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January 25, 2010

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International News for January 25, 2010

Lankans get ready to vote in new president
Citizens of Sri Lanka are ready to vote in a new president, and the countrys Elections Department has reportedly made all arrangements for the January 26 poll. ANI

Malay Govt. urged to recognise Thaipusam as a national festival
The Malaysian Government has been urged to recognise Thaipusam as a national festival and to make it a public holiday in the peninsula. ANI

Go America Go movement would lead Pak towards freedom, says JI
Jamaat-e-Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan has said that Go America Go movement would lead Pakistan towards real freedom. ANI

Muslim Conference chief blames RAW for suicide attacks in PoK
The chief of Muslim Conference Sardar Atiq has blamed Indian intelligence agency RAW for its involvement in launching suicide attacks in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. ANI

Zardaris presidential nomination challenged
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardaris eligibility to contest the presidential elections has been challenged before the Election Commission of Pakistan following the Supreme Court declaring the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) as unconstitutional and illegal. ANI

Gilani being guarded by Blackwater-trained officials?
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilanis security arrangements have come under scrutiny after it was revealed that many women security officials trained by notorious US security company Blackwater are part of his special security team. ANI

UK to be hit with more 7/7-type attacks for generations: Muslim leader
Britain could be exposed to more 7/7-style suicide bomb attacks for generations a senior Muslim advisor warned Monday. ANI

Musharraf to unite all factions of PML upon return to Pakistan
Pakistans former parliamentary affairs minister Dr Sher Afgan Niazi has claimed that former president Pervez Musharraf would soon return to Pakistan to lead the All Pakistan Muslim League on his return. ANI

Negotiated peace with Taliban possible: NATO commander
The United States top commander in Afghanistan, General Stanley McChrystal has said there has been enough fighting going on the war-ravaged nation, and added that he is keen for a political and peaceful solution to the long-running conflict. ANI

Lamb leg, aerosol cans - the objects a doc pulled out of his randy patients bums!
A veteran medic has revealed that some of the bizarre items he has pulled out of his patients bums include a leg of lamb, aerosol cans and kitchen implements. ANI

Stolen dog walks 400 miles in three years to find owner!
A German shepherd, which was stolen, is said to have travelled 400 miles in three years to reunite with its owner in Italy. ANI

Worlds filthiest hotels revealed
Britain has come out tops in a survey of the worlds filthiest hotels, with eight of its hotels landing in the top ten. ANI

Malaysian actress Kavita Sidhu set to launch own clothing line
Malaysian actress/model Kavita Sidhu is set to launch her own clothing line in March this year. ANI

Aussies must maturely debate immigration issue to avoid racist tag: Leader
Opposition leader Tony Abbott has said Australians must debate immigration issue to avoid the racist tag. ANI

Auckland Indians celebrate Indias Republic Day a day before
Indians living in Auckland, New Zealand celebrated the Indian Republic Day here yesterday. ANI

Obstructive sleep apnea patients at increased heart disease risk
People with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are at two-fold risk of dying due to cardiovascular problem, say experts. ANI

Global warming increasing flood risk in mountain areas
In a new research, a team of scientists has determined that global warming is increasing the risk of flood in mountain areas. ANI

Missy becomes worlds first feline recipient of artificial knee!
A cat in the UK has become the worlds first feline to receive a total knee replacement with a custom-designed implant in a pioneering new operation. ANI

Lanka opposition accuses Rajapaksa of plotting coup
Sri Lankas opposition has accused President Rajapaksa of planning to stage a coup if he did not win tomorrows fiercely contested election. ANI

UK troops may spend five more years in Helmand
British troops will remain in Afghanistans southern Helmand province to fight the Taleban for another five years, according to a leaked draft of the communiqué that will conclude the London conference on Afghanistan this week. ANI

US must not abandon Pakistan this time: Gen Petraeus
US Central Command Chief General David Petraeus has said that Washington should provide consistent assistance to Pakistans war on terror, and not abandoned the country as it was done twice in the past. ANI

North Korea warns South Korea over declaration of war
North Korea has warned South Korean that it considering a pre-emptive strike in the event of a nuclear attack from Pyongyang, amounts to an open declaration of war. ANI

Afridi should be made Pak skipper in all three versions of game
Following the PCBs announcement that Mohammad Yousuf will be removed as skipper after the Australian tour, former Pakistani cricketer Asif Iqbal has said that Shahid Afridi should replace the outgoing captain. ANI

Clash of state institutions would lead Pakistan to dictatorship: Gilani
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has said that a clash of three state institutions - parliament, judiciary and executive - should be avoided, as it may lead to military dictatorship again. ANI

Myanmarese minister says Suu Kyi will be released in November
Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be released from house arrest in November, a government minister has told a gathering of local officials, according to two people who attended the meeting. ANI

Dressing as a sailor, flying kites illegal under Britains oddest laws
A new report has found that there are a handful of strange offences, like walking home from a DIY shop with a ladder, dressing as a sailor or disturbing people by flying a kite, which are illegal in Britain under antique laws. ANI

Chinese sorrow bank stores love souvenirs from ex!
A Chinese store is offering customers a chance to keep alive memories of their former love - outside their homes. ANI

Michelle Obama as traditional as her predecessors, says academician
Michelle Obama, the first African-American first lady, may look like one set to usher an era of change but she is as traditional as her predecessors, says an American academic. ANI

150,000 Haiti quake victims buried, says government
Over 150,000 quake victims have been buried by the Haitian government, the countrys Communications Minister, Marie-Laurence Jocelyn Lassegue, has said. ANI

Brit boy, 7, raises £85k in one day for Haiti appeal
A seven-year-old British boy is said to have raised 85,000 pounds for earthquake victims in Haiti in just one day. ANI

Pakistani government, military wary of U.S. overtures
American officials have failed to win over Pakistans military and civilian establishment here insofar as stepping up the offensive against Afghan and Pakistani militants along the borders of the two countries. ANI

Musharraf to be put on trial upon return to Pakistan in violation of clandestine deal
If former dictator Pervez Musharraf returns to Pakistan to participate in the countrys politics, the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party government would put him on trial in the Nawab Akbar Bugti murder case as well as illegal detention of Supreme Court judges case, sources aware of the exit deal have revealed. ANI

Butler beats Boyle to become Scot of The Year
Hollywood actor Gerard Butler has been named Scot of the Year ahead of singer Susan Boyle after an Internet vote. ANI

Tendulkar to attend Ashrafuls wedding
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar will top the list of invitees when former Bangladeshi skipper Mohammad Ashraful gets married next year, his father has revealed. ANI

Milan prosecutors may summon Berlusconis gossip magazine editor
The editor of two popular Italian gossip magazines owned by Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi may have to appear before an enquiry panel which is looking into an alleged extortion racket by paparazzi. ANI

14, 36, 48 - Luckiest lottery choices!
14, 36 and 48-these are the three numbers that could prove the luckiest in lottery. ANI

7 in 10 Brit workers wake up with bad mood
Nearly 70pct of the Brit workers wake up in the morning with a bad mood, reveal a new survey. ANI

Top Al Qaeda leaders remain holed up on Pak-Afghan border: Miliband
British Foreign Secretary David Miliband has said that top Al Qaeda leaders are still hiding on the Pak-Afghan border. ANI

Ethiopian airliner carrying 90 people crashes into Mediterranean
An Ethiopian airliner carrying 82 passengers and eight crew members crashed into the Mediterranean sea shortly after taking off from the Beirut International Airport on Monday morning, officials said. ANI

Prince Harry moves in with Chelsy Davy
Prince Harry has moved into on-and-off girlfriend Chelsy Davys 1.5million pounds London home. ANI

Welch Allyn Advances Healthcare Delivery by Converging Traditional Diagnostics Devices with Latest in Electronic Connectivity Technology
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ASCO-GI: Overall Survival With Erbitux Is Significantly Improved in Patients With KRAS Wild-Type Tumors in CRYSTAL
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Bob Pickard Named CEO Burson-Marsteller Asia-Pacific
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