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May 29, 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 29, 2007

Stop TB Partnership delivers treatments for 10 million people in 6 yrs
Securing its place as an indispensable defence against the development and spread of drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB), the Stop TB Partnership announced today that its drug supply arm, the Global Drug Facility, has provided anti-TB drug treatments for 10 million people to 78 countries in the past six years. ANI

Five senior Bangladeshi politicians sent to jail
Authorities in bangladesh today sent five out of the 10 high-profile politicians, detained in series of raids, into jail, charging them with hatching conspiracies against the interim administration, and of indulging in acts of corruption. ANI

Kashmir Resolution can ensure durable peace in South Asia: Musharraf
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday stressed that there was now an urgent need to make progress in conflict resolution, in particular the Jammu and Kashmir dispute, in order to consolidate the peace process for durable peace in South Asia. ANI

Pranab Mukherjee meets Solana, other foreign ministers in Hamburg
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee has started a round of bilateral discussions on the sidelines of the Eighth ASEM Foreign Ministers Meeting (Asia-Europe Meeting) here. ANI

Sindh Assembly adjourns sine die amid May 12 ruckus
The Sindh Assembly adjourned sine die on Tuesday, following a deafening ruckus over the May 12 violence in the city. ANI

Four possible scenarios in post-Musharraf period
The political landscape in Pakistan has come up with four potential possibilities should President Pervez Musharraf be removed from power or assassinated. ANI

UK town gets recognition for filming of Bollywood flicks
Queensmere in Surrey, England, could soon become a place of pilgrimage. For, it is where Bollywood movies are filmed quite frequently. ANI

Pak rights body condemns ban on Imran
The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has condemned the orders of the Sindh Government banning Imran Khan from entering the province. ANI

Pak cement manufacturers want to export through Wagah border
Pakistani cement manufacturers have demanded the opening of a land route for export the product to India in 2007-08. ANI

Bhutto can salvage Musharrafs flailing Government
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto can salvage President Pervez Musharrafs flailing Government. ANI

Soy nuts may help reduce high blood pressure, cholesterol levels in women
Boffins have found that substituting soy nuts for other protein sources in a healthy diet might lower blood pressure in postmenopausal women, and reduce cholesterol levels in women with high blood pressure. ANI

Regular exercise may increase good cholesterol
A new study has found that regular exercise might modestly increase levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), or good cholesterol. ANI

People with blood inflammation more likely to develop Alzheimers
A new study has found that people whose blood shows signs of inflammation are more likely to later develop Alzheimers disease. ANI

Hilary adds more songs to her campaign anthem shortlist
Presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton cant seem to decide which song to pick for her campaign anthem. ANI

Genes may play a part in learning tonal languages, such as Chinese
A new study has found that genes may actually contribute to learning the supposed tonal languages, such as Chinese. ANI

John Paul II loved sleeping under the stars
Pope John Paul II liked to slip out of the Vatican, and sleep under the stars, especially during his early years as the leader of the Catholic Church. ANI

Singing whales bag more mates
Male humpback whales who sing during their migration to their summer feeding grounds end up attracting more mates compared to males who dont sing, a new study by Australian researchers from the University of Sydney has revealed. ANI

Radiation storm causing CMEs always scream in advance
Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) are laced with magnetic field and can disable satellites, cause cancer in unprotected astronauts in space, and also churn up magnetic storms, which can cause widespread blackouts by overloading power line equipment with extra electric current. Now, astronomers have found that CMEs with powerful shocks capable of causing radiation storms scream in radio waves as they slam through the solar wind. ANI

Benazir will return to Pakistan before elections
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has reiterated that she will return to Pakistan to participate in the next elections. ANI

Tory Peer takes up cudgels for Gurkha hero
Tory Peer and Victoria Cross expert Michael Ashcroft has joined the fight to bring 84-year-old Gurkha hero Tul Bahadur Pun back to Britain. ANI

Tory Peer takes up cudgels for Gurkha hero
Tory Peer and Victoria Cross expert Michael Ashcroft has joined the fight to bring 84-year-old Gurkha hero Tul Bahadur Pun back to Britain. ANI

Task in Pakistan challenging but exciting, says new American envoy
US Ambassador-designate to Pakistan Anne Woods Patterson has said that her diplomatic assignment in that country would be a challenge for her, but added that she saw it as a very exciting opportunity. ANI

Altaf Hussain is Pakistans top most terrorist, says Imran Khan
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf Chairman Imran Khan has decribed the chief of the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM), Altaf Hussain, as Pakistans top most terrorist. ANI

NASAs Spitzer telescope captures images of 1000 unknown dwarf galaxies in giant cluster
NASAs Spitzer Space Telescope has captured images of more than a thousand previously unknown dwarf galaxies in a giant cluster of galaxies. ANI

No Indian POWs in Pakistan, says Foreign Office
Pakistans Foreign Office on Monday said that there were no Indian Prisoners of War (POWs) in the country. ANI

Egyptian Sunni scholar advocates breastfeeding of adults
A fatwa issued by an Islamic scholar, permitting women to breastfeed adults with whom they work, has led to his suspension from Cairos al-Azhar University, the worlds leading Sunni university. ANI

China aiming to catch up with US economy, says global poll
China is on course to catch up with the United States and join the front ranks of world economic powers, a global survey has said. ANI

Prince Harry may train Afghan Army soldiers
Prince Harry, third in the line of succession to Britains Queen Elizabeth, may be sent ot Afghanistan to train soldiers of the Afghan Army. ANI

Scientists devise more accurate way to measure Black Holes weight
Two Russian origin American researchers have found that measuring the x ray pulses produced by oscillating material that fall into the inner part of the disc formed around black holes could provide an insight into the weights of black holes. ANI

Musharrafs legal aide non-plussed by Pak judicial crisis
A top legal aide to President Pervez Musharraf says that he has been left non-plussed by the over two-month-long judicial crisis in Pakistan. ANI

Researchers find how the brain hears shapes
A new research by a Harvard Medical school researcher has shown how the brain hears shapes and how it can activate a particular area in the brain called LOtv that lights up when one identifies an objects shape. ANI

Antibodies in Avian influenza survivors prove effective at neutralising H5N1 virus
A new study has found that Avian influenza survivors may hold the key to future treatments for the virus. ANI

Samjhauta Express schedule revised
The schedule of Samjhauta Express will be changed from May 31 as the train will be coming from Atari on Mondays and Thursdays and leaving Lahore on Tuesdays and Fridays. ANI

Rare properties of young binary star system determined for first time
Using NASAs Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite and ground-based telescopes, astronomers have determined, for the first time, the properties of a rare, extremely massive, and young binary star system. ANI

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