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May 7, 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 7, 2007

Bangladesh ex-PM Hasina returns home
Bangladeshs former Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina returned home on Monday, ending her 51-day visit to the United States and the United Kingdom- from where she could not fly back due to a ban slapped by the military-backed government of Fakhruddin Ahmed on her return. ANI

Sindh HC acquits Karachi suicide bombing accused
The Sindh High Court on Monday cancelled the death sentence of Gul Hassan, the prime accused in the Imambargah Ali Raza case, and acquitted him. ANI

Pak Supreme Court stays Supreme Judicial Council proceedings
A larger bench of the Pakistan Supreme Court on Monday issued a stay order for suspending the proceedings of the Supreme Judicial Council. ANI

Home spit test designed to detect pre-eclampsia in early stage
A spit test has been designed to detect pre-eclampsia in its early stages. The test that is designed to be used at home, will allow mums-to-be to check for themselves whether they are at risk of the condition. ANI

Dads parenting style may be to blame for obese kids
According to a study by the Centre for Community Child Health (CCCH) at The Royal Childrens Hospital, Melbourne, and the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, fathers may be more important than mothers in determining whether a child becomes overweight or obese. ANI

Lifestyle changes can ward off onset of dementia
A new study has found that dementia may be kept at bay as there is growing evidence that proper diet, exercise, learning, socialising and medicines can help a healthy, ageing and impaired brain replenish cells and reconfigure its functioning. ANI

Traumas can make peoples brains more reactive to fear
A new study has found that traumas could make peoples brains more reactive to fear. ANI

Daily intake of Selenium may help block HIV build up
A new study has found that a daily intake of Selenium supplements may help block the build up of HIV in a patients blood. ANI

Kids with autism cant discern between a frown and a smile
A new study by boffins at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), has found that in kids with autism, the areas of the brain that normally respond to visual cues such as facial expressions simply do not respond. ANI

Low-carb diet can help obese teens lose weight
When it comes to losing weight through a diet, it seems that the best one for teens, is the low-carb kind. ANI

Eating more fruits and veggies can help teens fight obesity
When it comes to not piling on all those extra pounds, it seems that what helps teens stay slim and trim is eating more fruits and veggies, as well as spending less time in from of the idiot box. ANI

Doubts cast over effectiveness of ZEFS technology to combat vehicular pollution
A recently released Rand Corporation report has called for the need to conduct further laboratory studies and in-use testing to determine the effectiveness of Save the World Airs Zero Emission Fuel Saver (ZEFS) technology to reduce pollution from gasoline and diesel powered vehicles. ANI

Prince William takes over Dis cancer crusade role
British Royal Prince William will one day be following in his fathers footsteps to become the Prince of Wales and eventually the King of England. However for now, the shoes he is stepping into are those of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales. ANI

Is Pakistan heading for an emergency?
The popular reception given to suspended Supreme Court Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry in Lahore at the end of his more than 24-hour-long caravan from Islamabad, has provided grist for rumour mills in Pakistan. ANI

Stalins first wife softened his heart of stone
Generalissimo Joseph Stalin was madly in love with his first wife, Kato and was so heartbroken when she died, that his comrades took his weapon away fearing he might shoot himself. ANI

Victims of Nepal Maoist insurgency to launch fresh agitation
Victims of the decade-long Maoist insurgency will launch a third round of agitation to press for their 15-point demands from Wednesday. ANI

Pak Supreme Court begins hearing of petitions against March 9 presidential reference
The Supreme Court of Pakistan started its hearing of the constitutional petition filed by suspended Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry along with 28 other related petitions on Monday morning. The hearings will continue on a day-to-day basis. ANI

Oman desert outcroppings challenge Earths Giant Snowball theory
Desert outcroppings in Oman have challenged the long held theory that the Earth froze completely like a giant snowball long ago. ANI

Six wounded in Kabul rocket attack
A rocket struck a street outside a building in the eastern part of Kabul on Monday morning, wounding six people, including a small boy. ANI

Too many cuppas of green tea can cause liver and kidney damage
Green tea will only help keep you healthy if it is taken in moderation, warn boffins. ANI

Hypertension drugs may help cut Alzheimers risk
A new study by boffins at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine has found that some high blood pressure or hypertension drugs may help reduce the risk of developing dementia in older adults. ANI

Alereon Expands into India, Opens R&D Facility in Pune for UWB Chipsets
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Stuart Mackenzie Joins FMT as Director of Global Services
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Bridgewater Systems Named Finalist for IEC InfoVision Award
Business Wire India

Meridian Rapid Defense Group's Archer 1000 Barrier Accredited by the United States Department of State with a K4 Level 3 Vehicle Anti-Ram Rating
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Do-Coop Technologies Reaches DMF and cGMP Milestones for Neowater(TM), its Proprietary Water-Based Nanotechnology
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Western Union and Caixa Galicia Sign Agreement
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Other Press Releases of May 7, 2007

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