times of india --news letter 5 december 2012
Govt considering making bribery in private sector criminal offence
There is no proposal with the government to make corruption-free public service a fundamental right, MoS V Narayanasamy told Lok Sabha.
Death toll from Philippines typhoon crosses 270
Officials feared many more bodies could be found as rescuers reach hard-hit areas that had been isolated by landslides, floods and downed communications.
SC gives Sahara time till February first week to repay investors
The Supreme Court on Wednesday gave the Sahara conglomerate time till February first week to pay Rs 24000 crore.
Attendant of schoolbus sexually abuses 5-year-old
A five-year-old girl was allegedly sexually abused by her schoolbus attendant on the premises of her school in Bangalore.
Four patients die in ICU of Delhi trauma centre as oxygen fails
Four patients in the ICU of the state-run Sushruta Trauma Centre in north Delhi died because the oxygen supply suddenly stopped.
India's service sector growth hits 13-month low in November: Survey
India's services sector growth declined in November, the lowest pace in 13 months, as new business grew at a slower clip.
Facebook to replace Infosys on Nasdaq 100 from December 12
Social networking giant Facebook Inc is all set to replace Indian software major Infosys Ltd to become a part of the Nasdaq 100 index from December 12.
India vs England: India 273/7 at stumps on Day 1 of third Test
Sachin Tendulkar, who battled back into the form, scored a fighting 76 with the help of 13 boundaries.
MS Dhoni mends fences with curator, calls him "Boss of Eden"
Dhoni seemed happy with the flat track on offer as he acknowledged Prabir Mukherjee by calling him "the boss of Eden Gardens."
Akshay's Khiladi 786 promos banned in Pakistan
Pakistani censors have banned advertisements of Khiladi 786 because the number 786 is revered by some Muslims and could hurt their sentiments.
'Talaash' brings a halt to 'JTHJ' and 'SOS'
Aamir's Talaash got a good start at the box-office. Though it was a working Friday, the film opened well in multiplexes and in some single screens.
Google, government get notice over anti-Islam film
Delhi HC issued notices to the central government and Google India on a plea that videos of the controversial anti-Islam film be removed from various sites.
Wipro plans to build biggest campus near Bangalore
Wipro is finalising plans to build its largest campus that can house at least 30,000 employees in Bangalore.
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