India deserves permanent UNSC seat: Sarkozy
India deserves permanent UNSC seat: Sarkozy

Bangalore:French President Nicholas Sarkozy on Saturday said that India deserves a permanent seat at UNSC in his address to scientists at the ISRO in Bangalore.Backing India for a permanent UNSC seat, Sarkozy said India, along with Brazil, Germany, Japan, Africa and Arab world should be in the UN Security Council.The French President said that terrorism emanating from Pakistan and Afghanistan is a major source of instability in the world.

Expat community ‘fully behind Qatar’

The historic winning of Qatar’s bid for 2022 World Cup will change the history of the country and the region, said prominent Doha resident and former chief of the Indian Community Benevolent Forum (ICBF) Dr Mohan Thomas.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in Bangalore
French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in Bangalore

French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in Bangalore on Saturday on the first leg of his four—day visit that will seek to strengthen bilateral ties in key areas of space and civil nuclear cooperation. Mr. Sarkozy is accompanied by his singer-model wife Carla Bruni and a high-level delegation, including several key ministers of his Cabinet and senior officials.

Padubidri, Kaup cops accused of torturing 2 innocent youth

UDUPI : It has been reported that the Padubidri and Kaup Police have committed atrocities on two innocent youth after picking them up from a public place and then detaining them in a government bungalow. The two youth namely Imran (21) and Mohammad Shameem (22) of Polya in Uchila village have been admitted to Udupi

PUC female student of St John’s PU College, Shankerpura drowned

Shankerpura : The tragic story of a PUC student from an agriculturist family having drowned in an protected well near her home has been reported from Kurkal-Subhashnagar, near here on Friday morning. Megha Shetty (18), daughter of Shobha Shetty and II PUC student of St John’s PU College, Shankarpura, after working in the agricultural farm, was in a hurry to go to college. As she was washing her face in the nearby open well, she reportedly slipped and fell into it

Panic as ICC warns on alleged threats to witness families

Kenya was yesterday reeling from the dawning reality that in slightly over a fortnight, some of its elite leaders would be international outlaws. Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo’s most emphatic statement yet - that December 17 will mark a turning point in the quest for justice over the 2007 post-election violence and that the leaders will face trial in 2012, thereby effectively locking them out of leadership - has created unprecedented anxiety and panic.

Goa Hindu Group Targets Portuguese Rule

Some 400 people rallied in the Goan capital of Panaji to condemn the Portuguese conquest. A Hindu-based “patriotic citizens” group in Goa has sought local archbishop’s support to condemn Portuguese, who ruled the western Indian state for 451 years. It was the 500th anniversary of Portuguese conquest of Goa. They carried placards and shouted slogans condemning imperialism.

Media Reports - Darjeeling’s ‘miracle’ a big attraction

A bishop in eastern India says the “first miracle” in his diocese has strengthened his people’s faith and attracted people of other religions. “Our people are overjoyed at the first public miracle,” Bishop Stephen Lepcha of Darjeeling told ucanews.com on Nov. 26. “This has strengthened the faith of the people,” he added. The bishop said the “miracle” occurred Nov. 20 when a priest and two couples preached a retreat for some novices of Claritian congregation at Dirnberger Niketan, Sonada, in West Bengal state.

HDK deposits Rs 3L for woman’s treatment

MANGALORE: Politicians rarely deliver on their assurances. But former chief minister H D Kumaraswamy, at least in this case, has delivered on what he promised. Last Sunday HDK had assured Vijayalaxmi Shetty (32), who lost control over her upper and lower limbs after a fall she sustained 40 days back, that he would do his mite to help rehabilitate her family apart from paying her medical expenses to a certain extent.

Musharraf vows never to visit India again

NEW DELHI - Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf has vowed never to visit to India again after being denied a visa by the Indian government, a report said Friday. “I have no words to explain my disappointment,” Musharraf was quoted as telling The Indian Express newspaper by telephone from his home in Dubai.

Harrowing landing after superjumbo engine failed

In the cockpit, the pilots watched as emergency warning messages filled a computer screen- There was an “overheat” warning in the Number 2 engine, followed by a “fire” warning. The wing slats were inoperative and the plane’s auto-thrust and auto-land weren’t working. There were warnings about the brakes and landing gear, the engine’s anti-ice mechanism, the plane’s centre of gravity.

CM accepts Katta’s resignation

"To facilitate an impartial probe by Lokayukta, Katta Subramanya Naidu has resigned from the ministry today. I have forwarded it to Governor H R Bhardwaj for acceptance", Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa told reporters here.

"Tenor of Raja’s reply to PM’s letters amounts to disrespect"

Even as the former Communications Minister, A. Raja, defended the 2G spectrum allocation policy, the Supreme Court on Thursday felt that the tenor of his reply to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s letters, prima facie, amounted to disrespect.

Cup of joy overflows, Massive street parties broke out across the country yesterday

Massive street parties broke out across the country yesterday evening after FIFA made the announcement awarding Qatar the hosting rights of 2022 World Cup.

Obituary: Mrs Rufina Baretto Age 83 KolalGiri
Obituary: Mrs Rufina Baretto Age 83 KolalGiri

Obituary: Mrs Rufina Baretto Age 83 KolalGiri W/o late Mark Baretto, M/o Winniefred/Cloud, Milton/Cathereine, Apoline/Richard, Ivan/Jyothi, Veeda/Sabestine, Francis/Late, Cynthia, Sister of Sr Josphine (Bethany) Philomena/ Anthony,

US defended Pak, shielded ISI chief after 26/11 strikes?

NEW DELHI: In yet another Wikileaks disclosure, which could lead to awkwardness in Indo-US relations, a leaked cable suggests that the US might have tried to not just suppress information related to involvement of Pakistani agencies in 26/11 but also defend ISI.

Nagpur: BJP president Gadkari spends Rs 20 Crores on Son’s wedding!

Nagpur: BJP president Nitin Gadkari has spent a whopping Rs 20 crore on his son’s wedding on Thursday (Nov 2). Of this, Rs one crore was spent on invitation cards alone, says a media report. Gadkari’s son Nikhil looks after his father’s Poorti Group which has a Rs 600 crore turnover, while wife Rituja Pathak is a hotel management graduate.

Married Women Section Misused - Protect Men too from Abuse

Section 498A was inserted in Indian Penal Code in 1983 to protect married Indian women from cruelty, including dowry harassment. The offence under this section is cognizable, non-bailable, non-compoundable with provision to lodge a complaint against the husband or any relative of the husband of the women.

TCS opens BPO centre in Philippines

IT firm Tata Consultancy Services [ Get Quote ] said on Thursday it has opened new business process outsourcing centre in Philippines. This is the company’s first business process outsourcing centre in the South-East Asia and the latest addition to the company’s Global Network Delivery Model, Tata Consultancy Services said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange

Mumbai boy first blind trader in a bank?

MUMBAI: Breaking records is almost a way of life for 30-year-old Mumbai boy Ashish Goyal. He was the first blind student to make it to Wharton Business School, Philadelphia, four years ago. If that isn’t enough, Ashish cleared his MBA with honours and went on to win the Joseph P Wharton award,


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