Sunday, September 30, 2012

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TIMES OF INDIA -- SEPTEMBER 30, 2012

Top Headlines

Hyderabad turns fortress as Telangana march begins
Several parts of Hyderabad resembled battle zones with police sealing off the routes around the secretariat, the chief minister's office & other vital high-security areas.
Protesters torch Buddhist temples, homes in Bangladesh
Hundreds of Muslims took to the streets to protest against what they said was a photograph posted by a Buddhist on Facebook that insulted Islam.
Politics full of dirt: Anna Hazare
Maintaining strong opposition to entering politics, Anna Hazare today claimed that he did not get answers from Arvind Kejriwal-led group on questions raised by him.

Cities

Woman kills self in Saket court lockup
A woman undertrial allegedly committed suicide by hanging inside a Saket court lockup cell on Saturday.
Defence Colony heist cracked by police?
Delhi Police claims to have identified at least four men involved in Friday's daring raid on a bank's cash van at Defence Colony.

Business

Maruti plans housing for workers
Maruti Suzuki India is planning to offer low-cost houses to about 5,000 employees as it tries to walk the extra mile to improve relations with its workers.
Rupee likely to touch 52.25 this week: Experts
After touching a five-month high on Friday, the rupee is likely to touch a high of 52.25 to the US dollar this week.

Sports

World T20: India must win against Pakistan to stay in the hunt
It's the clash everyone waits for. It's a match-up which is marked out the moment the dates of a tournament involving these two teams are announced.
Watson scalps De Villiers, SA five down
South Africa stuttered early as they lost wickets at regular intervals in quick succession against Australia in their crucial Super Eight match of the T20 World Cup.

Entertainment

Sridevi, Big B dance to MJ's tunes
It was a visual delight when Amitabh Bachchan and Bollywood diva Sridevi took to the stage and shook a leg together on a Michael Jackson song.
Why did Nargis Fakhri cry?
Actress Nargis Fakhri paid her obeisance at the famous Andheri Ka Raja Ganapati, but the atmosphere moved her to tears.

Infotech

Review: Rovio’s Bad Piggies
Rovio is back with a new game. And this one stars the pigs — yes, the green smuggy foes of the angry birds — in the primary role.
EvoTV review: Android-power in your TV
Amkette, the company best known for its floppies in the bronze age of computers, has rolled out a device that it is touting as the 'smart TV box'.

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