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October 10, 2010

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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 10, 2010

Pranab cautions the world on 'fragile' global economic recovery
The Union Finance Minister, Pranab Mukherjee, has stated that the global economic recovery is fragile and cautioned that emerging economies may not remain as resilient in the wake of any unexpected crisis. ANI

Kiwi TV presenter Henry resigns for making racial slur against Sheila Dikshit
The New Zealand TV presenter Paul Henry, who had been facing criticism for his racist comments against Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, has resigned from his post, accepting that he had crossed the line. ANI

Pak to continue moral, diplomatic support to Kashmiris
Pakistan Prime Minister, Yousaf Raza Gilani, has said that his government would continue to extend moral, diplomatic and political support to the people of Kashmir, in their struggle for self-determination. ANI

Swat operation in charge claims 'wiping out militants' in district
Terrorists have been eliminated from Swat in Pakistan, Major General Ashfaq Nadeem, in charge of the operation, has stated. ANI

Nepalese parties urged to break the political deadlock
Nepali Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairman Subas Chandra Nemwang has urged all parties to overcome the political deadlock as soon as possible so that the country could be brought out of the state of indecision. ANI

Contractors behind attacks on NATO supplies in Pakistan?
Despite the Talibans claims over the attacks on NATO supply containers in Pakistan, the needle of suspicion is being pointed towards NATO contractors, as police have registered three cases against them and their staff for torching their own containers! ANI

NATO confident of 'end-game' against Taliban in Afghanistan
NATO officials in Afghanistan have expressed confidence that their fight against the Taliban might be coming to an end. ANI

Hindus disappointed with Pope-Sarkozy meet
Hindus are disappointed at Pope Benedicts meeting with France President Nicolas Sarkozy at Vatican on October eight, saying that Pope reportedly did not bring up the issue of maltreatment of Roma (Gypsy) communities in France. ANI

Equality and Human Rights Commission highlights discrimination in Britain
A study conducted into inequality in Britain has revealed that progress towards pay equality for women has been stalled, disabled children face bullying and boys struggle academically. ANI

Musharraf has 'lost his senses' after losing dictatorship: Raja Riaz
Former President Pervez Musharraf has lost his senses after losing his dictatorship, and has now been giving contradictory statements about the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), its leadership and other people, PPP parliamentary leader and senior provincial minister Raja Riaz Ahmed has said. ANI

Americans have more 'negative view' of govt than a decade ago:Poll
Most Americans have a more negative view of government today than they did a decade ago, or even a few years ago, according to a new study by The Washington Post, the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard University. ANI

Pak politician diverted floodwaters to Christian village to save his property?
The Punjab government has called an inquiry report over a news story published in an Italian newspaper alleging that a Pakistani politician had ordered the diversion of floodwaters into a Christian village, killing at least 15 people. ANI

Sydney women are the most stressed in Australia: Study
A new research has revealed that women in New South Wales are the most stressed as well as the heaviest drinkers in the country.ustralias Biggest Health Check, conducted by Womens Health and Prevention magazines, polled 26,000 women in an online survey in July. ANI

Chocolate covered scorpions ticking many a palate in Edinburgh
A range of insect-based food products, including worm crisps, chocolate covered scorpions, and toasted ants, has been launched in Harvey Nichols Edinburgh store. ANI

iPad users spend 20pc of their time with the gadget in bed: Study
A new survey has found that twenty percent of the time iPad owners spend with the tablet computer is between the covers.he poll of 500 iPad users conducted by the NPD consumer-research group also found that the device is becoming addictive, reports the New York Post. ANI

Pre-teens should not use Facebook, says Queensland Premier Anna Bligh
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has said that pre-teens should not be on Facebook and insists the social networking site needs to work harder at enforcing the 13-year age limit. ANI

Pre-teens should not use Facebook, says Queensland Premier Anna Bligh
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has said that pre-teens should not be on Facebook and insists the social networking site needs to work harder at enforcing the 13-year age limit. ANI

Karachi shrine 'suicide bomber' returns home
The investigation of the Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine blasts has entered a new phase after the alleged suicide bomber returned home, sources revealed. ANI

FAA issues safety advisory over lithium batteries following US cargo crash
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the US airline regulator, has warned that carrying shipments of lithium batteries on cargo flights may ignite fire if exposed to high heat. ANI

Halal cosmetics gaining popularity among Islamic women
Halal beauty products produced without alcohol or pork have become Islamic womens favourite. ANI

Prince Harry's 'real-life kidnap test'
Prince Harry recently underwent an al-Qaida-type kidnap by the SAS to prepare him for his new role as an Army combat pilot. ANI

The mystery of Agatha Christie and the missing marple solved
Thirty five years after the death of Agatha Christie, the mystery of the missing Miss Marple has been solved-a new story featuring the amateur sleuth has been discovered. ANI

Talal Bugti announces bounty on Musharraf's head
Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP) President Talal Bugti has announced a bounty of one billion rupees and a hundred acres of farmland on former President Pervez Musharraf for his crimes against humanity. ANI

Nawaz worried with APML's very first bouncer: Musharraf
Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has stated that while his political career has just begun, PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif is visibly looking a worried man. ANI

US bride-to-be discovers her own mother abducted her 26 years ago
An American bride-to-be had the shock of her life when she discovered she was abducted by her own mother 26 years ago. ANI

Iconic tuk tuk coming to Scotland streets for the first time
Tuk tuk-a common sight on the streets of Mumbai and Bangkok- could be coming to Scotland for the first time. ANI

NY shrink sets up patient for sex trysts to hear salacious details
A former Ford model went to a highly respected Manhattan shrink to help her cope with years of sexual abuse but his twisted treatment was to set her up for sex trysts with other patients. ANI

Earning wives brought home almost half of the bacon in 2009: Report
In the second year of global recession, womens contribution to family earnings increased by two percent, says a new report. ANI

'Dumped' Prince Harry 'moves on' with Chelsy Davy lookalike
It seems Prince Harry has moved on from his split with Chelsy Davy. ANI

Trapped Chile miners ask rescuers 'what took you so long'
A single ringing bell and a roar of delight from exhausted rescue workers signalled the moment on Saturday, when a 2,067feet shaft broke through to the 33 Chilean miners who have been trapped for 66 days. The miners first reaction was what took you so long. ANI

Prince William to announce wedding plans within months?
Prince William is said to have assured his long-time girlfriend Kate Middleton he will announce their wedding plans soon. ANI

Musharraf's U-turn: Terrorists not trained during my rule
Days after candidly admitting that Pakistan trained underground militant groups to fight against India, former President Pervez Musharraf has said that militant groups who entered Jammu and Kashmir were not trained during his rule. ANI

Pak will hopefully avoid becoming next US military target: James Jones
Pakistan will hopefully avoid the unfortunate eventuality of becoming the next US military target, US National Security Adviser James Jones has stated. ANI

Prince Harry's ex Chelsy Davy back in touch with old flame
Prince Harrys ex Chelsy Davy seems to have quickly moved on from her split with the royal. ANI

Kiwi Commissioner slams radio host for calling Governor-General 'fat Indian man'
A New Zealand radio host has been criticised by the Race Relations Commissioner, Joris de Bres.for calling Indian origin Governor-General Sir Anand Satyanand a large, fat man who has never left the buffet table. ANI

Zealand PM to continue to front 'Indian racial-slur-hit' TVNZ's Breakfast show
Despite calling the countrys TV presenters comments against New Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, as racist, that has embarrassed his country, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has said he would continue to appear on the TVNZs Breakfast show every week. ANI

NY Gov. Paterson gets laugh with Tiger Woods joke on Al Sharpton's b'day
Governor of New York David Paterson praised Rev. Al Sharpton for doing for justice what Tiger Woods did for cocktail waitresses during a birthday party for the civil rights leader in Harlem. ANI

Pak mulls imposing tax on supply convoys for NATO in Afghanistan
The Pakistan government is cogitating about imposing a tax on NATO supply trucks going into Afghanistan from Pakistan, a TV channel has reported. ANI

Chillean miners likely to be evacuated on Wednesday, says Mining Minister
Rescuers in Chile are expecting to evacuate the 33 miners trapped underground at the San Jose mine by Wednesday, according to Mining Minister Laurence Golborne. ANI

Pak to reopen blocked NATO supply route 'with immediate effect'
Following apologies and assurances from the United States, Pakistan has decided to reopen the Torkham route for NATO forces in Afghanistan with immediate effect, ending a 10-day standoff between the two countries over cross-border air strikes staged by US-led forces in Afghanistan. ANI

Australia sacks four cops, demotes one for racial slur on Indians
Heeding to Indias demands of strict action against Victorian Police officers involved in curculating a racist email video, Australian authorities have sacked four officers and demoted one. ANI

Sri Lanka brews largest cup of tea in the world
One of the worlds leading tea-producing nations, Sri Lanka, has witnessed a new world record-the largest cup of tea. ANI

Using too much Facebook and Twitter may cost you your job
Government and council employees in the UK using social networking sites at work or posting inappropriate comments from home are likely to face serious action, which includes being sacked. ANI

Musharraf accuses Nawaz of wanting to 'sell' Kashmir issue
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has alleged that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Chief Nawaz Sharif wanted to sell the Kashmir issue, a TV channel has reported. ANI

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