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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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  • 2000 families of Tamils -Muslims deprived of income in SL

    Colombo, Aug 5 (): “Nearly 2000 families of Tamils and Muslims who were doing prawn farming on this Periya-karaichchi land and another five hundred families who benefited from the subsidiary employment related to prawn farming have been pushed out and some outsiders from other districts have come started a saltern. This is extremely unfair,” said…

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  • Sonia undergoes surgery in US

    New Delhi, August 4 (): Congress spokesperson Janardhan Dwivedi confirmed that UPA Chairperson and Congress President Sonia Gandhi underwent a surgery abroad and would be back after a fortnight. The country where she is currently now and at which hospital is kept secret. Sources say that she boarded a US bound flight but whether she…

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  • Novel breakthrough brings quantum computers closer to reality

    Washington, August 3 (ANI): Scientists at the University of Bristol (UK) have developed a novel technique whereby the circuits are simplified to crack complex quantum algorithms, paving the way for building a quantum computer. Dr Xiao-Qi Zhou and colleagues believe their technique will find applications across quantum information technologies, including precision measurement, simulation of complex…

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  • Al Qaeda bans samosas

    Kabul, August 2 (): At the start of Ramadan, Al Qaeda’s latest fury is directed against samosas a favorite snack in the Asian continent and Africa. It has issued a ban on this snack without offering any explanation. The reason is that the triangular shape of the samosa because it resembles a Christian symbol. The…

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  • BJP to elect new Karnataka CM tomorrow: Yeddyurappa

    Bangalore, Aug 2 (ANI): Former Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, who resigned from his post after being indicted in Lokayukta Justice (retired) N. Santosh Hedge’s report on illegal mining, on Tuesday said the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Karnataka will elect the new state chief tomorrow. “Tomorrow (August 03) at 11 O’clock, the legislator party…

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  • Controversey over start of Ramzan in Pakistan

    Peshawar, August 1 (): Ramzan begins on Monday in most Arab countries, Malaysia and Indonesia as well as in India. Even before Central Ruet-i-Hilal Commitee announced the start of Ramzan month, on Sunday Mufti Shahabuddin Popalzai of the non-official ruet-i-hilal committee of Qasim Ali Khan Mosque announced that evidence of the sighting of moon had…

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