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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

18 killed, several injured as bus falls into river in Bulandshahr

Pak's flawed Afghan policy of support to terror groups will bite back hard: Editorial

Ajay Devgan prays for success of his film in Ajmer

Pranab Mukherjee seeks more financial sector reforms

Australia asks CWG organizers for better treatment at closing ceremony

Study to find whether leptin helps type 1 diabetic patients

New study confirms smoking, cancer link (reissue)

International News for October 3, 2010

Benazir's return from abroad not result of 'deal' but 'political dialogue': Faisal Abidi
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhuttos mandatory stay abroad until the 2008 general elections cannot be called a deal as claimed by the former President Pervez Musharraf, as it was the result of a political dialogue between the two leaders, PPP Senator Faisal Raza Abidi has said. ANI

US SEC may file civil fraud charges against Satyam
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is reportedly close to filing civil fraud charges against Indian software maker Satyam Computer Services in connection with a billion dollar accounting scheme. ANI

Indian company eyeing to capitalize on UK's low interest rates
An Indian company which makes wing parts for the Airbus A320 is planning to expand its operations in Britain because of the low interest rates in the country. ANI

Stolen NATO supply items seized from Islamabad godown
Another godown laden with stolen items of NATO forces, including combat material, has been unearthed in the Pakistani capitals rural area of Tarnol during a police raid, and four people have also been arrested in this regard. ANI

Woman reunites with daughter after 45 years in Malaysia
The emotions ran high when a mother-daughter duo, separated due to poverty, re-united after 45 years. ANI

Muslim League always used for bringing about undemocratic change in Pak: JUI Chief
Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman, the Chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam party, has stated that Muslim League is always used for the purpose of generating an undemocratic change in the country. ANI

Ex-Fiji PM Mahendra Chaudhry arrested by military regime
Former Fijian Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry has been arrested for allegedly breaching the military governments emergency regulations. ANI

Hindus welcome recognition of Druidry as religion
Hindus have applauded United Kingdom for giving official recognition as a religion to Druidry, one of the oldest religions of the isles. ANI

Hate preacher Anjem Choudary warns Ed Miliband over his views on Israel
Radical hate preacher Anjem Choudary has issued a warning just days after Ed Miliband became the first Jewish politician to lead the Labour Party. ANI

Former Nelson Mandela charity trustee faces 'blood diamonds' charges
South African authorities have revealed that Jeremy Ractliffe, former Nelson Mandela charity trustee, is facing criminal charges after British supermodel Naomi Campbell testified that she gave him blood diamonds in 1997. ANI

Facebook helps Houston father reunite with daughter after 25 years!
A Houston father, who searched for 25 years for his daughter he had never met, was reunited with her for the first time after using Facebook. ANI

Churchill becomes first ever British PM to enter UK pop charts
Winston Churchill has made pop music history from beyond the grave. ANI

Terror outfits in Af-Pak border area now seeking global reach: Admiral Mullen
Top US military official Admiral Mike Mullen has again warned that the Afghan-Pak border area remains the epicentre of terrorism, and added that many of the militant outfits based in that region are now seeking global reach. ANI

UK held secret war talks with U.S. general 11 months before Iraq invasion
Americas senior most general Tommy Franks flew into Britain for top secret talks on the invasion of Iraq 11 months before the attack on the Saddam Husseins regime, according to secret Pentagon documents revealed about the details of the classified meeting, held at Brize Norton in Oxfordshire. ANI

Richard Curtis' climate change video featuring exploding kids sparks fury
A bloody climate change campaign video sparked controversy after it featured children being blown up. ANI

Taking cue from mom Sarah Palin, Bristol hits public speaking circuit
Bristol Palin seems to be following in the footsteps of her Tea Party mom, Sarah Palin. ANI

A 'perfect' wedding date: 10th day of the 10th month of 2010
A Parramatta couple will tie the knot next Sunday: the 10th day of the 10th month of 2010, which they believe is the perfect wedding date for them. ANI

Malik passes NRO accountability buck to Musharraf
Pakistan Interior Minister Abdul Rehman Malik has stated that former president Pervez Musharraf will not only have to face a number of criminal and civil cases registered against him, but also answer on the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) case, if he decides to return to the country. ANI

NHS hospital trust rejects bedside Bible 'germ' ban in UK
A bedside Bible ban, considered by a National Health Service (NHS) hospital trust that feared they could spread germs, has reportedly been rejected. ANI

Gillard assures Oz troops in Afghanistan committed to Oruzgan mission
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has assured the Australian troops in Afghanistan of her commitment to the Oruzgan mission during a surprise visit to the war-torn country. ANI

After women, bum-lift pants to boost men's confidence
Those body-conscious men who want to squeeze into tight jeans without showing themselves up have something to be happy about-Marks and Spencer has come up with a with a new range of control pants for men. ANI

SAS officers warn Britain is unprepared for a Mumbai-style attack
Two former senior commanders of the Statistical Analysis System (SAS) have warned that Britains security forces might not be able to cope with a Mumbai-style terrorist attack in London. ANI

Stuxnet worm 'nuclear spies' arrested, claims Iranian Minister Moslehi
Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi has said that an unspecified number of nuclear spies were arrested in connection with a damaging Stuxnet worm that had infected computers in its nuclear program. ANI

How Margaret Thatcher helped catch the Yorkshire Ripper
Former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher took over the hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper personally during her tenure, it has emerged. ANI

Cebu Pacific Airlines cabin crew give safety demo while dancing to Gaga!
Unlike many of us who do not pay attention during a routine safety demonstration aboard an aeroplane, passengers flying to the Philippines had an interesting reason to do so. ANI

Now, comics to teach kids about cancer
Who says comics are meant for fun only? They can be informative too-a new comic book has been written to help parents explain to their children that they have cancer. ANI

US mag slammed for 'oversexualization' of yoga
The oversexualization of yoga in a US magazine has received criticism, as not everyone is happy to see the practice portrayed in a sexy, commercial context. ANI

Donald Trump's business partner charged with running prostitution ring
Donald Trumps business partner Tevfik Arif has been charged for his role in pimping out Eastern European models for decadent sex parties aboard a Turkish yacht. ANI

Love of meat stopped me from joining Hare Krishna sect, says O'Donnell
In a previous interview, the Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine ODonnell had said that before becoming Christian she tried her hands on various religions, but skipped becoming a Hare Krishna - as she didnt want to be vegetarian, it has emerged. ANI

'Brainless' Nawaz will ruin Pak if re-elected as PM: Musharraf
In his first public meeting in Birmingham after announcing the creation of his All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) party, former Pakistani military ruler Pervez Musharraf called former prime minister Nawaz Sharif brainless, and the PML-N a family party. ANI

US to warn citizens over al-Qaeda backed Mumbai-style terror attacks in Europe
Amidst growing fears that European landmarks or transport hubs could be attacked by the al-Qaeda, the U.S. is reportedly considering issuing an official statement as early as today, warning American tourists to avoid travelling to the UK and across the continent. ANI

Rasmussen, Qureshi to hold talks following 'cross-border air strike standoff'
In the wake of the NATO key supply route blockage by Pakistan in retaliation against the US forces-led cross-border air strikes into its territory, NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen is reportedly going to meet Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Monday in this regard. ANI

Security on 'No1 terror target' Prince Harry doubled
Armed security has been doubled on Prince Harry amid fears he is the main target for a new wave of Islamic and Irish terrorists. ANI

US committed to ensuring continuance of democracy in Pakistan
Describing Pakistan as its key ally, the United States has reposed confidence in Pakistans commitment to preserve its democratic set-up. ANI

Security on 'No1 terror target' Prince Harry doubled
Armed security has been doubled on Prince Harry amid fears he is the main target for a new wave of Islamic and Irish terrorists. ANI

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