• ‘Strauss-Kahn took prostitute to IMF office in Washington’

    Paris, Nov 5 (ANI): Dominique Strauss-Kahn reportedly took a prostitute to his office at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) headquarters in Washington. He is also alleged to have had sex with the Belgian hooker named Jade at a hotel in Washington, the Daily Mail reports. Strauss-Kahn was sacked as the IMF boss after a New…

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  • Fast against Koodankulam N plant has 7000 protestors

    Chennai, Oct 9 (): More than 7,000 people today observed a token fast against the Koodankulam nuclear power plant (KNPP) and vowed to intensify the struggle if the government did not scrap it. On the eve of the resumption of their stir at Idinthakarai against the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP), the agitators got support…

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  • Asian Hockey champions rejects cash reward

    New Delhi, Sept 14 (): Indian Hockey team that defeated Pakistan to become Asian Champions rejected the cash reward of Rs 25000 offered by Secretary General Narinder Batra . The team was felicitated at Major Dhyan Chand stadium where this magnanimous offer was made. Team members felt that it was too meager for their achievement….

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  • Diagnose Diabetes in Restaurants Train Stations and Public Toilets?

    If you believe that a general physician only can suggest blood sugar checks please leave such notions. Now UK is experimenting a simple sugar screening test procedure which may revolutionist the public health procedures and policies all over the world. Regarding this news I should share my personal experience useful to anyone living anywhere in…

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  • Panic hits Indian stock markets

    Mumbai, Aug 5, () As the stock benchmark Sensex crashed by over 700 points to slip below 17,000-point level for the first time since June 2010, Indian Government said the markets were reacting in a panic mode due to plunge in overseas Asian markets and the Wall street. Stocks in IT firms were hit since most…

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  • World first e-book on spices is by Indian author

    Kochi, July 20 (): Indian Dr Kodoth Prabhakaran Nair’s book “The Agronomy and Economy of Black Pepper and Cardamom The ‘King’ and ‘Queen’ of Spices,”was launched as an e- book in London and other world capitals. This is the World’s first e book on spices. A copy has been kept in the British Library, London,…

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  • Gandhian motto inspires World’s sexiest woman

    Johannesburg,June 17(): It is not Anna Hazare and team but also the Worlds sexiest woman who lives by the Gandhian motto – “Be the change you want to see in the world.” This motto  made South African model of Indian-origin, Sashi Naidoo, to be voted the world’s sexiest woman of 2011 by 1.5 million readers…

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  • Sony website hacked

    Washington, June 4 (): Just as Sony announced that it was able to restore the Play station after the hackers attack, comes the news that its website was hacked and thousands of personal information and credit card details of those registered were compromised. LulzSec claimed that SonyPictures.com was hacked and compromised the personal information of…

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  • Sony play station back in US-Europe after hacker attack

    Tokyo, May 16 ():  Basic services on the Sony PlayStation Network and Qriocity services were switched on for users in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand for the first time in more than three weeks, but users in Asia face a longer wait for service to resume, reports IDG News service….

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  • Iran exploits Mid East unrest-Hillary

    Berlin, Apr 16 () : US Secertary of State Hillary Clinton said, Iran was clearly trying to use uprisings around the Middle East region, to further its own goals and foment broader unrest, while at the same time cracking down on its own reform movement. ” I think that everyone is aware of its efforts to…

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