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Google’s Android tablet software inches closer

The version of Google’s Android software meant

Police arrest five over Anonymous WikiLeaks attacks

Five people were arrested yesterday in connection with a spate of online attacks last month in support of WikiLeaks. Police said the five males, aged 15, 16, 19, 20 and 26

India raids “living Buddha” over alleged illegal funds

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama

Egypt’s Opposition Unites Behind ElBaradei

comfortable on the world stage as their best chance

Ship catches fire near Mumbai, many stuck

Many people are feared stuck on a ship

Aditya Birla Group to buy Columbian Chem – report

Aditya Birla Group has reached an agreement to buy U.S.-based Columbian Chemicals for about $800 million, the Economic Times reported on Monday, citing unnamed sources with direct knowledge of the deal.

SBI chief stands up to RBI

State Bank of India Chairman O P Bhatt says the bank did differ with the Reserve Bank of India’s views on a host of issues, but it was unfair to blame the country’s largest bank for taking

DoT gets industry view on new telecom policy

The telecoms department has received a slew of suggestions from telecom industry and key stakeholders, which will be considered while formulating its strategic gameplan for next five years.

ONGC Record Profit Boosts Shares, May Help Stake Sale

Oil & Natural Gas Corp. gained in Mumbai trading after posting a record profit in the third quarter that may also increase investor confidence before a share sale likely to raise 121.2 billion

S.Korea’s Park, Lee retire from international footbal

Lee Young-Pyo’s retirement from international

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