| 2012 | January | 3

  • Deccan Chronicle will continue to be published

    Hyderabad/Chennai, Aug 3 () : Market Analysts rule out the closure of Deccan Chronicle publications since as a brand name it can get institutional investors to bail it out from the present problem but many of them also advise shareholders to sell since in the long run the turnaround seems to be a difficult task….

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  • Anand Sharma: India to launch SEZ in Sri Lanka

    New Delhi, Aug 3 (): India is set to help launch a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) to produce auto components in Trincomalee, said Anand Sharma, Indian Commerce Minister in Colombo on Friday. “I am not sure of the required investment in this project. We have just decided,” he replied in response to a question. The…

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  • Topless Ukrainian feminists protest against IOC’s support for ‘bloody’ Islamist regimes

    Kiev, Aug.3 (ANI): British police arrested four topless Ukrainian women activists from the rights group, Femen, after they staged a protest in central London. The women protesters accused the International Olympic Committee (IOC), of supporting ‘bloody’ Islamist regimes, the Daily Mail reports. The demonstration was described as an ‘Islamic marathon’ by the protesters. Some of…

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  • Tamara Ecclestone flaunts new fuschia Rolls-Royce in LA

    London, August 3 (ANI): Tamara Ecclestone is getting over her ex’s blue movie shame by pampering herself – with a shopping trip in a bright pink Rolls-Royce. Onlookers got a flash of some impressive bodywork as she climbed into the back of the luxury motor on Thursday, the Sun reported. The 28-year-old multi-millionaire heiress hit…

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  • Scrunchies make fashion comeback at Olympics

    London, Aug 3 (ANI): Olympic gymnasts have brought back in vogue, the most debated hair accessory in history. The scrunchie, usually resigned to laughable images from the Eighties and Nineties, is a traditional hair accessory for the gravity-defying sport. The put-together Olympians, with their clean and slicked back ponytails, always complete their outfits with a…

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  • Human Rights Watch says Sri Lanka massacre of aid workers going unpunished

    New York, Aug.3 (ANI): The Sri Lankan Government’s failure to hold accountable those responsible for the execution-style slaying of 17 aid workers six years ago is indicative of its deeper unwillingness to prosecute soldiers and police for atrocities, Human Rights Watch said today. Despite compelling evidence of participation by state security forces in the killings,…

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  • Gilani gave aide Rs.6m for ‘medical check-up’ in UK

    Islamabad, Aug 3 (ANI): Former Pakistan prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani reportedly granted 40,000 pounds (Rs.6 million) to his principal secretary Kushnood Akhtar Lashari for a ‘medical check-up’ in the United Kingdom, without the recommendation of a medical board. According to The Express Tribune, the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) wants Lashari for investigations in the ephedrine…

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  • Bizarre tape fever setting in at London Olympic 2012

    London, August 3 (ANI): Athletic tape made in every colour under the sun seems to be the latest must-have sports injury treatment at London Olympics 2012. Called Kinesio tape and developed by a Japanese doctor more than 30 years ago, the adhesive strapping is designed to provide muscle and joint support without restricting movement. According…

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