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January 08, 2010

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Ruchika molestation case: No bail for Rathore, faces arrest
A Panchkula court dismissed former Haryana DGP Rathore's anticipatory bail plea in Ruchika molestation case, leaving it open for the police to arrest him any time.

J&K encounter over, 2 LeT terrorists killed
Two Lashkar terrorists were killed in an encounter in Pulwama district on Friday. This was the second encounter in J&K in 48 hours.

NRIs can vote soon: Manmohan Singh
NRIs will be able to cast their votes by the time the country holds its next general elections, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Friday.


Delhi court acquits four in IMA attack conspiracy
A Delhi court acquitted four men accused of hatching a conspiracy to attack the Indian Military Academy but held two LeT members guilty of possessing explosives.

Lawyer seeks protection after 13 cops get life term
The prosecution lawyer in a fake shootout case sought protection saying that he and his family were being threatened with death.


PM sees 2009-2010 growth at 7%
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said India is expected to grow by around 7% in 2009/2010 fiscal year, slightly below previous forecasts by his policy makers.

Rupee spooks markets again, Sensex sheds 75 points
In a volatile trade, the Sensex on Friday fell further by over 75 points on heavy selling by funds in IT stocks on worries that the rising rupee may hurt revenues.


Revolt in Indian hockey, players refuse to turn up for practice
Indian players, led by captain Rajpal Singh, refused to turn up for practice unless their salary demands are met. "Hockey India didn't revert to our letter," Rajpal said.

India beat Azerbaijan, in joint lead
India defeated formidable Azerbaijan in the third round of the World Team Chess Championship to emerge as joint leader in the elite event.


Ranbir is India's most desirable!
Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor has emerged the topper of the 'ZOOM 50 Most Desirable' hotties list for 2009.

Paris Hilton to tie the knot soon?
Socialite heiress Paris Hilton is planning to settle down by the end of 2010. Hilton is ready to tie the knot with boyfriend Doug Reinhardt.


Biggest technology launches of 2009
Despite slowdown paring down consumer spending, 2009 was a hot year for product launches. The year saw some of the coolest technology debuts and makeovers.

Atom chips power LG smartphone
Intel CEO Otellini showed off a smartphone based on a new version of the Atom chip, part of the semiconductor maker's strategy to break into the wireless-phone market.


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