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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
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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,

How foreign diplomats charted response to 26/11: WikiLeaks

In the aftermath of 26/11, diplomats from U.S., Australia, New Zealand, U.K. and Canada had decided not to get “sucked into” the Indo-Pak blame game and stop short of blasting India on the huge intelligence failure, disclosures by WikiLeaks show, according to New Zealand media. A confidential cable released by WikiLeaks relating to the Mumbai terror attack relates to the international response to the deadly incident that killed 183 people, including foreigners.

Empty stomach ups heart disease risk

Leaving the house on an empty stomach increases the risk of potentially deadly heart disease, says a new research. It shows that regularly skipping breakfast leads to obesity, larger fat stores around the stomach and higher cholesterol levels – all major risk factors for heart disease, reports the Daily Mail . It also triggers higher insulin levels in the blood, a warning sign that diabetes could soon set in.

Diplomats warn of India-Pakistan nuclear exchange: WikiLeaks

Despite pending economic catastrophe, Pakistan is producing nuclear weapons at a faster rate than any other country in the world, U.S. ambassador to Islamabad, Anne Patterson is believed to have said in a cable to Washington. American and British diplomats fear Pakistan’s nuclear programme could lead to fissile material falling into the hands of terrorists or a devastating nuclear exchange with India.

Spain arrests seven over links to Mumbai attacks

MADRID (Reuters) - Seven men have been arrested in Barcelona, accused of providing fake identification documents to al Qaeda-linked groups including the one that carried out the Mumbai attacks in 2008, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday. Six Pakistanis and one Nigerian were arrested on Tuesday and early Wednesday accused of stealing passports and other travel documents from tourists in Barcelona and sending them to Thailand where they were falsified and passed to extremist organised crime groups, it said in a press release.

India denies visa to former Pak President Pervez Musharraf

India on Wednesday denied visa to former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf. Musharraf was invited to attend a seminar hosted by the Young Presidents Organization. The conference was scheduled to be held in Delhi on Saturday. Sources close to Home Ministry revealed that government doubted Musharraf’s real intentions of visiting India. Musharraf’s recent statements defending Kargil operations may also be a behind the denial of visa.

Azim Premji to transfer 213 mn shares to trust

Wipro said on Wednesday its chairman Azim Premji [ Images ] will transfer 213 million equity shares of the company to a trust controlled by him. Premji will transfer 213,000,000 equity shares of Wipro [ Get Quote ], held by entities controlled by him, to an irrevocable trust, Wipro said in a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange.

17-yr-old jumps into girlfriends funeral pyre, kills self

SIRSA: In a shocking incident, a 17-year-old boy allegedly jumped into the funeral pyre of his girlfriend who had committed suicide after her parents refused to accept their relationship. The incident took place in the Rori village of Sirsa district on Monday. While the girl, Veer Pal Kaur, was a student of Class IX, her boyfriend, Bittu Singh, a native of Malsinghwala village of Punjab, studied in Class XI. The two had been studying in the same school and had been going around for the past couple of years.

Obituary: Risha Rebello (Aged 18 months)

Obituary: Risha Rebello (Aged 18 months) D/o. Fanny & Violet Rebello of Chantar, Brahamavar. Passed away on 30 November 2010

Cops wives ‘run away’ with chit fund money; husband surrenders to police

Chandrika, wife of City Armed Reserve (CAR) Police Force head constable Puttaswamachar, and Kumari, wife of Karnataka State Reserve Police Force (KSRP) constable Narayan Rao residing at Jockey Quarters, are those women in question.

Party MPs may boycott talks with CM

A section of the Bharatiya Janata Party MPs from Karnataka is likely to boycott a hurriedly convened meeting by Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa at Karnataka Bhavan in New Delhi on Wednesday morning. Yeddyurappa arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday evening to meet the MPs apparently to discuss party affairs and other issues. However, Bijapur Lok Sabha Member Ramesh Jigajinagi told Deccan Herald: “I have received the invitation. However, I will not attend it.

Indian village bars cellphones for unmarried women

The Lank village council feared young men and women were secretly calling one another to arrange elopements. Last month, 34 couples eloped in Muzaffarnagar district, where Lank is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh, police said. The elopements resulted in eight honour killings, police said. "Three girls were beheaded by the male members of their family after they eloped" with boys from the same clan, said a police officer

Court starts hearing in bribes-for-loans scam

Federal investigators started giving details of charges against eight financial executives at a special court hearing yesterday as part of a probe into bribes and improper loan disbursements at the nation’s largest insurance company and some state-owned banks. The Central Bureau of Investigation’s lawyer Ejaz Khan brought charges against LIC Housing Finance Ltd Chief Executive Officer Ramachandran R Nair and seven other bank and brokerage officials in the court in Mumbai yesterday.

Sonia’s faith is her private matter: HC

CHANDIGARH: A division bench of the Punjab and Haryana high court on Monday dismissed an appeal to seek information under Right to Information Act on the religion practised by Sonia Gandhi. The bench comprising Chief Justice Mukul Mudgal and Justice Ranjan Gogoi dismissed the appeal on whether the registrar general, Census Operations, is bound to provide details of the religion practised by the UPA chairperson and her children under the RTI Act.

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