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May 10, 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

International News for May 10, 2007

Women in Nepal will have to wait for their rights, says Koirala
Nepal Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala has said that nobodys rights will be established without holding Constituent Assembly elections. ANI

Tony Blair to resign on June 27
British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Thursday that he will step down as prime minister on June 27, after a decade in office. ANI

First genome of marsupial could help better human health
Researchers have announced the publication of the first genome of a marsupial, a part of South American species of opossum. The publication explains how important it is to understand all functional elements in the genome if we are to have the most complete toolbox possible to explore human biology and improve human health. ANI

WHO data shows low frequency of resistance to Tamil Flu
New data published by the World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed a low frequency of resistance to Tamiflu (oseltamivir) over 3 influenza seasons (2003 - 2006). ANI

Tax officials taking a cut out of hookers profits in Berlin!
Prostitutes in the German capital of Berlin have unusual visitors, as tax officials make trips to brothels to collect revenue from their earnings. ANI

Why being different can help you survive longer
Marla Sokolowski, a biologist at the University of Toronto and her team have identified the benefit of rarity in populations of fruit flies with two different versions of the foraging gene.The foraging gene can also be found in many organisms, including humans. ANI

Global warming to raise US temperatures by 10 degrees by 2080
A new study by NASA scientists has suggested that greenhouse-gas warming may raise average summer temperatures in the eastern United States by nearly 10 degrees Fahrenheit by the 2080s. ANI

Hottest extrasolar planets temperature is an unimaginable 3700 degrees
US astronomers have found what they say is the hottest extrasolar planet till date, a scalding 3700 degrees, on the side facing its star. ANI

Men more image conscious than women while driving!
Women drivers are not the only ones who use their rear-view mirrors to straighten their appearance while driving, for men do it just as often. ANI

Fish oil helps protect muscle mass
A new study by researchers at Universite Lavals Institute of Nutraceutics and Functional Foods, Canada, shows that omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil have a positive effect on the metabolism of muscle proteins. ANI

Football, not sex on UK fans mind every 12 minutes
Having sex, it seems, is not a priority in Britain, playing and thinking football is. ANI

ESAs Newton X-ray reveals new class of stellar explosions
The European Space Agencys (ESAs) XMM-Newton X-ray has identified a new class of stellar explosions - where the X-ray emissions live fast and die young. ANI

Blue collar workers at increased risk of liver cirrhosis
A study by researchers at the School of Population Health and Stockholm University has found that death rates among men from liver cirrhosis were double for manual or blue collar workers. ANI

Parents sex advice to teenage sons focuses more on the downside
A recent study has revealed that discussions on sex between parents and teenage boys focus more on the negative aspects of sex. ANI

Vaccine for genital warts proves safe in human trials
A clinical trial for treating the papilloma viruses responsible for genital warts has been proven safe in human trials, and the vaccine might be available in drug stores soon. ANI

Aziz to Pak Cabinet: No comment on judicial crisis
Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has barred his cabinet members from issuing statements on the ongoing judicial crisis. ANI

21 civilians killed in US air raid in Helmand in Afghanistan
At least 21 civilians were killed in air strike by the US-led coalition forces on Sangin District of Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday, said local officials. ANI

Pak bomb squad opts for `Samosa Break, instead of a bomb search
Looking for bombs it appears is not a priority for the Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) squad in Karachi. ANI

Lahore HC issues arrest warrants for Faisalabad she couple
The Lahore High Court (LHC) has issued non-bailable arrest warrants for a couple after a medical examination found the husband to be a woman. ANI

Toyota Prius voted UKs best-loved car
Japanese auto giant Toyotas hybrid green car, the Toyota Prius has been voted the most satisfying car to own in a recent poll. ANI

Oral sex increases throat cancer risk by 250%
You may not think that oral sex can put you at risk of being infected with a disease, but beware for a new study has found that people who have had more than five oral-sex partners in their lifetime are 250 percent more likely to have throat cancer. ANI

Hunt is still on for Al Qaeda in FATA: US Defense Secretary
The hunt is on for Al Qaeda leaders and remnants in Pakistans Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), claimed U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates during an interaction with a Congressional panel here on Wednesday. ANI

Pak imposes restrictions on SAARC visa exemption for India
Pakistan has imposed reciprocal restrictions on Indian nationals travelling on SAARC Visa Exemption Stickers in view of New Delhis continued breaching of guidelines and procedures agreed to by all member states. ANI

Supersonic winds swirling through Jupiter sized exoplanets atmosphere
Supersonic winds more than six times faster than those on Jupiter are blasting through the atmosphere of a Jupiter sized exoplanet 60 light years away in the constellation Vulpecula. ANI

Welsh Hindus to form a human chain to save a temple bull from slaughter
Hindus living in West Wales have decided to form a human chain to save Welsh bull from slaughter ANI

Modern medicine originated in Egypt, not Greece
The origins of modern medicine lay along the Nile in ancient Egypt and not with Hippocrates and the Greeks, a recent research by the KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology at the University of Manchester has revealed. ANI

Further evidence that water once flowed on Mars found
NASAs Spirit rover has found evidence of past volcanic activity on the Martian Plateau known as Home Plate, which astronomers say, supports earlier findings indicating presence of water either at or beneath the planets surface at some point of time. ANI

Scientists digitally scan dino footprints for future study
Palaeontologists have digitally scanned thousands of dinosaur footprints in the Spanish Pyrenees that were being eroded by the elements, for future study. ANI

Bentley Acquires TDV GmbH, Leader in Analysis and Design Software for Bridges
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Increasing Global Demand for Independent Tax Advisors Fuels Major Expansion of Taxand
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2007 BIO International Convention Surpasses Records and Brings the World to Boston
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ITC Finds Infringement of Lumileds' Patent Rights and Expands Scope of Exclusion Order to Bar Importation of Epistar's OMA, MB, and GB LED Products
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Tata Elxsi Adopts SonicsMX(TM) SMART Interconnect Solution for Its Digital Media Solutions Platform
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MPEG LA Announces Effort to Facilitate HD DVD Patent License
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