Daily Archives: October 5, 2012

Kingfisher lockout extends, faces DGCA’s show-cause notice

Amid fresh hurdle in operation of cash beleaguered Kingfisher Airlines, there is lockout which extended to Oct 12 and DGCA civil aviation regulator is to issue legal show cause notice in way of cancelling its flying licence.

The move came after no result out from KFA meeting with agitator engineers and pilots who are on strike over non-payment of their salaries for last seven months. Reports that KFA is not able to make payment to its employees and due to staff absence, airline hit out its fleet with a death to end on Friday.

Facebook marks one billion and counting

Facebook 150x150 Facebook marks one billion and counting The World No. 1 social networking site Fecbook breaches one billion monthly active users worldwide record, just after tagging its CEO Mark Zuckerberg with billionaire along with IPO capitalization this year made strong entry in the stock market.

India is the top rank country among top five worldwide connected to Facebook, while others are Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico and the United States.

Can’t think of Indian cricket without Sachin Tendulkar: Anil Kumble

The former captain of Indian cricket team Anil Kumble recently said in an interview that he cannot think of Indian cricket team without master blaster Sachin Tendulkar.

However, the spin bowler refused to be a part of the debate that when Sachin Tendulkar should retire from International cricket.

Recently, Sachin Tendulkar said in a TV interview that he will take an important decision about his future in November this year, Sachin said at 39 he does not have much cricket left in him.

Suresh Raina blames nephew for ‘Pak shameless’ tweet

The middle-order left hander from the Indian cricket team, Suresh Raina created sparks on social networking site, Twitter, when the cricketer called Pakistan ‘shameless’ before deleting the offending tweet.

However, the cricketer later clarified that it was a prank by his nephew.

A post on Suresh Raina twitter account posts, “Ek do din late gaye ghar !!!! Woh bhi besharam ki tarah Gaye… Bye bye Pakistan!!!!” [they went home a couple of days late, and that too shameless]”

Live: Arvind Kejriwal targets Robert Vadra

According to latest news, Arvind Kejriwal has today said in press that they have proper evidences of corruption against Robert Vadra.

Speaking in media, Mr. Kejriwal said that have evidence to show that Robert Vadra is supported from DLF and his income has increased from Rs 50 lakh to Rs 300 crore.

Talking to media, Kejriwal said, “DLF gave money to Vadra without charging any interest.”

ICC World Twenty20: Australia to face West Indies today

The Australian cricket team today faces West Indies in the 2nd semi-finals match of ICC World Twenty20 played at R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Both the teams are going strong so far in the championship. Australia have a golden chance to enter into finals after 2010, while West Indies have a fair chances to enter into finals.

The ‘Chris Gayle factor’ will be the key for both Australia as well as West Indies.

US Presidential Debate: Obama fights back, Romney ready for White House

In the 90-minute first US Presidential debate, watched by 58 million people, Republican Mitt Romney was upper handed on President Barack Obama, attacking with economical issues and alleged to be responsible for unbalanced America.

Romney will reopen the US Presidential debate on Monday and his debate will be on topic of Foreign Policy.

Woman among four arrested in London for attack on Kuldeep Singh Brar

Kuldeep Singh Brar 150x150 Woman among four arrested in London for attack on Kuldeep Singh BrarFresh reports have said that the British police have arrested all the four accused, including a woman, who attacked on Lt Gen (retd) Kuldeep Singh Brar, he led the Operation Bluestar in 1984.

Talking to media, an official from Metropolitan Police Service said, “Officers from the MPS have arrested three men and one woman on suspicion of conspiracy to murder in connection with the investigation into the attempted murder of an Indian man (Brar) in central London on September 30.”

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