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  • Egyptians vote in historic presidential election

    Cairo, May 23 (): To end authoritarian rule for decades, millions of Egyptians patiently waited outside polling stations in long lines across the country on Wednesday to choose the country’s first president as Hosni Mubarak was last year removed from his long time rule. Fifty million Egyptians are eligible to vote, and long queues are…

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  • Centre hikes petrol price by Rs.7.50 per litre

    New Delhi, May 23 (ANI): The UPA-II Government on Wednesday announced a hike in petrol prices by Rs.7.50 per litre. The hike will be effective from midnight tonight. The hike in prices means that the price of petrol in Delhi will go up from Rs.65.64 per litre to Rs.73.14 per litre. In Mumbai, the price…

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  • Anna Hazare rushed to hospital following drowsiness

    Nashik, May 23 (): Following drowsiness and weakness, anti-crusader Anna Hazare was on Wednesday morning taken to a hospital in an order to undergo medical Check-up in the saibaba heart institute and Research Centre in Nashik, said sources. Anna who started his journey from Dhule town on Wednesday morning in an intention to commence his…

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  • Aishwarya Rai expected in Cannes on May 24-25 in Indian attire

    Mumbai, May 23 (): Bollywood beauty, Aishwarya Rai is likely to attend the Cannes film festival on May 24-25. The very recent buzz is about Aishwarya Rai’s outfit on the red carpet. This prominent cultural event has always discussed about the well-dressed celebrities. Aishwarya Rai is not new to the Cannes. She has been attending…

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  • Aarushi murder case comes to hearing on May 23

    New Delhi, May 23 (): The Aarushi –Hemraj dual murder case comes to hearing on Wednesday in which her parents Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, have been framed charges of Murder of their daughter, that occurred in the year 2008, by the Ghaziabad special trial court. The Court is expected to hear the arguments from the…

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  • Iran offers access to nuke sites as world powers meet for Baghdad talks

    Baghdad, May 23 (ANI): Iran has in principle has agreed to allow International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors access to sites in the country suspected of harbouring tests related to nuclear weapons. Yukiya Amano, the director general of the UN nuclear watchdog, said Tehran would allow international inspectors access to sites, scientists and documents the…

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  • Clijsters to retire in September after the US Open

    London, May 23 (ANI): Belgian tennis player Kim Clijsters will retire in September after the U.S. Open, it has emerged. The former world No. 1 had previously announced that this would be her final season. “Flushing Meadows is where I’ve enjoyed my greatest triumphs and it is a special place,” The Sun quoted the three-time…

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  • Cheeky students compete for best butt contest

    London, May 23 (ANI): Female students at the Cambridge University have submitted risque photographs of their butts in the hope of grabbing the ‘Rear of the Year’ title. However critics have slammed the university’s student newspaper for portraying women as “sex objects” after encouraging female students to pose in just their underwear across campus. Critics…

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