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November 14, 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 November 14, 2007

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36 children presented National Child Awards
A total of 36 children were presented National Child Awards for their outstanding achievements by the Ministry of Women and Child Development in the age group of 4 to 15 years here on Wednesday. ANI

Indian Navys soft gesture for physically challenged children touches all
To mark the Childrens Day, Indian Navy on Wednesday organised a picnic for the physically challenged children at an amusement park in the national capital.In an effort to bring smiles on the faces of the special children, the navy organised a day out for them, which the kids seemed to enjoy to the hilt and were seen enjoying several rides. ANI

Stormy Winter session of Parliament set to begin from Thursday
The Winter session of Parliament will begin from Thursday, which is expected to be one of the stormy session owing to the debates on issues like Nandigram violence, Indo-US civil nuke deal and the problems faced by farmers. ANI

On Chhat Puja eve, sales of devotional songs CDs peak in Bihar
Sale of devotional music cassettes, CDs and imported fruits are on the rise in the eastern part of India, mainly Bihar and neighbouring areas of Uttar Pradesh, ahead of the Chhat Puja. ANI

West Bengal CM announces Rs 1 crore compensation for Nandigram victims
After justifying the violence in Nandigram during CPI (M)s cadres bid to control the area, West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, today announced a relief and rehabilitation package of one crore rupees for the farmers there. ANI

India expresses concern over proliferation of WMDs
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday termed the proliferation of weapons of mass destructions (WMDs) as the worlds most critical challenge, and expressed concern over the possibility of it falling into the hands of terrorists. ANI

West Bengals civil society comes out in large number to protest Nandigram massacre
Thousands of people from varied field, including the intelligentsia, took out a protest march here on Wednesday against the violence in West Bengals Nandigram area. Demonstrators marched through the streets of Kolkata streets carrying placards and raising slogans against the Left Front Government headed by Chief Minister Buddhabed Bhattacharjee. ANI

Pranab hopeful of a positive outcome during Fridays UPA-Left meeting
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday hinted at the thaw between the UPA and the Left Front over the contentious Indo-US civil nuclear deal, and stated that he was hopeful of something positive to come out from the Fridays meeting with the Left leaders. ANI

Shakeel Ahmad releases special stamps on Childrens Day
Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology, Shakeel Ahmad, today released a set of two postage stamps, a miniature, a first day cover and three maxim cards on the occasion of Childrens Day. ANI

Cyclone alert sounded in Orissa
A high alert has been issued today in the coastal areas of Orissa, as a severe cyclonic storm is set to approach the coast from the Bay of Bengal. ANI

Rubeena Tabasum, a blooming role model for women in Jammu and Kashmir
Rubeena Tabasum of Chadoora in Jammu and Kashmirs Budgam District today represents a small-town success story perfect enough to attract any film producers attention. ANI

Kerala man carving record Bhagwad Gita less than a centimetre in size
A man in Keralas Alappuzha District is preparing a mini-edition of Hindu epic Bhagwad Gita etched on thin silver strips, each measuring 8 millimetres in size and weighing six grams in total. ANI

China urges US to stop arms sales to Taiwan
China has urged the United States to immediately cancel arms sale programs, stop arms sales and military links with Taiwan. ANI

China needs to open up more to benefit in the long term, say officials
Officials involved with foreign affairs in China have said that country needs to further abandon its conservative shackles to benefit in the long term. ANI

Science Safari screened on Childrens Day
Children of the Anglo-Arabic School in Ajmeri Gate, New Delhi, enjoyed the screening of Science Safari in the presence of Union Minister for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Kapil Sibal, on the occasion of the Childrens Day today. ANI

China to play constructive role on Myanmar issue
China has said that it will continue to play a constructive role on the Myanmar issue. ANI

Rural Development Minister to open SARAS-2007
Rural Development Minister Raghuvansh Prasad Singh will inaugurate the annual SARAS MELA 2007 at Pragati Maidan here today. ANI

President to inaugurate 27th India International Trade Fair 2007
President Pratibha Patil will inaugurate the 27th India International Trade Fair (IITF) 2007 at Pragati Maidan here today. ANI

Renuka Chowdhury to give National Child Awards
Renuka Chowdhury, Minister of Women and Child Development, will give away National Child Awards to 36 children for exceptional achievements here today. ANI

Arjun Singh to inaugurate Childrens Assembly
Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh will inaugurate a Childrens Assembly and Integration Camp here today. ANI

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Openbravo Targets Indian Market with New Training Initiative
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Gati Joins Hands with Air India to Launch its Dedicated Freighter Service
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Chotte Daam mein Badi Suraksha!
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Satyam Launches the Next Generation Enterprise Applications Delivery Model: Software as a Service (SaaS) for SMEs
Satyam launches SaaS for SMEs, partners with NASSCOM and FAPSIA to promote the IT adoption among the SMEs Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide

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Bullion Market / Gold & Silver Prices on November 14, 2007

Mumbai Bullion Market

99.5 Purity Gold: Rs. 10365
99.9 Purity Gold: Rs. 10315
Silver (Kg): Rs. 19750

Delhi Bullion Market

Bar Silver (Kg): Rs. 19200
Sovereign: Rs. 8525
Standard gold: Rs. 10360

Kolkatta Bullion Market

Gold: Rs. 10470
Silver: Rs. 19000

Chennai Bullion Market

Bar Silver (Kg): Rs. 19550
Retail: Rs. 20900
24 carat gold (10 grams): Rs. 10240
22 carat gold (10 grams): Rs. 9490

Bullion Rates on November 14, 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 November 14, 2007

1 United States Dollar (USD) = 39.33 Indian National Rupees (INR)

1 GBP = 81.7 Indian National Rupees (INR)

1 Euro = 57.67 Indian National Rupees (INR)

100 Japanese Yens = 35.35 Indian National Rupees (INR)

All Forex Rates of November 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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