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Shoe thrower offered cars, homes and wife 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: World
The Iraqi journalist, who shot to instant fame for throwing his shoes at George W Bush, has been inundated with offers of cars, homes, money and even a wife in the run up to his release from prison, a media report said.
Iraqi shoe-thrower offered cars, wives 9.9.2009 DNA: Top News
It caught the imagination of people who believed his act of defiance did to the US what their leaders had been scared to do. Now, the windfall.
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Finally, in the open 9.9.2009 DNA: Top News
Short film club Shamiana brings together a collection of banned commercials from all across the world.
Now they saas so 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
The mother-in-law of relationship battles is all set to enter the ring. Who would you put your money on?
Hitler sex AIDS ad pulled from YouTube 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: World
A German AIDS awareness advert showing an Adolf Hitler lookalike having sex was pulled from Internet video-sharing site YouTube on Wednesday.
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Coca-Cola to kick-off campaign for festive season 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: India
Soft drink major Coca-Cola today said it will start a new marketing campaign -- 'Khushiya Replay' -- from tomorrow to increase sales during the festive season.
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Fisichella adds to the pressure on Button 9.9.2009 Rediff: Sports
Already accused of buckling under the pressure, Formula One leader Jenson Button has the added strain of racing against a fired-up Giancarlo Fisichella at Monza on Sunday. Champions Ferrari made one of Fisichella's dreams come true when they drafted in the Roman as a replacement for compatriot Luca Badoer, himself standing in for injured Brazilian Felipe Massa, last week.
Kick-off times are not child’s play, insists Loew 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: News
Germany coach Joachim Loew said Wednesday that late kick-off times for international matches are damaging the future of the sport and he wants to see a return to afternoon starts.
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'Speech to clarify healthcare reform' 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: News
President Barack Obama said he will give Americans sought-after “clarity” about his plans for reforming the US healthcare in a crucial speech to Congress Wednesday, and dispel the “silliness” raised by his opponents.
Today in History - Sept. 7 9.9.2009 Sify News
. 7, the 250th day of 2009. There are 115 days left in the year. This is Labor Day.
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Flash floods slam Istanbul, kill at least 20 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: Latest
Flash floods gushed across a major highway and a commercial district in Istanbul today, killing at least 20 people and stranding dozens in cars or on rooftops, the city’s governor said. Some of the dead drowned inside their vehicles.
BBC boss says Murdoch 'out of touch' 9.9.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Director general Mark Thompson tackles James Murdoch's MacTaggart lecture head on in email to all BBC staff Mark Thompson, the BBC director general, issued a strongly worded attack on James Murdoch today, accusing the head of News Corporation in Europe and Asia of being "desperately out of touch" with viewers. Thompson's decision to name Murdoch in an email sent to all BBC staff demonstrates that the corporation has decided to come out fighting after Murdoch's MacTaggart lecture at the end of last month , according to senior corporation sources. Referring to a Guardian/ICM poll published on Saturday , which showed that the majority of the public support the BBC, Thompson told employees: "It must have made uncomfortable reading for ...
Sharon Osbourne found mum's x factor role 'difficult' 9.9.2009 New Kerala: Travel News
Khan reveals Pakistani hand in Irans nuke plans 9.9.2009 New Indian Express
Khan reveals Pakistani hand in Irans nuke plans
20 dead in Istanbul flash floods 9.9.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Seven women drown on way to work as van submerged • Stranded motorists clamber on to car roofs to escape torrent At least 20 people were killed when sudden floods swept Istanbul today, swamping houses, stranding motorists on roads transformed into torrents and drowning seven women on their way to work in a van. As Turkey's largest city was hit by the heaviest rainfall in 80 years, waters rose more than a metre (3ft) in the Ikitelli district, cutting off the route to the main airport and the motorway to Greece and Bulgaria on the European, or western, side of the sprawling city. Istanbul is situated on the steep banks of the Bosphorus strait, one of the world's busiest waterways and a major conduit for cargo ships and oil tankers ...
'I'm looking for something special' 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: Lifestyle
Television actress Supriya Pilgaonkar, who was last seen as a strong single mother in Radhaa Ki Betiyaan Kuch Kar Dikhayengi, says she chooses her parts in soaps very carefully.
Sharad Kelkar is back with a bang! 9.9.2009 Hindustan Times: Lifestyle
Versatile and charming television actor Sharad Kelkar will now be seen hosting a new reality show Pati, Patni aur Woh.
Video: Did Harbhajan really punch the cameraman? 9.9.2009 Rediff: Cricket
Harbhajan Singh found himself in yet another controversy when he allegedly punched a cameraman at the Bengaluru International Airport on Wednesday before leaving with the Indian team for the tri-series in Sri Lanka. Although some sections of the media reported that he had punched the cameraman, some photographers who were present at the venue said he did nothing of that sort.
The real taste of Salman Khan 9.9.2009 Rediff: Movies
Salman Khan gets candid about his forthcoming films.
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Leona Lewis wishes she could forget about red carpets and ‘just sing’ 9.9.2009 Financial Express
Leona Lewis wishes she could forget about red carpets and ‘just sing’
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