Pakistan observes Kashmir Solidarity Day today

Today is observing as the Kashmir Solidarity day in Pakistan which has marked as the day since 1990 while the situation was more dangerous and critical and the international community under the resolutions of United Nations Security Council had promised the people of Kashmir to self determining their right of birth.

Highlighting that day, Pakistan govt. expressed solidarity to pay homage to Kashmiris of Indian controlled territory, who lost their lives in their struggle to get rid of New Delhi’s rule.

As per support resulting from shared interest of Pakistan govt., President Zardari and Prime Minister Gilani will address the joint session of the AJK Legislative Assembly and the Council that will be held in Islamabad.

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Cricketer Yuvraj Singh has cancer, undergoing treatment in USA

There is a very sad news from the world of cricket, as the superb players form the India cricket team, Yuvraj Singh has been diagnosed with lung cancer.

Yuvraj Singh was the man of the series in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.

The player also missed some important tournaments in the past few months due to his ill health; this is extremely sad news for the fans of Yuvraj Singh.

Moreover, cricketer Yuvraj Singh is presently in USA where he is undergoing chemotherapy. Earlier, it was said in reports that the player has a tumor between his lung and the heart.

On the other hand, Yuvraj Singh’s chemotherapy treatment started in February and will go on till March. He left for the US on 26th January.

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Piramal acquires more 5.5% stake in Vodafone

vodafone 300x238 Piramal acquires more 5.5% stake in VodafonePiramal Healthcare firm has decided to buy an additional 5.5% stake in Vodafone India whose cost will be Rs3,007 crore.

Piramal firm already bought 5.5% stake of Vodafone for Rs2,900 crore in August last year and its further plan to buy will values Vodafone’s India business at Rs54,675 crore.

However these days, Vodafone has several beneficial facts in which one is its rejoice moment is of won the long-drawn out tax war for Rs11,000 crore against the I-T department.

Piramal Healthcare has values at Rs10,000 crore and its plan to buy Vodafone’s stake would offers various exit mechanisms for Piramal, including through participation in a potential IPO and sale of stake to Vodafone.

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Actor Saif-Kareena to get engaged on Feb 10

The latest buzz from Bollywood states that the most hot couple of the Hindi Film Industry, Saif Ali Khand and Kareena Kapoor, who has been denying their marriage gossips for long time in the past, will may get engaged on February 10th.

In fact, this is really a very good news for the fans of hot Kareena Kapoor and Bollywood hunk Saif Ali Khan.

While talking to media, a source close to this matter said, “Both Saif and Bebo have been going steady for several years and are now ready to take that relationship to another level with a wedding.”

Further, the source said, “And the first step towards the grand wedding may take off with an engagement on 10th February. They are quite excited about the engagement.”

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Infosys shuffles top management, Srinivas, Vemuri interchange positions

infosys Srinivas 216x300 Infosys shuffles top management, Srinivas, Vemuri interchange positionsAs per business sector news, two directors of world’s largest IT firm, Infosys will be switching their role from April.

The Company announced that two directors who has joined the board in June 2011, named as B. G. Srinivas, Global Head of the Manufacturing and Engineering Business, and Ashok Vemuri, Global Head of Financial Services and Insurance Business, will be switching roles with effect from April 1, 2012.

Interacting with Media, S. Gopalakrishnan who is an Executive Co-chairman of Infosys said, “The rationale for the change is in keeping with the Infosys 3.0 strategy.”

He added that the board of company that they joined together, wanted to give them both exposure to different business realms.

The company board has decided that they both will have now running different field of business activities as per their experience in the field.

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Breaking News: 48 people feared killed in Syria

During an assault by regime forces in the central flashpoint of Homs, within 24 hours 200 peoples had died overnight Friday.

And now as per the source report, 48 more victims are killed in the violence in Syria in the middle of growing outrage following a “massacre” in the protest city of Homs. These included 18 soldiers and six army deserters.

Later a day while security forces opened fire on mourners at funerals of people who were killed, other 12 civilians’ deaths along with causalities of thirty injured people in the Damascus suburb Daraya had happened due to violent fact.

A member of the Local Coordination Committees (LCC), a protest group said, “Security agents were deployed en masse in Daraya… They opened fire indiscriminately on the funerals leaving 12 dead and a great number injured.”

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No role of P Chidambaram detected in 2G Case: Supreme Court

Amid of assembly election campaign for UP, the dismissal of Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy’s plea against Home Minister P. Chidambaram by the CBI special court is really a joyful moment as a part of which celebrated by Congress party.

By refusing the Swamy’s plea, the CBI court has ruled, “There was no sufficient ground in Dr. Swamy’s plea for seeking the prosecution of Mr. Chidambaram, though he was party to keeping the 2G spectrum prices in 2008 at the 2001 levels and dilution of equity by two companies before the rollout of services.”

Decision in favour of Chidambaram would be really a winning fact for the UPA government and the Congress party which were under the pressure of its impact on assembly election.

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ISRO report not showing all facts: Madhavan Nair

g madhavan nair 240x300 ISRO report not showing all facts: Madhavan NairAs per the report released by the ISRO, a committee of five-members, concluded that former chairman of ISRO, G Madhavan Nair, and three other scientists were responsible for the contract.

Before last week, the government had ordered to rescue G Madhavan Nair, along with three – A Bhaskaranarayana, former scientific secretary at ISRO, KR Sridharamurthi, former executive director of Antrix, the commercial arm of ISRO, and K.N Shankara, former director of the ISRO satellite centre, all of these have since retired.

However they all were alleged with the role in the controversial deal between ISRO’s commercial arm Antrix Corporation and Devas Multimedia.

Now ISRO’s committee that was chaired by former central vigilance commissioner (CVC) Pratyush Sinha, has revealed a report and indicted Mr.Nair and other with having serious lapses of judgment along with lack of transparency over the deal.

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India vs Australia Live: Australia 35/2, Virender Sehwag not playing today

As per the fresh cricket news, the touring team to Australia, India has won the toss and elected to bowl first against Australia in their one-day international tri-series opener at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday afternoon.

The latest reports is that India is bowling superbly today and got two Australian wickets with just 35 runs on the board. Indian bowler Vinay Kumar is the pick of the bowler and he took both the wickets, including the important wicket of Ricky Ponting on just 2 runs.

The rain has now stopped the play, and players are resting in dressing rooms. Though the rain has stooped now.

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