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Melbourne priest, activist appeal to Indian youth's killer to surrender 6.1.2010 Deccan Herald: News
Melbourne priest, activist appeal to Indian youth's killer to surrender
Jyoti Basu critical, put on ventilator 6.1.2010 Deccan Herald: National
Jyoti Basu critical, put on ventilator
Bangalore's bald pates are doing the vanishing act 6.1.2010 DNA: Top News
Hair transplant has turned into a rage in Bangalore. Interestingly, it's not the middle-aged, but an increasing number of youth who are opting for the procedure.
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Water may not be the culprit 6.1.2010 DNA: Top News
Reports of tests on water samples from the garment factory, Page Industries Limited, at Bommasandra has revealed traces of coliform organism that is considered to render water unfit for drinking.
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4-day Dasavani festival begins on Jan 7 6.1.2010 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
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View the eclipse, but protect eyes 6.1.2010 TOI: Cities
The eclipse will begin at 11 am and end at 3.15 pm, with the peak being around 1 pm. Sujata Virdhe, a former ISRO scientist, has developed special goggles to witness the eclipse safely.
Nobel laureate Venkat Ramakrishnan failed II... 6.1.2010 The Pioneer
Nobel laureate Venkat Ramakrishnan failed II...
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Nobel laureate Ramakrishnan failed IIT, medical ent tests 6.1.2010 Hindustan Times: News

Venkataraman Ramakrishnan won the Nobel prize in Chemistry in 2009 but decades ago he failed to clear entrance tests for both the IITs and a reputed medical college.

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Laboratory tests rule out water contamination 6.1.2010 Hindu: Karnataka
Bangalore: The reason behind over 700 garment factory workers being taken ill on New Year’s Day remains a mystery as lab tests on Tuesday ruled out water contamination. The water samples collected at the distribution point at Page ...
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A day to cherish 6.1.2010 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Rotarians’ gesture to poor children
PHI report rules out water contamination 6.1.2010 Deccan Herald: City
PHI report rules out water contamination
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Nobel laureate Ramakrishnan failed IIT entrance test 6.1.2010 Rediff: News
Venkataraman Ramakrishnan won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2009 but decades ago, he failed to clear the entrance tests for both the IITs and a reputed medical college. At a public lecture at the Indian Institute of Science campus in Bengaluru, he recalled his journey from Baroda, where he went to school and college, before moving to Ohio University for his PhD. He shifted to Baroda from Chidambaram in Tamil Nadu when he was three.
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Monster techie faces backlash 6.1.2010 Bangalore Mirror: City
Activists and citizens hold a dharna in front of the apartment of Infosys software engineer Pallabh Chakraborthy, accused of torturing his 14-year-old maid Durga...
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CM orders suspension of three cops 5.1.2010 Deccan Herald: State
The CM has instructed the Dharwad SP to suspend head constable B Y Bharamagowdru, constables M V Koppad and K M Nadaf.The farmers were staging a hunger strike in the prison and fell ill on Monday, when the three policemen handcuffed them and took them to the hospital. When this was brought to the notice of the Chief Minister in Bangalore on Tuesday, Yeddyurappa said there was no need to handcuff them and asked the Dharwad SP to initiate disciplinary action.
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Aircel, Infy pact for mobile store 5.1.2010 Deccan Herald: Business
Telecom service provider Aircel on Tuesday entered into a partnership with software exporter Infosys Technologies to launch the first mobile application store in the country.A mobile application store is a service which allows users to browse and download applications either for free or at a cost.The concept of application store was pioneered by Apple for its iPhone users.Infosys will offer a platform — FLYPP — for Aircel’s mobile application store, Aircel Chief Operating Officer Gurdeep Singh said. The app store will provide consumers greater choice for applications related to health, finance, entertainment.
Nobel laureate Venkat Ramakrishnan failed IIT, medical entrance tests 5.1.2010 TOI: Home
At a public lecture at the IISc in Bangalore, Nobel laureate Venkataraman Ramakrishnan recalled that he appeared for the IIT entrance test and in the reputed CMC, Vellore but did not get a single seat.
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Five more jockey factory workers in hospital 5.1.2010 New Indian Express
Five more jockey factory workers in hospital
Book to promote diabetes education 5.1.2010 New Indian Express
Book to promote diabetes education
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NGOs march in support of maid 5.1.2010 New Indian Express
NGOs march in support of maid
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Hearing on mining petition adjourned 5.1.2010 New Indian Express
Hearing on mining petition adjourned
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