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November 7, 2007

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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

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India News / Press Releases on November 7, 2007

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Pune residents lit one lakh earthen lamps before historic Shaniwarwada Fort
Pune residents heralded Diwali, the festival of lights, on Tuesday night here by lighting one lakh earthen lamps in front of the 18th century Shaniwarwada Fort during Deeponka Utsav. ANI

India condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan
India on Wednesday condemned the suicide attack in Afghanistans Pul-e-Khumri yesterday, and expressed deep grief over the loss of lives in the explosion. ANI

Daylong shutdown in Orissa against entry of retail giants
The entry of big coporate houses in the retail sector has evoked criticism for small traders in Orissa with business coming to a halt on Wednesday as traders called a shutdown to protest against it. ANI

Federalism is not only good politics, but also good economics: President
Pointing out that federalism helps in the judicious use of resources, increasing efficiency and better targeting of policies, President Pratibha Patil today said that this set up of governance is not only good politics, but it is also good economics. ANI

Pakistan may face suspension from Commonwealth
General Pervez Musharrafs decision to declare a state of emergency in Pakistan may result in suspension of the country from the Commonwealth. ANI

Over 400 shops gutted in Gwalior fire
Over 400 shops were gutted in a major fire that broke out at a firecracker market in Gwalior on Wednesday. ANI

A thief who gobbles up 20 kg of raw vegetables a day!
A man in Hardoi District of Uttar Pradesh has turned a big headache for local farmers due to his peculiar habit of chomping away raw vegetables from their fields. ANI

Agra Petha makers enjoying a brisk sale ahead of Diwali
A huge demand for popular Agras Petha or, the sweet ashgourd made of white pumpkin, has brought a big cheer on local traders face here. Enjoying a brisk sale, the Petha shopkeepers are a delighted lot this Diwali. ANI

Mauritius PM to be chief guest at Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2008
Vayalar Ravi, Minister of Overseas Indian Affairs said today that healthcare, education and empowerment of rural women will the focus of Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2008, and added that Dr Navinchandra Ramgoolam, Prime Minister of Mauritius will be the Chief Guest at the event. ANI

PDK protests killing of LTTE leader Thamilselvan
The Periyar Dravidar Kazhagam (PDK) party today protested in front of the Sri Lankan Consulate here against the killing of Tamil Tiger rebel political wing leader S.P. Thamilselvan. ANI

Jharkhand town mob ransacks army post
An enraged mob in Jharkhands Ramgarh district ransacked an army post on Wednesday after army men demolished a temple that was under construction. ANI

Orissa farmers protest diversion of irrigation water to industries
Thousands of farmers in Orissa today hit the roads to protest against the state governments decision to release Hirakud dam water to industries. ANI

10,000 kg sweets on sale for poor schools and AIDS patients in Coimbatore
Rotary Club in Coimbatore is selling 10,000 kilograms of sweets this Diwali to raise funds for poor schools and patients having dreaded diseases in rural areas here. ANI

Jammu Jail inmates ring in Diwali spirit with candles
On the eve of Diwali, the festival of lights, police officials at the Jammu District Jail in Amphalla, have appealed to the general public to reaccept inmates as reformed individuals who have completed their sentences. ANI

JD (U) MLA Anant Singh gets bail
A Patna court here today granted bail to Janta Dal (United) MLA Anant Kumar Singh in connection with alleged assault on scribes. Besides Anant Singh, six others were also granted bail by Chief Judicial Magistrate Raghvendra Singh. All were accused of manhandling of journalists. ANI

Common points between India, Switzerland can improve bilateral ties: Swiss President
Visiting Switzerland President Micheline Calmy-Rey today said that the two countries have some common points which can help them strengthen the bilateral relationship. ANI

Terrorism can trigger disasters across borders: PM
Terming terrorist attacks as manmade disasters, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said the threat of terrorism looms large over many parts of the region, which could trigger disasters across borders. ANI

Tension continues to prevail in Nandigram
Tension continued prevail in Nandigram, West Bengal, today, a day after fierce fighting between the members of Bhoomi Ucched Pratirodh Committee (BUPC) and CPI (M) activists.There were reports of fresh violence from a few pockets of Nandigram. However, IG (Law and Order) Raj Kanojia denied that any fresh incidents had taken place. ANI

Bangalore doctors successfully complete 40-hour-long surgery on child
Lakshmi, a two-year-old girl with eight limbs, has successfully come out of a 40-hour long complicated surgery that separated her from her parasitic conjoined twin. ANI

Pakistanis arriving in India give mixed reaction to emergency
Pakistanis arriving on the Indo-Pak peace bus in Amritsar have given a mixed reaction to President General Musharrafs decision to impose a state of emergency across their country. ANI

Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement activists protest human rights violation
Scores of activists of Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement (JKSM) took to the streets here on Tuesday to protest alleged human rights violations in the Kashmir Valley. ANI

Mamata to take to the streets over Nandigram violence
Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee will take to the streets from today to demand central intervention and the immediate dismissal of the government of West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee following a fresh outbreak of violence in Nandigram. ANI

Swiss President begins India visit, pays homage at Rajghat
Visiting Swiss President Micheline Calmy-Rey was given a ceremonial welcome in the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan this morning at the start of a four day state visit to India which is aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation in areas like energy, climate change, science and technology, besides trade and investment. ANI

PM to open Second Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction
Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh will inaugurate the Second Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction here today. ANI

RIICO signs MOA with IL&FS
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The Economist Special Report : India Has Much to Offer the World of Technology, But More Still to Gain From it
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Cholamandalam MS Risk Services Ltd. Wins "Risk Manager Of The Year" Award At Asia Insurance Industry Awards 2007
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RIICO Signs MOA with IL&FS
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Seminar on migration opportunity to Australia to be held in Bangalore
AK Migration & Visa Services in partnership with Comfort Leisure Private Limited are conducting migration seminars on Australian migration on the 10th and 11th of Nov at the Catholic Club, 22 Museum Road, Bangalore. Equator PR

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Bullion Market / Gold & Silver Prices on November 7, 2007

Mumbai Bullion Market

99.5 Purity Gold: Rs. 10735
99.9 Purity Gold: Rs. 10685
Silver (Kg): Rs. 20740

Delhi Bullion Market

Bar Silver (Kg): Rs. 20100
Sovereign: Rs. 8600
Standard gold: Rs. 10650

Kolkatta Bullion Market

Gold: Rs. 10860
Silver: Rs. 19100

Chennai Bullion Market

Bar Silver (Kg): Rs. 21100
24 carat gold (10 grams): Rs. 10520
22 carat gold (10 grams): Rs. 9750

Bullion Rates on November 7, 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 7, 2007

1 United States Dollar (USD) = 39.27 Indian National Rupees (INR)

1 GBP = 82.24 Indian National Rupees (INR)

1 Euro = 57.48 Indian National Rupees (INR)

100 Japanese Yens = 34.43 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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