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Wall St near flat as banks, Apple offset weak data 24.4.2009 New Indian Express
Wall St near flat as banks, Apple offset weak data
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Financials support Asia stocks; stress tests eyed 24.4.2009 New Indian Express
Financials support Asia stocks; stress tests eyed
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Dont count on U.S. consumer anymore: Geithner to G7 24.4.2009 New Indian Express
Dont count on U.S. consumer anymore: Geithner to G7
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Flintoff forced to return to England 24.4.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Andrew Flintoff to return to England for knee surgery • Injury ends disappointing spell in Indian Premier League Andrew Flintoff has been ruled out of the forthcoming Test series against West Indies after injuring a knee playing in the Indian Premier League. The influential England all-rounder will fly home from South Africa, where the IPL is being played, and undergo an operation on a torn meniscus in his right knee next week, which is expected to sideline him for the next three to five weeks. That will force the 31-year-old to miss both the Tests, and potentially the three-match one-day series against West Indies, but he should recover in time for the ICC World Twenty20 tournament starting on 5 June. "Clearly this is a huge ...
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US govt may oust Citi chief Vikram Pandit 24.4.2009 Rediff: Business
The New York Post has reported that the US, which is wrapping up stress tests on banks, may oust Vikram Pandit as Citi's CEO. Pandit's future at Citi has been hanging in the balance as the financial services major has already received three lifelines from the Federal government to stay afloat.
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ERROR: Missing Story Title 24.4.2009 ET: Global Markets
European stocks rally, London up 1.56 pcEuropean stocks rally, London up 1.56 pc
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Living abroad expands mental horizons 24.4.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Living abroad expands mental horizons
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Hamilton sets pace in Bahrain 24.4.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Lewis Hamilton repeats practice form from China • Jenson Button goes sixth fastest in Sakhir Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in today's opening practice session ahead of Sunday's Bahrain grand prix. McLaren's reigning world champion, Hamilton, who was also quickest in opening practice for the previous race in China yet was off the pace on race day, set a best time of 1min, 33.647sec at the Sakhir circuit, a quarter of a second quicker than the second fastest, Nick Heidfeld of BMW, whose team-mate Robert Kubica was third. Williams' Nico Rosberg, who has impressed all season in practice sessions, was fifth, ahead of the championship leader, Jenson Button of Brawn. McLaren's Heikki Kovalainen, Brawn's Rubens Barrichello and ...
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ERROR: Missing Story Title 24.4.2009 ET: Infotech
Fraudsters fake govt agency website, invite job applicationsFraudsters fake govt agency website, invite job applications
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Living abroad? Study shows you're likely to be creative 24.4.2009 Express India-- Front Page
Living abroad helps people expand their experiences and also their minds, according to an international study into the link between moving to another country and creativity.
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AIEEE: Last-minute tips 24.4.2009 Rediff: GetAhead
Expert Saurabh Kumar answered readers' questions regarding the test on April 23. The transcript.
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Study Abroad: Should you join a US university? 24.4.2009 Rediff: GetAhead
Foreign education consultant Karan Gupta hosted a chat with GA readers on to answer their study abroad queries. The transcript.
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Tomlinson photo appears to show head injury 24.4.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Photograph apparently shows large bruising on Ian Tomlinson's forehead moments before his death at G20 protest A photograph emerged today apparently showing the newspaper vendor with a head injury before his death during the protests. The , broadcast on Sky News, showed what appeared to be large bruising on the right of Mr Tomlinson's forehead, said Sky. It was consistent with that has already revealed how his head hit the ground after being pushed over by a police officer. The footage showed he was walking away from police with his hands in his pockets when he was hit from behind by the Metropolitan police officer. The 47-year-old was helped to his feet by passers-by and walked off, seemingly not seriously hurt. The photograph ...
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Oil falls towards $49, demand concerns return 24.4.2009 Sify Finance
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ERROR: Missing Story Title 24.4.2009 ET: Global Markets
Asian markets down as US stress tests eyedAsian markets down as US stress tests eyed
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How economics lost sight of real world 24.4.2009 Rediff: Business
Although more economic research has been done in the past 25 years than ever before, the economists whose names are most frequently referenced today, such as Hyman Minsky and John Maynard Keynes, are from earlier generations.
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NEHU students seek Governor’s help to settle demands 24.4.2009 The Assam Tribune
NEHU students seek Governor’s help to settle demands
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Oil falls towards $49 24.4.2009 TOI: Home
Oil fell towards $49 a barrel on Friday, as bearish sentiment on demand and a firmer dollar offset optimism driven by stock market gains.
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Nikkei edges down, but banks defy trend to surge Nikkei edges down, but banks defy trend to surge
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US stocks: Banks, Apple drive Wall St higher, AmEx up late 24.4.2009 Sify Finance
New York: US stocks rose in volatile trade on Thursday as better-than-expected results from several regional banks lifted financial shares, overshadowing disappointing economic data and anemic
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