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May 26, 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 26, 2007

Nepal coalition parties agree for second amendment in interim Constitution
After a day long deliberations in Baluwatar, Nepal ruling coalition parties agreed for a second amendment in the interim Constitution on Saturday. ANI

Sindh High Court constitutes larger bench to hear May 12 Karachi violence case
Taking suo moto notice of the May 12 violence in Karachi, Chief Justice of the Sindh High Court, Sabihuddin Ahmed, on Saturday constituted a larger bench of seven judges to hear the case. ANI

Musharraf says extremism biggest menace for Pakistan
Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf on Saturday said that Pakistans desire for peace in the region should not be regarded as a weakness. ANI

Scotlands Curry Queen enjoys her spice of life again
Scotlands Curry Queen, Shaheen Unis, is back in business with plans to expand her empire after her factory was gutted by a fire. ANI

Australian version of Koran produced
An Australian version of the Koran has been produced by a key supporter of the controversial Sheik Taj al-Din al-Hilali. ANI

Pentagon warns of Chinas military build-up
A report prepared by the Pentagon has said that China is aggresively building up its military profile with the objective of launching pre-emptive strikes. ANI

Govt striving to import gas from Iran: Musharraf
Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf has said that his government is striving to import gas from Iran, as the country was consuming more energy with the growing economy. ANI

Brit Indian mother delivers baby in two minutes
A British Indian woman has created the record of delivering the worlds fastest baby - in just under two minutes. ANI

Now, U.S. military records available online
U.S. military records spanning more than four centuries, from the 1600s to the Vietnam War, are now available online, according to the website ANI

Pradip Paudel elected as Nepal Students Union President
Pro-republican candidate Pradip Paudel was elected as the new President of the Nepali Congress (NC) affiliated Nepal Students Union (NSU) on Saturday. ANI

GPS could offer better fault line mapping
Global positioning systems (GPS) could help identify the places most at risk of devastating earthquakes. ANI

Nepal eight-party meeting on polls underway
A crucial Nepal eight-party meeting to decide fresh dates for the Constituent Assembly elections got underway at Baluwatar this morning. ANI

New fabrication technique yields nanoscale UV LEDs
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in collaboration with scientists from the University of Maryland and Howard University, have developed a technique to create tiny, highly efficient light-emitting diodes (LEDs) from nanowires. ANI

UK babycare retailer Mothercare to foray into India
UK babycare retailer Mothercare plans to open 100 new stores in India over the next five years. ANI

Iftikhar Chaudhrys case has public importance: Pak SC
The Pakistan Supreme Court has held that the case of suspended Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry is a matter of public importance. ANI

Shumail Raj can still conceive: Doctor
The doctor, who allegedly performed a sex-change surgery on Shumail Raj, who is undergoing trial for going through with a same-sex marriage, has claimed the latter can still become a mother. ANI

Now you can own a snip of Princess Dianas wedding dress for 1,000 pounds
For 1,000 pounds, fans of Princess Diana will soon be able to possess the ultimate in royal memorabilia, a book containing a fragment of the material used to create her wedding dress. ANI

Experimental gene therapy eliminates arthritis pain in mice
The preliminary results of a study on mice has shown that a new gene therapy may be helpful in eliminating arthritis pain, and dramatically cutting long-term damage to the affected joints. ANI

Glycerin could be a good source for cattle feed: Study
An agriculture scientist at the University of Missouri-Columbia; is of the view that glycerin, a by-product of bio-diesel, could be a good source for cattle feed.In his study, Monty Kerley, a professor of ruminant nutrition at the College of Agriculture, is examining the effectiveness of glycerin as cattle feed. ANI

Asians can view their Blue Moon at midnight from June 1
For those living in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia, viewing the Blue Moon will be possible after midnight of June 1. ANI

266 hours awake not enough to break world record!
A researcher who failed to create a world record despite keeping awake for more than 11 days and nights, has nevertheless shown that humans can train their minds to stay awake for several days and remain coherent and aware of happenings around them. ANI

Tobacco-use telephone quitlines may help dental patients kick the butt
A pilot study conduced by researchers at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, shows that dentists may help their patients stop smoking by referring them to tobacco-use telephone quitlines. ANI

Pakistan opposition to mount civil disobedience against Musharrafs re-election
: Pakistans opposition parties have reportedly decided to launch a civil disobedience movement against President Pervez Musharrafs plan to go ahead for his re-election. ANI

Pollution turning Tower of London yellow
For almost 800 years, the Tower of London has had an iconic status in British history, but now, according to a new study, it is facing a major pollution threat. ANI

Nawaz urges US to stop supporting Musharrafs dictatorship
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has urged the US to stop supporting President General Pervez Musharrafs dictatorship if they wanted to eliminate extremist and fundamentalist forces from that country. ANI

Coffee significantly reduces the risk of gout
A new study suggests that drinking coffee can substantially reduce the chances of getting gout, a painful arthritic condition that occurs when a bodily waste product known as uric acid builds up as needle-like crystals in joints and tendons. ANI

Boffins make insulin from human umbilical cord bloods adult stem cells
Boffins have successfully engineered adult stem cells from human umbilical cord blood to make insulin. ANI

Photograph  Indian Film-Makers and Artists Honored at the Bollywood Movie Awards 2007
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