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May 03, 2012

Top Headlines

Live Blog: Maoists free Chhattisgarh collector
After 12 days of captivity, Maoists today freed Sukma collector Alex Paul Menon. He was handed over to mediators G Hargopal and BD Sharma.

Jaganmohan Reddy's Tirumala visit kicks up a row
Jaganmohan Reddy entered the shrine of Lord Balaji without signing the formal declaration about his belief in the Lord, which is mandatory for non-Hindus.

Isro's radar imaging satellite RISAT 1 has Amdavadi heart
Isro of course designs payloads for satellites, but this time a Gujarat-based company has built the very heart of RISAT-1, launched last month from Sriharikota.

Cities

School principal held for raping girl
The director of a school and his wife who is a principal in the same school were arrested by the police in Betul town, 160 km from here.

Drunk man rapes 65-yr-old mother-in-law
In an outrageous incident, a drunk man allegedly raped his 65-year-old mother-in-law. The victim, who is a TB patient, filed a complaint with the Koradi police.

Business

Ex-MD sues Adidas over fraud charge
The ex-boss of Adidas in India, has sued his ex-employer for Rs 15 cr in damages, in a dramatic escalation of hostilities between him and the German giant.

Rupee down 26 paise against dollar
The rupee declined by 26 paise in early trade today to hit fresh four-month low of Rs 53.22 against the American currency.

Sports

Struggling Mumbai face fumbling Pune
Team Pune have a natural inclination towards binding as a unit; most of their players have been rejected by national selectors or IPL franchises.

Barcelona's superstars remain best earners in sports
Barcelona's superstars remain the best-paid players in the world of sports, according to new figures collated by industry analysts Sporting Intelligence.

Entertainment

Ash and Lolo's face off!
Aishwarya Rai and Karishma Kapoor have many similarities. Both are successful actresses and mothers who belong to illustrious families of Indian Cinema.

Katrina in a triple role
Katrina recently shot for an ad film in Bangkok that features her in a triple role "playing fairy tale characters Cinderella, Red Riding Hood and Snow White".

Infotech

How Samsung beat Apple in smartphones
Samsung Electronics regained the lead in smartphones from Apple in the first quarter of this year. One of its weapons: screens of many different sizes.

Samsung: No Galaxy Nexus in India
For all those waiting for Samsung Galaxy Nexus in India, here's a bad news. The company has just announced that India will not see the launch of Galaxy Nexus.

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