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  • World’s first Sex School Opens in Austria

    Vienna, Dec 2 (): If you think sex is an activity which should be best learned behind closed doors, you go against an enterprising Swedish schoolmistress. Ylva-Maria Thompson has opened the world’s first international sex school. The Austrian International Sex School in Vienna offers practical lessons in seduction for 1,400 pounds a term, which is…

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  • US warns Pakistan of terror attacks in Indian soil

    Washington, Dec 1 (): US warned Pakistan of serious consequences if there is another terror attack of Pakistani origin on India, a former top adviser to President Barack Obama has said. In an interview to PBS news, Gen (Rtd) James Jones, who was the National Security Adviser to President Barack Obama from January 2009 to…

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  • Three Lakh NRI Engineers May Return Home

    New Delhi, Dec 2 ():  As many as 3, 00,000 Indian engineering professionals are expected to return home during the five-year period from 2011-15 due to the existing volatile job market conditions overseas, says a survey. Global workforce solutions provider Kelly Services India has said that more Indians working abroad now prefer Indian Jobs and…

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  • TDP gives No-confidence motion against AP govt

    Hyderabad, Dec 1 (): As expected, the main opposition party TDP today given notice to Assembly Speaker Nadendla Manohar for the no – confidence motion against the Congress government in Andhra Pradesh. Telugu Desam Legislature Party deputy leaders G Muddukrishnama Naidu, M Narasimhulu and whip Dhulipalla Narendra Kumar handed over the notice to the Speaker…

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  • Tamil fishermen on indefinite strike

    Chennai, Dec 2 (): Sri Lankan High Commissioner here confirmed the worst fears of the Tamil fishermen by confirming that five of those arrested were slapped with charges of smuggling drugs. If convicted they would face 30 years in prison. In view of this, the Fishermen’s Association took the decision to stay off sea. They…

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  • Stalin on land grab case – no surprise

    Chennai, Dec 2 (): DMK leader and former Tamil Nadu Deputy Chief Minister M K Stalin today visited the Director General of Police (DGP) office and presented a memorandum that he was innocent. M K Stalin who arrived here late night yesterday from Trichy after attending a party meeting told reporters that he was expecting…

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  • Shops and markets shut down in Tamilnadu-Puduchery

    Chennai/ Puduchery, Dec1, () Tamil Nadu Vanigar Sangakalin Peravai which has twenty lakh traders and Puduchery Chamber of Commerce members did not open shops in both the States. The local grocery and neighbourhood small shops did brisk business and those in the main roads and shopping complexes remained shut. Koyambedu Wholesale market which supplies essential…

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  • Ricky Ponting proves his critics wrong

    Brisbane, Dec 2 (): Australian former skipper, Ricky Ponting, who was strongly criticized by some former cricketers, recently earned a reprieve with a fighting 67-not out on day two of the first Test against New Zealand in Brisbane today. Earlier, Cairns, who for years was New Zealand’s best player, said of Ponting: “He is the elephant…

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  • Ravi Rampaul Puts WI almost in a Winning Position

    Vizag, Dec 2 (): Ravi Rampaul made history at Vizag steering WI from 170/9 to 269/9 in the second ODI of the five match series. The big partnership between Rampaul and Roach did the trick for WI Rampaul’s unbeaten 86 was the highest score by a No. 10 in one-day internationals. His partnership of 99 in…

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  • Rajinikanth to pair with Bollywood actress in Kochadaiyaan

    Chennai, Dec 2 (): The makers of the movie “Kochadaiyaan” are planning to cast a Bollywood face to have a larger appeal as it seems Anuskha is not available. Earlier, sources have said that Anushka is being considered for the role of the leading lady. Now reports are to be believed, the makers of the…

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