Thursday, March 7, 2013

In the news Jan, Feb, March 2010

President Pratibha Patil confers the Padma Shri award to badminton
player and Deccan Chronicle brand ambassador Saina Nehwal during the
Padma Awards 2010 function at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on
Wednesday. Saina is currently ranked sixth in the Badminton World
Federation rankings.
Death penalty for 17 Indians in UAE (bbc)
India to send letter to the US on Headley by end of week (rediff)
IPL 2nd highest-paid league, edges out EPL (Times of India)
Vinay Kumar lone new face in T20 World Cup squad (taranga)
Headley confession shows Al Qaeda, LeT ties (msnindia)
Google closes search service based in China (ndtv)
New IPL cricket franchises handed to Kochi and Pune after huge bids (guardian)
Kumbh: India is home to the world's largest religious gathering (msnindia)
Joggers have active sex lives (IANS)
Carlos Slim overtakes Bill Gates in world rich list (bbc)
Japan opens 98th national airport in Ibaraki (bbc)

MF Husain surrenders Indian passport (one india)
Women's bill causes uproar in Parliament (yahoo)
Kathryn Bigelow has won the Oscar for best director of ‘The Hurt Locker’ at the 82nd annual Academy Awards(cnn)
'The Hurt Locker' wins Best Film award (ibnlive)
Best visual effects: "Avatar"(cnn)
Best foreign language film:"The Secret in Their Eyes," from Argentina (cnn)
Bigelow first woman to win best director Oscar (abc)
China executes two over tainted milk powder scandal (bbc)
SC to appeal before itself on RTI row (pti)

Yahoo and Twitter Enter in Content Sharing Partnership (technorati)
How brain, on a cellular level, boosts memory formation while sleeping (ANI)
India budget raises borrowing to new record, bonds hit (reuters)
Explain Greyhound presence in Osmania: SC (expressbuzz)
Mamata trims passenger fare, no hike in freight (msnindia)
'Avatar,' 'Hurt Locker' Face Off at U.K. Awards in Walk-Up to Oscars (Fox News)
Student dies after self-immolation over Telangana (Economic Times)
Telangana stir: Student immolates self, 300 detained (rediff)
'US faces competition from India in clean energy tech' (pti)
Tom and Jerry turn 70 this year (Hindustan Times)

Google has made a $2 million donation to the Wikimedia Foundation, the group behind the widely used Wikipedia reference site. (zdnet)

Nitin Gadkari
Telangana Issue
Pune German Bake…
Jai Ho World Tour
Rio Carnival
Haridwar Maha Ku…
Project Tiger
Nirmal Pandey
Sanath Jayasuriya

source: yahoo 19.2.2010
AP govt in SC against HC order to move out forces from Osmania (business standard)
India retain No. 1 ranking (yahoo)
CNN poll: 52% say Obama doesn't deserve reelection in 2012 (thehill)

More protests for separate Telangana state in India (bbc)
Deccan Chargers :: Send Legal Notice To IPL After Shift Of Matches From Hyd (CNBCTV18news)
Italians spend £5 billion a year on fortune tellers and astrology (telegraph)
Govt can't ban porn websites for obscenity (ET)
Centre pits Telangana against unified AP; TRS livid (msnindia)
TRS alleges betrayal, slams Telangana committee (ibnlive)
South Africa beat India by an innings and 6 runs (Economic Times)
AGNI-III test-fired successfully(hindu)
India backs embattled climate chief Pachauri (bbc)
IAS couple's home raided, Rs 3 crore recovered (ndtv)
"Internet" Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize 2010 (techie-buzz)
Harry Potter stars were the highest-paid actors for 2009 (news)
The world has 212 million jobless people!(rediff)
Pakistan Taliban Chief Reportedly Killed in U.S. Drone Strike (foxnews)
Paes, Black win Australian Open mixed doubles (ibnlive)
Most books on Gandhi bought by NRIs, youth (thaindian)

Slammin' Serena Williams wins Australian Open (heralsun)

South Korea's president is the chief guest-of-honour at India's Republic Day military parade
Did you know:-
South Korea's president Lee Myung-bak was born on Dec. 19, 1941, in Osaka, Japan, where his parents were working during the Japanese occupation of Korea, and he grew up in Pohang, in the southeastern region of South Korea. Rising from desperate poverty, he collected garbage to put himself through college. At the age of 36, he became, in a society that respects seniority, the chief executive of Hyundai Construction, a key player in South Korea’s economic development.

India@60 puts up a spectacular show of might and diversity (msnindia)

Ilayaraja& AR Rahman confered Padma Bhushan (sify)
'Avatar' replaces 'Titanic' in record books (msnindia)
'Media needs sensationalism' (buzz18)
Trapped father survives with help of phone app (cnn)
Ethiopian plane crashes off Lebanon, 90 on board (ap)
Google wins domain name dispute against Indian cybersquatter (Economic Times)
Judge to head panel on Telangana (Times of India)
'Jaipal betrayed Telangana cause' (India Today)
Saffron youths roar for T swaraj (expressbuzz)
Sushma pitches for Telangana (The Hindu)
'T-state will be a reality soon' (Times of India)
Golden couple Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie see top divorce lawyer (notw)
Pachauri admits mistake & upholds IPCC findings on Himalayan glaciers (newsonair)
China now world's second largest diamond market(Economic Times)
China last year overtook Japan to become the world's second largest diamond market behind the United States with trade on the Shanghai
diamond exchange rising 16.4 percent to more than $1.5 billion, state media said.

Priyanka Chopra bags National award for Fashion (ndtv)
Priyanka Chopra wins best actress award for her role in Fashion (sakshi)
NASA: 2009 tied for 2nd-warmest year, 00s hottest decade too (arstecgbuca)
Indian communist leader Basu dies (bbc)

Cheap car from India could cost $8,000 in US (ap)
Alibaba says Yahoo 'reckless' on Google stance (ap)
Impromptu billboard porn film stops traffic (reuters)

Solar eclipse bemuses many Africans (Hindu)
The longest annular solar eclipse of the millennium took some in Africa by surprise Friday morning as it marched across the continent.

U.S. judges mock broadcast regulator's 'fleeting expletives' policy (cbcnews)

Majority of street children face sex abuse in India: Study (Times of India)
Thomas Friedman: Is China the next Enron? (Economic Times)

Office of Chief Justice comes under RTI Act: Delhi HC (zeenews)
Skewed China birth rate to leave 24 mln men single (afp)

Pakistan suffers record number of deaths due to militant violence (guardian)

3,021 people killed in terrorist attacks in 2009 – a 48% rise, according to Islamabad thinktank
Swiss court fines speeding millionaire $290,000 (ap)

BrahMos missile to be inducted into Air Force in 2012 (msnindia)
Nobel laureate Ramakrishnan failed IIT, medical entrance tests (Economic Times)

Dubai’s Burj Khalifa
The $1.5 Billion super-scraper opensJan (cnn)

Tiger Woods
Woods' wife gets $300 million 'Christmas gift'(ndtv)
Thousands gather for Telangana meet at Osmania varsity (thaindian)
Liberate Indian science from red tape: PM (yahoo)
Partial Lunar Eclipse and Blue Moon New Year's Eve (space)
Governor ND Tiwari ‘SEX’ In Raj Bhavan (greatandhra)
Hottest Kamasutra sex positions to tempt, thrill! (Times of India)

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