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May 28, 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 28, 2007

Pak Punjab Governor says IPI gas pipeline will be a pipeline of peace
The Governor of Pakistans Punjab Province, Lt. General (retired) Khalid Maqbool, said on Monday that the Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) gas pipeline would prove to be a pipeline of peace after all agreements pertaining to it were finalised and signed. ANI

Chaudhrys lawyers to emphasise maintainability of their Supreme Court petition
Lawyers representing suspended Pakistan Supreme Court Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry have said that they will submit a note before the apex court on Tuesday, defending the maintainability of their clients petitions against the March 9 presidential reference. ANI

Bangladesh joint forces detain more politicians
The army-led joint forces on Monday detained a few more senior politicians, including the Awami Leagues general secretary Abdul Jalil, in an apparent bid to intensify what they called the interim governments efforts against corruption. ANI

Channel 4 faces flak over airing image of Dianas dying
British television station Channel 4 has invited harsh criticism from the public by rejecting Princes William and Harrys appeals to desist from broadcasting a photograph that shows their mother Princess Diana dying. ANI

UK to introduce new booze warnings
New health warnings against alcohol will be introduced in England to ward-off people from heavy boozing. ANI

Warnings against loo roll holder
It looks like loo roll holder is a dangerous weapon, for safety officials are issuing warnings against it. ANI

Scientists identify four genes that raise breast cancer risk
Researchers investigating the causes of breast cancer at the University of Cambridge claim to have identified four genes that raise the risk of the disease. ANI

MMA caravan leaves Gujranwala for Faisalabad
A caravan spearheaded by the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) is proceeding to Faisalabad from Gujranwala on Monday. ANI

Justice Javed Iqbal sworn in as Pak Acting Chief Justice
Justice Javed Iqbal took oath as Acting Chief Justice of Pakistan on Monday. ANI

Study confirms species form new communities rapidly on lands ravaged by natures forces
A new study by a University of New Mexico ecologist has corroborated the theory that when natural occurrences like bush fire, lava/glacial flow creates an empty habitat, species do turn over most rapidly early in succession. ANI

Not enough exercise raising risk of chronic health problems in kids
Parents really need to stop their kids from becoming mini-couch potatoes, for a new study has found that kids who dont get regular exercise are at risk of chronic health problems in later life. ANI

Bangladesh looks for electricity import from Myanmar
With hopes virtually dashed to import power from Bhutan, Bangladesh is now considering an alternative option to import hydro-electricity from Myanmar, one of its two next-door neighbours. ANI

Soft drink preservative can cause damage to kids DNA
Boffins are warning parents not to let their kids consume too much of soft drinks, for not only can these beverages lead to tooth decay, but as it turns out, a common preservative used in them can switch off vital parts of DNA, causing serious damage to cells. ANI

Aziz dismisses reports of Osama, Zawahiri hiding in Pakistan
Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has dismissed reports of senior al-Qaeda leaders, including Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahri, hiding in the tribal belt of the country along the Afghan border. ANI

Atlantic hurricane frequency connected to El Nino and West African monsoon
Compilation of the longest ever record of hurricane strikes in the Atlantic basin has revealed that the frequency of hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean appears to be closely connected to long-term trends in the El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the West African monsoon. ANI

Pakistan to raise river pollution issue with India at Indus Commission meeting
The Pakistan Indus Water Commission has expressed concern over the rising level of water pollution in the western Himalayan rivers, and is likely to take up this issue with India during the bi-annual Indus Commission meeting in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI

Musharraf losing grip over government: General Masood
Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf is losing his grip over the government in the wake of the over two-month-old judicial crisis, feels General (retired) Talat Masood. ANI

Scientists find new mechanism of learning in the brain
A study of mice by researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center has revealed a new mechanism of learning in the brain. ANI

The Queens exasperation over a meddling Tony Blair
Britains Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly expressed her exasperation with Prime Minister Tony Blairs lack of understanding of countryside issues and the legacy that he is to leave behind when he demits office on June 27. ANI

Soon, astronauts may hibernate through their intergalactic voyages
Deep space voyages to faraway planets might no longer remain a figment of imagination what with researchers claiming having come close to a breakthrough that will enable them to put astronauts into a state of suspended animation. ANI

Bhutto, Sharif will need legal clearance to contest polls: Aziz
Pakistan Prime Minister Shuakat Aziz has said that exiled leaders-- Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif-- will require legal clearance to return to contest the general elections in the country. ANI

Scientists find new mechanism of learning in the brain
A study of mice by researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center has revealed a new mechanism of learning in the brain. ANI

The Queens exasperation over a meddling Tony Blair
Britains Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly expressed her exasperation with Prime Minister Tony Blairs lack of understanding of countryside issues and the legacy that he is to leave behind when he demits office on June 27. ANI

Soon, astronauts may hibernate through their intergalactic voyages
Deep space voyages to faraway planets might no longer remain a figment of imagination what with researchers claiming having come close to a breakthrough that will enable them to put astronauts into a state of suspended animation. ANI

Bhutto, Sharif will need legal clearance to contest polls: Aziz
Pakistan Prime Minister Shuakat Aziz has said that exiled leaders-- Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif-- will require legal clearance to return to contest the general elections in the country. ANI

Australias Aborigines living on knives edge healthwise: Experts
A majority of Australias indigenous Aborigines are affected by poor health traits, according to the countrys medical association. ANI

Swedish female prisoners demand right to wear bikinis and get tanned
Swedish female prisoners at a jail in Sagsjon, near Gothenburg, have demanded they be allowed to wear bikinis to get a decent tan. ANI

Adventurer Pugh to highlight dangers of global warming through North Pole swim
Adventurer and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) activist Lewis Gordon Pugh has announced that he will swim in the North Pole to highlight the dangers posed by global warming. ANI

Datacard Group Leads EMV Migration Solutions in Asia Pacific Region
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CTE Spreads its Footprints in India and US: Acquires ComCreation
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