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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

All India Bar Examination mandatory for law graduates to practice in India

It's desirable that China frees Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu:Japanese PM

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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All India Bar Examination mandatory for law graduates to practice in India
The Bar Council of India (BCI) has made All India Bar Examination (AIBE) mandatory for all law graduates, who have passed in the academic year 2009-10 to practice law in India. ANI

Chennai students urge Centre to proclaim Dr Kalam's birthday as Students' Day
Students launched a ma*s signature campaign here on Friday urging the Central Government to proclaim the day as Students Day on the occasion of former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalams birthday. ANI

India should focus on comprehensive defence capability build-up: Air Chief
The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal P.V. Naik, on Friday said India should focus on integrated and comprehensive defence capability build-up and not merely acquire capabilities to mere counter threat or in competition with another country. ANI

UPA Govt. focusing on welfare of farmers, women and minorities: Sonia Gandhi
Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Friday said the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government at the Centre is focusing on the welfare of farmers, women and minorities and in areas like health, education and employment generation. ANI

India will add 17 lakh metric tons of food storage capacity within five years: Thomas
Minister of State for Agriculture and Food K.V Thomas on Friday said India will add 17 lakh metric tons of food storage capacity within a period of five years in order to prevent the rotting of food grains that are stored in the open. ANI

India asks Nepalese political parties to form larger consensus
Expressing concern over Nepals failure to elect a new Prime Minister for nearly three months, India on Friday asked all the political parties in Nepal to come forward and form a larger consensus. ANI

India urges Sri Lanka to act decisively and devolve powers to Tamils
India has urged Sri Lanka to act decisively evolve powers to Tamils, which would help in winning the hearts and minds of the minority community, as promised by President Mahinda Rajapaksa before the Presidential elections. ANI

Election Commission in Bihar make printing business incur losses
Printing business incurred losses ahead of the elections in Bihar, as the Election Commission of India has prohibited handbills and posters for advertising during the electoral campaigns. ANI

Aerial seeding to enhance green cover in Mumbai!
The Brihan-Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will now enhance the green cover, as a private agency aims to sprinkle seeds over certain areas of the city. ANI

Mumbai will have world's largest diamond market
Diamond traders in Mumbai have geared up to have the worlds largest diamond market. ANI

Vulture conservation campaign in Uttarakhand
The Jim Corbett Vulture Conservation organization educated the people on the importance of vultures to the environment through the Ramleela in Uttarakhands Ramnagar District. ANI

In Maharashtra devotees hurl children from height for good health
As part of a ritual in a temple in Maharashtras Jalna town, children were hurled from a height of 40 feet in the belief that it would enhance the kids physical health and stamina. ANI

East China dino museum is world's largest
A museum in East Chinas Shandong Province has been recognized as the worlds largest museum dedicated to dinosaurs. ANI

Two Maoists killed in Chhattisgarh encounter
Police officials gunned down two Maoist rebels in an encounter during a search operation in Jamul area of Chhattisgarhs Durg District on Friday. ANI

Rain may wreck ODI match between India and Australia in Kochi
Heavy rains may disrupt the One-Day International (ODI) match between India and Australia in Kochi. ANI

Manmohan Singh meets Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa in New Delhi
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa here on Friday. ANI

Krishna says China should respect India's sensitivities
Against the backdrop of certain recent Chinese actions that amount to questioning Jammu and Kashmirs integration with India, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on Friday hoped that Beijing would maintain neutrality on the affairs related to the State. ANI

Omar Abdullah said nothing objectionable on J-K accession, says Krishna
External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on Friday said that Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has not said anything objectionable in his latest statement that the state had acceded and not merged with the Union of India. ANI

Krishna says outsourcing issue will be taken up during Obama's India visit
External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on Friday said India will raise concerns expressed by its IT industry over the US curbs on outsourcing during US President Barack Obamas maiden visit to India. ANI

150 Mercedes cars sold in a day in Aurangabad
Maharashtras Aurangabad district is now in the limelight for the affluence of its residents evident from the fact that they franchised 150 Mercedes Benz cars in one day. ANI

PDP has reservations on Kashmir interlocutor nominations
Lashing out at the Centre for its choice of Kashmir interlocutors, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehb*ba Mufti has said it has dampened the atmosphere of hope generated by the recent all-party delegation. ANI

Yoga Guru Ramdev meets Buddhist monks in Dharamshala
Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev met Buddhist Monks in Dharamshala and told them the importance of Yoga. ANI

Bihar polls: Notification for fifth phase issued
The notification for the fifth phase of the six-phased State Assembly elections in Bihar was issued here today. ANI

Loudest cheers for Sheila, Kalmadi booed again at CWG closing ceremony
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit got the loudest cheers at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium during the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony. ANI

India, Russia joint military exercise begins
To enhance the defence cooperation and military-to-military relations between the two armies, India and Russian joint military exercises focusing on counter- terrorism training began on Friday at Chaubattia in Uttarakhand. ANI

IndiaMART.com Provides Global Stage to SMEs
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Updates to LifeSize Video Center Facilitate Easier and More Widespread HD Video Conferencing Recording and Viewing
Business Wire India

G4S Supports England Team at Commonwealth Games
Business Wire India

Sterlite Industries (India) Limited Notice of the Second Quarter and Half Year Results
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