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November 18, 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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Badrinath shrine closes for winter brea
The Badrinath temple situated in the foothills of Garhwal Himalayas has been closed for winter, as a part of its tradition of remaining open for six-months. ANI

Senior citizens in Rajasthan adopt Gandhigiri to highlight their woes
Inspired by Mahatma Gandhis peaceful means of protests, senior citizens in Rajasthan are using similar non-violent ways to highlight their various problems, ranging from security to medical facilities. ANI

London Mayor Ken Livingstone arrives in India
Ken Livingstone, the Mayor of London, arrived today on six-day visit to India to strengthen bilateral ties between India and Britain, especially in the areas related to business, tourism, education, creative and film industries. ANI

INS Jalashwa takes centre stage at Navy Week celebrations in Orissa
The newly acquired amphibious assault ship from the US, that has been re-christened as INS Jalashwa, has become the centre of attraction at the Navy Week celebration of the Indian Navy here. ANI

Darjeeling tea producers fascinated with growing organic tea
Darjeeling is known world over for its special varieties of tea. With the Western people becoming increasing health conscious, the tea producers here are increasingly diversifying into non-traditional segments. ANI

HIV + widow claims medical expenses from her in-laws
A widow in her early twenties has accused her in-laws of fraud for marrying their HIV+ son to her despite having knowledge of his medical condition. ANI

Woman arrested for attempting to barge inside Sabarimala Temple
A woman was today arrested in front of Sabarimala Temple in Kerala, as she attempted to gatecrash into the revered hill shrine, where entry of women is barred. ANI

Quantitative section proves difficult for students to bell the CAT
Over two lakh students appeared for the annual Common Admission Test (CAT) on Sunday in different cities of India to get admission in the coveted Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), and found the quantitative section difficult. ANI

BJP-JD (S) power-sharing talks fail
A day before the Bharatiya Janata Party-Janata Dal (Secular) coalition government is scheduled to prove its majority in the Karnataka Assembly, the talks between newly appointed Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa and former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy over the 12-point MoU failed here today. ANI

Centre to rope in school students to stop vandalisation of monuments
The Union Culture Ministry will seek help of school students in the campaign against vandalisation of monuments. ANI

Master woodwork artist seeks Jharkhand Govts patronage
Perhaps not all master craftsmen or artists find their due place in life. Despite having a huge potential to astonish art lovers at national galleries, Jeetu Mistri of Jharkhands Palamu District is living nobodys life. ANI

Jharkhand Maoists holding public courts for local justice
In what is being seen as taking inspiration from Lok Adalat (or, the peoples court) being run in various parts of the country, Maoist organisations in Jharkhand are adopting the move to promote a positive image among locals. ANI

Master woodwork artist seeks Jharkhand Govts patronage
Perhaps not all master craftsmen or artists find their due place in life. Despite having a huge potential to astonish art lovers at national galleries, Jeetu Mistri of Jharkhands Palamu District is living nobodys life. ANI

Jharkhand Maoists holding public courts for local justice
In what is being seen as taking inspiration from Lok Adalat (or, the peoples court) being run in various parts of the country, Maoist organisations in Jharkhand are adopting the move to promote a positive image among locals. ANI

NCR students spread health, environment awareness through paintings
Thousands of students from over hundred schools of the National Capital Region (NCR) today took part in a painting competition to spread awareness on various health and environment related issues. ANI

Five Air India flights delayed at IGI; passengers stage protest
Several air travellers were stranded at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport here on Sunday morning, as at least five Air India flights were delayed by several hours due to some technical snag. ANI

One killed in BSF firing in Tripura
One person was killed and another seriously injured when the Border Security Force (BSF) opened fire to disperse angry mob during a skirmish on pushback of five Bangladeshi nationals. ANI

Mohammad Yunus becomes first Sakaal person of the year
Nobel laureate and doyen of rural credit, Muhammed Yunus has been felicitated with the first Sakaal Person of the Year award by Maharahstra-based Sakaal group of publications. ANI

Yeddiyurappa, Kumaraswamy likely to ink power-sharing MoU today
Newly appointed Karnataka Chief Minister B. S.Yeddiyurappa will meet Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) leader H D Kumaraswamy here today, a day before the coalition government is scheduled to prove its majority in the state assembly. ANI

Lions to go hi-tech, starts 'Cyber Lions Clubs'
'We are rebranding Lionism': Lion Mahendra Amarasuriya, The International President of International Association of Lions Clubs Solus Media

Lions ENT & Eye Care Centre and Computer Centre Foundation Stone laying function held
The Lions Club of Hyderabad the Andhra Pradesh's first and oldest Lions club which has completed 50 eyars and celebrating Golden Jubilee Celebrations today laid a foundation stone for two prestigious projects. Solus Media

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