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Rahul Dravid hit a classy 119 on the first day of the second test match against West Indies that saw India score a massive total of 346 runs at the loss of five wickets. With all the top order players firing in the batting department, India will look to score a sizeable first inning total on the second day with the likes of Yuvraj Singh and captain cool Dhoni still to bat.

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Arvind Kejriwal added. IAC officials claimed clerics and intellectuals, whom Kejriwal met, assured him to extend their full support to the Jan Lokpal movement.

Kolkata, Nov 14 (IANS) Within hours of the Maoists calling off the ceasefire, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Monday announced that the joint forces operation against the rebels will begin soon and those who support them will also be arrested. Putting the onus of peace talks on the West Bengal government, the Maoists in a letter to the interlocutors, publicised Monday, called off the mutual cease-fire agreed earlier. "The one-month cease fire agreement we entered with you has expired Oct 30. Since then, there has been no communication on the issue either from the government or you. In wake of this, we declare the end of cease-fire," read the letter dated Oct 31 and signed by Communist Party of India-Maoist state secretary Akash. Banerjee dismissed the letter. "I don't want to give any importance to the letter of the Maoists. For last five months I have not taken any action against them I thought they would respond positively. But I have information that they have come down to hooliganism, kidnapping of businessmen and extorting money," she said. "We will snatch away their rifles and the joint forces operation will also start and it will go on. Those who are sitting in Kolkata and are supporting the Maoists will

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also be arrested as the Maoists organisation has been banned by the central government. The government will take action against those who will glorify the Maoists. Law will take its own course," she said. Banerjee's announcement of the commencement of the joint forces operation also comes after two Trinamool Congress supporters were killed by the Maoists in Balrampur area of Purulia district.

Phulpur (Uttar Pradesh), Nov 14 (IANS) Kickstarting the Congress campaign for the 2012 election from the constituency of his great-grandfather Jawaharlal Nehru, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi Monday urged the youth to oust the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Uttar Pradesh. "When will you wake up? I want an answer!" Gandhi thundered. The son of Congress president Sonia Gandhi was addressing a rally at the packed railway ground on the city's outskirts in Jhusi, which falls in the Phulpur parliamentary constituency. Nehru, India's first prime minister and a key architect of modern India, represented Phulpur in the Lok Sabha. The young Gandhi, 41, chose Nehru's birth anniversary for his

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National Lucknow, Nov 14 (IANS) Team Anna member Arvind Kejriwal met several Muslim clerics and intellectuals here Monday to garner support from the minority community for the Jan Lokpal movement, officials said. According to sources in India Against Corruption (IAC), Kejriwal's meetings were also aimed to counter the Congress' allegation that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), and not Muslims, were supporting the Jan Lokpal movement. "Though corruption affects all of us, it hits the poor and downtrodden the most. And due to the poor financial conditions of our Muslim brothers, they get more affected by corruption," Kejriwal told reporters. "It's our hard-earned money that is being misused... We all should get united for fighting corruption, which in turn would help in development of our country," he

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Congress Party General Secretary Rahul Gandhi maiden visit to Phulpur. Increasingly seen as the face of the Congress, Gandhi was at his aggressive best against Chief Minister Mayawati's BSP. But he didn't spare

the Samajwadi Party either. He asked the crowds: "How long will you continue to beg for your livelihood in Maharashtra or Punjab? Remember, this will go on until there is development in your state. No change is possible unless you change your mindset and act to affect a change of guards." Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati late Monday evening blasted the Congress leader's statements as a "pack of lies". "Whatever Rahul Gandhi has said earlier during the day was a pack of lies, politically motivated only with the intent of running down our government," ruling Bahujan Samaj Party spokesman Swami Prasad Maurya said in a statement issued on behalf of Mayawati.

Shiv Sena, BJP and RPI announce alliance Mumbai, Nov 14 (IANS) Nearly 23 years after the Shiv Sena joined hands with the Bharatiya Janata Party, the alliance Monday took into the fold a new partner, the Republican Party of India. The "grand alliance" was formally announced by Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray, senior BJP leader Gopinath Munde and RPI chief Ramdas Athawale

after a meeting. Athawale said that besides the alliance in Maharashtra, the RPI would also join the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA). The alliance will henceforth fight all elections - ranging from local bodies to the assembly and parliament - Munde told media persons shortly after the meeting.

Constitution Club to hold briefings for MPs on bills IN BRIEF New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) The Constitution Club of India (CCI) will hold "Thursday bill briefings" during the forthcoming winter session of parliament as part of its ongoing initiative to provide MPs a platform for apolitical discussion on key legislations and help them play a more effective role as lawmakers. Jayant Chaudhary, MP and convener of CCI Thursday bill briefings, said here that the objective of the programme was to evolve an apolitical discussion forum of lawmakers to discuss, share and interpret legislative business. "I have always believed that an exchange of ideas and thoughts among the parliamentarians outside the purview of the formal settings can go a long way in developing a nuanced understanding of our legislative framework and policies," he said. Thursday briefings are held every week during the period of a parliament session. PRS Legislative Research (PRS) has been assisting the programme as knowledge partners. CCI has, on occasions, also invited stakeholders to present their point of view to MPs. The forum had organised a meeting on Lokpal bill, days before Anna Hazare began his indefinite fast at Ramlila grounds in August for a strong anti-corruption legislation.

Court orders CBI probe into Chandrababu Naidu's assets

Hyderabad, Nov 14 (IANS) The Andhra Pradesh High Court Monday ordered preliminary investigations by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and other agencies into the assets of former chief minister and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) supremo N. Chandrababu Naidu. The court ordered the probe against 13 others including Naidu's wife N. Bhuvaneswari, companies owned by her, Naidu's son N. Lokesh, TDP MP and industrialist Sujana Chowdary, media baron Ramoji Rao, film actor Murali Mohan and the companies owned by them.

US must observe protocol for Indian dignitaries: Krishna

Bangalore, Nov 14 (IANS) The US needs to observe protocol in treating Indian dignitaries visiting that country, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said here in the wake of American security agencies frisking former president A.P.J. Abdul

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Kalam on board an aircraft. "The US government has to take into account certain protocols when dealing with our distinguished dignitaries visiting America," a miffed Krishna told IANS late Sunday after India protested the Kalam episode. "We have to evolve a mechanism to ensure visiting dignitaries, especially of Kalam's stature, are respected and treated fairly when they go to the US. Those looking after security aspects have to be sensitised on how to handle the situation," Krishna said.

Geelani claims security forces could harm him, police seek proof Srinagar, Nov 14 (IANS) Hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani Monday accused the security forces of being a threat to his life and disrupting his peaceful public gatherings, saying an armed soldier had been caught from one of his rallies. Police asked him to furnish proof. Addressing a media conference at his uptown Hyderpora residence here, Geelani said: "During our peaceful rally last Friday in Sopore town there was some commotion in which people caught a person and recovered a pistol from his possession. The person belonged to the army."


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In Your City Manu Sharma’s parole plea decision reserved

New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) The Delhi High Court on Monday reserved till Nov 16 its order on the parole application of Manu Sharma, who is serving a life sentence here for killing ramp model Jessica Lall in 1999. He wants to attend his brother’s marriage. Parole is the temporary release of a convict from prison before the end of his sentence, subject to certain conditions. Delhi Police counsel Pawan

Sharma did not oppose Sharma’s parole, but told Justice V.K. Shali that they had no objection if he gave an undertaking to the court that he would not leave Karnal and Ambala where the marriage ceremony and the reception were slated to be held on Nov 22 and Nov 24, respectively. Taking note of police submission, Justice Shali reserved the order saying it will pronounce its judgement on Nov 16.

Lit up with art, music, behold the Yamuna

New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) In the dark, a small stretch of the bank along the otherwise polluted Yamuna resembled an oasis of light. Dotted with installations of objects connected to the river and its fragile ecology, a string of over 1,000 bottles lit with fluorescent LED sticks drew light patterns across the water. Welcome to the ‘Yamuna-Elbe Public Art and Outreach Program’, an initiative to connect the river Elbe in Hamburg, Germany, to the Yamuna in Delhi. At the heart of the project is a series of public art projects, installations by artists like Atul Bhalla, Sheba Chachi and Gigi Scaria and related activities to raise awareness about the river, its

IN BRIEF Minor motorcyclist killed in accident New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) A 14-year-old boy driving a motorcycle was killed after a private school’s bus mowed him down in east Delhi on Monday morning, police said. Nitin, 14, was returning home in Kalyanpuri after dropping his younger sister to her school when the incident took place, police said.

Joyride for special kids on Childrens’ Day

New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) A group of 18 kids with special needs were treated to a ride in the clouds on board an Air India jetliner on the occasion of Children’s Day on

sustainability and ecology and draw more people to the riverfront to experience it as a tangible urban heritage. Co-curated by Ravi Agarwal, a Delhi-based environmentalist-artist, and Till Krause, a land artist from Hamburg, the project is trying to create “ecologically sustainable rivers in cities”. The highly polluted Yamuna is almost reduced to a drain in the capital. “People have to see the river and decide. No amount of description in newspapers or in the media can compensate for physically experiencing the river,” Agarwal said at the project site near Loha Pul, an old iron road and rail bridge on the northeastern fringe of the metropolis.

Monday. Thirteen students from Asha School for special children, which is run by the Army Wives Welfare Association and another five from government blind school for boys flew between Delhi and Lucknow.

Two die after inhaling poisonous gas

New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) Two people died after inhaling poisonous gas rising from a sewer manhole in a basement in south Delhi on Monday, a fire brigade official said. Lokesh Chand Sharma, 50, a resident of Jangpura, and sewer cleaner Rampal, 25, died after inhaling poisonous gas around 4 p.m. Sharma had called Rampal to clean a sewer in the basement of his house. When Rampal opened the lid of the sewer, both of them collapsed, the official said.

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Delhi International Arts Festival, gala event today

Sufi Maestro Ustad Shafqat Ali Khan from Pakistan was one of the artists who performed during the ongoing Delhi International Arts Festival. New Delhi, Nov 14: The 5TH Delhi International Arts Festival comes to an end today with the closing Gala event- The Italian Opera “La Cavalleria” which will take place at the Siri Fort Auditorium. Cavalleria Rusticana is composed by Pietro Mascagni while the Orchestra is formed by the “ Indian National Youth Orchestra” which has an amalgamation of musicians from 12 various states of India along with musicians from the Italian music conservatory of Scuola di Masica di Fiesole. The soloists are renowned Opera Singers from Italy, with Francesca Patane as the lead Sopranist. The

Cash for votes: Order on bail plea of five accused on Wednesday New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) The Delhi High Court on Monday reserved till Nov 16 its order on the bail plea of Sudheendra Kulkarni, advisor to Atal Bihari Vajpayee when he was prime minister, and four other accused in the 2008 cash-for-votes scam that had rocked parliament ahead of a trust vote. Justice M.L. Mehta reserved the order on bail applications of Kulkarni, former aide of MP Amar Singh Sanjeev Saxena, political activist Suhail Hindustani and former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs Faggan Singh Kulaste and Mahabir Singh Bhagora. The court said it will pronounce its order Nov 16. Saxena is accused of delivering Rs.1 crore to Kulaste and Bhagora, as also to Ashok Argal, who continues to be an MP, under a conspiracy to buy their votes for the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government in the July 2008 trust motion. The court also reserved its order till Nov 16 on Argal’s anticipatory bail. The Delhi Police have received Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar’s nod to proceed against Argal.

Choir comprises of 40 singers from the Neemrana Music Foundation. The soloists, chor & orchestra I sled by the world renowned Conductor Maestro Vijay Upadhyaya. The Artistic Director is Maurizio Di Mattia from Taetro dell’ Opera di Roma. Delhi International Arts Festival is positioned as India’s ‘Signature Festival’ and serves as a significant platform for cultural diplomacy. Cutting across geographical barriers and looking beyond cultural stereotypes, Delhi International Art Festival (DIAF) is a rare bouquet of all forms of art including literature that unifies the globe into one aesthetic.

Another cluster bus service launched New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) The Delhi government on Monday introduced another 50 semifloor buses in the north and west parts of the capital under the cluster bus services. Under the PPP model, the first fleet of cluster buses was launched in May with 100 buses in south Delhi. With the introduction of these 50 buses, their number has gone up to 150. Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and Transport Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely inaugurated the buses at a function. The new lot of the buses has modern features like passenger information, GPS and electronic display board. Speaking on this occasion, Dikshit expressed hope that the orange buses under Cluster-2 will supplement the existing public transport system apart from providing comfortable service to the commuter. “We are working very hard to improve our public transport system and cluster bus service is part of that sustained effort,” she said.

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Norway terror suspect is not insane, says judge

US officials have reportedly sought a breakdown of the number of British police and security personnel that will be available next summer. But the US' need for reassurance is "exasperating" British officials and anti-terrorism officials, who have privately raised concerns about the "meddling", as well as the size of the US "footprint" in Britain during the games, the daily said.

Iranians to form human chain around nuclear site

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Tehran, Nov 14 (IANS/ AKI) Thousands of Iranians will form a human chain around a nuclear site to protect what they say is their country's "peaceful nuclear programme", state media reported Monday. The demonstration is being planned at the A file photo of a reactor building at the Russian-built Uranium Conversion Bushehr nuclear power plant in southern Iran, 1200 Facility near Isfahan Kms south of Tehran. city, 350 km from Tehran, the Fars news agency said. It said Monday was quoted as saying by would be a protest against the recent The Telegraph. International Atomic Energy Agency A recent report by the Internation(IAEA) report that said Iran's nuclear al Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) programme is more ambitious than said Iran continued its nuclear weappreviously known. ons research and technology develIn the meantime, Britain has said opment after 2003, at a time when that it does not exclude military ac- it declared a halt in its nuclear protion against Iran in the long-term if gramme. The report said Tehran had negotiations fail to halt Tehran's con- temporarily frozen nuclear activities, troversial nuclear programme. but that there was evidence the pro"We are not considering that (mili- gramme continued to be carried out tary action) at the moment. We are at a more modest pace. not calling or advocating military acRussia has criticised the IAEA retion. At the same time we say all op- port while France and Germany have tions should remain in future," Brit- called for more economic sanctions ish Foreign Secretary William Hague against Iran.

Occupy activists arrested in several US cities

Washington, Nov 14 (IANS) Occupy activists confronted the police in several US cities over the weekend as the authorities made scores of arrests in attempts to clear public spaces, a few of them occupied for nearly two months. In yet another tense showdown late Sunday afternoon in Portland, Oregon, police in riot gear and holding batons, lined up for hours along a city street, face-to-face with activists who refused to clear the road and go onto the sidewalk. This confrontation came hours after more than a dozen people were arrested

as authorities cleared Chapman Square, the last city park where protesters had gathered, CNN reported citing a police spokesman. In Denver, Colorado, two police officers were injured and two Occupy activists were arrested late Sunday afternoon when protesters became upset as police began removing a food table from a park, some of them surrounding a police car, police said. What started as the Occupy Wall Street movement against corporate greed in New York Sep 17 has spread across some 70 US cities.

China unleashes charm for SAARC-plus one summit

Addu (Maldives)/New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) With diaries and paper bags flaunting 'China-SAARC friendship!', Beijing unleashed a charm offensive for a greater role at the eight-nation summit in the Maldives last week and is now pitching for a "SAARC-plusone" summit. Chafing for long at being merely an observer at the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), China has been lobbying hard to join the South Asian grouping as a member or at least get its status elevated as a dialogue partner.

IN BRIEF Dubai launches 'Clean Up the World' campaign Dubai, Nov 14 (IANS/WAM) The Dubai Municipality has launched a "Clean Up the World" campaign, where over 37,000 volunteers collected and disposed of waste materials in an eco-friendly manner, officials said. A total of 37,824 people from 375 organisations have taken part in the campaign. About 10,000 tonnes of waste have been disposed of.

YouTube pays 100,000 pounds for British family's video London, Nov 14 (IANS) Video sharing website YouTube has paid a British family 100,000 pounds for

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Oslo, Nov 14 (IANS) "That's why I There was no reason had to be here to believe that mass today. I don't unmurder suspect Anderstand, so I had ders Behring Breito see, had to be vik, who allegedly here," she said. massacred 77 people Breivik was not in Oslo in July, was allowed to deliver insane, the judge a speech he had hearing his case said prepared, a local Monday. Breivik has media report said. pleaded not guilty to He told the the murders. court he did not Breivik is accused recognise its auof a bomb attack in thority on the Oslo followed by a grounds that he A group of people hold banners reading "We will never forget the shooting rampage opposes the multi22nd. July massacre, crush fascism" and "No podium for fascists" on nearby Utoya is- in front of the court house in Oslo on Monday before the hearing of cultural society it land. Eight people is part of, TV2 reAnders Behring Breivik. were killed in the ported. bombing while 69 young people been banned for the first four. Breivik was stopped on several were killed on Utoya. More than 500 people packed occasions when he started referring The District court judge said into the court in Oslo to see the sus- to himself as "Commander of the there was also no evidence Breivik pect's first public appearance, said Knights Templar". had accomplices in the bomb and Irene Ramm, head of press for the Until now, the proceedings have gun rampage, CNN reported. The court. been held behind closed doors. But judge ordered Breivik to be held in A woman whose daughter was Monday, the victims' families were custody for 12 more weeks. Visits killed in the massacre said she able to see Breivik as he was brought and correspondence would be con- could not understand "how a hu- to the court with his hands and feet trolled by the authorities for the man being could do something like cuffed, the Norwegian Broadcastfirst eight weeks, and the media has that". ing Corporation reported. BERIT ROALD / SCANPIX NORWAY / AFP

World London, Nov 14 (IANS) The US plans to send up to 1,000 security officials, including 500 FBI agents, to protect its athletes at the 2012 London Olympics, a media report said Monday. America has raised repeated concerns about security at the Olympics and wants to provide protection for its contestants and diplomats, The Guardian reported.

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At the two-day SAARC summit that concluded in Addu Atoll in the Maldives Nov 11, China sought to woo visiting delegations with gifts homemade video clips of their three children. Howard Davies-Carr, the 42-yearold father of Charlie and Harry, became famous after the "Charlie bit my finger - again!" video was posted on the website. Since he posted the video, it has been viewed a staggering 386 million times, The Sun reported. Davies-Carr now posts videos every six weeks and runs a website. YouTube often splits with users the revenue from advertising running alongside videos.

Powerful quake hits Indonesia, no tsunami Jakarta, Nov 14 (IANS) A shallow undersea quake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale hit eastern parts of Indonesia Monday. There was, however, no tsunami warning or immediate reports of any casualties caused by it, officials here said. In 2004, about 170,000 people were killed and a huge infrastructure

that included paper bags, diaries and notebooks with the message of China-SAARC friendship embossed on them. Not only that, the Chinese delegation headed by Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun did hectic behind-the-scenes lobbying with visiting delegations from other South Asian countries in a bid to win support for a separate summit between China and the eight SAARC countries. The formula is modeled on the lines of the one Beijing has with the 10-nation Association for Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). was damaged in northern tip of Indonesia's Sumatra island when the Indian Ocean tsunami hit countries along the Ocean, killing a total of 230,000 people.

Yeti nests found in Russia?

London, Nov 14 (IANS) Experts from Russia, Canada, the US and Sweden went on an expedition to Siberia and reportedly found nests of the elusive Bigfoot or the legendary creature yeti. The experts said they discovered "strangely twisted" trees in the remote part of Russia, which suggested that a creature was building nests in the same way as orangutans and gorillas, The Sun reported. The trees had been twisted together by force to form an arch in the Kemerovo region, an area known for frequent sightings of the yeti.


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Industry, academia can create content for digital network: Sibal Mumbai, Nov 14 (IANS): Industry can collaborate with academia for creation of content for the digital network which the government is building to connect universities and institutes, Communications Minister Kapil Sibal said Monday. The minister also said that all the gram panchayats will be connected through a digital optic fibre network in the next two years. “The issue of academia-industry collaborations is complex and there are no simple answers to increasing

the interaction between the two,” he said while addressing the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Global Higher Education Summit. “However, one way of industry to collaborate with academia is to create content for the digital network which the government was building to connect universities and institutes. In two years time a digital optic fibre network will also connect all the gram panchayats in the country,” added Sibal who also holds the human resource development portfolio.

Kingfisher board to chalk out rescue plan

Mumbai, Nov 14 (IANS): Cashstrapped Kingfisher Airlines’ board is to meet here again Tuesday, after their Monday meet was inconclusive in chalking out a rescue plan for the carrier as it continued to cancel many of its daily flights while struggling with a pilot exodus and huge debts. “The board meeting which was held today was inconclusive,” a company official told IANS on the meet which was held to discuss the July-September quarter performance and on the issue of infusing fresh capital in the company. According to the official, the board will meet again Tuesday after the carrier’s chief executive and chief financial officers meet with the company’s lenders here. “It (board) will meet again tomorrow after the company’s chief executive and chief financial officers interact with the bankers,” the official said. Senior company officials will also address the media Tuesday to announce the company’s second quarter results. The board meeting came in the backdrop of increasing anxieties about the financial health of the airline. The country’s stock markets, vendors and lenders would also be keeping a close watch on the company’s quarterly results. The board meeting was expected to come out with a framework on cash infusion into the airline, as well as cutting some of the Rs.7,000 crore debt. News of the company planning to cut costs and infuse capital buoyed

trading sentiments and the airlines’ scrip at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) touched the high of Rs.21.65 before closing at Rs.21.35, up 8.63 percent for the day. The company’s lenders said that they would hold a meeting with the airline, which they have asked to come up with more funds for them to consider restructuring of the company’s loans. The SBI leads the consortium of 13 banks which has lent to the airline. SBI is also the biggest lender to Kingfisher with loans of Rs.1,500 crore. Private lender ICICI Bank has also given loans of up to Rs.400 crore to the company. Meanwhile, the company’s promoter Vijay Mallya said that the company has not asked for any kind of financial bailout from the government, but is only looking for working capital management assistance. Mallya, however, welcomed the statement by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Saturday that the government will find ways to help the airline and that he will meet the Civil Aviation Minister Vayalar Ravi on the matter.

Italy’s creditability. In Greece, new Prime Minister Lucas Papademos will face confidence vote in his cabinet Wednesday. Uncertainties about Athen’s future lingered. Meanwhile, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Europe was facing “the toughest time since World War II”, advocating a deepening political union in euro zone. All 10 S&P sectors finished in negative territory, led by financials and energy. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 74.70 points, or 0.61

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New York, Nov 15 (IANS): US stocks fell Monday as weak industrial data from Europe coupled with ongoing debt crisis caused recession fears, Xinhua reported. Industrial production in the eurozone fell 2.0 percent in September, the most since early 2009, according to data from the European Union’s statistics office. This added to recession fears in the 17-country bloc. European debt crisis continued to weigh on markets. Italy’s five-year government bond yield surged to euro-era high Monday even though Mario Monti, former European Commissioner became the new leader for the debt-burdened country. This indicated lack of confidence in

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New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS): A rise in prices of food articles, notably lentils, rice, milk, condiments, fruits and vegetables marginally pushed India’s annual rate of inflation to 9.73 percent for October from 9.72 percent in the previous month. The headline inflation based on the wholesale price index has remained stubbornly high, above 9 percent for the 11th consecutive month, despite aggressive monetary tightening by the Reserve Bank of India. According to latest data on the wholesale price index released by the commerce ministry, the rise was spread

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across commodity groups. Primary articles registered an inflation rate of 11.4 percent, fuels were up 14.79 percent and factory goods 7.66 percent. “For seven months, from April to October, the main reason for high inflation is food inflation. There has been a substantial increase food price,” Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said while reacting to the monthly data. Food inflation was recorded at 11.81 percent for the week ended Oct 29. Mukherjee said food prices were likely to moderate due to good monsoon.

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India , Pakistan pledge to normalize trade ties New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) Top officials of India and Pakistan Monday emphasized on the need for complete normalization of trade ties through dismantling of non-tariff barriers and full implementation of the South Asia Free Trade Agreement (SAFTA) obligations. In his opening remarks at the secretarylevel talks, Commerce Secretary Rahul Khullar said at the 6th round of talks on commercial and economic cooperation between India and Pakistan that the trade ministers of the two countries have mandated the officials to lay down “specific timelines for normalization of all trade relationships, dismantling of all non-tariff barriers and full implementation of SAFTA obligations.”


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to winterisation. The groups even bring out their separate newspapers - "The Occupied Washington Times" and "The Occupied Washington Post" to articulate their demands like higher taxes on the wealthy, cuts in defence budget and reform of campaign finance laws. There are no formal rules, yet the occupiers have pitched their tents of various shapes, sizes and hues in separate zones with a kitchen, an information booth, a library and a medical post separated from the living quarters. "Avenues" between the rows of tents have been named after Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Che Guevara, Harvey Milk and Malcolm X. The "General Assembly" meets in a large open field in another part at six every evening to take decisions with a

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merica is occupied today! The occupiers, a unique group of protesters, who have pitched tents and tarps in parks across America, from the Wall Street in the Big Apple to the nation's capital steeped in politics to the most Ivy of the Ivy Leaguers, Harvard. The unique movement is leaderless given the protesters' disdain for all authority, yet the occupiers have run the makeshift colonies with a system of their own for 58 days in New York, where the Occupy Wall Street movement started, 44 in Washington and for the fifth day today in Harvard. In Washington, the occupiers have taken over the Freedom Plaza and McPherson Square, one South of the White House and the other to North, with some 17 committees of volunteers looking after numerous tasks from action to food to sanitation

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Freedom Plaza Occupied: Tent and tarp colonies have sprung up in cities and towns across America as the "Occupy" movement keeps growing. In the nation's capital of Washington the occupiers are at home in Freedom Plaza, just a stone's throw from the White House.

Freedom Plaza Occupied: Tent and tarp colonies have sprung up in cities and towns across America as the "Occupy" movement keeps growing. In the nation's capital of Washington the occupiers are at home in Freedom Plaza, just a stone's throw from the White House.

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variety of hand signals . Basant Khalsa, a 29-year old Sikh trucker from Northern California, came to the US capital to attend the dedication of the Martin Luther King memorial, but has stayed on to run the kitchen. He works 16 to 17 hours a day to dish out three meals a day to 100 to 200 protesters because he "likes to help people." Manhattan's Zuccotti Park, the nerve centre of OWS has become a tourist attraction. Here too working with the same "horizontal hierarchy" style of leadership decisions are taken and plans made using an Occupy only technique called "mike check" for communicating . From Atlanta to Orlando in 70 major cities and over 600 communities across the US protesters are spreading their message with a 'mike' being passed on with just a shout of "mike check" and the crowd repeating the words of a speaker like a chant. Printed at Jagran Prakashan Ltd. D-210-211, Sec - 63, Noida - 201301, U.P (India)

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Along the way, the movement claiming to represent the 99 percent underdogs has picked up other causes from peace to saving the environment. Finally last Wednesday it arrived at Harvard University, which as one activist put it ironically produces the very one percent they are protesting against, with students pitching two dozen tents in Harvard yard with signs proclaiming "HARVARD IS THE 99%". Whether this amazing Occupy movement would keep growing or fizzle out, only time will tell. But for now it has occupied the minds of America. By Arun Kumar Washington, Nov 13 (IANS)

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Turkey is a wonderful country to visit for those looking for a great family holiday destination. Full of culture with European and Asian influences, there are hundreds of things for visitors to see, do and experience when taking a holiday there. In this article we will look at some of the top things to see and do when visiting Turkey.

Istanbul

The largest city in Turkey, it has been conquered by nearly every civilization, mostly due to its status as a major trading city. This has helped to give the city a wealth of influences from the world. Visit the Roman baths, the magnificent Hagia Sofia or the Topkapi Palace, the primary home of the ottoman sultans for almost 400 years.

The Ruins of Ephesus

This international tourist spot was once a part of Ephesus, the second largest city of the Roman Empire. It is best known for the Temple of Artemis, one of ancient wonders of the world, which was destroyed in 401AD. The site today lies just south of Selçuk, among the sites are the library or Celsus, reconstructed suing original pieces, the temple of Hadrian and the great theatre, the largest of the ancient world with over 40,000 seats.

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Cappadocia

Ankara

Not often considered as a place to visit, this peculiar area is one of Turkey's best kept secrets. This is a collection of manmade cities carved deep into the sides of mountains which have been inhabited since the prehistoric ages. There are a total of 36 of these cities, with some having a population of 200,000 people complete with churches, wine cellars and even schools. This fantastic place is not one to miss.

Icemeler Beach

The capital of the country is again crammed with history, architecture and culture. Ankara's landmark memorial is The Anitkabir, a massive 17m high structure that stands as the tomb of Turkey's first president, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. The city is fundamental in the export of the countries wine; go and taste history for yourself at the capitals oldest winery, Kavaklidere.

If you get tired of history, why not settle down on the luxurious sands of Icmeler beach. With temperatures soaring to over 40° in the summer, you can ensure to get a striking golden tan. A whole range of water sports are available, from jet skiing to scuba diving in crystal clear waters with a myriad of marine wildlife. So there you have it, but remember this is only a small number of the possibilities. One of the best ways to have a great holiday is to head there and discover and explore for yourself.

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Some people believe there is no problem on Earth that money cannot solve. There are enough clichés surrounding money’s inability to buy love but you appear to be in a situation regarding someone close to you that would be enhanced greatly if only more funds were available. You have other resources available to bring someone closer. Try investing in the sky’s ability to work a small miracle.

We often hear people described as ‘born’ salesmen or ‘born’ leaders. Nobody is born possessing any such abilities. These are formed over time through learning curves and life experiences. Becoming ‘good’ at something requires desire to learn how to do something and remain dedicated to learning over a period of time. Don’t be hard on yourself if there is something you believe or have been told you can’t do. You can do it. You just haven’t learned how to do it – yet!

It’s interesting how people reply when asked what they love about someone close to them. Immediate responses usually involve traits or characteristics about the person they like or adore. People aren’t usually as quick to say how proud the person makes them feel. Your feelings for a certain person run deep but it might only be occurring to you how proud you are to know or be with them. Remember that we tend to regret only what we don’t do or say in life.

March 21 - April 19

Remember, money is the root of all evil!

April 20 - May 20

Never should you ever underestimate yourself!

May 21 - June 20

Embrace life and most importantly embrace the people in your life!

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When we pursue particular plans of action, it’s usually because we’ve had time to weigh up and think through the implications of what we’re considering doing. Whilst we all act impulsively sometimes, pretty much everything we do is determined by a thought process first. When other people see only the action itself, they don’t understand how much thought we have given it first. Be prepared to justify an action to someone now.

People often dip their toe in pool water or put their hand under a streaming shower to gauge temperatures. In a similar way, you appear to be ‘testing’ something – or possibly, someone – now. You seem keen to ensure you don’t make a move before ensuring the temperature is right to step into. Even if there is an initial cold shock before you acclimatize to warmth, you can trust it won’t last long and what you’re stepping into will bring comfort not experienced in some time.

Any questioning process that requires an immediate answer relies on the right sort of questions being asked. Police interrogators tend not discuss the weather with suspected criminals. Salespeople aren’t usually willing to discuss competitors’ products in length with potential customers. You now need to take control of a discussion process before it goes off on unhelpful tangents. They way to do this is to ask questions you really want answers to.

That’s why they say actions speak louder than words!

What you need desperately is a shock to the system!

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Help from certain quarters would be appreciated. That’s not to say your world is devoid of assistance but where one person appears to be quick to lend a helpful hand, you appear to be encountering resistance or complete lack of willingness from someone else to do their bit. In the same way crabs willingly carry the burden of a shell upon their backs, you could be inclined to take on more than your fair share of a task now. Do not be afraid to speak up or delegate.

‘Why’s everybody always pickin’ on me?’ So sang The Coasters and, more recently, The Bloodhound Gang. Current influences could be causing you to believe you can do nothing right in some peoples’ eyes. For every one step forward you take, addressing issues or placating certain people causes a step backward to be taken. This is all part of a leadership role you’ve recently adopted. Try not to resent how much others are looking to you for answers now.

You were elected to lead not to read!

There’s a long way to go, you aint seen nothing yet!

I could be lazy and insert today’s forecast for Aries in this space because of how similar your forecasts are. Doing so probably wouldn’t help put your mind at ease about a financial issue that has presented itself. An opportunity has presented itself that requires more funding than your bank balance will allow. You are, understandably, considering letting the opportunity pass you by. Have faith in the fact that financial help could come from the most unexpected quarters.

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If something is to change for the better, then realistic time must be allowed for the change to occur. You are becoming impatient with how much time something is taking to show signs of improvement. You appear to be bracing yourself for having to return to Square One due to a setback. You could only see what is happening at a basic level. Trust there is much going on in the background that will bring relief very soon.

You have the ability to now to make a dramatic change to someone else’s situation. This might involve giving your heart. It could involve giving in other ways. In any case, a small gesture on your part could completely transform a situation causing tension or anxiety in certain quarters. Before committing or making a gesture, be sure you’re in a position to deliver what you’re promising. If you can, a permanent and positive change within a relationship can occur.

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Feb. 19 - March 20 Many people with wonderful, creative ideas struggle to make them happen because they’re unable to transfer thoughts or images in their head into something real and tangible. What they see in their mind doesn’t become something they see with their eyes for many reasons. You know in your mind what you want to happen but are being prevented from making it happen due to certain restrictions. The sky insists an idea pursued now will find its own way of manifesting.

Your mind is like a work of art so don’t worry!

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Not Just Chicken Soup for the Soul! 1- Bean and Pasta Soup

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The Best Muscle Building Food- Egg Nutrition Eggs truly are perfect muscle building material! They contain the highest quality protein. Let me explain that- Protein helps our body make muscle and burn fat. Now, protein quality is measured by the amount of protein that is used to make muscle, for every gram of protein that you consume. So, if you consume 40 grams of protein, and only 20 grams can be used for your muscles, then the quality is 0.50. Egg has a protein quality of over 0.95. Depending on the source of protein, the quality varies. And there are plenty of protein sources- dairy, meat, eggs, soy, vegetables, etc.

A hearty soup that is quite a meal by itself... Baked beans, macaroni, tomatoes, onions and garlic are simmered with water and topped off with cream, oregano and salt and pepper. Serve hot topping with cheese.

Preparation Time: 10 mins. Cooking Time: 15 mins. Serves: 4.

Ingredients

1/2 cup canned baked beans 1/4 cup sliced onions 1/2 tbsp sliced garlic 1 cup chopped tomatoes 1/4 cup macaroni or any small pasta 2 tsp cornflour 1 tsp dried oregano 2 tbsp cream 2 tbsp tomato ketchup 2 tbsp butter salt to taste

For the garnish

4 tbsp grated parmesan cheese

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Among all the sources, the protein from eggs has the highest rating. Both the yolk and the albumen (the egg white) contain protein. Besides protein, the yolk also contains vitamin b12, which is necessary for fat breakdown and muscle development. Other minerals include Riboflavin, Folate, vitamins B6, D, and E, and Iron, Phosphorus, and zinc. The egg white by itself is only protein. It does not contain any vitamins. All the vitamins and minerals are in the egg yolk, along with high quality protein! You could probably take a multivitamin to get these nutrients, but at Fitho we believe in getting maximum nutrition from natural and unprocessed sources, and eggs are high up on our list. Egg calories: A medium egg contains about 90 calories, 6 gm protein, 7 gm fat (2 gm saturated, 5 gm unsaturated fat), 210 mg cholesterol (70% of your daily requirement) and almost no carbohydrates. The egg white contains about 3-4 gms of protein and no fat, and thus about 12-16 calories. The egg yolk contains over 70 calories along with all the vitamins and minerals. So, eating 1 egg yolk is good for you, multiple egg yolks a day is bad for you! For those with an active lifestyle, recipe for a high protein snack, cook eggs with 1-2 egg yolks and 7-8 egg whites- they could be scrambled, poached, boiled, omelet, any way possible! That should provide about 25-30 gms of protein!

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Heat the butter in a pan, add the onions and garlic and sautĂŠ till the onions turn translucent. Add the baked beans, tomatoes, macaroni, salt and 4 cups of hot water and bring to a boil. Simmer till the macaroni is cooked (approx. 8 to 10 minutes). Dissolve the corn flour in 2 tablespoons of water and add to the soup. Add the oregano, cream, tomato ketchup, salt and pepper and mix well. Serve hot garnished with cheese.

2- Cheese Soup For cheese lovers.

Preparation Time: 20 mins. Cooking Time: 15 mins. Serves: 8.

Ingredients

*1 Basic White Stock 100 gms potatoes 100 gms carrots 100 gms french beans 1 tbsp butter 3/4 cup grated processed cheese 1/2 cup fresh cream 2 tbsp plain flour (maida) 1 tsp chopped parsley salt to taste black pepper (kalimirch) powder to taste

Method Cut the vegetables into small cubes. Heat the butter in a vessel and fry the flour for a little time. Add the vegetables and fry again for a few minutes. Add the white stock and boil until the vegetables are cooked. Add the cream, salt, pepper, parsley and half of the cheese. Sprinkle the balance cheese on top. Serve hot. Fitho helps you lose weight (4-5 kg per month), get healthy & fit. Fitho weight loss plans are simple to follow. To start, call 011-4104-0070, or sign up at www.fitho.in, or visit us at: E-11-A, East of Kailash

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450 gms bottle gourd (doodhi / lauki) 2 onions , roughly chopped 2 potatoes , roughly chopped cabbage (small piece)

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Broad Shoulders

In our opinion, broad shoulders are incredibly attractive but even so, if you wish to camouflage them, an asymmetrical dress- the one shoulder variety, for instance- will make you look like a million bucks! It is imperative that you avoid halternecks or anything with ruffles as they will only accentuate what you’re trying to hide.

Boyish Figure Remember Katrina Kaif’s dress in ‘Zara Zara Touch Me…’? It was shiny and covered with tassels that moved with every move she took- plus she looked curvier than ever! Now, we’re not telling you to walk around looking like that, but yes, if you think you miss those essential curves, you should go for such dresses which ooze ruffles or embellishments. It will compensate for what you’re missing!

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Pear Shaped (Bottom Heavy) A dress with a full skirt is perfect for this body type as it hides the flaws and emphasizes the ‘better’ parts such as a small waist or bust. The strapless or halter variety is recommended in such a case.

Apple Shaped (Top Heavy)

If you’re top heavy and feel a little uncomfortable carrying off a dress, you can breathe easy because there is a solution after all! It’s all about choosing the right neckline. V-neck or boat neck, for instance, will flatter your figure but the strapless kind may make you look shapeless. Choosing the right fabric is essential in this case as well- light cotton should be your best friend!

Dress Types for Every Body Type Who says that only rail thin people can carry off dresses? We say that anybody can look good in a dress- especially if they choose one based on their body type!

Plus Size Don’t look so shocked! Plus sized women can carry off dresses as well. Just look at American actress Queen Latifah! Kimono-style or those that cinch at the waist and are loose fitting for the most part will do the trick! And if you have to choose a color, go for black as it tends to give the wearer a slimmer look.

Petite The good thing about this body type is that it hardly comes along with any limitations but the tricky part is that most small-framed women tend to have very slight curves. So the aim here is to emphasize them, which is why fitted options are recommended.

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Get Rid of Cellulite

Most of us are slaves to our cellulite. We cover it up, hide it, lie about it, hate it, and try to deny its existence! But, now is the time to learn the truth about cellulite and how we can eliminate it:

What is cellulite? Cellulite is made up of fatty deposits trapped in pockets just below the skin. As a result, the fat cells are squeezed into small bulges that give the skin that unsightly lumpy, dimpled or orange peel look. Cellulite is typically located on thighs, buttocks and pelvic region and gives skin a cottage cheese appearance.

What are the causes of Cellulite?

There are many causes that lead to cellulite formation, some of which are hormones, diet and lifestyle. It is primarily seen in women during their hormonal changes such as puberty, pregnancy and menopause. Cellulite also occurs when additional toxins and waste products remain in the body.

What are the solutions for Cellulite? Anything you do for cellulite should always be done after consultation with your doctor and under your doctor’s direct supervision. Some of the tips to reduce cellulite are as follows:

Topical Cellulite reduction products

Appropriate Diet: To help reverse the effects of cellulite you need to

Many popular cellulite treatment products today include active ingredients like caffeine, L-Carnitine and aminophylline, which have proved to be helpful in reducing the amount of excess fat being stored by skin tissue in those areas. Other cellulite reduction products include ingredients like retinoids, Vitamin A, and even alpha hydroxy acids that may help skin tissue regenerate faster and keep skin looking healthy and supple. The truth is that, while a select few of the topical products for cellulite can help in reducing cellulite over a period of time, immediate cellulite reduction results may be achieved through professional cosmetic treatments.

remove as much saturated fat from your diet as possible. This means no more deep-fried food or take-away food. Limit your intake of food items that are highly processed and high in sugar. You should also avoid caffeinated and alcoholic beverages. To help remove the toxins it is recommended that you eat more fresh fruits and vegetables and to help flush out the toxins, drinkadequate amount of water.

Appropriate Exercise: Exercise helps in burning the excess fat, while also toning the cellulite affected area. It is important during your exercise routines that you focus and perform specific exercises that target the cellulite area. You should focus on cardiovascular exercises to help burn off excess fat, while executing small amounts of anaerobic exercise to help tone the affected area.

Massage: Massage, particularly the kind that improves lymph flow, is very good for reducing the appearance of cellulite.

Professional Cosmetic Cellulite reduction Treatments

These treatments provide safe and effective cellulite reduction options when performed appropriately and under supervision of a medical doctor. Among the non-surgical cosmetic cellulite treatments available, the best options include body shaping treatments. These treatments typically utilize a combination of radio frequency energy, mechanical tissue massage and manipulation, and/or laser energy to improve skin circulation, stimulate collagen production and tighten skin tissue. Endermologie and Laser lipolysis are two promising non invasive treatment modalities used for treating cellulite.

Home Remedies for Cellulite Here are some home remedies which may be helpful for cellulite:

Add about two cups of sea salt to warm bathwater and sit in the soothing water for at least 20 minutes. Take caffeinated coffee, grind it into dust and mix with a hand lotion, rub this into your cellulite affected region for 1-2 minutes a day, and then shower it off. Prepare a mixture of dried thyme with small amount of grape fruit juice and corn oil and apply to your cellulite affected region. There are several essential oils such as lavender, rosemary, sandalwood, germanium, cinnamon, chamomile and clove that can be freely and effectively used for massaging the areas affected by cellulite. Mix three parts apple cider vinegar with one part of your favorite massage oil. Gently knead this solution onto affected skin areas twice daily. This will help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Dr. Varun Katyal Consultant Dermatologist & Cosmetologist, The Skin Centre, New Delhi Email id – theskincentre@rediffmail.com


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Cape Town, Nov 14 (IANS) The mysterious death of noted cricket columnist Peter Roebuck took an interesting twist after it was revealed that he allegedly sexually assaulted a friend he met on social networking site Facebook. Though police remained tight-lipped about the real cause, media reports revealed that there could be a link between the former Somerset captain's death and an indecent assault charge brought against him on Friday. The British cricket writer and television commentator committed suicide at a hotel here on Saturday. "The purpose of the inquest docket is to determine the circumstances surrounding the death, which will include the time and cause of death," National police spokesperson Vishnu Naidoo was quoted as saying by The New Age.

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Dravid scores classy 100, India poised for a big total Kolkata, Nov 14 (IANS) Classy Rahul Dravid cracked a flawless hundred as India set themselves up for a big first innings total on day one of the second cricket Test against the West Indies here on Monday. Dravid (119; 207b, 295 mins, 9x4, 2x6) completed his 36th hundred in 159 Tests to pilot India to a confident 346/5 when stumps were drawn at the Eden Gardens, after Sachin Tendulkar's (38) failure to get to his 100th international ton disappointed the sparse crowd. The stylish V.V.S.Laxman (73; 116 b, 143 mins, 5x4) was unconquered in the middle, with play being called off for the day when Yuvraj Singh stepped into the field just after the dismissal of night-watchman Ishant Sharma. After India elected to bat, their star-studded top order played with finesse, laying a solid foundation centred around four good partnerships. All the top-order batsmen got runs, as the West Indies bowl-

ers failed to make any use of a wicket that had a sprinkling of grass, and a fair amount of bounce. Seasoned openers Virender Sehwag 38 (33 b, 8x4) and Gautam Gambhir (103 b, 8x4) looked in rollicking form putting on 66 runs in only 12.1 overs, but there were very few to cheer the classy strokes that flowed from the willow at the coliseum-like stadium.

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High expectations of Indian fans affecting Sachin: Gibson

Kolkata, Nov 14 (IANS) Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar yet again failed to get the much awaited 100th international ton Monday, prompting West Indies coach Ottis Gibson to say that the high expectations of the Indian fans were putting pressure on him. However, Tendulkar's teammate Rahul Dravid felt that the cricketing genius was not unduly concerned about the milestone. "He is a great player. High expectations of the Indian people seem to be affecting him and creating all the more pressure," Gibbson told mediapersons after the first day's play in the second Test a the Eden Gardens. Tendulkar got out to leg spinner Deven-

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dra Bishoo after scoring 38 when he tried to pull a short ball that was turning away from him, and offered a simple catch to Samuels at mid wicket. Tendulkar got his 99th international century eight months back in March against South Africa at Nagpur. However, Gibson praised Tendulkar for the way he has handled the enormous pressure on him throughout his career. "It's a great thing on his part that he has had to cope up with great expectations of one and all. The pressure on him is enormous. As for ourselves, every time he is at the crease, we have been patient and hit the ball in the right areas," the coach said.

Naidoo refused to reveal any further questions relating to the indecent assault charge. But The New Age reported that an indecent assault charge case was filed against Roebuck at the Claremont police station. "This is the same man who committed suicide at the hotel," police officer Malusi Mgxwathi, of the Claremont police station, was quoted as saying by the daily. Roebuck, 55, who arrived in Cape Town from Pietermaritzburg earlier last week, allegedly met the 26-year-old male a few days ago. The pair later met at the hotel, where they were allegedly meant to discuss a possible university sponsorship for the male Zimbabwean. Roebuck allegedly tried to seduce the Facebook friend and have sex with him against his will.

India assured of maiden team bronze in World Junior TT

Manama (Bahrain), Nov 14 (IANS) India were assured of their first ever medal in the team event of the World Junior Table Tennis Championships when they beat fancied South Korea 3-2 in the quarterfinals of the junior boys category here on Monday. World No. 25 Soumyajit Ghosh got India their maiden individual medal in the last edition of the Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia winning the bronze in the mixed doubles. And the Bengal paddler played a crucial role in getting the team through to the last four. The Indian boys, seeded fifth, edged out the fourth seed Koreans after a marathon battle that lasted two-and-a-half hours. They next face the mighty Chinese in the semifinals on Tuesdsay. The match could have gotten over earlier with India taking a 2-0 lead but the gritty Koreans fought back to take it right down to the wire. The twist in the match came when G.Sathiyan lost to Baek Kwang 5-11, 9-11, 119, 9-11 in the third Singles and Desai went down to 2-11, 11-8, 9-11, 12-14 to take the match into the decider. India's hopes were now pinned on Ghosh and he did not disappoint. Though his natural game is attacking, Ghosh nicely mixed caution with aggression to come out triumphant against Park Chan-Hyeok 7-11, 11-7, 11-5, 11-7.


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New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) Ingenious sports administrators and corporate honchos have realised that an IPLlike razzmatazz can work in other disciplines, too. A World Boxing Series is already underway and the World Series Hockey (WSH) will hit the TV screens next month. Selling hockey in India is both difficult and easy. Difficult because of the country's not so high standing in world hockey and easy because that is one team sport that can give cricket's popularity a run for its money. A joint initiative of Nimbus Sports, which has telecast rights for quite a few cricket boards, including India, and the Indian Hockey Federation (IHF), the WSH has prize purse of approximately $2 million. Some 200 players from India and around the hockey world will turn out for eight franchisees at nine venues. The 61-matches will be held under floodlights on a home-and-away basis from Dec 17-Jan 22. Sorbojeet Chatterjee, vice president, marketing, Neo Sports, says the idea is to get hockey back in the "con-

sumer radar." The confidence of the organisers stems from the fact that hockey enjoyed huge success in the World Cup and the Commonwealth Games last year. "The television ratings for these two events were very impressive." The huge money has attracted players from all major hockey-playing

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Paris, Nov 14 (IANS) Newly crowned table tennis world champion Zhang Jike won the World Cup title for the first time, beating fellow Chinese Wang Hao 7-11, 7-11, 11-9, 11-4, 11-5, 11-3 here Sunday. Zhang, 23, winner of the men's singles at Rotterdam, became only the third player to win both the men's singles title at the World Championships and the World Cup in the same year. The others are Swede Jorgen Persson in 1991 and Chinese Kong Linghui in 1995. Zhang recovered from a two games-to-nil deficit to beat Wang Hao. The Paris World Cup was held from Nov 11 to 13.

countries to sign up with the WSH, and that has rattled Hockey India, which has been entrusted to run a league of its own by the International Hockey Federation (FIH). FIH has called the event "non-recognised" and warned players from participating in the WSH of far-reaching consequences.

Bopanna-Qureshi move to fifth in ATP Rankings

14-under-par as the following sudden-death playoff was suspended due to rain. The 72-hole tournament was shortened to 54 holes after heavy rain kept players off the green for most part of the morning and afternoon. Pagunsan, 33, had a chance to win on the first extra hole, but he pushed a five-foot birdie putt wide and when

he missed from 10 feet the second time they played the 18th, FernandezCastano made him pay by sinking in an eight-foot putt. Fernandez-Castano recorded his first tournament victory in three years and pocketed the $1 million of prize money. It was the Spaniard's fifth European Tour title.

Swann: Prison sentences to Pak trio a ‘wake-up call’ London, Nov 14 (IANS) England spinner Graeme Swann feels the punishment handed out to the three guilty Pakistani players will serve as a “massive wake-up call” for cricket. The Pakistani trio of Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer were found guilty by a Southwark Crown Court on the charges of spot fixing during the

Lord’s Test between England and Pakistan last year. They were sentenced to jail terms ranging from six to thirty months. Amongst fears that the problem of corruption runs deep in to cricket, Swann told the Independent: “This ‘tip of the iceberg’ stuff, I can’t say I agree with it.” “If it’s as rife as people say then I’d have inkling, but I don’t know any-

one in the England team who’s had a dodgy approach.” “Even so, I’d like to think that these sentences will act as a massive wake-up call.” “It might just be a guy buying you a bag of peanuts at the bar and asking whether you’ll bat first if you win the toss. But from now on that should set off alarm bells.”

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Spain's Fernando-Castano wins Singapore Open

Singapore, Nov 14 (IANS) Spaniard Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano won the Barclays Singapore Open golf in the playoff on Monday as the tournament dragged on to a fifth day despite being shortened by heavy thunderstorms. Leaders Fernandez-Castano and Juvic Pagunsan of the Philippines ended the third round Sunday at

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New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) The newly-crowned winners of Paris Masters Rohan Bopanna and Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi moved two places to fifth in the latest ATP Doubles Team Rankings released on Monday. The Indo-Pak express on Sunday beat the French duo of Julien Benneteau and Nicolas Mahut in the Paris final to win their third title of the season. Bopanna-Qureshi has already qualified for the World Tour Finals in London from Nov 20 onwards. India's Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes remain fourth in the rankings following their early exit from the Paris Masters. Bopanna-Qureshi has gained six places each in the doubles players rankings and are at 10th and 9th places, respectively. Bhupathi-Paes maintain their seventh and eighth places.


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Mumbai, Nov 14 (IANS)L A Mumbai magistrate court Monday granted anticipatory bail to Bollywood filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar in the 2004 case of rape and criminal intimidation filed by actress Preeti Jain. He was provided bail on a surety of Rs.30,000. Magistrate B.B. Pantawene also asked Bhandarkar to deposit his passport with the court and not to leave the country. The magistrate also warned him against influencing witnesses in the case. The court asked him to furnish the

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bond after Bhandarkar produced a copy of anticipatory bail obtained by him seven years ago. Bhandarkar has, however, challenged the magistrate court’s Sep 19 order to initiate proceedings against him. The case is likely to be transferred to the sessions court for trial Nov 29. In July 2004, Jain had lodged a complaint alleging that Bhandarkar had raped her several times between 1999 and 2004 under the pretext of marrying her and casting her as actress in his movies .

New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS): Director Imtiaz Ali’s latest release “Rockstar” has rocked the box office by grossing Rs.64 crore worldwide on the opening weekend. Veteran actress Shabana Azmi has praised Ranbir Kapoor’s performance and said that the film “tugged at my heartstrings...Hindi cinema is finally coming of age”. Co-produced by Shree Ashtavinayak Cinevision Ltd and Eros International, the film released on more than 2,000 screens worldwide and registered Rs.53 crore in India and Rs.11 crore overseas in first three days of its release, said a statement. Made on a budget of over Rs.60 crore, the film opened with mixed reviews, but everyone praised Ranbir’s performance as an aspiring singer who turns into an aggressive lover after being jilted. Both critics and fans describe it as young actor’s finest performance to date and Shabana agrees too. “Ranbir’s performance in ‘Rockstar’ is totally original he inhabits Jordan’s complex world and infuses it with childlike honesty that’s believable,” she posted on micro-blogging site Twitter.

Colin Firth in ‘Old Boy’ Remake?

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Los Angeles, Nov 15 (IANS): Actor Colin Firth has been approached to play the role of a villain in the remake of Park Chan-wook’s South Korean revenge classic, “Oldboy”. After playing a British king in “The King’s Speech”, Firth has been offered to play Adrian, who is the nemesis of Josh Brolin’s lead character. According to Twitchfilm.com, the role was previously offered to Christian Bale. “Oldboy” tells the story of a recently paroled middle-aged man, who spent 15 years in prison without any fault. He then seeks revenge on those who conspired against him. The original version of the movie was released in 2003 and won the Grand Prize Jury Award at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival, reports aceshowbiz.com. The remake is being directed by Spike Lee.

Fatherhood Made me Passionate: Brad Pitt

London, Nov 15 (IANS): Actor Brad Pitt believes that fatherhood has made him more “passionate” about life. The 47-year-old, who raises six children, Maddox, 10, Pax, seven, Zahara, six, Shiloh, five, and three-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, with partner Angelina Jolie, wants to create films that will have a lasting impact on his kids. “I am more passionate now that I am a father. It has focused my mind on the kind of work I want to do. I think of how movies affected me when I was younger, and how they’ve stayed with me ever since,” femalefirst.co.uk quoted Pitt as saying. “Now I want to make films the kids can see and that might stay with them. I want to make films they can be proud of,” he added.

‘The Help’ to release in India Nov 25 Los Angeles, Nov 14 (IANS): DreamWorks and Reliance Entertainment’s social drama “The Help”, a universal story about the ability to create change, is scheduled to come out Nov 25. Directed by debutant Tate Taylor, “The Help” is a big screen adaptation of novelist Kathryn Stockett’s book of the same name. Set in Jackson, Mississippi during the 1960s, the film chronicles the relationship between three different extraordinary women who build an unlikely friendship around a secret writing project that breaks societal rules and puts them all at risk. The cast of the film includes Viola Davis, Allison Janney, Emma Stone, Bryce Dallas Howard, Octavia Spencer, Sissy Spacek, Jessica Chastain and Cicely Tyson.


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actor superstar Anil Kapoor and others in Mumbai Sunday. She tried her best to sell Vancouver as a perfect destination for IIFA - an annual three-day celebration of Indian Cinema with a film festival, briefings, a worldwide film premiere, a global business forum, an IIFA Foundation charity event and the IIFA Awards night. "We put up a great show for the Winter Olympics 2010 and we will put up a great show for IIFA. If we can bring IIFA to Vancouver, there are so many things we can communicate through this wonderful medium, the business of doing business. Clark also invited industry stalwarts, actors, directors and producers, among others to come to British Columbia to shoot Indian movies.

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New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS): Vancouver in Canada is in the running to host in 2013 the Bollywood extravaganza -- the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Weekend and Awards. Christy Clark, the premier of British Columbia, Canada, has invited Wizcraft International Entertainment-owned property IIFA to hold its 14th edition in Vancouver. The 12th edition took place in Toronto this year. "If you could put what happened in Toronto in Vancouver, it will be great. Vancouver has a vast Indian population and one of the youngest Indian populations in Canada. It is a place where IIFA will feel at home," Clark said in a statement. Clark met members from the Hindi film fraternity including IIFA Advisory Board members; Ramesh Sippy, president of the Film and Television Producers Guild;

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London, Nov 14 (IANS): Singer BeyoncĂŠ Knowles feels "blessed" to have the support of friends and family, including actress Gwyneth Paltrow, during her pregnancy. The 30-year-old, who is expecting her first child with husband Jay-Z, is surrounded by Paltrow, her spouse Chris Martin and their children Apple, 7, and five-year-old Moses during her pregnancy. "Gwyneth's kids are great, they're a real credit to her and Chris. Jay and I love it when we have them to stay, they're just so adorable," contactmusic.com quoted Knowles as saying. "We're so blessed to have a great network of friends and family around us to help and offer advice," she added

KBC winner will be rural job scheme brand ambassador

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London, Nov 14 (IANS): Singer Miley Cyrus, who has been criticized over her round figure, says she loves herself. The 18-year-old is tired of gossip bloggers speculating over her apparent weight gain and she took to micro-blogging site Twitter to post her comment with a photo flaunting her fuller body, reports contactmusic.com. "I love myself and if you could say the same...I don't wanna be shaped like a girl, I love being shaped like a woman and trust me ladies your man won't mind either," she added.

Susane Boyle's tops chart with third album London, Nov 14 (IANS): Scottish Singer Susan Boyle has topped the Britain's album chart with her latest release "Someone To Watch Over Me". The record reached the top On position of the countdown Sunday. Boyle, 50, who made it big in music world after her stint on the reality show "Britain's Got Talent", made a fortune with her debut album, "I Dreamed a Dream". Her second album, "The Gift", was equally successful. Co

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New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS): Sushil Kumar, who won Rs.5 crore on the Amitabh Bachchan-hosted Kaun Banega Crorepati game show, will be the next brand ambassador of United Progressive Alliance's (UPA) flagship project Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS). This announcement was made here Monday by Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh. "I had a meeting with Sushil Kumar and he will be the next ambassador of MGNERGS. He was a worker in MGNREGS and young men like him should be projected as the success of the scheme," Ramesh said at a function here.

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