Yeddyurappa meets Gadkari to make peace in Karnataka

karnataka BJP 300x224 Yeddyurappa meets Gadkari to make peace in KarnatakaThe chances of former Karnataka chief minister B S Yeddyurappa are going to be high as his supporters requested Nitin Gadkari, the BJP president to ask Yeddyurappa for once again join chief ministership by Feb 27.

During his two-day Chintan Manthan or brainstorming session, started today, Mr. Gadkari met Yeddyurappa in Bangalore to take some guidelines for removal of a huddle with all its MLAs and MPs as another crisis over issuing an ultimatum to his party in Karnataka.

As per source report, Yeddyurappa said that he was dissatisfied with the current chief minister, Sadananda Gowda who getting too close for comfort to his rival JDS chief HD Deve Gowda. It was the Yeddyurappa who had helped Sadananda Gowda become the Chief Minister after he was forced to resign.

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India looks for 5 million tonnes Saudi crude oil

According to the latest reports, India has announced that it has sought up to five million tonnes of extra crude from Saudi Arabia with an idea to fill up the lost supplies as New Delhi is looking at paring its oil purchase from Iran in the face of US and EU sanctions against Teheran.

While talking to media, the oil minister S Jaipal Reddy said, “We asked them to supply more oil to us…we asked them that they should try and organize four-five million tonnes oil more each passing year.”

Mr. Reddy was talking to media after talks with visiting Saudi deputy oil minister Abdul Aziz Bin Salman bin Abdulaziz. The extra supplies would basically support the ONGC’s refining procedure, MRPL, which is the biggest Indian buyer of Iranian crude, to “diversify” its needs.

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Govt won’t take solid action on homosexuality

Indian govt. still confused to take a clear stand on “homosexuality”, hesitating to represent its arguments before the Supreme Court on Thursday.

The Supreme Court ire while Additional Solicitor-General PP Malhotra first told the court that same-sex relations were “highly immoral and against societal order,” only to have the government clarify later.

A strong criticism of the government for its failure to clarify its position on the 2009 Delhi high court (HC) verdict decriminalizing homosexuality is the main reason behind its volte-face and said it had not taken a stand on the issue.

The anti-gay rights activists and political, social and religious organizations has filed petition against govt.

On Thursday, A bench of justices GS Singhvi and SJ Mukhopadhaya was hearing petition of those who have opposed the HC verdict.

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Bib B discharged from Hospital, back to home

The super star of Bollywood, Amitabh Bachchan aka Big B was discharged late yesterday from the Seven Hills Hospital, Mumbai after a 13-day stay post his abdominal surgery.

Addressing to media, senior doctors at the Seven Hills, who was taking care of Big B said that he was recovery fine and would be back on his feet after a few days of rest.

On the other hand, Big B also posted on his social networking site about his discharge from the hospital, Amitabh Bachchan tweets, “Just discharged from hospital and am back home in familiar surroundings, gently taking in all that now engulfs me.”

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Saif-Sharma Brawl: Strong case against Saif Ali Khan, Mumbai Police

Saif Sharma Brawl 300x278 Saif Sharma Brawl: Strong case against Saif Ali Khan, Mumbai PoliceThe Bollywood actor The Saif Ali Khan and businessman Iqbal Sahrma brawl has taken a new mode, the breaking news said that Mumbai police have said that this is a ‘strong case’ against the actor.

Meanwhile, the actor allegedly beat up businessman Iqbal Sharma at the Taj. However, the actor has said in media that there are two versions of the story. Saif Ali Khan has maintained that there is no publicity stunt for the promotion of his upcoming film Agent Vinod, which is scheduled to release in March this year.

However, the actor also said in media that he is the not one who begin fight and he has made much of an impact with the Police.

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Should Sachin quit ODIs, 57% say YES

The former captain and much respected Australia cricket player Ricky Ponting has finally said bye bye to One-Day cricket.

There is no doubt that he is one of the most successful captain of Australia and the second most run getter in ODIs after Sachin Tendulkar.

Now, hundreds of cricket fans want to know that should Saching Tendulkar also quit ODI?

As per the study conducted by the TOI online poll, around 57% have said ‘yes’, showing that people are not happy with the Sachin’s ongoing performance in Australia.

Though, the poll was observed online on TOI’s website on, and more than 47,000 has replied to the poll. The question asked in the TOI Poll was, ‘Should Sachin retire from ODIs?’ in reply to this around 19,127 voted ‘no’ (41%), and 26,813 votes were polled in favour of the question.

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Around 55 people feared killed in Iraq explosions

At least 55 people were killed and more than 220 wounded in several explosions across Iraq for strengthening of two months the insurgency, on Thursday.

However attacks have attempted since US forces completed their departure in late December and Thursday while bombs fixed in cars and small arms fully ensured to point target on the security troops.

Iraqis self realized that they are unsafe and live in insecure region because of a large amount of corrupts presented in the country’s security forces.

A banned vehicle can easily enter by giving a $4 bribe to a police officer and made a car blast.

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Salman’s Dabangg 2 sets Rs 50 crore record

The latest Bollywood reveals that the so called Chulbul Pandey, means Salman Khan’s much-awaited film Dabangg 2′s satellite rights have been sold out for a record of Rs 48-50 crore by Star Network for 11 years.

The declaration was made to media by a trade source [close to the deal].

In addition to this the music rights of the forthcoming film were sold for around Rs 10 crore by T-Series.

The actor has recently arrived back from Cuba after completing of his upcoming film Ek Tha Tiger, and is most likely to start the shoot of Dabangg 2 in a week or so in Mumbai.

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Chennai Police gunned down 5 robbers in encounter

On Thursday, South Chennai housing colony was going to be dark in early morning while Police encountered five bank robbers who had struck twice within a month.

As per source said, four robbers as Vinod Kumar, Chandrika Ray, Harish Kumar, Vinay Prasad were identified from Bihar and another one Abhay Kumar was from West Bengal

A Tamil Nadu-based private university was the main point from where this gang had dropout that led by Vinod. The Perungudi branch of had targeted by this gang who looted over all Rs lakh from on January 23. On February 20, the gang had looted Rs 14 lakh from.

According to Police, the accused had looted Rs 33 lakh from two banks- the Bank of Baroda and the Indian Overseas Bank, in the city’s suburbs at gunpoint within a month. And all were stayed in a house in Velachery of south Chennai colony.

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