21kg of gold up for grabs at DSF.

"Bag of Fortune", the 32-day mega campaign starting from January 20, offers jewellery customers a chance to win 21 kilos of gold worth Dh3.5 million through raffle draws.

Electric buses to ply the roads of the UAE

These buses run up to 160 km on a single charge, according to the developer and manufacturer. Dubai: DesignLine Corporation, USA, the developer and manufacturer of electric and hybrid vehicles, has appointed Liberty Automobiles as the exclusive dealer for its electric and hybrid buses in the UAE.

Arab expat threatens suicide on radio over visa

Dubai: A young Arab expatriate spoke out on a live radio show, about his urge to commit suicide after failed attempts to get his family to Qatar for the past three years, according to the The Peninsula. The young man gave his name as Abu Adil and said he was 33 years old and was born in Doha. Calling in the program ‘Good Morning, Qatar!’ of Qatar Radio he said: “I have been submitting all required documents to obtain family visa since 2008, but in vain.”

Ganguly a victim of politics: Somnath Chatterjee

Mass support poured in from all quarters for city’s star son and former India captain Sourav Ganguly as more effigies of Shah Rukh Khan and Kolkata Knight Riders were burnt in the streets here today after all the 10 franchises had rejected the iconic cricketer for IPL IV.

KSRTC introduces multi-axle Volvo buses to Mumbai

Passengers can look forward to travelling in increased comfort from Mangalore to Mumbai as the Mangalore division of the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has introduced long chassis state-of-the-art Airavat club class Volvo multi-axle buses on Monday.

Born on train, girl is named Mamata Banerjee

Karnal: A girl child born on a moving train has been named Mamata Banerjee! That’s right, after the railway minister. The girl was delivered on board the Barauni Express train between Kurukshetra and Karnal stations Saturday, with a handful of women travelling on coach S-9 volunteering to help in the delivery of the child in the absence of any medical aid on board. "We have decided to name the child Mamta Banerjee since she was born on the moving train. We are very happy at her birth," Dayanand, father-in-law of Aarti, who was travelling with her on the train, said Monday.

Sensex tumbles: investors lose Rs 5 tn in 5 days

Mumbai: Investors’ stock market wealth has plunged by nearly Rs 5,00,000 crore in five straight days of trading, as the market continued its downslide today with a 468-point plunge in the benchmark Sensex.

$1 million for a 34 year-old Peugeot

Iranian president’s car attracts big bucks in online charity auction. 1970s Peugeots may not be everyone’s (or anyone’s) cup of tea – and paying $1m for one is virtually unheard of. But this isn’t just any old Pug.

Large hole opens up in Boeing 757 mid-flight, inspections ordered.

US airlines must inspect 683 Boeing 757s for cracks after a hole opened on an American Airlines plane on October 26, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a directive to be published today.

Gas leak, fire in cold storage in Kolkata

Kolkata: A fire broke out in a cold storage after ammonia gas leaked and then spread to an adjacent cotton godown at Maniktala in north Kolkata on Monday.

S. Korea bids farewell to troops headed for UAE

SEOUL - South Korea’s army held a farewell ceremony Monday for about 130 elite troops to be deployed in the United Arab Emirates to help train its special forces, officials said.

’Not just White girls, Pak Muslim men sexually target Hindu and Sikh girls as well

AMRITSAR: A day after UKs’ former home secretary Jack Straw blamed some Pakistani Muslim men for targeting "vulnerable" White girls sexually, UK’s Hindu and Sikh organizations also publicly accused Muslim groups of the same offence. Straw, in an interview to the BBC recently, had said, "...there is a specific problem which involves Pakistani heritage men...who target vulnerable young white girls...they see these young women, white girls who are vulnerable, some of them in care ... who they think are easy meat."

Obituary :- Kallianpur : Sr. Clamencia A.C. (89),

D/o. Late Simon Peter Lewis, Mavinakudru, Uppoor of Milagres Church Kallianpur expired on Monday, 10th January, 2011 at Fathima Convent, Kanpur, UP.

Fears over readiness of India World Cup venues

NEW DELHI - Just six weeks before the cricket World Cup, several venues including India’s most famous stadium are chaotic scenes of cranes and rubble, raising fears they will not be ready in time.

Bangladesh school suspends students for trimming beards

DHAKA - The headmaster of an Islamic school in Bangladesh said Sunday that he had banned 15 teenage students from attending lessons after they trimmed their beards.

’Cigarettes will be stubbed out by 2050’

London: Cigarette smoking may completely disappear by 2050, experts believe. A combination of rising prices and the ban on lighting up in public places could finally kill off the habit, reports express.co.uk.

Onion traders on strike following I-T raids

New Delhi: Nashik onion traders on Monday decided not to purchase onions for two days from the Agricultural Produce Market Committees, following the nationwide I-T raids on onion traders.Traders are protesting against the Maharashtra government’s directive of selling onions at not more than Rs 40 per kg. The decision was taken by Nashik District Onion Traders Association at a meeting.Farmers, meanwhile are angry with the traders’ decision. The Maharashtra State Government has called an emergency meeting of traders to resolve the crisis.

72 dead in Iran Air plane crash: state media

TEHRAN - A Boeing 727 airliner with state-run Iran Air crashed on Sunday near a northwestern city in bad weather and broke into pieces, killing at least 72 of the 105 people on board, state media reported.

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Udupi: Customs Officials Seize Saffron, Foreign Brand Cigarettes

Udupi, Jan 10: It is gathered that the customs officials in Malpe seized saffron worth about a crore of rupees being illegally transported by some bus passengers, on Sunday January 9. The material, weighing about 50 kgs, was being taken to Mumbai, after filling it in six bags.

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