’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.

Obituary: EXPIRED NEWS of Marcine D’Cunha Bajjar-Kalladka

Obituary: EXPIRED NEWS of Marcine D’Cunha Bajjar-Kalladka

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.

Man without arms, legs to inspire Qatar

The popular motivational speaker Nick Vujicic is set to inspire audiences in Qatar on February 10 as part of the Message of Hope series organised by HOPE Qatar Centre for Children with Special Needs.

Supermarkets are exchanging gold for food

Nowadays, shoppers can carry their old jewelry to supermarkets in England and exchange it for a loaf of bread or any other item. There is a new trend where people that own some used and forgotten gold jewelry or watches trade them for cash. Why not, since gold prices have reached its top level of 1400 US dollars an ounce against $600 five years ago.

Woman stuck down well for seven days in Saudi: paper

DUBAI - Rescue efforts are continuing to save a woman who has been stuck down a bore well for seven days in western Saudi Arabia, local daily Arab News reported on Sunday.

KSRTC plans Swanky Benz may be new year gift

How about travelling to Chamundi Hills in a Meredes Benz? Obviously, most, especially who are quick in grabbing the opportunity to drive in luxury wouldn’t dare to miss the chance.

Chinese troops enter Indian territory again; stop development work

After remaining peaceful for most of the year, Chinese troops entered Indian territory in the fag end of 2010 along the Line of Actual Control in South-eastern Ladakh region and threatened a contractor and his team to halt work on constructing a ’’passenger shed’’.

India not after NRI’s money, Montek tells diaspora

Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia on Sunday dispelled the impression that India was after NRI funds saying that more than 95 per cent of investment comes from domestic sources. “I think we can get rid of the notion that we are connecting with the NRIs (Non-Resident Indians) because we want investment...we are not reaching out to NRIs because we need money,” Mr. Ahluwalia said at the Pravasi Bhartiya Divas organised by the government in collaboration with industry chamber CII.

Obituary: Devappa A.Devadiga Elluru-Karkaka Chemburu-Mumbai.

Obituary: Devappa A.Devadiga Elluru-Karkaka Chemburu-Mumbai.

Kaup: Mutton curry Bisiyoota in Mallar school kicks off row

Kaup : The revelation that children studying in the government Higher Primary Urdu School at Mallar Gram Panchayat limits in Kaup, were served mutton curry and biriyani instead of the vegetarian Bisiyoota as per the government guidelines, has now sparked off a contravercy. Following complaints from the villagers, the panchayat leaders have visited the school on January 7, Friday and have come to know that non-veg food was being served to the children. A complaint has been lodged with the education department authorities.

New branch of Udupi Catholic Credit Co-operative Society inaugurates at Malpe

Malpe : New branch of the Udupi Catholic Credit Co-operative Society at Citizen Centre, Citizen Circle here inaugurated by Pramod Madwaraj, Industrialist of Malpe on Saturday, 8th January, 20ll. Very Rev Fr. Mathew Vaz, Parish Priest of Mother of Sorrows Churchm Udupi blessed the Society branch. Raghupathy Bhat, MLA of Udupi inaugurated the Safety treasurery and opened it. Jery Vincent Dais President of Builders Association of Udupi inaugurated the computer system of the branch.

Hundreds of birds found dead in northern Italy

ROME—Hundreds of dead turtle doves have been found in a town in northern Italy. An Italian association for bird protection said Saturday that over 700 dead birds have been picked up since Jan. 1 from the streets of Faenza, about 30 miles (50 kilometers) southeast of Bologna.

Nagpur youth sings for more than 93 hrs; hospitalised

Nagpur, Jan 8 (PTI) A local singer Sunil Waghmare, who achieved a rare feat by singing for 93 hours and 20 minutes, thereby creating a new non-stop singing record, was admitted in hospital here due to exhaustion.

Objectionable Christmas Cards Distributed in Orissa and More

The distribution of an objectionable picture of Jesus Christ with a can beer and a cigar on his hands, printed in Christmas greeting cards in Koratpur, Orissa hurts the religious sentiments of Christians all over the world.

Four killed in Saudi medical chopper crash

RIYADH - A Saudi medical evacuation helicopter crashed on Friday south of Riyadh killing four people on board, a defence and aviation ministry official said.

India’s Gambhir sets $2.4 million IPL record.

Gautam Gambhir and Yusuf Pathan were snapped up for more than $2 million each at the Indian Premier League auction, smashing the record price paid for an IPL player. Left-handed opener Gambhir was the first player to go under the hammer for the scandal-plagued tournament’s fourth edition, bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for $2.4 million, far higher than his base price of $200,000.

US Airways Conn.-bound flight safely lands in NY

A passenger jet with 35 people aboard has landed safely at an airport on New York’s Long Island after being struck by lightning.

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