TIMES OF INDIA --NEWS LETTER 22ND NOVEMBER 2012
Pakistan Taliban vow to attack Indian targets over Kasab
"We have decided to target Indians to avenge the killing of Ajmal Kasab," said Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan by telephone from an undisclosed location.
16-year-old girl kills mother to marry lover in Haryana
The 16-year-old school dropout married her 23-year-old lover barely 10 days after the murder. The latter is believed to have assisted in strangulating the woman.
Trinamool Congress bid to bring no-confidence motion fails in Lok Sabha
An attempt by former UPA ally Trinamool Congress to bring a no-confidence motion against the government over FDI in retail failed today in the Lok Sabha.
5 suicides in a day in Bangalore
Bangalore witnessed a spurt in suicides with five persons ending their lives in separate incidents since Tuesday evening. Four of the suicides were reported on Tuesday night.
Teen victims of another 26/11 horror await justice
As families of victims of Mumbai's 26/11 attack feel that justice has been delivered, three teenaged siblings of Korea district of Chhattisgarh await their share of justice.
Sensex sheds early gains, still up 47 points
The BSE benchmark sensex trimmed early gains but was still up by 47 points in late morning trade today on sustained buying in PSU, banking, auto, realty sectors.
Cadbury India under probe in tax case
India is investigating Cadbury's local unit for possible tax evasion, a minister said on Thursday, in a probe involving about 2 billion rupees ($36.29 million).
Real send Man City to another early exit
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho marked his 100th Champions League game with a 1-1 draw at Manchester City that sent his side into the last 16.
Sehwag's mindset is different: Dhoni
Set to complete a century of Test appearances in Mumbai, Indian opener Virender Sehwag drew lavish praise from his skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Amitabh Bachchan felicitated by Australian government
Amitabh Bachchan has been honoured by the Australian government for his contribution towards Indian cinema and fructifying the relations between the two countries.
Indian cinema not scared of Hollywood: Anurag Basu
Noted filmmaker Anurag Basu has said that "while cinema industry of the entire world is wary of Hollywood, we (Indian cinema) are not scared of it."
Late night calling plans promote vulgarity: Pakistan
Pakistan's telecommunication watchdog has ordered mobile phone service providers to immediately discontinue packages offering cheap calls late at night.
Nokia Here maps come to Apple iPhone, iPad
Nokia on Tuesday released the rebranded version of its mapping application, on Apple iTunes for iPhone, iPad as well as iPod touch.
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