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MOHALI: After a complete washout in England, India finally exacted revenge with a resounding ODI series win at the PCA Stadium in Mohali on Thursday. But more than avenging the defeat, it's redemption that has been achieved by the Indians. Faced with a tough chase of 298 runs, India finally ended on the winning side but England, for the first time in the series, gave a fight. India were comfortably cruising towards victory till the tipping point came ivn the form of three quick wickets of Gautam Gambhir (58), Virat Kohli (35) and Suresh Raina (0), that brought England back in the game. However, skipper MS Dhoni (35) and Ravindra Jadeja (26) squeezed through the crunch as England faltered in the final stages. The seeds of victory were sown by rookie Ajinkya Rahane (91) who played a calculated innings to give India the edge

Parthiv, Jadeja take centre stage in absence of seniors MUMBAI: Two left-handers, both hailing from Gujarat -Parthiv Patel and Ravindra Jadeja utilised their chances and made impressive returns to the Indian cricket team following the recent spate of injuries to some key players. The story of Patel and Jadeja, the former recalled in the ODI team in the West Indies and the latter in England, is unfolding on parallel lines as both have followed an almost similar pattern. Both have been a vital cog of the team ever since their comeback, after having failed to seal a berth in the World Cup side. Patel was recalled into the side as skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, after a lengthy IPL preceded by the six-week long ICC World Cup sought rest.

India finally exacted revenge with a resounding ODI series win

early on. Playing with soft hands, flicking and opening the face of the blade, he exploited pace of the English quicks. The Mumbai batsman late cut and chipped tweakers to steal singles. His near-perfect timing was the standout feature of his batting as the English bowling looked clueless for a major part of the innings. Earlier, Jonathan Trott (98 no, 116b, 8x4) put in all his might to keep England in the game, and in the series. With a knock that did good not only to his team but to his own place in the team as well, the underfire Warwickshire batsman held the innings together and helped put 298/4. England skipper Alastair Cook reposed more faith in batsmen than bowlers by opting

to bat first on a seamer-friendly wicket and the batting show justified the decision. Kevin Pietersen (64) and Craig Kieswetter (36) added their bit in augmenting the total. But it was Trott who cautiously walked the distance. England would have still found themselves way short of expectations had Samit Patel's surge in last four overs not propped up the total. He hit 70 crucial runs, his slog directed especially against Vinay Kumar and Umesh Yadav. For India, a lot was expected of seamers on a friendly track. They struck early but also went in for runs. Instead, it was Ravichandran Ashwin and Jadeja who choked the flow of runs in the middle overs. India erred in fielding, but England surpassed them by leaking singles. Kieswetter also dropped Gambhir and Virat Kohli behind the stumps besides also missing an easy run-out chance which benefited Jadeja.

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MOHALI: The ongoing ODI series against England might be billed as 'revenge series' for India after the drubbing they received this summer but captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is in no mood to term it that way, saying "revenge is a very strong word in sports". Whitewashed in all three formats of the game in England, India took sweet revenge by taking an unassailable 3-0 lead in the ongoing rubber against the Englishmen with a series-clinching five-wicket victory in the third one-dayer. "Revenge is a very strong word when it comes to sport. I don't think it should be used in sport. On one side we are speaking about spirit of the game and on the other side we are talking about revenge," Dhoni said at the post-match press conference. Dhoni also lauded his young team for put-

ting up a terrific show against a strong England side in the three matches so far in the absence of a couple of senior players due to injuries. "I am quite happy with the performance of the team when it comes to the ODI format. In England, we made lots of runs, it's just that we never won the toss and had to bowl last. On couple of occasions, rain and

dew factor played spoilsport," he said. "Here the conditions are in our favour. The bowlers are used to the conditions and bowling really well. So it's a positive sign." The Indian skipper said he would keep on promoting young batsmen up the order until they get settled in the team. "I always felt that it's important for the youngsters to bat up the order. What's important is to groom the youngsters. They should be batting more than 20 overs. When they become regular part of the side, then we can experiment with them a bit. When it comes to batting at no 6 and 7, it's completely different task. Don't forget that the youngsters who were being promoted are scoring runs. We were missing couple of players because of injuries so no point in thinking about them. We tried to groom the youngsters," said Dhoni.

India aim to keep the winning momentum against beleaguered England

MUMBAI: How quickly fortunes can change in sport. A few weeks back, anyone predicting a win for India in the five-match series against England would have been scorned, laughed at, and dismissed as an emotional fan. Now, India are 3-0 ahead on the eve of Sunday's penultimate match at the Wankhede, and a 5-0 sweep now looks a distinct possibility! The same Indian side which struggled to do anything right during their 77-day tour in England seem to have rediscovered their invincible and menacing self, comfortable as they are in their own den. In no time, India have surged from No. 5 in ODI rankings to No. 3. Having clinched the series already, their sole aim now would be to complete the revenge with a clean sweep.

India outplayed 3-6 by NZ in Super Series Hockey 9s

PERTH: A lacklustre India conceded three early goals as they were outplayed by New Zealand 3-6 in their opening match of Lanco International Super Series Hockey 9s tournament on Thursday. India failed to shed off old habits of slow passing and slower goal-building moves much against the fast-paced game of their rivals and they conceded goals in regular intervals to frustrate the fairly large crowd who came to support them at the Perth Hockey Stadium on the opening day of the tournament. The new format was put in place to play the game in a faster pace and increase the number of goals in each match but it seemed that India had a lot to do if they have to make an impact. New Zealand were 3-0 up in no time after Stephen Jennes opened

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India rebuffed Libyan leader's request for nuke help in 1978 26 October 2011, Wednesday

MUMBAI: Slain Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi had unsuccessfully sought India's help to develop nuclear weapons in the late 1970s and New Delhi had even sent a three-member team to Tripoli to negotiate a deal, a former nuclear scientist has revealed. "Gaddafi had sent his deputy, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, to New Delhi in 1978 to negotiate the deal to obtain plutonium reprocessing technology and a research reactor similar to Cirus at Barc in Mumbai," the scientist, who had played a key role in the first nuclear test in 1974, said. He said Jalil proposed an India-Libya collaboration for the purpose and held discussions in this regard with then defence minister

George Fernandes. "Fernandes conveyed the request to the PM Morarji Desai, who turned it down immediately." He said Desai's response angered Jalil who threatened "to walk out." He said New Delhi did not want to completely disappoint Libya. "It sent three scientists - P K Iyengar, V Meckoni and K T Thomas - to Tripoli to explore the possibility of negotiating an India-Libyan nuclear deal in the months ahead. Then Indian ambassador to Libya Homi J H Taleyarkhan was enthusiastic about this plan and hoped it would materialize." The Libyans insisted that they wanted reprocessing know-how during the talks. "We advised them that they should improve

Nepal bridge collapse claims Indians KATHMANDU: Less than a month after a mountain flight in central Nepal crashed and claimed 10 Indian tourists, most of them from Chennai, more visitors from the Indian state became casualties of yet another disaster in the neighbouring country on Saturday when a study tour ended in tragedy with a bridge collapse. Samson Paul, a 24-yearold student from the Mar Gregorios Arts and Science College founded by the Malankara Syrian Catholic community in Mogappair west near Chennai, narrated stoically the tragedy that erupted right in front of his eyes in the afternoon and could have claimed him as well but for the grace of god. "We were going to Pokhara on a sight-seeing tour when we came across this quaint suspension bridge," a shocked Paul told TNN. "Our bus stopped and about 15 people went up on the bridge and started taking photographs. I was near the foot of the bridge waiting for them to come back so that the next lot of us could go there. Suddenly, it happened. The bridge collapsed and there was absolute pandemonium." Police said two people had died in the collapse.

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their manpower position before getting this technology. The Libyans were very upset and said they will seek Canada's help if India does not offer them this technology. But nothing happened." He said Pokhran-1's success had convinced Gaddafi that India had developed the technology for making nukes. Libya had signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty in 1968 and ratified it seven years later. It concluded a safeguards agreement with the IAEA in 1980. The erstwhile Soviet Union supplied it a 10MW research reactor located in Tajoura a year later. Gaddafi had also unsuccessfully attempted to obtain nuclear weapons from China in 1970.

British Biologist Sir Paul Nurse (R) and President and Julie Maxton Executive Director of The Royal Society wave upon arriving for the 2011 Prince of Asturias awards ceremony at Campoamor theatre in Oviedo, northern Spain.

KATHMANDU: Less than a month after a mountain flight in central Nepal crashed and claimed 10 Indian tourists, most of them from Chennai, more visitors from the Indian state became casualties of yet another disaster in the neighbouring country on Saturday when a study tour ended in tragedy with a bridge collapse. Samson Paul, a 24-year-old student from the Mar Gregorios Arts and Science College founded by the Malankara Syrian Catholic community in Mogappair west near Chennai, narrated stoically the tragedy that erupted right in front of his eyes in the

afternoon and could have claimed him as well but for the grace of god. "We were going to Pokhara on a sight-seeing tour when we came across this quaint suspension bridge," a shocked Paul told TNN. "Our bus stopped and about 15 people went up on the bridge and started taking photographs. I was near the foot of the bridge waiting for them to come back so that the next lot of us could go there. Suddenly, it happened. The bridge collapsed and there was absolute pandemonium." Police said two people had died in the collapse. They had been identified as Florence Angel, in her 20s, from Chennai

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and a 61-year-old Nepali, Man Bahadur Ale. A second Indian student, preliminarily identified as Hamida Momin, was still missing. Police said searches were still on in the Trishuli River to locate the missing woman. A dozen students were injured and rushed to two hospitals in Chitwan in southern Nepal where some of them had been admitted to ICU with head injuries. Some of them have been identified as B. Ramesh, 22, Sindhu Jha, 21, Balaji, 23, Christopher, 22, Sigdi, 23, Jack, 22, U Sylvie, 22, Priya, 23, from Tamil Nadu and Kelvin Strength Syangba from Meghalaya.

China pushes ASEAN to replace USD with yuan for trade

BEIJING: China is trying to persuade the 10-country Association of Southeast Asian Nations as the first trade bloc to use Yuan in preference to the US dollar in China-ASEAN trade. If successful, the move will help Beijing pressurize the International Monetary Fund to recognize the Yuan as one of the basket of currencies supporting its special drawing rights. "It's currently underway," the official Xinhua news agency quoted Jin Qi, assistant to the governor of the People's Bank of China, as saying on the sidelines of the China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit in the southwestern city of Nanning. She did not give details of the plan. Several developing countries in Africa and some in Asia like Pakistan have agreed to deal in the Chinese currency for the purpose of two-way trade. China is also

giving some of its aid to the poor countries in its own currency. This is seen in some quarters as a move to force aid recipients to use the money for purchasing Chinese goods. "We should speed up the work of signing and improving bilateral agreements on local currency-denominated settlement," Jin said at the Summit. She also tried to persuade the participating officials to allow trading of Yuan and currencies of ASEAN countries on interbank foreignexchange markets in the north and South East Asian region. The Export-Import Bank of China is also working on the Yuan plan using its capability to finance infrastructure and "livelihoodrelated" projects in ASEAN member countries, Sun Ping, assistant president of the Export-Import Bank of China, said at the conference.

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LOS ANGELES: Using contentious barbs and comedic relief, Rupert Murdoch deflected attempts by angry investors to remove him as chairman of his News Corp empire at the company's annual meeting on Friday. The 80-year-old media baron survived what was effectively a no-confidence vote and also managed to get his sons James and Lachlan reelected as directors. The octogenarian began the meeting with perfunctory comments about being personally determined to right News Corp's wrongs, saying it must be an ethical company and that it had been subject to fair criticism and unfair attack. But that was as conciliatory as he got. Unlike his sons Lachlan and James, who sat quietly during the 75-minute meeting, Murdoch stood defiant in the face of tough questioning about News Corp's corporate governance, a proposal to strip him of the long-held chairman role that goes along with his CEO title, and fresh allegations of computer hacking that piggyback off the phone hack-

ing charges responsible for putting Murdoch in his precarious position. In addition to the roughly 150 people inside the Zanuck Theatre on the Fox Studios lot in Hollywood, about 100 others stood outside, voicing opposition to the company and carrying signs that read, "Murdoch isn't above the law" and "Big Media, Big Money, Get Out." Murdoch was feistier than he had been during questioning by a special committee of Parliament in July. British member of parliament Tom Watson, Australian pension fund representative Stephen Mayne and Julie Tanner of the Christian Brothers Investment Service were among those who sparred with Murdoch. Mayne, a longtime News Corp antagonist, and Murdoch, who employed his familiar tactic of pounding the table to stress a point, circled each other like familiar opponents. "It is time to get on the governance high road. You've been treating us like mushrooms," said Mayne, who has attended more than a decade's worth of these meetings.

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Later, in response to Mayne's comment that he was not sure how he planned to vote his shares, Murdoch shot back, "I hate to call you a liar, but I don't believe you. I know how you're going to vote."

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The real fireworks were supplied by Watson, who flew to Los Angeles to attend the meeting as the representative of 1,669 shares of nonvoting stock held by labor group AFLCIO. At his first opportunity to speak, Watson noted the "deep irony" of News Corp using images of Prince William and Kate Middleton

US teenager charged in 'Jihad Jane' terror plot PHILADELPHIA: A Maryland teenager has been indicted on federal terrorism charges that accuse him of helping the American terror suspect dubbed "Jihad Jane" with her plot to kill a Swedish artist. Mohammad Hassan Khalid, a legal immigrant from Pakistan who turned 18 this month, allegedly helped recruit women with passports to further the plot of Colleen LaRose of Pennsylvania and others. The indictment released on Thursday also names Ali Charaf Damache, 46, an Algerian who lived in Ireland and married another suspect in the case, Jamie Paulin-Ramirez of Colorado. Paulin-Ramirez pleaded guilty to providing material

support to terrorists, the same charge now facing Khalid. Khalid had been the rare juvenile in federal custody since his July 6 arrest at his family's home. He was an honors student at his public high school who had been offered a full scholarship to Johns Hopkins University this fall. He has been held in Berks County. "This case demonstrates that we must remain vigilant within our communities to make sure that we bring to justice those terrorists, of any age or background, who seek to do great harm to our citizens," US Attorney Zane Memeger said in a statement. The teen's lawyer, Jeffrey M Lindy, did not immediately return a call for comment.

during its presentation since both were alleged phone hacking victims. He said News Corp could face new investigations in the UK by the country's Serious Organised Crime Agency, stemming from the actions of at least three private investigators employed by News International, News Corp's UK newspaper publishing unit. Murdoch has failed to warn shareholders of the possibility of new civil lawsuits, Watson said. "I promise you absolutely that we will stop at nothing to get to the bottom of this," Murdoch said in response to Watson.

Despite the animosity between the two, Murdoch jokingly defended News Corp's democratic voting process by pointing out that its Fox Business channel had featured Watson earlier in the day. "We're fair and balanced," he said, referencing to the company's familiar slogan. After the meeting, Watson told reporters that he was pleased to have had the opportunity to bring the issues to the attention of investors, even if board members "didn't choose to acknowledge the points I made." "I made my serious points ... the board can choose to ignore me if they like," he said. Watson said he was sure the issues brought up during the meeting would be put to James Murdoch when he returns to Parliament for more questioning next month.

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Murdoch had some supporters in the crowd, among them Haim Saban, the billionaire creator of the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" franchise. Saban said he was shocked at investors' focus on corpo-

rate governance and said they should instead be looking at News Corp's strong operating performance. He also asked Murdoch if he had plans to revisit the abandoned $12 billion BSkyB deal. In the wake of the phone hacking scandal, a group called Avaaz campaigned against News Corp's bid to take full control of UK satellite operator BSkyB. Murdoch said the company does not have plans to put the deal back on the table, but added "never say never, though." Another independent investor thanked Murdoch for creating "thousands of jobs across the world." Since Murdoch controls 40 percent of News Corp's voting B shares and is supported by the next largest holder, Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, there was little chance that Murdoch, his sons James and Lachlan or any other long-time serving director would have been voted off the board. Shareholders reelected the media conglomerate's board of directors on Friday and failed to approve a proposal to oust Murdoch from his chairman post.

Truck with Obama's teleprompter stolen WASHINGTON: In a security breach, a truck containing US president Barack Obama's teleprompter and podium was stolen from a Virginia hotel parking and recovered later. The truck was parked at the Virginia Center Commons Courtyard Marriott in Richmond on Monday ahead of a presidential event. In addition to the teleprompter , $200,000 worth of audio equipment and presidential seals mounted on Obama's podium were inside the stolen vehicle. The truck was recovered later on Monday at a Holiday Inn Express near the Richmond airport, NBC Television reported. "A government vehicle was stolen and has been recovered . No classified or sensitive information was in the vehicle," defence department spokesman George Little said.

US requests website censoring details from China

SAN FRANCISCO: The US government has formally asked China to turn over details of its policies for censoring websites. US Trade Representative Ron Kirk said yesterday that the request is being pursued under World Trade Organisation rules governing how member countries deal with trade issues. Kirk said the concerns center on the competitiveness of foreign websites in China. China heavily censors its Internet, and Kirk said the US

wants to understand China's rules governing website blocking so that foreign websites can adopt policies to avoid being blocked. The request also seeks information on the mechanics of Internet censorship in China, and whether it's implemented directly by the government or indirectly by Internet providers. Some 500 million people in China use the Internet and are hotly pursued by marketers. China's censorship rules are opaque, and it's not

just political sites that are blocked. China's policies led to a rare public fight with a major US company last year when Google Inc announced it was going to stop censoring its Internet search results on its Chinese website as the result of a hacking attack believed to have originated in China. The US is increasing pressure on China over its trade policies, including its currency practices, but there is broad disagreement about the appropriate strategies for ensuring fair competition.

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Pakistan wins UNSC seat, joins India as non-permanent member 26 October 2011, Wednesday

WASHINGTON: Pakistan narrowly won a hotly-contested seat to the UN Security Council on Friday joining India as a two-year non-permanent member on the body. India, which is already serving as a non-permanent member for the 2011-2012 term, is believed to have voted for Pakistan, the two sides having made common cause on many issues at the UN except for Kashmir. Pakistan's term is for two years beginning January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2013, overlapping with India for one year. Pakistan just about scraped through, securing 129 out of 193 votes in the United Nations General Assembly, exactly the two-third majority required to win the seat. Its principal opponent in the Asia-Pacific

region, Kyrgyzstan, won just 55. This would be the seventh time Pakistan would serve on the Security Council, and the fourth time its term would overlap with India. India won its latest two-year term by securing a landslide 187 votes. Guatemala and Morocco were the other members who joined the 15-member council, five of whom are permanent members with veto powers. The other ten are nonpermanent members on two year rotations. There will be a second round of voting for two more seats, one in Africa between Togo and Mauritania and one in Eastern Europe between Azerbaijan, Slovenia and Hungary. Pakistan avoided a second round by just about managing to get the

Pakistani song pokes fun at Kasab, netas, goes viral ISLAMABAD: The latest Pakistani song to have gone viral on the internet pokes fun at Ajmal Kasab, the lone surviving Mumbai attacker, being treated like a "hero" in his home country and slain governor Salmaan Taseer's assassin being treated like a "nawab". Over the weekend, Lahorebased band Beyghairat Brigade (The Dishonor Brigade) unveiled its first single " Aloo Anday" - a sad commentary on Pakistani politics and the Pakistani psyche. The song's video starts on an unassuming note with three

boys in school uniforms complaining over their mother packing "Aloo Anday" for lunch, but in the following three minutes, the band takes on everyone from Sharif brothers of the PML-N to the "good-looking fundamentalist" Imran Khan. Sung in Punjabi with subtitles in English, the video features singer Ali Aftab Saeed grumbling about Nobel Prize-winning Pakistani physicist Abdus Salam being forgotten by most while Taseer's assassin Mumtaz Qadri and Kasab are being hailed as new heroes.

required 2/3rd majority in the first round itself. Pakistan's UN Ambassador Abdullah Hussain Haroon welcomed his country's election to the council and said he expected to work well with India's ambassador Hardeep Singh Puri, next year. The two are personal friends and have been known to hang out together occasionally, once going to a US Open doubles match featuring the Indo-Pak combination of Aisam Qureshi and Rohan Bopanna. "You have seen that the usual tendencies have not erupted between us and that is a good factor," Haroon told Reuters. "Perhaps both of us have been beneficial in starting dialogue between both the countries."

Slain Punjab guv's son alive: Pak ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has claimed that the kidnapped son of former Punjab's slain governor Salman Taseer was alive and being shifted to the Pak-Afghan border, the volatile region which harbours a number of insurgent groups that the US, Nato and Afghan authorities blame for attacks on its troops inside Afghanistan. Shahbaz Taseer, the eldest son of former governor of Punjab Salmaan Taseer, was abducted from Lahore's posh Gulberg area on August 26 while on his way to work. His abduction was widely believed as an attempt by the kidnappers to pressurize the government to release the detained killer of Salman Taseer.

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After Demi Moore, Richard Gere in Nepal

KATHMANDU: Four years after he triggered a storm in India for having hugged and kissed Shilpa Shetty at a HIV/AIDS awareness programme in New Delhi and headed for Nepal for the furore to die down, Hollywood icon Richard Gere is back in the Nepali capital on a low-key personal visit. The 62-year-old, who arrived in Kathmandu quietly on Thursday to go sightseeing as well as catch up with his old friends, including leaders of the Tibetan community, is the second Hollywood star to make a low-key visit in recent times after diva Demi Moore, who came last year on a CNN project to document the stories of trafficking victims, and Titanic hero Leonardo DiCaprio, who also came the same year to raise funds for the World Wildlife Fund's tiger conservation project. Gere, a staunch admirer and friend of exiled Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama and director of the New York-headquartered International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) that seeks to protect the rights of the diaspora, is in Nepal at a time the Maoistled government of the Himalayan republic has been tightening screws on the community. Last week, three Tibetan community leaders - Thrinley Gyatso and Jampa Dhondup from the Tibetan Refugee Welfare Office and Tsering Dhundup, head of the Boudhanath Tibetan community - were taken into police custody and questioned severely as to whether representatives of the Tibetan government in exile in Dharamsala would join the thousands of devotees attending a prayer ceremony in Kathmandu to mark the passing of a venerable Tibetan Buddhist lama, Trulshik Rinpoche. The monk was one of the teachers of the Dalai Lama and head of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. He was also the founder of the Thupten Choling Monastery, Nepal's largest monastery. Nepal police had also detained and interrogated Chime, the head of the Jawalakhel Tibetan settlement, after a visit by US government officials.


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Barnes wins Booker he once called ‘posh bingo’ LONDON: It was fourth time lucky for British writer Julian Barnes, who won literature's Booker Prize on Tuesday after a contest that had as many insults, rivalries and bitter accusations as a paperback potboiler. Barnes, a finalist on three previous occasions who once described the contest as " posh bingo", finally took the $82,000 prize with 'The Sense of an Ending' , a memory-haunted novel about a 60-something man forced to confront buried truths about his past after the unexpected arrival of a letter. Former British spy chiefturnedthriller writer Stella Rimington, who chaired the judging panel, said the 150-page novel "spoke to humankind in the 21st century" .

Millions of records sold, yet UB40 stars go bankrupt LONDON: Four members of UB40, the British reggae band, have been declared bankrupt following ongoing wrangles about their finances. Brian Travers, Jimmy Brown, Terence Oswald -known to fans as Astro --and Norman Hassan have been listed by Britain's Insolvency Service following a declaration in Birmingham County Court, and could now have property seized by tax officers to pay off any outstanding debts, reported Daily Mail. The case revolves around the failure of the band's record label and management company DEP International and in July, the quartet were warned they would have to pay costs on the court case, which have already ran to tens of thousands of pounds. The news comes after the 'Red Red Wine' hitmakers played a special show at the Hare and Hounds pub in King's Heath, Birmingham, to mark being bestowed with a Performing Rights Society plaque, honouring their first ever show, held there in 1978.

She said it was "almost an archetypal book of our time" that examined the unreliability of memory and how little we know ourselves. "It is exquisitely written, subtly plotted and reveals new depths with each reading." Barnes, one of Britain's most critically acclaimed novelists, was previously nominated for 'Flaubert's Parrot' in 1984, 'England, England' in 1998 and 'Arthur and George' in 2005. The 65-year-old said that "in occasional moments of mild paranoia" he had wondered if forces were working against him ever winning. "I'm as much relieved as I am delighted to receive the 2011 Booker Prize," he said, thanking his publishers "for their wisdom and the sponsors for their check" .

People celebrate at Martyrs' Square in Tripoli .

WASHINGTON: In White House events that underscored both United States' capacity for scholastic absorption from across the world and India's contribution to American advancement, several luminaries of Indian origin have been honored by President Obama this month amid a continuing debate about US intellectual leadership in the so-called knowledge century. Foreign-born scholars were conspicuous in the White House on Friday when President Obama conferred the National Medals for science, technology and innovation, with India-born scientists prominent among them. As Obama himself noted, three quarters of the dozen honorees were born outside of the US (three of them from India), and "they searched for the best universities and the most advanced labs -and they found them here, because America is the best place in the world to do the work that they do." The three India-born scholars honored were New York University's Srinivasa SR Vardhan, Purdue University's

Rakesh Agarwal and North Carolina State Univeristy's B Jayant Baliga; the last two originally from IIT. Their honors follow another White House event earlier this month when the US President welcomed three winners of the Google Science Fair to the Oval Office, all of whom happened to be young women, and two of them - Shree Bose and Naomi Shah - of Indian-origin. (Earlier this week, Obama also honored Indian-American activist Vijaya Lakshmi Emani posthumously in a White House ceremony with the Presidential Citizens Medal for her work on domestic abuse in the Indian-American community. Andhra-born Emani, a trailblazer for women's rights, died in a road accident in 2009.) At Friday's event, Obama himself recalled his meeting with Shree, wryly joking about "her first experiment in second grade trying to turn spinach blue...and in fourth grade, she built a remotecontrolled garbage can." But for the Google science fair, at the age of 17, he noted that she discovered a promising new way to

India-born achievers shine in White House honours list improve treatment for ovarian cancer. "And she also told me very matter-of-factly that she'll be going to medical school and getting a doctorate, and I suspect she will do so. She did not lack confidence," he remarked amid laughter. There were similar lighthearted moments about the senior honorees with the US President joking that they make "all of us really embarrassed about our old science projects." But on a more serious note, he said because of their work, "we are one step closer to curing diseases like cancer and Parkinson's...soldiers can see the enemy at night and grandparents can see the pictures of their grandchildren instantly and constantly. Planes are safer, satellites are cheaper, and our energy grid is more efficient, thanks to the breakthroughs they have made." Indeed, among the honorees was Rakesh Agarwal, a Purdue University engineer who was chosen for the technology award for improving energy efficiency and reduced the cost of gas liquefaction and separation. His work has

helped electronic device manufacturing, liquefied gas production and the supply of industrial gases for diverse industries. Baliga was recognized for development and commercialization of the Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor and other power semiconductor devices that are extensively used in transportation, lighting, medicine, defense, and renewable energy generation systems. Vardhan an alumnus of Presidency College, Chennai and the Indian Statistical Institute, won the award for his work in probability theory, especially his work on large deviations from expected random behavior, which has revolutionized this field of study during the second half of the twentieth century and become a cornerstone of both pure and applied probability. Obama used the growing prominence of such foreign-born scholars both to boast about America's capacity for absorbing immigrants successfully and offering them opportunities, and also to gee up US-born citizens who are falling off the science and math gradient.

Former UK defence minister Liam Fox breached govt code: Report

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (L) in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington.

LONDON: Former British defence secretary Liam Fox's ties with friend and self-styled adviser Adam Werritty breached the ministerial code, a civil service report to be released on Tuesday is expected to conclude. Cabinet Secretary Gus O'Donnell, the country's most senior civil servant, accepts in his report that Fox had broken the code while stating that he did not gain financially from the breach. The report, due to be handed to Prime Minister David Cameron early Tuesday, concludes that Fox made the right decision in quitting his post last week. Fox, who played a key role in Britain's military campaigns in

Libya and Afghanistan, resigned on Friday after it emerged that his best man Werritty posed as a government adviser and took foreign trips with the minister. Conservative party lawmaker Fox has apologised to parliament and admitted Werritty had accompanied him on 18 foreign trips, and visited him 22 times at the Ministry of Defence in London. Fox stepped down amid reports that financial backers linked to Israel and a private security firm had funded Werritty's first-class travel and hotel stays during his time with the minister. Tuesday's report will not cover the allegations that Fox misled donors as to why they were to fund Werritty.


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TORONTO: Canada's trade with India is growing in real terms but sliding in market share, says India's commerce secretary. "While trade between the two countries has grown between 15 and 20 per cent a year, India's trade with the rest of the world is growing at 40 to 50 per cent," Rahul Khullar told delegates to a week-long engineering show at the Direct Energy Centre on Monday. "That's what our prime ministers are concerned about - the share has to be preserved," he said. Two developments would

help, Khullar said. One is the signing of a free trade deal, formally called a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, initiated one year ago and expected to be signed in 2013. Its aim is to triple bilateral trade. The other development would be greater engagement by small and medium enterprises the main theme of the trade fair, the India Show, at the exhibition grounds. "How we get from $5 billion to $15 billion (in bilateral trade) is going to be achieved through big deals from large companies, but

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most important through companies at the small and medium level," said Rana Sarkar, Canada-India Business Council director. Most of the show's 154 Indian exhibitors are small- and medium-size engineering firms, all signaling an eagerness to do business with Canada, said Toronto entrepreneur and emcee Hari Venkatacharya. The hope is that Canadian firms reciprocate by exhibiting at the India Engineering Sourcing Show in Mumbai in March, he said. So far 50 Canadian firms are committed.

CARACAS, Venezuela: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is in optimal health after undergoing cancer treatment, doctors on his medical team said Saturday. The Venezuelan doctors spoke out to dispute a surgeon's remarks about Chavez's condition. Dr. Salvador Navarrete was quoted as saying in a recent interview with a Mexican magazine that he believed the president's prognosis "is not good" and that the life expectancy in such cases can be as little as two years. Dr. Fidel Ramirez, one of Chavez's doctors, read a statement at a televised news conference Saturday saying Chavez had never been a patient of Navarrete. The doctors questioned the surgeon's ethics, saying he is wrong and doesn't have access to Chavez's medical information. Ramirez said Chavez's health is "absolutely satisfactory, with an excellent prognosis." Dr. Rafael Vargas, another Chavez doctor, said Navarrete's only contact with the president came in 2002 when he was part of a group of doctors who had an "informal conversation" with the president. He called Navarrete's comments irresponsible. Navarrete didn't respond to requests this week to elaborate on his comments in the interview, and wasn't available at his medical offices in recent days. In a

letter attributed to Navarrete and published Friday in the opposition newspaper Tal Cual, the surgeon said he had left Venezuela with his family after his remarks were published. He wrote that he met with the chief of the government's national intelligence agency before abruptly deciding to leave. Navarrete defended his decision to speak out about Chavez's health, but said some of his comments were being misinterpreted. He said his "analysis of the president's current condition is based on the official information that in some cases has been provided by the president." Chavez underwent surgery in Cuba in June to remove a cancerous tumor from his pelvic region. From July to September, he received four rounds of chemotherapy, both in Cuba and in Venezuela, and he said on Thursday that tests show he is cancer-free. The 57-year-old leader has not said where the tumor was located or revealed the type of cancer with which he was diagnosed. He has said he expects to undergo regular exams to make sure the illness does not reappear. Ramirez, who is a brother of Chavez's close confidant and oil minister, Rafael Ramirez, declined to answer questions about the type of cancer or where the tumor was located.

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The cat who can predict death

26 October 2011, Wednesday hen doctors and staff realised that a cat living in a U.S. nursing home could sense when someone was going to die, the feline, Oscar, was portrayed as a furry grimreaper or four-legged angel of death. But Dr. David Dosa, who broke the news of Oscar's abilities in a paper in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2007, said he never intended to make Oscar sound creepy or his arrival at a bedside to be viewed negatively. Dosa said he hopes his newly released book , Making Rounds With Oscar: The Extraordinary Gift of an Ordinary Cat will put the cat in a more favourable light as well as providing a book to help people whose loved ones are terminally ill. "After the New England Journal article you got the feeling that if Oscar is in your bed then you are dead, but you did not really see what is going on for these family members," said Dosa, an assistant professor of medicine at Brown University. "I wanted to write a book that would go beyond Oscar's peculiarities, to tell why he is important to family members and care givers who have been with him at the end

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of a life." Dosa said Oscar's story is fascinating on many levels. Oscar was adopted as a kitten from an animal shelter to be raised as a therapy cat at the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Providence, Rhode Island, that cares for people with severe dementia and in the final

stages of various illnesses. SIXTH SENSE? When Oscar was about six months old the staff noticed he would curl up to sleep with patients who were about to die. So far he has accurately predicted about 50 deaths. Dosa recounts one instance when staff were convinced of the imminent death of one patient

but Oscar refused to sit with that person, choosing instead to be on the bed of another patient down the hallway. Oscar proved to be right. The person he sat with died first, taking staff on the ward by surprise. Dosa said there was no scientific evidence to explain Oscar's abilities but he thinks that maybe the cat responds to a

pheromone or smell that humans simply don't recognise. Dosa said his main interest was not to delve further into Oscar's abilities but to use Oscar as a vehicle to tell about terminal illness which is his main area of work. "There is a lot to tell about what Oscar does but there is a lot to tell on the human level of

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what family members go through at the end of life when they are dealing with a loved one in a nursing home or with advanced dementia," he said. "Perhaps the book is a little more approachable because there is a cat in it. We really know so little about nursing homes and this tries to get rid of this myth that they are horrid factories where people go to die." Oscar, who is now nearly five years old, had initially sparked a bit more interest in families wanting to send their loved ones to Steere House. Oscar has even been thanked by families in obituaries for providing some comfort in the final hours of life. But he said Oscar remains unchanged by the attention, spending most of his days staring out of a window, although he has become a bit friendlier. "The first time I met Oscar he bit me. We have warmed over the years. We have moved into a better place," said Dosa. "I don't think Oscar is that unique but he is in a unique environment. Animals are remarkable in their ability to see things we don't, be it the dog that sniffs out cancer or the fish that predicts earthquakes. Animals know when they are needed."


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oga represents a process through which one can learn how to live in the most integrated way. Therefore, it involves the process of identification and then elimination of all that would contribute to disintegration. The term yoga is derived from yugil (Sanskrit), which means unite or integrate. It's a combination of science and arts and a highly enjoyable journey towards perfection. One can trace the origin of yoga way back to the Indus Valley Civilisation, ie, at least 3,000 years

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First is the practical discipline (asanas, pranayama and dhyana). Asanas involve the increased awareness of various physical and physiological processes influenced by controlled stretching contraction and relaxation of various muscles, their co-ordination in balancing and during maintenance of posture. Pranayama similarly involves the manipulation of breathing mechanism along with the awareness of the pressure changes inside the chest cavity and abdomen. Dhyana increases the awareness

èÎĂ&#x2022; 26 October 2011, Wednesday the regulation of diet as well as daily habits involving the pattern of sleep, recreational activities and working habits. This helps remove all those irritants, which are responsible for the imbalance in the functioning of body-mind complex. Third are the changes in one's attitude, behaviour and lifestyle, which help induce the feeling of sharing, warmth in friendship and con-

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An enjoyable journey called BC. And for the past 5,000 years, it has remained as one of the most important facets of our culture. With the goal of restructuring the society on spiritual values, through revival of ancient yogic discipline, Swami Kuvalayananda established the Kaivalyadhama Yoga institute in 1924, at Lonavla, near Pune. It is one of the oldest yoga institutes in the country and recently played host to the 6th International Conference on Yoga Research & Cultural Synthesis, where over 1,200 delegates participated from the world, including the US, France, Brazil, China, Germany, Canada, Greece, Argentina, Korea and Japan. Yoga represents a process through which one can learn how to live in the most integrated way. Therefore, it involves the process of identification and then elimination of all that would contribute to disintegration. Hence, it becomes a continuous process, requiring constant vigilance, involving all the aspects of life. According to O P Tiwari, one of the most recognised and accomplished masters of yoga and chief administrative officer of Kaivalyadhama, "Yoga, which is a science of personal growth for spiritual experiences, has simultaneously become a science of health and healing. All its techniques and methods are geared for bringing the healing touch to the body and mind, which suffer from ill-health." For this purpose, it has three main components.

of one's mental processes, including the thoughts, emotions and memory. It can make one aware how the constant restlessness at the level of mind contributes to the feeling of emotional stress, constant fear and insecurity. This increased awareness, combined with the techniques of dhyana, restores the psychophysiological functions back to its healthy and balanced state. Second component is

cern, love and respect for the whole world. This acts as an antidote for the feeling of hopelessness, and loneliness. "If you do yoga keeping this spirit in mind and comply with all the instructions given to you, you would find that yoga not only gives you relief from your problems but also opens up a new way of enjoying your life," adds Tiwari. Many a time, when people talk

about yoga, they focus their attention on the first component involving asanas, pranayama and dhyana. Thus they confine yoga to a small period of their daily life as if rest of the day has nothing to do with it. Swami Kuvalayananda's excellent work in the field of yogic culture attracted the attention of leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and today, Kaivalyadhama has branches in Mumbai, Rajkot, Delhi and Bhopal, USA and France.

Is there a best time to

exercise?

Not really, say experts. For most people the best time to do exercise is the best convenient time. If you are doing exercise at a particular time daily then you are more likely to see results. It is often found that those who do exercise in the morning are more disciplined and are unlikely to skip exercise at any cost unlike those who do exercise in the late evening. Though there are researches on exercise they are still limited. So it is difficult to fix the right time to exercise. "Some people can wake up early in the morning and can easily do exercise without fail. But others are lazy to get up early. So for them it is always better to do it according to their convenience," says Bindu S, a fitness expert. But some research shows that you have more endurance in the late afternoon as the body temperature is at its highest and so strength and endurance are greater. "Not many can afford to workout when they feel like due to various family and work commitments. So even if you are doing your workouts at a time you despair, don't feel sorry for your body can easily adapt to any circumstance," says George Joseph, a personal trainer. George says more than the physical aspect missing the exercise routine can have psychological impacts. "The guilt feeling that you could not do the exercise can bring forth many negative emotions. This would affect your productivity the whole day. So, the good news is, whether it is morning or late evening what matters is you do the exercise regularly.


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èîÕ 26 October 2011, Wednesday rue beauty comes from within. "The secret to a healthy glow may not be hidden in your cosmetics," says skin expert Dr Jaishree Manchanda. Healthy skin, like any organ, is often a reflection of diet and lifestyle. If you nourish your body from within, it will make a difference in the way your skin looks and ages. The biggest mistake made while dieting is cutting out essential fatty acids (EFAs). EFAs not only support the cardiovascular, immune, reproductive and nervous systems, they enable the body to create new cells, repair those that are damaged and get rid of toxins. A recent research says that EFAs are not only effective against dry skin but are also pivotal in weight loss. New skin cells are constantly formed to replace old or damaged ones, but if we deprive the body of the right nutrients while dieting, the skin starts to lose its ability to renew these cells. It also loses moisture and elasticity. Just when you start fitting into those 'small' size outfits, your skin starts looking dull and dry. "The best way to keep your skin soft and supple is to give it the right nutrients and then protect it with a shielding lotion that significantly reduces the loss of natural oils and moisture," says senior cosmetolo-

fruits, supplemented by skimmed milk, vegetable oils, yogurt, honey and yeast.

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gist Dr Mohan Thomas. The body naturally makes a protective layer on the skin to prevent outside irritants from harming the skin and to keep natural oils and moisture locked in to avoid aging and dry skin. Environmental toxins, soaps and chemicals take their toll on our skin

every day. In addition to feeding your skin from the inside, you also have to protect it from the outside. A shielding lotion replenishes the protective layer of the skin and allows your skin to use all the good nutrition to produce glowing skin the perfect complement to your toned and

healthy body.

DIET PL AYS A MAJOR ROLE

Diet plays an important role in maintaining the health of your skin. Your nutritional diet will consist of liberal quantities of seeds, nuts and grains, vegetables and

If your skin is unusually dry and rough, you are probably lacking vitamin A. B group vitamins help to keep skin beautiful. Vitamin B1 aids skin health while B2 or riboflavin deficiency can lead to brown pigmentation and oily skin. Severe deficiency of riboflavin causes the skin under the nose and at the corners of the eyes and mouth to crack and become sore. The antioxidants in vitamin C help form collagen and protein that bind cells and tissues together.

THE TRICK

Brewer's yeast is very important. Even someone with great skin will see improvement after taking. Take a tbsp of yeast stirred into citrus juice or water after each meal, between meals, and before retiring. Citrus foods play an important role in keeping your skin looking young.

MANAGE STRESS

Stress can make your skin more sensitive and trigger problems like acne breakouts. Set reasonable limits, scale back your to-do list and make time to do the things you enjoy. The results may be more dra-

A magic potion

to make you young ou've tried botox and facelifts to turn back the clock. Now here's a painless new treatment that comes in a bottle! Say hello to a new anti-aging liquid food supplement devised by a UK-based company that uses ancient Japanese principles of skincare to create the product. The fruity drink contains collagen, Borage oil, vitamins and hyaluronic acid, all aimed to preserve skin firmness, elasticity and reduce wrinkles. Said to have no side effects, it claims to show visible results in four to

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eight weeks. But is it really that simple?

SAFE TO TRY?

Holistic health guru Mickey Mehta believes there's a big chance such a product will work. "There is such a thing as gene expression, which scientists abroad are looking into. Natural products are said to reach out to genes and change the growth program. They vitalise the skin and firm up muscles and tissues, giving it a natural glow. So if this product has botanical products, there's a possibility it will work. With a combination of exer-

cise, meditation, breathing techniques and products as such these, in eight to ten years aging may just be a thing of the past," he says. Skin expert Dr Jamuna Pai, however, warns, "It might have very limited use. There is no such thing as a miracle in a bottle. It depends if the ingredients reach the dermal layer. If hyaluronic acid is injected in the skin, it has better effects, so I think it is a long shot."

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BE GENTLE

matic than you expect Limit bath time: Hot water and long showers or baths remove oils from your skin. Limit your bath or shower time, and use warm, rather than hot water. Use mild soaps: Avoid strong soaps that can strip oil from your skin. Instead, choose mild cleansers with minimal fragrance.

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After washing or bathing, gently pat or blot your skin dry with a towel so that some moisture remains on your skin.

MOISTURISE DRY SKIN

Find a moisturizer that fits your skin type and makes your skin look and feel soft. Apply your moisturizing cream immediately after bathing and towelling dry. This will seal in the moisture. For your day cream, choose one that contains zinc oxide and provides SPF30 or more protection. You can also use baby oil to moisturize the skin.

CLEANSE IT WELL

Very often, your skin looks superficially clean; but it's really not. Dirt and dust particles hide in the pores of the skin and clog sweat. Proper cleansing not only removes all the make-up which accumulates during the day, but also stops the oil-secreting sebaceous glands from getting clogged. Go for a neutral ph face wash.

rubbish," laughs Sushma Reddy. "I have heard of people having Arnica too, which is quite harmful, so people believe anything. For me, I always have this kaada, which is made at home with herbs brought from the Himalayas. I'd rather make sure I have a healthy lifestyle than try fad products," she says. Image consultant Rukhsana Eisa is quite interested in the brew. "I'd try it; it's fabulous news!" she says. "And since this is just a drink it would be painless, which is great. Beats all the other long drawn, painful procedures." Adds jewellery designer Queenie Singh, "The anti-aging market is huge today, with even youngsters in their late 20s wanting to try things out. I'd give the drink a try but after it has been tested, I wouldn't want to be a guinea pig," she adds.


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views of the day, only to be met with a rude shock towards the end. As she was leaving the studious, she was abruptly stopped by a man in a uniform. Yes, a cop cornered her, and insisted that she answer some hard-hitting questions. Sonakshi graciously followed him into the interrogation room, to counter a grilling

session of Q & A. She was grilled on everything - from her link-ups, cat-fights, to Khan camps. But we're telling you, this Dabangg gal is a tough one to crack. To watch Sonakshi being interrogated by zoOm's very own cop in disguise, watch Planet Bollywood News at 7pm, only on zoOm - India's No.1 Bollywood channel.

ROLLS AT L AST 'MUNNABHAI 3'

Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani seems to have cracked it at last... There is news on the Munnabhai 3 front. If sources are to be blieved, Rajkumar Hirani has at last written a script along with Abhijat Joshi that will justify the 'Munnabhai' series. Most likely to be titled 'Munnabhai Chale Amerika', this film will star the original cast of Sanjay Dutt as Munnabhai and Arshad Warsi as Circuit in lead roles. However, we learn that since Munnabhai 3 is going to be made on a canvas much larger than the previous two, Raju has roped in Raju Mapaskar to help him with wielding the camera. So this one, in all probability, will be a joint direction venture. If all goes well, sources say the movie will hit the theatre in 2013. Well, that's not too much of a long wait.

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ema Malini has brought together veteran stars like Dharmendra, Vinod Khanna and Rishi Kapoor for her film " Tell Me O Kkhuda". And for the first time Esha will be sharing screen space with Dharmendra in the film that will be produced and directed by her mother. "It is an emotional story that families will love to watch. It's USP is the fatherdaughter relationship," says Hema. The actress-turneddirector has been actively involved in every aspect of her film. She feels that these days one has to work very hard to get the film before the audience in the best way possible. She stresses, "These days you just can't sit back once the product is ready. You have to give it a proper push. Making a film is easy, but taking it to the audience is like running a marathon. Even two years back it wasn't so competitive as it is

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today. I don't know much about marketing, but I am learning." Hema debuted as a director way back in 1992 with "Dil Ashna Hai" that had Shah Rukh Khan and Divya Bharati in the lead. Ask her why she didn't direct for so many years and she replies, "I preferred to be with my daughters who were growing up then, and I continued with my dance. Now that my daughter is

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ctor Neetu Chandra, who turned producer with Bhojpuri film Deswa, says she is looking forward to produce a Bollywood movie. “Of course, I would want to (produce a Bollywood film). Nothing is impossible. Why not?” says the 27-year-old actor. However that will have to wait. “I’m working in six Bollywood films. Right now, Deswa is my baby and I’m concentrating only on that. The movie was a dream for me and my brother Nitin, who has directed it. People living in any part of the country will understand and like this film, which is slated to release next month. It’s a revolutionary film and when you make something like this, not many people stand by you. We have Neetuinvested money from our house to make this film happen,” she says, adding, “There are many brother-sisters in Bollywood who are directors, like Farah Khan-Sajid Khan, Farhan Akhtar-Zoya Akhtar, but we both are actor-producerdirector duo. And you can say that I’m the youngest producer.” The actor has been in news lately for her link-up with actor Randeep Hooda. Reportedly, the two are planning to tie the knot soon. She, however, refuses to field any queries. “I really don’t want to talk about my personal life,” she says, adding that marriage will happen, but not now. “I believe in the institution, but there is nothing to speculate about now. I’ve my plate full with lots of work.”

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Cast: Ayesha Takia, Rannvijay Singh, Raghuvir Yadav, Tanvi Azmi Direction: Nagesh Kukunoor Genre: Romance Duration: 2 hours 6 minutes Story: Ayesha Takia, a watch maker in a picturesque hill station, finds a strange customer at her door one day. He introduces himself as Andy (Rannvijay Singh), the highschool back bencher, and turns up silently at her door, daily, without fail, with his damaged

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my house, obviously I would want to cast her." And mama is all praise for her daughter. "I like Esha's athletic figure. She works very hard on it. Her style of acting is far better than mine. I am proud of her performance. Unfortunately, her talent hasn't been exploited well. She wasn't getting interesting roles, and she too, was not choosing her roles properly and was seen in many multistarrers. I stopped her from doing that and made this film. I have my production house and we will continue making more films. I want to make nice, sensitive, sensible, small budget films," says Hema. "But, it is not necessary that only I will direct Esha. If something nice comes up from other banners, she surely can do it, or if we have a good script, we can also find a good director for her. But I will certainly create more roles for her," signs off the veteran actress.

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watch. Is this shy, introverted, somewhat crazy man the boyfriend she has been waiting for all her life, or is he a mystery man with a dubious history? Movie Review: It's a sweet, small and simple film spilling over with charming locales and charming people too. All the lead actors have lived their roles with an

authenticity, including Tanvi Azmi as the buddy aunt and Raghubir Yadav, the fond daddy who is a diehard Kishore Kumar bhakt. Ayesha Takia and Rannvijay Singh bring to life a tender and unusual romance with their slightly dysfunctional comings and goings. Then what goes wrong? It's the pace of the film that takes its toll on you. Understandably, life follows a languid rhythm on the hills and cannot move at lightning speed. But hey, a film's got to have sufficient movement and pace to keep the drama flowing. Here, the events unfold with extenuating lethargy and test your patience time and again. Also the manner in which the mystery angle to Andy's personality is dealt it has an amateur touch to it. Got a lot of time? Go for it.


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CANCER

June-22 to July-23

26 October 2011, Wednesday

Lal Kitab & Vastu Specialist This is an active week. You must take note of mistakes and correct them. Keep everything in written form as it may save you from any sort of blame. The second half of the week is not the right time for advancement at place of work. Some of you may be in line for a promotion or salary raise, but let superiors approach you first.

This is a bright week. You will be able to complete the jobs pending for long early this week. Complete, as many matter as possible in the first half of the week. You are selfstarter, so work independently and you will be recognized for you originality. During the second half of the week make yourself available to your loved one as it may open up a very attractive side of your personality.

LIBRA

This week is variable. Plan social outings that do not require much finance. You may be of a practical turn of mind early this week, but your friends and family members are not. Stay away from loved ones with whom you are at odds. In the second half of the week difficulty in handling children with your mate’s opposition aroused September-24 earlier. Wait until temper cools to pursue discussions. to Your lucky numbers for the week are 2 and 4 and winOctober-22 ning colors are bronze and deep pink.

CAPRICON

This is a mixed week for you. Try to concentrate on your work more than usual. You may get some reward in the form of kind. Your superiors may be watching you closely. In the second half of the week work will be long and tiring. Reschedule your responsibilities to make things December-23 easier on you. Family members need special to attention. The personal touch will smooth over Januar-20 the rough edges in your relations with them.

t's lucky, believe superstitious folk! Here are top 10 other common notions people that are said to ward off that bad luck Call them old wives' tales or beliefs not really based on rational thought or logic, but superstitions are as old as the hills! We've all heard them, scoffed at some and turned wideeyed at others. Read on to know more...

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BREAKING A MIRROR

As the superstition goes, it's seven years' bad luck if you break a mirror! The tale finds root in the past when people looked into reflective surfaces like a pond or lake and stared into it to see their future. When the water rippled it was believed to be magical, akin to breaking their own future. The water surface was replaced by a mirror, so it was considered that it if you broke a mirror, you could harm your own future.

SPILLING SALT

That's considered bad luck and if one does spill some by mistake, one simply throws a little more over his or her

TAURUS

April-21 to May-20

LEO

July-24 to August-23

SCORPIO

October-23 to November-22

AQUARIES

This is a variable week for some of you. You must avoid financial entanglements with pals. You may be faced with the need to make an important decision about a friend in the first half of the week. The second half of the week is the time to avoid social events and situations that have been overly demanding. Mutual money obligations may need reevaluation.

This is a stimulating week. Even if chores at home are dull, you will not consider them burdensome. You may have the extra energy at your disposal in the first half of the week. Little discourages you from getting things accomplished. During the second half of the week, you have to be very understanding to avoid possible arguments. The weekend is slow and advises you to relax at your home. This is bright week for you. Some of you will enjoy exploring into your rich imagination and experimenting with your hobbies. You should do everything to please your family members in the midweek. People you have wanted to meet may meet you in a get together. During the second half of the week be restrained in your romantic partners. Children may cause some problem regarding the amount of freedom they get.

The week is good for you. Based on a conversation with a friend, you will be making some positive changes in your social routine. A new friend may invite you to an event that opens up an unexplored area of interest. In the second half of the week you may have some problem regarding your health. So, take care. Relaxation in the weekend will be helpful to get back the energy.

Do you believe in a January-21 to February-19

rabbit’s foot

shoulder into the face of evil spirits. This is said to prevent bad omen and sickness. Today some people also put salt on a doorstep of a new home to ward off evil spirits.

BL ACK C AT CROS SING YOUR PATH

This is an old one rooted in witchcraft legends. In the middle ages, black cats were believed to be witches incarnate and if it crosses someone's path, it is believed to invite the worst luck. While Irish superstition says to kill a cat brings 17 years of bad luck, French superstition holds that it's bad luck to cross a stream carrying a cat.

WALKING UNDER A L A DDE R

Most folks believe this to be a harbinger of

bad luck. The lore goes back to early times when people felt any ladder that leant against a wall, formed a triangle with the wall and ground being the other two sides. Now this supposedly represented the Holy Trinity, and walking through it violated it: a religious faux pas rendering you a devil. Also, in the medieval times, the ladder was said to resemble the gallows and anyone walking under it was said to be coming face to face with death. It's said one can avoid bad luck (if you believe in that sort of thing) by walking under the ladder backwards and making a wish.

KNOCKING ON WOOD

When people brag, you will often hear them say, "Knock wood," (if they're superstitious). This belief originated a

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GEMINI

May-21 to June-21

VIRGO

August-24 to September-23

This is a slow week at your place of employment. It will give you time to concentrate on personal affairs. Try to be open-minded toward people who are close to you. During the second half of the week unfinished business is nearing its expected conclusion. Complete all of them. Try to make yourself more presentable as it may help you win some words of appreciation in the weekend.

This is a fine week. The early days can be carefree if you avoid your relatives. Lead and initiate your original ideas at your place of work. During midweek do not be unduly influenced by rumors or rely on promises made by colleagues. Following someone else’s lead could be harmful for some of you. During the second half of the week make some plans for the future where your social and business ambitions are concerned.

SAGITTARIUS

This is a challenging week. Those who earn a living in an art field may receive some satisfaction from new projects. Use your inventiveness to the fullest. Originality is what is needed in the present situation. Complications may cause you uncertainty, and financial matters may seem very complex. These probNovember-23 lems can be solved with relative ease once you take to a second look into it. Your lucky numbers are 3 and December-22 6 and winning colors are violet and electric blue.

February-20 to March-20

The week is pleasant. Someone you have met recently may be getting too intimate too fast. In the midweek your intuition may tell you to hold back on making a commitment for this week. If you have the opportunity to move in a different social sphere, give it a try. In the second half of the week entertainment is highlighted. An invitation may be extended as early as the weekend.

luck and suffering, people avoid wearing the number on themselves or even living on the 13th floor! Several hotels also avoid a floor and room by that number.

PL ACING SHOES ON THE TABLE OR ON THE BED

It's said to bring bad luck if you place new shoes on a tabletop or a bed. This comes from the tradition of 'dressing' a corpse in new shoes and laying the corpse out on a bed so that people may pay their respects.

C ARR YING A RABBIT'S FOOT

while ago, when people believed that spirits lived in trees. So when you knocked on the wood, it was like a message saying, "please don't punish me for bragging. Please protect my good fortune."

STEPPING ON A SIDEWALK CRACK

The rhyme goes, step

on a crack, break your mother's back: In the world of folklore, this is considered unlucky.

AVOIDING NUMBER 13

While it's given inspiration to many a horror film, the number 13, also arises from different tales that give it a notorious reputation! Considered to bring bad

Superstition says carrying a rabbit's foot, will bring good luck. The idea grew from the story that in early times, witches often took the form of the rabbit and thus, by carrying a rabbit's foot around, one was making a point that one could take control over witches.

THROWING COINS IN A WISING WELL

Many people toss a coin into a well in the hope that it may cast away evil and bring good luck.


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