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May 5, 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 5, 2007

15 Indians feared dead in Kenyan plane crash
Fifteen Indians, among the 114 passengers, are feared dead in the Kenyan airlines plane crash that took place in southern Cameroon near the town of Niete on Saturday. ANI

For US, Musharraf is becoming problem instead of solution
The recent events in Pakistan, be it the lawyers protests in the wake of sacking of Pakistans Chief Justice or the rise of Lal Masjid as a extra-constitutional body in the country with radical views, have increased the odds against Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf. ANI

Nepali Congress District heads urge Koirala to oppose Monarchy
The District heads of Nepali Congress (NC) on Saturday urged Party Chief Girija Prasad Koirala to clarify the partys stance on the issue of monarchy before the Constituent Assembly (CA) elections. ANI

Nepal Government, NFIN agree to hold negotiations
The Nepal Government and the Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NFIN) on Saturday agreed to begin formal negotiations on the latters demands. ANI

Kenyan plane with 115 on board crashes
A Kenyan Airways plane, Boeing 737-800, with 115 people on board, crashed in southern Cameroon near the town of Niete on Saturday. ANI

Autistic children have trouble identifying familiar words
A recent research has found that young children with autism have a difficult time recognizing ordinary words and more of their brains are occupied with this kind of task compared to typically developing youngsters. ANI

Boffins find new molecules that may help treat breast cancer
A new study has identified molecules, 8 amino acid peptide, derived from alpha-fetoprotein, which may help in the treatment of breast cancer. ANI

Nepal peace process is on track, says UN Mission chief
Ian Martin, the Chief of the United Nations Mission in Nepal, has said that despite the postponement of Constituent Assembly elections earlier scheduled for June 20, the peace process is on track. ANI

Ultrasound-guided cryoablation for painless and scar-free breast cancer treatment
A new study has found that ultrasound-guided cryoablation of small breast cancer may be a safe procedure associated with minimal morbidity and high patient satisfaction. ANI

Shifting eyes from side to side can give your memory a boost!
You dont need pills to boost your memory, for all that is needed is shifting your eyes from side to side for as little as 30 seconds. ANI

Spider venom works better than Viagra
A new study by Brazilian and American boffins has found that spider venom may hold a possible treatment for male impotency. ANI

A meeting with Baroness Emma Nicholson
Only those people make history who shine out in crises, take a firm stand on principles, especially to protect rights of other fellow human beings, or do something good or bad which affects lives of others. Name of Lord Mountbatten in this context will be remembered in modern Kashmiri and Pakistani history, and in view of many, for all the wrong reasons. ANI

Prince Harrys run in with ranting drunken thug
British royal Prince Harry was verbally assaulted by a fierce drunk during a night out with girlfriend Chelsy Davy. ANI

Report on Kashmir expresses concern on minorities situation in Pakistan
European Parliament member Baroness Emma Nicholson will present her controversial report on Jammu and Kashmir in the House on May 21 for discussion. ANI

Antidepressant treatment in adult monkeys induces new nerve cell growth
A new study has found that an antidepressant treatment in adult monkeys induces new nerve cell growth in the hippocampus, a brain area responsible for learning and memory. ANI

Boffins find ways to harvest electrons to make optoelectronic devices more efficient
A University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) research team has found a way to make optoelectronic devices more efficient by having them harvest electrons to generate current instead of heat. ANI

Judicial crisis may mend civil-military ties in Pak, says ex-army chief Karamat
Former Pakistan army chief Jahangir Karamat has said that the presidential reference against the chief justice of Pakistan and the protests triggered by the move may prove to be a step towards resolving the problems the civil-military relations have faced in Pakistan. ANI

Pak was uncooperative in helping US in rooting out al-Qaeda: Tenet
Former CIA director George Tenet has said that Pakistan had been singularly uncooperative in helping the US in rooting out Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan as it (Pakistan) feared a two-front conflict from India and the Taliban. ANI

Nepal Royal family owes over 450,000 dollars to electricity authority
Nepals Royal family is reportedly the countrys biggest defaulter in paying electricity bills. ANI

Thar Express to be longer by two coaches
Two economy class coaches have been added to the Thar Express, the train that runs on a weekly basis between Karachi and Jodhpur. ANI

Warming may exterminate quarter of stream species in next 50 years
Climate change is adversely affecting streams and rivers in Wales, a recent study by Cardiff University has revealed. ANI

After detonating bomb on 21/7 in London he fled disguised in mother-in-laws burqa
Yassin Omar, one of the six alleged terrorists being tried in a court for plotting to blow off an underground train on 21/7 2005 in London, has reportedly revealed before the court that soon after planting the bomb he fled wearing a burqa along with his wife. ANI

New variety of corn makes ethanol production for cars more cost effective
Michigan State University researchers claim to have developed a new variety of corn that promises to make ethanol production for running cars, more cost-effective and efficient. ANI

Aigo and Sisvel Enter into a Strategic Cooperation to Promote Chinese IPR Worldwide
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