Mumbai, February 11
Poor showing by Reliance Power, Anil Ambani's mega-IPO, on listing today took its toll on the stock markets. Minutes after Reliance Power fell below its lower than expected listing price of Rs 530 on the Nifty and Rs 430 on the
BSE, the indices tanked under selling pressure from weakened sentiment.
“I was not aware about
the kidney racket run by Dr Amit at his Gurgaon Palam Vihar
hospital,” said Dr Saraj, who was in the search list of the
police for his alleged involvement in the kidney racket, after
his surrender in a Gurgaon court today.
Dr Saraj comes out of a Gurgaon court after his surrender on Monday.
— Photo by Sanjay Chauhan
books Raj, Azmi Mumbai, February 11
The Mumbai police have filed
several cases against Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray and
the city president of the Samajwadi Party Abu Asim Azmi for allegedly
provoking the violence in the city earlier this month.
marooned Jammu, February 11
A little more of snowfall and most
of the Doda region would have turned into a snowy grave. The region
which witnessed the heaviest-ever snowfall this season still remains cut
off from the rest of the world, thanks to poor road network.
pricey Chandigarh, February 11
Causing a dent in the household
budgets, price of basmati rice have doubled in the past eight months.
Even the non-basmati rice prices have shot up by 22 per cent during the
beats Bill & Hillary Washington, February 11
It was a day of triumphs for
Democrat presidential hopeful Barack Obama — beating both the Clintons
in style. The Illinois senator won Grammy Award for “best spoken word
album” for the audio version of his book, “The Audacity of Hope:
Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream”.
Pak envoy to Kabul goes missing
Islamabad, February 11
Pakistani ambassador to Afghanistan
Tariq Azeezuddin was feared abducted in Pakistan's restive tribal's
region today while he was on his way to Kabul.
Dili, February 11
East Timor President Jose Ramos-Horta
was shot at and critically wounded at his home in Dili today in an
assassination attempt by rebel soldiers that analysts said could spark
renewed violence and political chaos in the tiny nation.
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