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Beware of cyber Osama!
Osama Bin Laden's terror still looms large, even after his death. Now he seems to be creating a problem on the internet. According to Abhijit Limaye, Director, Development, Symantec, cyber......
Track foreign funds, Pranab tells IB, RBI
On instructions from Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, the Intelligence Bureau has taken up the task of identifying a sudden quantum jump in the amount of foreign money flowing in the country......
Women in Parliament: Rwanda, Afghan beat India
The Women's Reservation Bill has managed to evolve a consensus among the three perpetually bickering factions of Indian politics -- the Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Left front.......
UK trust to educate widows' kids
A leading international cosmetics company has donated 100,000 to the Loomba Trust to help educate children of widows in India.Canadian supermodel Linda Evangelista presented a cheque to London......
World's biggest arms-producing companies
It is estimated that every year over $1.5 trillion are spent on military expenditures worldwide. Part of this goes to the procurement of military hardware and services from the military......
Top 10 IT predictions for 2011
For the IT industry, 2011 will be about the consolidation of disruptive technologies and customer segments into the 'new mainstream' platform for growth. The 'mainstreaming' of these formerly......
This is what Mamata's rail has in store for you
Presenting the Rail Budget for 2010-11 in Parliament on Wednesday, Union Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee said that there will be no increase in the passenger fares of any class or category of......
It's Seniors versus Manikya Kallu this Friday
With not many films managing to make a great impact at the box office recently, two big releases pitted against each other hope to set the cash registers ringing this weekend. The multi starrer,......
Is this the hottest trend on the red carpet?
If there's one trend that has become popular on the red carpet, it's the one-shoulder draped dress that seems inspired by the Indian sari. Here's a look at the ladies sporting the trend......
The perfect cover girl: Ash or Freida?
Bollywood celebrity media wars seem to have gone international and viral.Media all over the world reported that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan had been replaced by Slumdog Millionaire actress Freida Pinto,......
Berlin welcomes SRK, Priyanka
Shah Rukh Khan, who is shooting the much-hyped sequel of his 2006 hit Don in Berlin, says he is so in love with the city that if told he would not mind dancing on top of a tourist bus. Khan, who......
Big B's message for Colombo
Amitabh Bachchan was spotted at the Katunayake International airport in Colombo where he announced that the Indian Film Academy Awards ceremony will take place in Colombo in...
Focus shifts to golf as Woods wins back fans
The paparazzi are still camped outside the gates of his home and helicopters still follow him each time he gets behind the wheel of one of his cars. But life for Tiger Woods is starting to get......
Controversy follows Barthez
Colourful and controversial, Fabien Barthez has always been a bit different.The Olympique Marseille and France goalkeeper, who was banned for six months including three suspended on Friday for......
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