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Year of tech, tweets, tablets and telecom (2011 in Retrospect)

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By Prasanto K. Roy (12:10) New Delhi, Dec 27 (IANS) The year Steve Jobs died was a busy one for global tech -- the rise of the iPad, the spread of pay-as-you-go cloud services and the turmoil in the smartphone market with iPhone and Android knocking out RIM BlackBerry and Nokia. The year -- ...

Notorious Robbery gang nabbed

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Hyderabad, Feb 2 (Crime News): The sleuths of Charminar Police, Hyderabad City apprehended two notorious robbery Gang of Hyderabad and seized net cash of Rs.31,500, three cell phones & One Hero Honda Splendor.     The Charminar cops arrested Md. Mujamiluddin @ Mujju of Al-Juber Colony, Chandrayangutta, Hyderabad and Mohd. Feroz of Farooq ...

London oil executive linked to 9/11 hijackers

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London, Feb 18 (IANS) A Saudi man accused of associating with 9/11 hijackers and who disappeared from his home in the US a few weeks before the attacks in 2001, is in London working for his country's state oil company, The Telegraph reported Saturday. Abdulaziz al-Hijji and his wife Anoud left three ...

Britons held for smuggling ‘fake’ artefacts out of Egypt

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London, Feb 28 (IANS) A British couple were arrested at an Egyptian airport on suspicion of trying to smuggle antiquities out of the country before experts realised they were imitations bought at a local market. Michael Newey, 65, and his wife Angela, 62, were stopped at the Luxor international airport with 19 ...

Ex-cop, 3 others acquitted in Mumbai gang-rape case

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(22:50) Mumbai, Feb 27 (IANS) A Mumbai court Monday cleared a high-ranking disgraced former police officer and three others for their alleged involvement in the sensational gang-rape case involving a minor girl in Powai around two years ago, a legal official said. The accused, Arun Borude (55), was a former encounter specialist and ...

Sun defence editor arrested

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(23:00) London, March 1 (IANS) The defence editor of Britain's The Sun newspaper was arrested over allegations of corrupt payments made to public officials. She was later released on bail, the Daily Mail reported Thursday. Virginia Wheeler, 32, becomes the 23rd person to be detained by Scotland Yard as part of Operation Elveden. News ...

Nitish Katara murder: Vishal to pay Rs.16 lakh for security

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New Delhi, March 16 (IANS) Vishal Yadav, jailed in the 2002 Nitish Katara murder, was Friday told by the Delhi High Court to pay nearly Rs.16 lakh spent by the government on his security during his visits to hospitals outside prison. A division bench of Justice Gita Mittal and Justice V.K. Shali: ...

No international operations until transaction suspension revoked: Mallya

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New Delhi, March 20 (IANS) Kingfisher Airlines' chairman Vijay Mallya Tuesday said the carrier's international operations will remain suspended until its status with International Air Transport Association's (IATA's) inter-airline transaction body is restored. Kingfisher was suspended by IATA from its inter-airline transaction body ICH (IATA Clearing House) and BSP (Billing and Settlement ...

Antony says he acted on BEML irregularities

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New Delhi, March 30 (IANS) Defence Minister A.K. Antony Friday said he had acted on complaints against defence public sector firm BEML a day after receiving complaints of irregularities forwarded to him on behalf of Congress president Sonia Gandhi in October 2009. Antony's assertion came on the day media reports suggested that ...

Sikkimese killed in US massacre was nursing student

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Washington, April 3 (IANS) A Sikkimese native who was one of the seven people killed in a mass shooting at a US college when the alleged gunman stole his car was studying nursing and worked nights as a janitor. Tshering Rinzing Bhutia, 38, was killed when gunman One Goh allegedly stole his ...


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