroad have turned sour for seven unemployed youngsters from Nikirai Palli, Mangalpur, Dhumat, Indupur and Raghunathpur villages in Orissas Kendarpara District.Gayadhar Rout, Maheswar Rout, Tara Charan Behera, Arikit Sahoo, Ajay Kumar Swain, Jay Prasad Jena and Manoj Mallick went to Malaysia after being assured of decent jobs in Kuala Lampurs Omega Wood industry by a Bhubaneswar-based placement agency, Niyukti Bharati. ANI

Bikaner artists campaign for Taj Mahals inclusion in new wonders list
Artists in Bikaner are painting their bodies with pictures of the Taj Mahal in a bid to have the 17th century monument included in the new Seven Wonders of the World list. I am getting my face and body painted to convince people to vote for the Taj Mahal. I roam around the city everyday and appeal to people to vote, said Mohsin, an artist.These artists are also planning a nation-wide campaign in favour of the monument. ANI

Drinking Oolong tea can help fight obesity
If you want to get rid of some of that flab, then you better start drinking tea, for boffins in China have found that the drink can help obese people win the battle against the bulge. ANI

E-governance simplifying life for Punjab villagers
With e-governance gaining popularity in most cities of India, the user-friendly single-window disposal helpline system is all set to revolutionise the rural sector in Punjab. ANI

Chinese silk exporters face anti-dumping suit from India
Indias Central Silk Board asked a tribunal in New Delhi to review the ruling on an anti-dumping case over Chinese imports. ANI

Chinese now more tolerant about premarital sex
The Chinese have become more tolerant about premarital sex,claims a survey. ANI

Manipuris demand end to harassment from insurgents
Annoyed with unabated violent activities and a terror-filled life, a large number of Manipuris employed with various companies have joined hands in protest against the harassment meted out by a handful of insurgent groups here. ANI

Mussoorie, Queen of Hill stations, fast losing its charm
), June 7 (ANIMussoorie, the popular resort in the foothills of the Himalayan ranges, is fast losing its reputation as the queen of hill stations. ANI

After DJ Aqueel, Percept MD detained for possessing ecstasy in Dubai
The Managing Director of Percept Holdings, Harindra Singh, and two of his associates have been booked on the charges of carrying ecstasy pills in Dubai. ANI

BALCO workers solemnise wedding of poor Chhattisgarh girl
Samaritan employees of Bharat Aluminium Company Limited (BALCO) pooled in their resources to solemnise the wedding of Sarita Das, a poor girl from Risda Bhadrapara village in Chhattisgarhs Korba District. ANI

Manipur shopkeepers down shutters over rebel extortionist demands
Shopkeepers and small-time businessmen in remote Manipur have reportedly downed the shutters of their respective establishments in the wake of rebel extortionist demands. ANI

Congress legislators to decide on new Goa Chief Minister
A meeting of Congress legislators is scheduled to be held here today to decide who will be Goas new Chief Minister. ANI

Make Raymajhi Commission Report public: Prachanda
Maoist Chairman Prachanda has demanded that the Raymajhi Commissions Report, which is assumed to have given a clean chit to King Gyanendra for the crackdown on a pro-democracy agitation last year, be made public. ANI

100-member youth delegation to visit China today
A 100-member youth delegation, led by the Department of North-East Region (DoNER), will begin a ten-day visit to China from today. ANI

Allahabad HC to hear Big Bs land allotment case petition
The Allahabad High Court will today hear a petition filed by actor Amitabh Bachchan challenging a Faizabad Court order that scrapped his ownership of a farmland in Uttar Pradeshs Barabanki District. ANI

India's Largest Event on Podcasting Happening in Chennai!
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Monster India launches Video Resume
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Keynotes of Inaugural address by H.D Kumaraswamy, Chief Minister, Government of Karnataka, at Bangalore Bio 2007
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Keynotes of Inaugural address by Shri P Chidambaram, Union Minister of Finance, at Bangalore Bio 2007
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Keynotes of Inaugural address Kiran Mazumdar Shaw,Chairman and MD, Biocon, at Bangalore Bio 2007
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Growth in the European Industrial Wood Coatings Markets Hinges on the Increased Importance of Radcure and Waterborne Coatings
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Bangalore Bio 2007 calls for Drug Discovery for Curing Diseases of the 21st Century
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Forex Rates on June 7, 2007

1 United States Dollar (USD) = 40.63 Indian National Rupees (INR)

1 GBP = 81.01 Indian National Rupees (INR)

1 Euro = 54.89 Indian National Rupees (INR)

100 Japanese Yens = 33.49 Indian National Rupees (INR)

All Forex Rates of June 2007

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