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Hyderabad district pass percentage disappoints 28.5.2009 New Indian Express
Hyderabad district pass percentage disappoints
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Students run helter skelter for marks 28.5.2009 New Indian Express
Students run helter skelter for marks
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14 Indian American kids in Spelling Bee semis 28.5.2009 New Indian Express
14 Indian American kids in Spelling Bee semis
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What Microsoft's searching for 28.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer is preparing to unveil a new search engine, according to reports. And while the press will no doubt claim it's intended to be a "Google killer", its real ambition is to overtake Yahoo Google News seems to have at least 500 stories along the lines of "Microsoft Corp. is expected to show a new version of its Internet search engine," to quote : The software giant, these people say, plans to demonstrate its new search engine publicly for the first time at D: All Things Digital, a technology conference in Carlsbad, Calif., put on by the Wall Street Journal, which is owned by News Corp. If it does happen today, it will have been a long time coming. The story has been bubbling under since at least August, when said ...
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O'Connell to lead strong Lions 28.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Lions' 22-man squad features 14 players on first tour • Munster's Keith Earls to start with Jamie Roberts at centre The Lions will give debuts to nine players, including Keith Earls and Jamie Roberts in the centre, when they take on the Royal XV on Saturday. Paul O'Connell will captain a strong line-up that features Ireland's Six Nations grand slam-winning fly-half, Ronan O'Gara, Wales's Martyn Williams and Andy Powell in the back row, and three Englishmen, Andrew Sheridan, Simon Shaw and Joe Worsley. The back three comprises Ospreys' Lee Byrne, Tommy Bowe and Shane Williams, while Mike Blair – the only Scottish player to make the 22 – will partner O'Gara at half-back. Despite the Irish flavour to the Lions' touring party, Wales are ...
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E-waste is unacceptable face of recycling 28.5.2009 Guardian: Environment
Computer manufacturers must take responsibility for dealing with electronic waste to ensure toxic trash doesn't fall into the wrong hands Dell, the world's second largest PC manufacturer, announced earlier this month that it is to developing countries – unless the equipment is in full working order and intended for legitimate use. The idea is to undermine the huge trade in e-waste, too much of which ends up in giant trash piles in Africa, India and China, from where it is dismantled, burned, treated with corrosive chemicals and otherwise persuaded to give up tiny amounts of chemicals that can be sold on. The big question is why all the other manufacturers don't have a similar policy. I've seen these toxic waste operations in action. ...
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CBSE 10th results to be declared on Friday 28.5.2009 TOI: India
Results of Class-X students under CBSE will be declared for Allahabad, Delhi and Guwahati regions on Friday.
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DNA test confirms 'Argentine Fritzl' fathered seven kids with daughter 28.5.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Delhi: CBSE class X results tomorrow 28.5.2009 TOI: Cities
The results will be announced at 10 am, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said on Thursday. The board had announced the results of Ajmer, Chennai and Panchkula regions on Tuesday.
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Save our songs: Blur take on the BNP 28.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Blur and Pink Floyd among artists objecting to songs being on compilation CDs sold to fund party Musicians from bands including Blur and Pink Floyd have launched a campaign demanding that the British National party stop selling their music to raise campaign funds. The BNP is selling folk albums on its website featuring artists who claim they have no control over the fact that the far-right party is using their songs. The BNP's commercial partner Excalibur sells compilation CDs with titles including Proud Heritage, Rule Britannia and The White Cliffs of Dover. An album called West Wind, written by the party leader, Nick Griffin, and featuring songs including Nothing Bloody Works and Colour, is among those being sold. It claims "to ...
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Gene for glowing passed along to monkey offspring 28.5.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Gene for glowing passed along to monkey offspring
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FSA assumes worst postwar recession 28.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Stress tests analyse how a company's loans or trading book would suffer if unemployment rose above 12%, if house prices fell by 50% from their peak, and commercial property plunged 60% The "stress tests" used to assess UK financial firms assume that the current recession will be the worst since the second world war, the Financial Services Authority revealed today. The FSA said that its current stress test scenario is based on a downturn "more severe and more prolonged than those which the UK suffered in the 1980s and 1990s". Its model assumes a peak-to-trough fall in GDP of over 6%, with growth not returning until 2011. It also tests how a company's loans or trading book would suffer if unemployment rose above 12%, if house prices fell ...
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Daily podcast: A human rights 'time bomb' 28.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
that world leaders are neglecting deadly conflicts that are "spawning massive human rights abuses". The Guardian's diplomatic editor, Julian Borger , speaks with Irene Khan. After this week's nuclear missile tests got the world's attention, North Korea has and threatened its neighbour to the south. Justin McCurry , the Guardian's Tokyo correspondent, reviews Kim Jong-il's latest round of provocations. Julian Glover , the Guardian's chief leader writer, discusses the for improving British politics. Barack Obama nominated a Hispanic woman to the US supreme court on the same day that California's high court ruled against gay marriage in that state. Michael Tomasky , editor of Guardian America, discusses . BBC radio's distinctive ...
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Anger rumbles over thunder forecast 28.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Tourism bosses say inaccurate forecast of thundery weather cost Dorset resort millions of pounds in lost revenue Tourism bosses in Bournemouth have accused the Met Office of costing the resort millions of pounds in lost revenue after forecasters predicted thundery conditions on bank holiday Monday – which turned out to be the hottest day of the year. Officials, seemingly not content with the crowds attracted by sunny, and correctly predicted, conditions on Saturday and Sunday, said thousands stayed away on Monday because of the "cautious and negative" forecast. Mark Smith, the Dorset town's head of tourism, accused the Met Office of being afflicted by a "Michael Fish effect". He said they were opting for the worst case scenario rather ...
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South Korea raises alert level 28.5.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
Tensions rise after Pyongyang renounces Korean war armistice of 1953 and fires missiles in wake of nuclear test South Korean and US troops raised their alert today to the highest level since 2006 after North Korea declared itself no longer bound by the armistice that ended the Korean war more than half a century ago. Yesterday, North Korea renounced the 1953 armistice and threatened to attack South Korea if it takes part in US-led checks on ships suspected of carrying weapons of mass destruction. The belligerent talk was accompanied by Pyongyang's test-firing of two short-range missiles, bringing to five the number launched since its nuclear test on Monday. There were reports that North Korea had begun operating its nuclear reprocessing ...
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There are consequences to such actions: Clinton to N Korea 28.5.2009 DNA: Top News
Cautioning North Korea to desist from provocative actions, the US secretary of state Hillary Clinton said that there are consequences to such actions.
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There are consequences to such actions: Clinton to North Korea 28.5.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
There are consequences to such actions: Clinton to North Korea
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CAT 2009: How to manage your time 28.5.2009 Rediff: GetAhead
Shantanu Gangal secured 100%tile in CAT 2008. He shares his prep tips.
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14 Indian American kids make it to 'Spelling Bee' semis 28.5.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Hyundai i20 gets five-star Euro NCAP rating for safety 28.5.2009 New Kerala: Business India
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