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  • Two tornadoes hit New York city

    New York, Sep 10 (): Two rare and severe tornadoes crossed New York’s region of Queens and its neighbourhood Brooklyn, bringing high winds, heavy rain, causing blackouts, damaging homes and throwing away debris into the air. The first tornado with winds about 70 mph whipped onshore and changed into a severe tornado at Breezy Point,…

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  • Tight vigil at Kudankulam site in wake of threat by agitators

    Tirunelveli, Sep 10 (): A total of four thousand police are deployed around the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) site, in wake of the threat given by the agitators who have announced to take a rally towards the site for laying an impasse on Sunday. Roads leading to Kudankulam and Idinthakarai seemed to be quiet…

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  • Raaz 3 – Review

    (Sep 09): Raaz (Secret) is the unsaid desire, the mysteries unraveled, anticipations unrevealed. This horror flick – a trilogy with no whatsoever connection to its previous sequel or the prequel is nothing different from a regular Bollywood number, but not similar to it as well. Bips has donned villain, serial kisser Emraan Hashmi at his…

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  • Poor pay for Indian IT work force

    Bangalore, Sep 10 () : Indian IT firms are among the 10 smallest spending companies, with their middle-to-upper level teams getting a typical wage of around Rs 21.5 lakh yearly which compared to worldwide top-paying European companies is only one-fourth of the pay programme. Pay packets in the IT industry of Europe are the greatest…

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  • Paralympic Games ends with spectacular closing ceremony

    London, Sep 10 (): The London Paralympics 2012 came to an end last night, which saw a grand closing ceremony at the Olympic Stadium, finally handing over the games officially to 2016 host, Rio de Janeiro. The grand closing show was described as “festival of flame”, which paid honour to Britain’s ancient festivals and traditions….

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  • One killed in anti-nuclear protest, Jaya appeals for peace

    Tuticorin/ Chennai (Tamil Nadu), Sept 10 (ANI): A 44-year old fisherman was killed as the anti-nuclear protests turned violent here on Monday. The police opened fire at protestors who clashed with them while blocking a road in Manapad coastal village. Meanwhile in Chennai, Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa has appealed for peace from the…

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  • Lalu Prasad reacts sharply to Thackerays

    Patna, Sep 10 (): Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav  today  pounced on the Thackeray family by saying that they were originally from Bihar and not from Maharashtra. They were supposed to be “infiltrators” in the state of Maharashtra. “Being Biharis, they should no longer reside in Maharashtra and vacate the place as soon…

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  • Eega to release in Hindi on October 12

    Mumbai, Sep 10 (): The Hindi version of renowned director Rajamouli’s recent hit film, Eega is named “Makhi” and is releasing on October 12, during the Dussera holidays. The release date and the name of the film was confirmed by Rajamouli. Makhi will be the official Bollywood debut of director Rajamouli. The movie, which was…

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  • Demand to dismiss Jayalalithaa Government over Sri Lankan issue

    Following alleged attacks on Sri Lankans visiting Tamil Nadu, Chief Minisiter J. Jayalalithaa ordered to send back the visiting Sri Lankan foot ball teams. The Government of Sri Lanka advised its citizens not to visit Tamil Nadu considering the hostile environment. Some of the leaders have criticized the action of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa…

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  • Central team to visit agitating Jal Satyagrahis today

    Bhopal, Sep 10 (): Villagers of Khandwa and Harda districts  in Madhya Pradesh  who  were displaced due to the rise in the level of the Omkareshwar dam, protesting in neck-deep water for the past seven-ten days   have been at last successful for drawing the attention of the Centre as a Central team of  observers will…

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