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Release Rajiv Gandhi killers, appeals Karunanidhi

Chennai, Oct 6 (IANS): DMK president and former Tamil Nadu chief minister M. Karunanidhi Thursday appealed to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and United Progressive Alliance (UPA) chairperson Sonia Gandhi to take steps to release the three convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case. "I appeal to the prime Minister and the UPA chairperson on behalf of DMK to take steps to release the three convicts lodged in the jail for over 20 years," Karunanidhi said in a statement. Karunanidhi said Murugan, Santhan and Perarivalan have been in jail for more than 20 years and that there are demands from different quarters that the centre and the state government release them. He also said there has been a demand that the Tamil Nadu cabinet pass a resolution to commute their

death sentence into life imprisonment. According to him, since the state government is not passing any resolution, the central government should take necessary steps for the prisoners' release. On Aug 11, President Pratibha Patil rejected the mercy petitions of Murugan, Santhan and Perarivalan - all linked to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) - relating to their death sentence for their involvement in Gandhi's 1991 assassination. Rajiv Gandhi, who was prime minister 1984-89, was killed by a suicide bomber called Dhanu at an election rally in Sriperumbudur near Chennai May 21, 1991. Fourteen other people also lost their lives in the blast. The three condemned prisoners were due to hang Sep 9 but the hanging was stayed by the Madras High Court for eight weeks.

Environment clearance process a farce: Goa PAC Panaji, Oct 6 (IANS): Environment clearance (EC) certificates issued to mining projects by the union ministry of environment and forests are nothing short of a farce, the Goa assembly's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has observed. Scant regard was paid to water bodies, heritage and archaeological sites, schools and tribal areas, while granting of the farcical ECs to mining projects, said the report, which pegs Goa's illegal mining scam at approximately Rs.3,500 crore in the last financial year. "The EC certificates that are issued by the MoEF are issued without proper documentation and verification. In fact it appears that issuance of EC certificates by the MoEF has become an additional farce that is be-

Hyderabad, Oct 6 (IANS): With the general strike in Telangana continuing in support of a demand for a separate state, the central government has summoned Andhra Pradesh Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan to New Delhi to get first-hand information about the situation in the region. The governor will be leaving for the national capital Friday and will call on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh

eray, imitating the prime minister, said that “what Manmohan Singh speaks nobody understands and ditto with Chief Minister Chavan”, who he mimicked. Referring to the build-up of Chinese troops in Kashmir, Thackeray hit out at Home Minister P. Chidambaram and Defence Minister A.K. Antony and questioned their abilities to defend the country from within and outside.

Saturday, official sources said. Narasimhan is likely to submit a detailed report to the prime minister and brief him about the situation in the state, especially the impact of the strike by government employees, teachers, transport and coal workers in Telangana. The governor was Thursday asked to rush to Delhi amid reports that the centre was concerned over the situa-

BJP wants government to review China policy IN BRIEF Don’t speculate over Kashmir custodial death: Congress

ing carried out to display compliance with the directions of the apex court without any serious examination of the ground," it said. The report was submitted by the PAC chairman and Leader of Opposition Manohar Parrikar to the speaker Wednesday but has yet to be tabled in the house. Goa exported nearly 54 million tonnes of iron ore in the last fiscal, out of which nearly seven million tonnes was allegedly extracted illegally. Tarcar, a mofussil politician who contested assembly elections only once in 2007, along with former Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) national secretary Jitendra Deshprabhu, are the only two politicians named in the PAC report on illegal mining.

A fit Bal Thackeray attacks PM, Sonia Mumbai, Oct 6 (IANS): A frail but robust Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray Thursday attacked the Congress and Sonia Gandhi, mimicked leaders like Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and took potshots at many other leaders, including Anna Hazare, and the judiciary and media. Addressing the party’s annual Dussehra Rally at Shivaji Park late in the evening, the 85-year old Thack-

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Andhra governor summoned to Delhi over Telangana

New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS): The Congress Thursday backed Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, saying there was no point speculating over the mysterious custodial death of a ruling National Conference (NC) worker when the matter is to be probed judicially. “There is no point of speculation. Omar Abdullah gave a formal statement and clarification though he is not obliged to... he has asked the chief justice to have judicial inquiry,” Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi told reporters here.

New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS): The Bharatiya Janata Party Thursday asked the government to review its policy on China after Army Chief General V.K. Singh's statement Oct 5 that around 4,000 Chinese troops were present in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. "General V.K. Singh's statement that Chinese army is present in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is an alarming situation," BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain said. "The situation has become more serious after the recent strains between the US and Pakistan over the Haqqani terror network issue." He added: "The government should discuss this issue with China."

Process to select Karnataka’s new Lokayukta begins Bangalore, Oct 6 (IANS): The Karnataka government Thursday started the process to select a new Lokayukta, nearly three weeks after Shivaraj V. Patil quit as ombudsman amid media reports that he had violated norms in the acquisition of two plots in Bangalore. Chief Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda sent letters to the leaders of opposition in the state assembly, requesting them to suggest names, official sources said.

tion in Telangana, where the 'people's strike' entered 24th day. ¬ The strike has paralysed the administration, transport, education and coal production in the stateowned Singareni Collieries, badly affecting electricity generation at thermal stations. The governor has been summoned at a time when the centre proposes to intensify the consultation process to find a solution to the vexed problem of Telangana. The centre also appears concerned over apprehensions that the ongoing agitation for a separate state might take a violent turn. Leaders of Telangana groups, who called on the prime minister in Delhi earlier this week, have ruled out withdrawing the strike without a clear-cut assurance from the centre on carving out a separate state. Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC), which is spearheading the Telangana movement, is going ahead with road blockade in the region on Oct 9, 10 and 11.

Former Bhopal MP commits suicide Bhopal, Oct 6 (IANS) Sushil Chandra Verma, former MP from Bhopal, attempted suicide by jumping from a building here Thursday, police said. He later succumbed to his injuries in hospital. A suicide note had also been found by the police in which he had written that he was ending his life due to a prolonged illness and depression.

Mamata greets people on Bijaya Dasami Kolkata, Oct 6 (IANS): Greeting the people on the occasion of Bijaya Dasami, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Thursday hoped that the occasion would inspire the people to work with new energy. "I wish everybody a sweet Bijaya Dasami. I hope that all people stay well," Banerjee said here. Idols of mother goddess Durga and her children were immersed in Ganga river and other water bodies across the state on the day, marking an end to five days of puja festivities. "Many people are saying that today is a sad day. I think that this is not a sad day. This is the day of creations and creators," she said. "Enjoy the occasion and get yourself involved in works with new energy. I hope that the occasion will inspire all the people to work for peace and harmony," she added.


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Delhi may tie with Singapore on world class institute

New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit on Thursday said , that Singapore is keen to ink an agreement on setting up an international standard Skill Development Institute here, based on the Institute of Technical Education and Studies there. Dikshit, accompanied by a seven-member delegation was on a three-day visit (Oct 3-5) to Singapore, where she separately held meetings with Singapore's former prime minister Goh Chok Tung and education minister Heng Swee Keat. A high-level Singapore delegation will soon visit Delhi to give final touches to the proposed agreement.

To bail out lover, girl burgles employer's house New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) A domestic maid, to bail out her lover in judicial custody, burgled the house in which she worked and tried to get away with perhaps more than the bail amount. Pinkie and her partner in crime, lover Sachin's friend Ashif, were caught while trying to sell the stolen goods in north Delhi's Ashok Vihar Wednesday, Deputy Police Commissioner Meenu Choudhary said on Thursday.

Two held for cricket betting New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) Two people were arrested for betting during the Champions League T-20 cricket matches here, police said on Thursday. Pankaj Vij, 38, and Ved Parkash, 43, were arrested from New Moti Nagar in west Delhi Wednesday while they were placing bets on a match between Warriors and Somerset at Bangalore, Additional Commissioner of Police V. Renganathan said.

DTC bus driver gunned down New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) Unidentified assailants gunned down a 47-year-old bus driver of Delhi

Woman drugged, raped by friend New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) A 32-year-old married woman was raped by a friend with whom she went out to see Durga Puja celebrations. The friend drugged her and raped her in his car, police said Thursday. The victim, a native of Panipat in Haryana, called one of her friends -- Sanju alias Tinku, 30, on Wednesday evening to accompany her to Durga Puja celebrations in nearby areas. Sanju, when he learnt that her husband was out of station, planned to rape her.

Ravana burning leads to girl's death New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) A seven-year-old girl died of critical injuries after a burning log from a Ravana effigy in flames fell on her at Ramlila Maidan here, police said Thursday. The log fell on Bhavya Gupta as she along with her parents was watching the Dussehra celebrations at the ground, police said. "We received a call at around 7.15 p.m. A few people got injured but the girl was critically injured," a fire brigade official told IANS.

Tearful farewell to Durga, 600 idols immersed in Yamuna

Two held for molesting women New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) Two youths were arrested for molesting two women in north Delhi on Wednesday night, police said. They have been identified as Shekhar from Rohini and Arun from Meerut and are said to be in their early 20s.

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Transport Corporation (DTC) outside his house here, police said on Thursday. Ajit Singh, after completing his duty, was returning to his home in Baba Hari Dass Nagar in west Delhi late Wednesday night. While he was knocking at the house door, the assailants who were waiting for him gunned him down and fled, police said.

New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Hamid Ansari were among the leaders who witnessed the burning of the effigy of Ravana, a symbol of evil, to mark the celebration of Dussehera on Thursday at Subhash Maidan near the historic Red Fort. Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, Lt Governor Tejendra Khanna and union Communications Minister Kapil Sibal were also present. Sitting at an embellished dais, the leaders watched the great spectacle of fireworks and the burning of effigies of Meghnad and Kumbhkaran; son and brother of Ravana, before the demon-king was him-self set alight. Apart from the main Ramlila grounds near Red Fort in Delhi, effigies of all sizes of the trio, dotting grounds across the capital and in many parts of north India, went up in flames at dusk.

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New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) The fiveday long Durga Puja drew to an end, but not without a last burst of celebrations that saw women smearing vermilion on each other and greeting the goddess with the 'baran' ritual as if she were one of them. Many cried as the idols - of Durga and her four children - were loaded

on trucks for immersions, a tradition that symbolises her return to her marital abode. "Nearly 600 idols of the goddess were immersed in the Yamuna this year," a spokesperson for the Joint Procession Committee, which oversees the immersions here every year,

told IANS. The spokesperson for the Joint Procession Committee said several voluntary organisations at the immersion points on the river took it upon themselves to recycle flowers, wood, reed and knickknacks used in the puja ceremonies.

International conference on Tagore's global outlook New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS) A twoday international conference on Rabindranath Tagore's vision of the contemporary world will cast fresh light on the Nobel Laureate's outlook to humanity and universal concerns as a global literary icon on his 150th birth anniversary. The conference which is to be held between Oct 10-12, presented by the Indian Council For Cultural Relations (ICCR) at the Azad Bhavan here, will be inaugurated by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, the Council announced on Thursday. The keynote address will be delivered by scholar Amiya K. Bagchi on "Rabindranath Tagore and the Human Condition".


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interests. "There is no doubt that there's some connections that the Pakistani military and intelligence services have with certain individuals that we find troubling," Obama told reporters at a news conference at the White House. Obama said Pakistan is hedging its bets on the future of Afghanistan by "having interactions with some of the unsavory characters" who may regain power after the US troops pullout. "But there's no doubt that we are not going to feel comfortable with a longterm strategic relationship with Pakistan if we don't think they're mindful of our interests as well," he said. Recently, the US has been stepping up its efforts demanding Pakistan to cut ties with militant groups, including the Haqqani network blamed for attacks on the US embassy in Afghanistan.

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Islamabad, Oct 6 (IANS): A Pakistani panel, investigating the US raid to kill Osama bin Laden in Abbotabad May 2, Thursday suggested registration of treason charges against a doctor who helped a fake CIA vaccination program in an attempt to obtain DNA from the Al Qaeda leader's family. Shakil Afridi was arrested by the Pakistani security agency days after the US military helicopters killed the most wanted man in a compound where he was believed to have lived for years. The US had reportedly pressurized Pakistan to release Afridi but the au-

thorities rejected the US demand. "In view of the record and evidence placed before the Commission in relation to Dr Shakeel Afridi, the Commission is of the view that prima facie, a case of conspiracy against the State of Pakistan and high treason is made out against him," a commission statement said. Pakistani laws carry death penalty for high treason charges, legal experts say. The statement said the commission has taken statements and investigated the wives and daughters of Osama bin Laden and they are no more required by the commission. It also withdrew its earlier order to restrain the Pakistani authorities from handing over the Osama family members to any country. It has now allowed his widows and daughters to leave the country. The commission again interviewed the chief of the main intelligence agency Thursday for the second time in two days. It conducted an exhaustive interview of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief, Lt. Gen. Ahmad Shuja Pasha, to know his perspective leading to the Abbottabad incident. The Commission also allowed the security forces to hand over the alleged Osama compound/house at Abbottabad to the civil administration for disposal in accordance with relevant law.

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Pakistani who helped CIA track down Osama faces treason charges

Stockholm, Oct 6 (IANS) Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer has won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Literature, it was announced on Thursday. Alfred Nobel, a Swedish industrialist who invented dynamite,

described him as an “innovative man who had taught the world new ways to communicate and connect”. Jobs is survived by Lisa BrennanJobs, his daughter with Chrisann Brennan, wife Laurene Powell, and their three children, Erin, Reed and Eve. The hard-driving Jobs, who resigned in August as CEO amid health concerns, pioneered the concept of the personal computer and of navigating them by clicking onscreen images with a mouse to lead a cultural transformation in the digital age. "Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives," Apple said in a statement. "The world is immeasurably better because of Steve." Jobs who had battled cancer for years, had a secret liver transplant in 2009 in Tennessee during a six-month medical leave of absence from Apple. Apple fans across the

established the Nobel Prizes in his will in 1895. The first awards were handed out six years later. This year's Nobel Prize amounts to 10 million Swedish kronor ($1.46 million).

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Washington, Oct 6 (IANS) US President Barack Obama Thursday warned Pakistan on its alleged ties with some militant groups, saying Washington will not accept a long-term relationship in which Pakistan is "not mindful" of US

Various, Oct 6 (IANS) Steve Jobs, the man who began tinkering with gadgets in his garage and then went on to power the iPod, iPad and iPhone that became a part of so many lives across the globe, has died leaving behind legions of fans. The tech legend was 56. The end came in Palo Alto, California, Wednesday just a day after Tim Cook, the new CEO of world's leading tech company unveiled the iPhone 4S, a faster version of its best-selling smart phone that includes a virtual “personal assistant” you can talk to. Tributes poured in from all over the world with President Barack Obama putting him among “the greatest of American innovators”, while rival Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates acknowledged his “profound impact”. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of India, a country where thousands of young techies held him up as an icon of their generation, said he was "saddened" by the death of Jobs and

Milan, Oct 7 (IANS/AKI): Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will never quit, declared his daughter Marina Berlusconi. Critics have called for Berlusconi's resignation saying as his legal woes are an

globe were grief-stricken Thursday on learning about the tech wizard's death. Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata Thursday mourned his death saying “His untimely death is a huge loss to us all. The world has lost a great business leader and a great visionary. The digital age has lost its leading light, but Steve's innovation and creativity will inspire dreamers and thinkers for generations”. Rupert Murdoch, CEO, News Corp said “Today, we lost one of the most influential thinkers, creators and entrepreneurs of all time. Steve Jobs was simply the greatest CEO of his generation”. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wrote, “Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend. Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you”. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said “the world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come”. Not many know that Jobs had an India connect. A quest for spiritualism took him to the mountains in what is now Uttarakhand in the 1970s with his friend Dan Kottke. Many decades later, as Jobs lost the battle against cancer, thousands of Indians mourned his death. In a curious coincidence, he died the very day that the Indian government unveiled its $50 tablet. The tech revolution he had helped start would now help thousands of underprivileged students in India. R.I.P. tech guru Steve.

embarrassment to the country and hamper efforts to pull it out of economic stagnation. Moody's rating service Tuesday cut Italy's debt rating because of worries about its weak economy.

Feels like death, wrote Briton on Facebook before dying London, Oct 6 (IANS) A teenager in Britain typed in her Facebook status " :'( feels like death" and minutes later she lay dead from a fatal asthma attack. Siobhan Ullah, 18, was unable to breathe and in desperation she sent her father Yousuf a text: "I can't breathe." Yousuf ran to her room, but she told him: "I think I'm going to stop breathing. I think I'm going to die."


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European crisis threatening global recovery: Geithner

IN BRIEF 'Urbanization, increasing demand challenge for auto sector' Chennai, Oct 6 (IANS): An effective policy on urbanization, multimodal transportation and appropriate automotive technologies to meet future needs are important for India which will become the third largest market in the world for automotives by 2030, experts said here Thursday. According to TVS Motor Company CMD Venu Srinivasan, inaugurating the 16th Asia Pacific Automotive Engineering Conference (APAC), India's oil demand will increase by five times

nomic growth in Europe, which represents a threat to the US economy, Xinhua reported. "We want Europe to move and we want to make sure they move more aggressively," Geithner said. The secretary urged European leaders to move more quickly to build up rescue funds to give nervous financial markets greater assurances that they have the resources to prevent a default by a European nation from jolting the global financial system. He also called for legislators to pass President Barack Obama's job plan to boost the US economy. MANDEL NGAN / AFP

Washington, Oct 7 (IANS): US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner urged European leaders to take more forceful actions to contain the regional financial crisis threatening the global economy. "The crisis in Europe presents a very significant risk to global recovery," Geithner said Thursday at a hearing of the Senate Banking Committee. "Europe is so large and so closely integrated with the US and world economies that a severe crisis in Europe could cause significant damage by undermining confidence and weakening demand." Geithner told lawmakers that the crisis was slowing eco-

from the current levels by 2030 and customer convenience will drive fuel, engine and drive train technologies.

Hooda seeks Rs.200 bonus on paddy Chandigarh, Oct 6 (IANS): Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda Thursday urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to announce a bonus of Rs.200 per quintal over and above the minimum support price (MSP) for paddy this season (2011-12). In a letter to the prime minister, Hooda requested him to reconsider the decision of the central government to enhance the MSP of paddy by just Rs.80 per quintal over last year's MSP.

Jakarta, Oct 6 (IANS): In line with their fast-growing economies, India and Indonesia expect to enhance their economic cooperation to meet grow to $25 billion by 2015, media reports said Thursday. Indonesian Trade Minister Mari Elka Pangestu said that India would continue to be one of Indonesia's key trade partners in the future, especially during the present economic slowdown, Xinhua reported. "Our strengthening relationship will also help us face the more turbulent years ahead in the world economy given our large domestic markets," she said at RAVEENDRAN / AFP

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the closing of the first bilateral trade ministers' forum here. During the two-day forum, the Indonesian and Indian delegations held a pre-negotiation consultation on the IndonesiaIndia Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (II-CECA), and discussed, among other things, trade barriers to products such as beef, medicine, food and areca nut seeds, and the problem of tariff structures. Indian Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma said that bilateral economic cooperation in terms of trade and

investment had grown satisfactorily. "We have come to Indonesia with substantial investment in the infrastructure sector, ranging from railways to power generation, textiles and smelteries, and (a further) $25 billion worth of investment is in the pipeline. There is great potential as well as mutual opportunities that we can explore," the Jakarta Post quoted him as saying. Sharma said India would continue to buy commodities from Indonesia to maintain its growth and sustain its food security, including palm oil, of which exports reached $7.5 billion last year. He said that the government did not plan to raise the import duty on Indonesia's palm oil.

Wall Street up for third day

New York, Oct 7 (IANS): US stocks ended higher for the third straight day Thursday, with Dow Jones back to 11,000-plus points after decent jobs data and stronger-than-expected retail sales, Xinhua reported. The Dow Jones industrial average rallied 183.38 points, or 1.68 percent, to 11,123.33. The Standard & Poor's 500 jumped 20.94 points, or 1.83 percent, to 1,164.97. The Nasdaq Composite Index surged 46.31 points, or 1.88 percent, to 2,506.82. The strong threeday rally officially began from the last 30 minutes of trading Tuesday when a Financial Times report showed European Union finance ministers were looking into ways to recapitalize banks after agreeing on additional measures to rescue the financial institutions in the debt-ridden region. On Thursday, the European Central Bank announced to keep its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 1.5 percent, disappointing some investors. However, stocks got a boost after the central bank said it would buy bonds issued by banks, making it easier for them to lend. Meanwhile,

data released by the Labour Department showed the number of people applying for unemployment benefits rose by 6,000 to a seasonally adjusted 401,000 last week. The number provided another evidence for the weak job market, although it was better than analysts had expected. In addition, the US private sector added only 91,000 jobs in September, reflecting the recent deceleration of economic activity, according to an employment report released Wednesday by Automatic Data Processing, Inc. The weekly figures of jobless benefits application reflect the level of layoffs and indicate the real-time condition of the US job market. By far, the blue-chip Dow rallied more than 4 percent in the last three sessions, the strongest three-day performance since late August. The broader S&P 500 jumped over 5 percent and the tech-heavy Nasdaq surged about 7 percent, both posting best threeday gains since mid-August. Among stocks in focus, shares of Apple showed strength and ended with very small losses of 0.23 percent after its

US economy needs 'jolt right now', says Obama Washington, Oct 6 (IANS): Urging Congress to pass his $447 billion jobs bill without further delay, US President Barack Obama Thursday said the US economy needs an immediate "jolt". "Our economy really needs a jolt right now," Obama told a White House news conference, adding the current crisis in Europe could have "a very real effect" on the US economy at a time when it's already fragile, reported Xinhua. Obama challenges those senators who are thinking about voting against the bill to explain to the public. "Any senator out there who's thinking about voting against this jobs bill when it comes up for a vote needs to explain exactly why they would oppose something we know would improve our economic situa-

tion at such an urgent time," Obama said. Aiming to tackle near double digit unemployment and to spur the sluggish economy, Obama laid out on Sep 8 the American Jobs Act to provide tax cuts and credit, extend unemployment benefits and increase investment in infrastructure. The Senate is set to take up Obama's job bill next week after adding to the bill a tax increase on million-dollar earners. Obama said he would support the new approach by Senate Democrats for paying for his jobs bill with a tax on millionaires rather than his plan to raise taxes on couples making more than $250,000. But the tax on the rich approach is strongly opposed by Republicans, who arguing that Obama was declaring war on the job creators.

iconic co-founder Steve Jobs passed away Wednesday. Survey showed 96 percent of analysts covering the stock recommended buying the stock and saw it growing by about 35 percent over the next year. The median price target for Apple is $500 a share, according to analysts.

Hope prices come down, Pranab wishes on Bijaya Dasami Birbhum (West Bengal), Oct 6 (IANS): Wishing the people a happy 'Bijaya Dasami', union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee Thursday hoped that prices of essentials would come down and the growth rate go up. "I wish everybody a happy Bijaya Dasami. I hope that everybody stays happy and fit," Mukherjee told reporters on the occasion of Bijaya Dasami at his ancestral home in Mirati, near Kirnahar in West Bengal's Birbhum district. "At the national level, as the finance minister of the country, I want the price of essential commodities to come down, a high growth rate and less fiscal deficit," said Mukherjee. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has conducted as many as 12 policy rate hikes in the past 20 months to tame the near double-digit inflation. Fiscal deficit also increased substantially in this fiscal and led to creation of inflationary pressures on the economic system. Some economists feel that the RBI's move to increase rate hikes would hamper growth of the economy. Mukerjee dons the priest's role during the traditional Durga Puja celebrations at his ancestral home in Mirati, 200 km from Kolkata. He performs the puja rituals and reads from the religious scriptures during the five-day puja


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Steve Jobs turned smallest of ideas into life-changing products

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t's a well-worn cliche to speak of the end of an era when someone well known has passed away. Today, however, it does feel like something has changed forever in the world of tech. The brilliance and clarity of vision, the courage of conviction, the fiery intolerance for imperfection. I really don't see another individual impacting technology in anywhere near the same way, in our era, as Steven Paul

Jobs did. He wasn't just the guy who made the world's coolest gadgets. Oh, well, that too. I don't know of any other company for whose products buyers queue up for three days ahead of launch. Steve Jobs created markets and product categories. He changed how we consume information and entertainment. He redefined leadership. I can't think of another person

whom I have been so proud to have merely met, once, for a few minutes, or sat through as many as two of his "oh, and one more thing" launches. When he pulled that first iPod out of his jeans pocket, we all stood up, and I didn't even notice when my new notebook slid from my lap and cracked its display. It was a small price to pay to be a part of a piece of history, to experience the famous Jobs near-field distortion. "The Force is strong with

him", an elderly, pony-tailed journo This is a eulogy from a non-fanboy, sitting next to me said, perhaps to and indeed something of an Apple console me. critic. Though my first computer was There's so much about Steve Jobs an Apple IIc and my home is today that marks him out from the many dotted with iPads and iPods, I am tech visionaries that dot Silicon Val- no fan of Apple's closed-garden apley and the rest of the world. His proach, its secrecy and indeed its arnever-say-die reinvention of himself rogance, or its historical lack of interand the companies he started, repeat- est in India. edly turning adversity into advanI know that all of these largely detage, described most famously in his rive from Steve Jobs, despite his old Stanford address. His candor about ties with India, which famously made shamelessly stealing the best ideas a big impression on him as he backhe came across, and then turning packed through it (or when he went them into life-changing gadgets. His for his meals to a Hare Krishna temviolent intolerance for 'good enough', ple in California). making life hell for his design and But we lived with all that, and still execution teams, but turning out ex- bought Apple products. The secrecy traordinary products. and arrogance Can you think of were an insepaYour time is another person who rable, even neclimited, so would have had the viessary part of the sion to take his compicture of Steve don’t waste it pany into uncharted Jobs and Apple, waters like a mobile living someone else’s especially if you phone with no keypad, life.” go by results: which no market re- stunning, life-Steve Jobs search had showed any changing lifestyle demand for, and then devices. change the world with that? Or who'd With every chapter that ends, there have the courage to bet upon and live is a new beginning. with one, just one, model to take on Of course the world, and Apple, the world's phone vendors - and then will produce more outstanding, lifeto edge them out, with the world's changing products. But yes, somemost brilliant, and most profitable thing has changed in the world of smart phone? Or have the vision and tech today, leaving (for Star Wars execution to back great design with fans) not just a disturbance, but also a the amazing apps and accessories major discontinuity, in the Force. ecosystem that led to the re-invention (IANS) of the tablet?

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million registered users who have downloaded 15 billion songs. The fall 2011 launch of a cloud-based iTunes service should only further cement that standing. Much has happened since Apple II, a mass-produced 8-bit computer encased in plastic that became one of the most successful PCs of the 1980, revolutionised the way people work. But despite the rise of Windowsbased computers, Mac sales continue to climb. In fact, Mac sales for the September 2011 quarter are expected to come in between 4.4 million and 4.6 million, a new record. In the "post-PC" era tablet-laptop hybrid iPad has sold nearly 14.7 million units in 2010, and just last quarter, sales exploded 183 percent, proving that many people want a sizable yet portable device they can take

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anywhere. Apple operating systems were always intended to be simpler than the competition -- MS-DOS, Windows or Linux -- and that approach is readily apparent, whether it's Mac OS System 7 or Mac OSX, software largely derived from Jobs' work at NeXT. Ultimately, Jobs' biggest contribution isn't just a smartphone, a tablet or an operating system, but Apple itself, a 12,000-strong organization that was once on the brink of irrelevance, Fortune said. Since his return to the company in 1997, Jobs rebuilt it into the most valuable technology company in the world, surpassing other heavyweights like Microsoft or HP. It may indeed be the greatest turnaround in business history, it said.

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A trip to Delhi’s Flea Markets Delhi! Often referred as Dilli, Dilli Meri Jaan, Dilwalon Ki Dilli, Saadi Dilli and what not, is a place that is never short on offerings to the locals and to the tourists. Be it an appetite of a shopaholic or taking care of the taste buds of a food lover, it has all that you need. Though we all might enjoy our shopping stint at the luxury malls, the pulsating and striking atmosphere of Delhi flea markets can add fun to your outings. And to take care of your wish list, here are a few that we think one must go…

Paharganj We would not blink an eye, if you were to call the Paharganj market chaotic, crumbling or even messy for that matter, as it combines all these elements. However, in those tiny, crowded lanes lies the beauty of the hidden shopping mantras. From textiles to handicrafts, books to handmade products you will find it all and that too at a very low price! And one must not forget to mention that you can always bargain to make sure your wallet doesn't lose too much weight.

Key Attraction Located in the heart of the capital city, this market has something for everyone. Small shops that sell goods like, silver ornaments, curios, cotton clothes, exotic ensembles and Indian artifacts and carpets will give you enough time to search for your likings and make sure you carry bags full of goods when you drive back home.

Key Attraction Bargaining culture.

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Sam’s café and other open terrace café’s that are good to go for a nice evening beer once you are through shopping and sweating.

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Rajiv Chowk

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Dilli Haat

Built in 17th century by Shah Jahan and designed by his daughter Jahan Ara, this market was once divided by canals to reflect the moonlight; however that aspect has long since been closed. Nevertheless it remains one of Asia's largest whole sale markets. For foreign tourists, navigation is easy as the lanes are divided into markets as per their specialty. For e.g. for fabrics it is Katra Neel, electronics are found at Bhagirath Palace Area, Dariba Kalan for jewelry and last but not the least, the amazing variety of food joints that leave you spoilt for choice!

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Ever famous Jalebi Wala

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Based on the theme of village markets, Dilli Haat is for those who like handicrafts and handloom products. And if you are someone who enjoys sumptuous food at affordable prices, then the food joints here will keep you glued to your plates. From the Manipur house to the South Indian Thalis you will get all the options at very reasonable rates, and if you are looking for a memento you could even try getting your name engraved on a piece of rice!

Lajpat Nagar

Amongst the best flea markets in the city, Lajpat Nagar with its broad pathways place on offer almost anything you can think of! The famous Central Market there is known for its sale season that never ends; and is a delight for the shopaholics in South Delhi and of course it also catches the eye of foreign tourists due to its upscale locality.

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Crafty art works and bamboo footwear’s.

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Years ago, adverts appeared in comic books for ‘X-Ray Specs’. With these, you were able to ‘see’ through clothing and flesh. A great gimmick, but we never see adverts for rosetinted spectacles despite demand for them and the fact they’re so widely used. How realistic are you being where your opinion of someone is concerned? It could be time to accept they may not be quite so deserving of the pedestal you’ve put them on.

Satellite navigations systems have much to answer for. There are many tales of cars ending up in the middle of nowhere surrounded by cows when drivers thought a major city was the intended destination. Today’s aspect between your ruler and Neptune suggests a need to assess how ‘on track’ you are with a plan. Is what you’re doing on a day-to-day basis working or likely to get you to where you need to be? Look beyond the dream at what’s realistically attainable.

Once upon a time, to reach the masses, you’d have to convince a newspaper or magazine editor that you had a story worthy of publishing. Nowadays, websites, apps and other technologies facilitate this. With the push of a button, we can communicate instantly with large groups of people. The sky speaks of a need to convey yourself on a grander scale than you might be used to. Use whatever resources are available to make a point to those willing to listen.

Who you think is a super hero is actually just a side kick!

Live in the present!

It’s your time to shine and “Share” !

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‘It ain’t what they call you, it’s what you answer to that matters’. WC Fields’ comment holds some relevance to you now. Focus exists on how you believe you’re perceived by others. A question that holds more relevance is, how do you want to be seen by others? Your ruling planet’s link to Neptune now heralds a time of heartwarming confirmation, if it was actually needed, of how highly regarded you are.

In any good film or story, end of second acts always culminate with dramatic turning points. The hero has struggled, thinks their struggle is over and believes they can relax. A sudden development confirms they underestimated their situation and are required to muster all strength and courage to win the day. Your struggle has reached a turning point. Prepare now to experience victory.

‘If you don’t ask, you don’t get’. This wellknown phrase holds much truth yet we’re aware of how we sometimes obtain what we desire without necessarily asking for it. Sometimes, what we want or need is made available without us making any formal requests for it. Perhaps though, through unconscious effort made on our behalf, we made what we desired appear. Don’t question now how or why something has suddenly appeared, just welcome it.

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A home or family matter remains very much in the spotlight now, but today’s Venus/Neptune conjunction brings a new slant to things. Venus brings an increase in comfort and relief to a domestic drama but Neptune’s influence could cause something important to be overlooked. As lovely as it is to be punching the air with joy and relief be certain that you haven’t inadvertently ignored a family-related factor.

In his poem about ‘Annabel Lee’, Edgar Allen Poe wrote ‘we loved with a love that was more than love’. Only someone who was truly smitten could have written such words. Infatuation or desire with someone or something on your part could be encouraging you to make some grand, inspired or overly romantic statements now. The really lovely part to all of this is you truly mean them.

Being summoned to the boss’s office always causes momentary silence and anxiousness from co-workers but you needn’t be concerned about career-related news you receive now. You’re receiving the strongest ray of hope possible through today’s Venus/ Neptune conjunction and a positive development where your earnings and career are related is assured!

Remember, blood is thicker than water and it’s always messier to clean up as well!

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From a Sun Sign perspective, Libra rules your career and how you’re seen by others. Aquarius rules your earnings and material possessions. If the current conjunction between Venus and Neptune in these signs doesn’t bring you some form of good news and optimism where your material status is concerned, then I don’t know what will. Your days of living hand-to-mouth are over, my Capricornian friend.

If there’s someone at a distance you’re grown even more distant from lately, today’s auspicious aspect involving Neptune in your sign could bring you closer together. Alternatively, if there’s something you’ve wanted to learn or study, then an opportunity to do either or both could present itself. Ancient astrologers deemed the area of your chart being touched by Neptune’s influence now to rule travel, people from afar and learning. Take your pick and see what transpires.

Money-related communication is prominent now and if you’ve been sticking your head in the sand or constantly promising someone that payment’s on its way, then resolution could finally be reached. It’s also important someone with whom mutual respect exists understands you haven’t been deliberately avoiding them. You’ve had much on your plate lately and they’ll probably be more understanding than you suspect they will.

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Top 5 Beer Capitals prague dublin

The Czech Republic is the world’s number one beer drinking nation, so no prizes for guessing why Prague is on this list. The Czechs have been brewing beer for over 1000 years and claim that they are the biggest beer-guzzling nation in the world with a whopping per capita number of 157 litres! The Czechs like to drink their beer on the tap. They say it tastes much better than beer that has been bottled or canned. So go on a beer crawl and get sloshed, coz in Prague drinking beer is cheaper than drinking water. It can’t get any better than that, can it ?

The Irish sure know their beer, or more precisely Guinness. Guinness is a dark stout made from roasted malt, and is almost a second name for Dublin. Spend some time at Dublin’s pubs, and you are bound to have a great time in the friendly backslapping atmosphere. A pit stop at St James’ Gate, the largest brewer of stout in the world, is a must for any beer loving person. Oh, and just by the way the best view of Dublin is from the seventh floor of the 250 year old brewery – Guinness Storehouse !

sydney In Sydney Fosters may not be the most popular beer – the locally brewed Toohey is- but beer is definitely the drink that is top of the pops or should we say ‘hops’ in Australia. Sydney is a beer drinking city with loads of bars and pubs at CBD where everyone heads to after a day’s work to hang out and just chill out with a cold, cold beer. Statistics have it that a single Australian consumes 110 litres of beer annually. That’s a hell of lot of beer, wouldn’t you say ?

To choose the best of anything is difficult, but to narrow down on the five best beer cities is really, really tough! So how do we choose? Do we go by which city has the most number of breweries or bars, or do we go by how many types of beer are served? Does it matter? Just go and bend you elbow at a bar at any one of the cities listed below and down mugs of the great mellow yellow liquid – here’s to beer. Cheers! Prost! Salud!

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The tiny town of Bamberg in Bavaria is big on beer. There are all of nine breweries here that produce 50 different beers, of which the specialty is Rauch-bier, a smoked beer. Lots of good quality cheap beer is available in Bamberg and the bars and beer gardens are busy through the year serving beer to the thirsty. So come to Bamberg as a regular beer drinker and leave as a connoisseur - that’s what beer drinking in Bamberg does to you!

Given Montreal’s oh- so- French air, one would think that wine is the favoured drink here. But you’re wrong. Beer is the number one drink of Montreal. With more micro breweries and brewpubs than we can count, Montreal throws up a variety of beers to choose from and they are based on their colour: blonde, rousse (red), ambrée (amber), and noir (dark) – so when at a bar be sure to order your colour preference instead of ale or lager!


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Denim Shorts (Daisy Dukes) If you have the legs for it, denim shorts should feature highest on your shopping list this season! While the low-waisted variety looks good with both fitted and loose tops, it is imperative that high -waisted denim shorts are worn only with tops that have a looser fit or cropped t-shirts. The Multi-Tasker- The great bit about daisy dukes is that they never look out of place, no matter what the occasion may be. For example- for a day out with the family, combine denim shorts with a t-shirt or white shirt but if you’re meeting up with some girlfriends after, swap the t-shirt with a colorful halter and you’re good to go! They can also be worn with colorful leggings in the winter. Colors We Love- Denim shorts look great in every color of the rainbow so go ahead and take your pick!

Must -have Denims this Season

Fashion trends seem to be getting more and more adventurous with every passing season. Designers are thinking out of the box and instead of toeing the safety line, they’re literally jumping out of the safety zone with flourish. Therefore, it’s little wonder that this season’s denim must-haves are as fabulous as they are! Aanchal Ghai, aanchalghai@delhionthego.com

Jeggings The genius who came up with this concept obviously knew what women wanted! As the name suggests, jeggings combine leggings with jeans and have a (thank God!) slimming effect. But Remember! You have to choose a style that complements your body type. For example- if you’re on the shorter side, go for the ‘petite’ and not the ‘regular’ variety because otherwise, the material will bunch up around your ankles. Colors We Love- Grey and black because they’re versatile and even more slimming!

Distressed or Ripped Denims While it cannot be ignored that these denims are not the most versatile of the lot, it has to be said that they’ve been in vogue for a long time which is why we’ve come to the conclusion that they’re here to stay! What to Avoid- Stay away from distressed jeans or shorts that have way too many rips in them. You don’t want to end up looking like something the cat dragged in! But Remember! The placement of the rips plays a large part in determining whether you end up looking slimmer or bulkier than you are. Horizontal rips, for example, will add inches to your hips whereas you’ll look more slender if the rips are vertical.

Colored Skinny Jeans Celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Victoria Beckham have been sporting bright, shaded jeans for a while now but outside tinsel town, they’ve only recently come into vogue! They’re eyecatching because they’re different and break the monotony created by blue denims over the years. The Tricky Part- It is essential that these denims are combined with plain t-shirts because it’s difficult to select a pattern that doesn’t clash with a bold color. Colors We Love- Purple, red and aqua because they work well with every body type.


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Water can make you richer Water brings prosperity when energized correctly in the right manner and helps getting a continuous flow of wealth luck into your house or workplace. Every person is born with the Wealth luck and has the ability to become rich, and with feng shui we can speed up the ripening of your wealth luck .

As 70 per cent of the human body weight is made up of water, placing these features correctly in your surrounding will have a significant effect on your personal Ch’i energy.

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Ideal Placement:

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A water fountain in your home can be an extremely valuable asset. Fresh clean water is symbolic of good health, positive energies, good cash flow and a lack of stagnation in your career.

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Place a fountain or cascade of water outside your front door, on the right hand side of the door (as you enter). This allows good fortune and abundance to flow into your front door. Also you can place an aquarium or fountain in the prosperity or the wealth area of your home .

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Make sure that all drains are free flowing to stimulate flow of finances. Do not let water stagnate in drains.

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The water Ch’i energy of the north is associated with independence, so exposure to this will stop you from relying heavily on other people’s opinions. It also encourages money to flow towards you. Round or rectangular shape aquariums are better than square ones, keeping nine goldfish with one black and eight golden. Aquarium bubbling with water attracts the prosperity Ch’i into your house. If placed in the office, place a light shining into the aquarium so that flickering shadows are reflected on the ceiling. This helps in business turnover – increasing your sales and profits . Even the placement of a photo or painting of a stream, river or lake in the wealth area of the house can help increase prosperity. If you energize it correctly and in proper alignments with the other energies so that there is an auspicious balance, water energy will make you rich and prosperous beyond your expectations.

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Make sure that there is no water placed in the south-west of your home or its surrounding, as it is the most inauspicious for relationships.

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Make sure that there is no water feature on the right-hand side of the main front door (looking out from inside).

Avoid placing any kind of water feature under the staircase, as it effects children’s wealth luck.

Do not sit with any water feature behind you, always make sure to have a solid wall behind you for support.

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play until we see how the first five or six deliveries behave," said Pollock at a media conference here on Thursday. Despite former Aussie star Andrew Symonds' poor form with the bat, Pollock asserted that the all-rounder still has a lot to contribute by way of his vast experience and that he has specific role to play within the team's gameplan while responding to a query whether he would be promoted in the batting order. Pollock had a word of praise for skipper Harbhajan Singh saying the off-spinner had shouldered the responsibility with aplomb in the absence of injured Sachin Tendulkar.

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London, Oct 6 (IANS) Former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt agreed to score no runs in an over during last year's Oval Test match against England as part of a betting scam. Butt and fast bowler Mohammed Asif are accused of receiving money to deliberately bowl no-balls at a specified time during the Test match in August last year. During the hearing of the case Thursday, prosecutors claimed a

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London, Oct 6 (IANS) Jurors in a London Crown Court were told that cricket betting syndicates were controlled and orchestrated by shadowy figures based in Dubai, Mumbai, London and Karachi and some $50 billion was gambled away in the Asian subcontinent alone on matches played around the world and beamed live on satellite television. Aftab Jafferjee, a Queen's Counsel appearing on behalf of the Crown Prosecution Service, said that even if that figure was reduced by a tenth it "not unsurprisingly makes 'spot' fixing and match fixing irresistible to some",

reports the Telegraph. The agent of accused Pakistani cricketers Mazhar Majeed had told an undercover reporter that fixing the outcome of a Test match had been achieved in the past and could be arranged for a fee of 1 million pounds. On the first full day of the trial of former Pakistan captain Salman Butt and fast bowler Mohammad Asif in London's Southwark Crown Court, Jafferjee said the betting industry developed in the 1990s and bets are taken out seconds before the event with "breathtaking" amounts involved in illegal betting.


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Villegas, Kim to play in Iskandar Johor Open

Johor Bahru (Malaysia), Oct 6 (IANS): Star players Camilo Villegas and Anthony Kim have confirmed their participation in the fifth edition of the $2 million Iskandar Johor Open golf that is to be held between, Nov 17-20 at the, Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club. Both Villegas and Kim primarily play on the US PGA Tour and will be up against some of the top European Tour players including defending champion, Padraig Harrington as well as the creme of Asian professional golf in the prestigious championship cosanctioned by the Asian and European Tours.

One of the most popular stars around the globe, the 29-year-old Villegas who hails from Colombia, is a three-time winner on the US PGA Tour with his biggest career triumph coming at the Tour Championship in 2008. Villegas' most recent victory came at the 2010 Honda Classic and he enjoyed a solid 2011 season with five top ten finishes. Unlike Villegas, Kim has had some experience competing in Malaysia as he played in the Malaysian Open in 2009 and finished tied 33rd. The American like Villegas has three wins on the US PGA Tour.

New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS): New Delhi will hold its second edition of the Hero India Cyclothon on Sunday with around 120 of the country's top cyclists taking part in the Rs.500,000 prize money race. The race, organized by Cycling Federation of India in partnership with Hero Cycles and Sport 18, was earlier scheduled to take place Sep 11 but was postponed due to the Delhi High Court blast Sep 7. The race will start from Parliament Street and the cyclists will pass through Raisina Road, Connaught Place, Janpath, Rajpath and Vijay Chowk before returning to the spot of origin. The riders will cover the distance in six laps of the route.

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120 top riders for China Open: Foot injury forces Azarenka to concede Delhi Cyclothon pre-quarterfinal Beijing, Oct 6 (IANS): World number four Victoria Azarenka of Belarus on Thursday pulled out of the China Open tennis due to a foot injury after reaching the pre-quarterfinals. Her opponent Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia will get a walkover to the quarterfinals. The China Open, which is running in its eighth year, has lost Novak Djokovic, Maria Sharapova and the Williams sisters to injury or illness prior to the event. Second seed Gael Monfils of France and Russian veteran Nikolay Davydenko also announced decision to withdraw after the elite tournament kicked off on Saturday.

The Hague, Oct 6 (IANS) :Holland's star footballer Arjen Robben will miss the team's Euro 2012 qualifiers against Moldova and Sweden due to a groin injury. Robben left the Dutch training camp in Noordwijk on Thursday. The Bayern Munich forward is suffering from a pubic bone injury and medical examination made clear on Wednesday that he will miss the matches against Moldova Friday and Sweden Tuesday, as per reports. Robben played as a substitute in Bayern's last weekend's against Hoffenheim (0-0). Earlier this week, it became clear that the winger will not able to play against Moldova. The Netherlands have already qualified for the Euro 2012 with eight straight wins. Playmaker Wesley Sneijder, defenders Hedwiges Maduro and Johnny Heitinga, midfielder Ibrahim Afellay, goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg will also not play in the final matches in Group E.


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Film-based games to fuel worldwide revenue: SRK

No rush for kids: Aniston

London, Oct 6 (IANS): Actress Jennifer Aniston, who is dating actor Justin Theroux, insists she is not "desperate" to start a family. "There's no desperation. If it's meant to be, it's meant to be. I'm at peace with whatever the plan is," contactmusic.com quoted the 42-year-old as saying. "But will you hate me if I say I don't want to talk about my relationship," she asked.

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Mumbai, Oct 6 (IANS): Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has collaborated with Sony PlayStation for a video game based on his most ambitious project "RA.One", says the marriage between gaming and films is an opportunity to raise revenues worldwide. "Apart from just the bright factor, the creative factor and the marketing factor - I think the main marriage is going to be that we are going to have another source of revenue very soon for our films ... so they can get bigger and better," Shah Rukh told reporters here. "As a matter of fact, maybe we will be able to break the barrier of only one or two percent of revenue of the international share and make it 10-15 percent when partners like PlayStation come on board,"

London, Oct 6 (IANS): Singer Kylie Minogue has been awarded an honorary doctorate in recognition for her work promoting breast cancer awareness. The 43-year-old, who was diagnosed with the disease in 2005, accepted an honorary Doctor of Health Sciences award from Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford, Essex. "I never went to university so my dad will be very proud when he sees the pictures," contactmusic.com quoted Minogue as saying. "I am here partly for the work I do promoting breast cancer awareness. When you are diagnosed yourself it becomes a lot more real and you appreciate at first hand the hard work that goes on to support patients through it," she added.

Satya Paul's growth largely due to Macs: Puneet Nanda

Jobs died Wednesday of cancer. He was 56. A surprised Nanda said his MacBookPro refused to boot up Thursday morning when the news of the Apple co-founder's death was splashed all over. "Steve Jobs (1955-2011)... he succeeded to leave the earth a little more beautiful, than he found it. ?... so, for the first time - in 19 years of using Macs, my personal MacBook Pro refuses to boot up! I can understand Steve's passing, but why is my computer acting like him?" he added.

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Nanda, who took over the reins of designing for Satya Paul collection after the octogenarian designer Satya Paul retired, said Jobs' visionary power was the most valuable thing in the world. "Jobs has enabled millions of creative endeavors to be inspired and enabled that it is not possible to capture the real extent of his contribution. At least before he left, he was rewarded to his vision manifest his company to become the most valuable in the world," he posted.

Clint Eastwood to act again?

London, Oct 7 (IANS): Director Clint Eastwood is reportedly set to return to acting in a new baseball movie "Trouble with the Curve", despite insisting 2008's "Gran Torino" was his last time in front of the camera. According to The

Hollywood Reporter, the 81-year-old is planning to play a baseball scout who goes on a trip with his adult daughter. His longtime producing partner Robert Lorenz is set to make his directorial debut through the movie.

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"This is genuinely the most exciting moment in my 45 years that I have become a part of a Sony PlayStation - PS3, PS2 and PSP," he said.

Kylie Minogue receives doctorate

London, Oct 7 (IANS): Rapper Snoop Dogg will star as the father in a family sitcom for NBC, which he has developed with producer Don Reo. This is not the first time he is venturing into acting. The 39-year-old has earlier worked in a sketch show "Doggy Fizzle Televizzle" for MTV, and appeared in reality show "Snoop Dogg's Father Hood" for E! Snoop is also planning to launch a TV talent show to find potential stars from deprived areas.

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New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS): Puneet Nanda, the former creative director of Satya Paul, recalls how the Apple Macs, invented by Steve Jobs who died Thursday, helped him build his brand. He adds the technology has been an asset to creative people. "Most people wouldn't know that Satya Paul is where it is today, largely supported by Macs. We were the pioneers in the industry to use them starting in 1992!...just a few months away from a 20 year anniversary," Nanda posted on social networking site Facebook.

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Go vegetarian, urges Veena Malik New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS): Pakistani actress Veena Malik is urging people to give up meat and turn vegetarian as she poses for the new PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) ad campaign. "I am Veena Malik and I am a vegetarian," Veena, who shot to fame with her stint in the fourth season of reality show "Bigg Boss", proudly says in the ad. The ad marks a worldwide Vegetarian Awareness Month - October. "Going vegetarian is one of the smartest decisions I've ever made. I feel better, I'm healthier and I have the satisfaction of knowing that my food choices also help protect animals and the environment," Veena said. Veena joins the list of prominent actors, sportspersons and celebrities like Lara Dutta, Shahid Kapoor, Pankaj Advani, Anil Kumble, Amrita Rao, R. Madhavan, Murali Kartik, Rahul Sharma and Monica Dogra, who have starred in pro-vegetarian ads.

Oprah Winfrey is Hollywood's highest earning woman Los Angeles, Oct 6 (IANS): Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey has been named Hollywood's highest earning woman by Forbes magazine. Winfrey topped the list with estimated earnings of $290 million. Singer Lady Gaga came second with $90 million, reports Contactmusic.com. The third position went to reality TV star Bethenny Frankel with $55 million. The fourth place was tied between supermodel Gisele Bundchen, Taylor Swift, Ellen DeGeneres and Judge Judy Sheindlin with earnings of $45 million each.

On Dussehra, kill evil within you: Bollywood to fans

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Perry wants fans' help on perfume name

New Delhi, Oct 6 (IANS): Bollywood celebrities like writer Javed Akhtar, singer Shreya Ghoshal and actors Riteish Deshmukh and Shilpa Shetty Thursday wished a 'Happy Dussehra' to their friends and fans, asking them to expel evil from their lives, and bring in positivity. Here's what they posted on microblogging site Twitter:

Javed Akhtar: A very happy

Dussehra to everyone. "Mann say Raavan jo nikalay Ram uss kay mann mein hain" (If you kill the evil within you, you have God in your heart).

Shreya Ghoshal: Wish you all

a very Happy Dussehra. May there be auspicious new beginnings in all our lives. Be good.

London, Oct 7 (IANS): Singer Katy Perry will ask her fans to guess the name of her new perfume via micro-blogging site Twitter. Perry, who released her debut fragrance Purr, earlier this year, will launch the new scent later this year in association with Gigantic Parfums, reports contcatmusic.com. The 26-year-old created the new fragrance while on her "California Dreams" world tour.

I miss being on the silver screen: Shilpa Shetty

Riteish Deshmukh: Dussehra symbolizes the death of evil. Let's begin by killing the evil within us and become better humans Happy Dussehra to all.

Kunal Kapoor: Happy

Dussehra tweeple ... Hope this festival takes away all the negativity from YOur lives and brings loads of happiness and prosperity.

Shilpa Shetty: Happy Dussehra to all my tweetos.

Tusshar Kapoor, Raveena Tandon, Shreya Ghoshal, Sophie Choudry and Mugdha Godse posted their wishes as well.

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Mumbai, Oct 6 (IANS): Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, who is returning to the big screen after four years with the Sino-Indian venture "The Desire", admits that she missed being on celluloid but has learnt to prioritize her life with time. "I have taken

a backseat from showbiz purely out of choice because I am really enjoying what I am doing. I've been there and done that," Shilpa told reporters here at the launch of website www.grouphomebuyers.com. Shilpa, who married Britain-based Indian businessman Raj Kundra in 2009, wants to focus on her personal life and business. "I miss being on the silver screen but I have learnt to prioritize things and my marriage is obviously my first priority. "Then all my ventures where I have put my hard earned money and my sweat and toil into, obviously require time. So it's not possible for me to dabble into too much," she said. The 36-year-old, who has appeared in nearly 40 films, is soon going to make her debut as a producer.


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