| 2012 | January | 29

  • Will Narendra Modi become the next PM?

    Ahmedabad, Aug 29 (): According to some political observers, they say that the Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra modi, despite several ongoing investigations, continues to enjoy the state electorate’s support that was reflected by his success in the last two assembly elections in 2002 and 2007, and is once again widely expected to win another five-year…

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  • The Expendables 2: Review

    Aug 30 (): The sequel proves worthy to its prequel – The expendables (2010). It won’t be surprising if the producers declare a trilogy too. A visual treat for the die-hard action fans. This time the expendables have come up with a persuasive plot – When a simple mission turns into a stupefying crisis, the…

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  • SEBI clears biggest media deal of TV18 and Network 18

    Mumbai, Aug 29 (): Paving way for one of the largest media deals inked earlier this year,the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has cleared the way to the twin-rights issues of TV 18 Broadcast and Network 18. In March, both companies had filed offer documents and on August 17 SEBI issued observations to rights…

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  • SC dismisses Kasab’s plea,upholds death sentence

    New Delhi, Aug 29 (): Upholding the sentence of death penalty awarded by the Bombay high court, the Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed the plea of Ajmal Kasab in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case. While rejecting the surviving 26/11 gunman Ajmal Kasab’s plea, the court said there is no other option but to uphold…

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  • Rare “Blue Moon” to occur on August 31

    Washington, Aug 29 (): Skywatchers can watch a so called “Blue Moon” on Friday Aug 31,2012. The next Blue Moon will appear only after three years. The moon will not actually be blue in colour. But that is what some call the second full moon to occur within a month. Although the full moon on Friday…

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  • R.K. Singh welcomes SC verdict on 26/11 terrorist Ajmal Kasab

    New Delhi, Aug 29 (ANI): Union Home Secretary R.K. Singh on Wednesday welcomed the Supreme Court’s verdict to uphold the death sentence of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack convict Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, saying everyone has an opportunity to go to the highest court in the land in the Indian judicial system. “The Supreme Court itself…

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