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Bikini Babes: Cameron Diaz, Kristin Cavallari, Nicole Richie, Courteney Cox, Lindsay Lohan

Sholay makes it to textbooks in MP
Guna (Madhya Pradesh): In Madhya Pradesh, Ramesh Sippy’s blockbuster Sholay isn’t just a movie any more, it’s part of every child’s education.

Miss India 2007

MUMBAI, APR 8 (UNI):- Femina Miss India beauty pageant winner Puja Chitgope Kar (L), Miss India Earth Sarah Gane Dias (C) and Miss India World Puja Gupta (R) in Mumbai on Sunday. UNI PHOTO-133U

TV9 to launch 5 channels, plans Rs 1.55 billion investment
Hyderabad-based Associated Broadcasting Company Pvt Ltd (ABCL), which operates in the news space under the TV9 brand, is planning to launch a string of channels with an investment outlay of Rs 1.55 billion.

79th Oscar winners

Actors Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson, Helen Mirren and Alan Arkin pose backstage with their Oscars during the 79th Academy Awards, in Los Angeles. Whitaker and Mirren won for best actor and Hudson and Arkin won for best supporting actor

79TH OSCAR best director

Director Martin Scorsese holds up his Oscar for best director for his work on “The Departed” as he arrives at the annual Vanity Fair Oscar party at Morton’s in West Hollywood, California.

2007 republic day chief guest

President Kalam and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with Russian President, Vladimir Putin, on their arrival for the 58th Republic Day celebrations at Raj Path, New Delhi.

PSLV C7 LAUNCH

PSLV-C7 bearing 4 satellites lifts off from Sathish Dhawan Space centre, Sriharikotta on Wednesday. It successfully put all the four satellites into orbit

Highest wickets in world cup

Glenn McGrath gives the thumbs-up to the crowd after becoming the highest wicket-taker in World Cup history

OU 77TH Convocation

President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam blessing a student at the 77th Convocation of Osmania University being held at the campus in Hyderabad on February 01, 2007

Kiran Desai

KIRAN DESAI, AUTHOR, THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS, WINNER, MAN BOOKER PRIZE, VISITS, BANGALORE

Shetty wins Celebrity Big Brother

Shilpa Shetty, the Bollywood actress at the centre of the race row that dominated Celebrity Big Brother, has been named this year’s winner.

Sanath Jayasuria

He currently holds the record fastest fifty in ODIs, scored off just 17 balls. Jayasuria was the previous record-holder for the fastest century (off 48 balls), before losing that claim to Shahid Afridi of Pakistan. He has hit 231 sixes in one day internationals (ODIs) and currently holds the world record for most ODI sixes.

Roger Federer
Roger Federer underlined his 10th Grand Slam singles title by winning 21 straight sets, saving a set point in Sunday’s final before finishing off Fernando Gonzalez 7-6 (2), 6-4, 6-4 Herschelle Gibbs smashes a record six sixes in an over

Herschelle Gibbs
Herschelle Gibbs smashes a record six sixes in an over
Herschelle Gibbs’s six sixes off Dan van Bunge’s (Netherlands) fourth over was a record for international matches

Hayden hits fastest World Cup century
On March 24th 2007, at the 2007 Cricket World Cup, Hayden scored the fastest World Cup century against South Africa in just 66 balls

Amitabh Bachchan
Caption: NEW DELHI: Amitabh Bachchan (R) poses with his wife Jaya Bachchan (C), son Abhishek Bachchan (L), soon to be daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai (2-L) and daughter Shweta Nanda during a function at the French Embassy in New Delhi on January 27, 2007. Amitabh Bachchan was conferred the top French honour of ‘Officer of the Legion of Honour’. Photo: Sandeep Saxena

Brian Charles Lara

Brian Charles Lara (born May 2, 1969) (nicknamed “The Prince of Port-of-Spain” or simply “The Prince”) is a record-breaking cricketer who is regarded as one of the greatest batsmen ever. : highest individual innings (400 against England) and the all-time leading run scorer. He also holds the record for the highest individual score in first class cricket, with a total of 501* for Warwickshire against Durham at Edgbaston in 1994. Played 299 ODIs, Tests 131. “I hold West Indies cricket close to my heart. I’ve spent 17 years playing. It’s been testimony that I’ve been out there working very hard, toiling for West Indies cricket. I’ve enjoyed every single day I’ve played. It’s been a very good run but at some point it has to come to an end,” the Trinidadian left hander said. “I’m a student of the game. I’ve read a lot and I know the history of West Indies cricket and I know what it means to the people.” Lara, who has captained the West Indies three times, has scored 11,953 runs in 131 tests and 10,405 runs in 299 one-day internationals.

Prof. Muhammad Yunus
Caption: Prof. Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate and Chief Architect of Grameen Bank of Bangladesh at a special session in New Delhi on January 30, 2007

September 28, 2006:Sania Mirza defeated Martina Hingis

Sania Mirza defeated Martina Hingis (ranked 8th in the world) 4-6, 6-0, 6-4 in the Korea Open. Hingis had knocked Mirza out of the semifinals of the Sunfeast Open last week

Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai
The wedding ceremony of Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai, which was held on the auspicious day of Akshay Tritiya(April 20,2007), climaxed three days of festivities starting from a sangeet function and the traditional mehendi ceremony.

PSLV makes commercial launch

SRIHARIKOTA : The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Monday successfully made the first commercial launch of a foreign satellite through the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C8). Italian satellite, Agile, weighing 352 kg, was placed in a precise orbit about 550 km above the earth.

Virginia massacre
A student from South Korea, Cho Seung-Hui,23, opened fire in a dormitory and a classroom at Virginia Tech University campus on April 16 morning, killing 33 and injuring 12 people. An India professor and an Indian student were among his victims.

Gujarat MP Babubhai Katara

Gujarat MP Babubhai Katara was arrested on April 18 when he was about to board an Air India flight to Toronto along with a woman and a teenaged boy on the passports of his wife and son. The BJP suspended Babubhai from the party, and a Delhi court remanded the suspended MP to 10 days police custody for cheating and impersonation

Lara bye-bye
West Indies captain Brian Lara announced retirement from all international cricket after the team’s world cup match against England on April 20

Shaadi No. 1
It’s the mother of all weddings in Bollywood. Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan tied the knot on April 20 at Amitabh Bachchan’s Juhu bunglow in the presence of elite VIPs

Virginia Killer

A student from South Korea, Cho Seung-Hui, 23, opened fire in a dormitory and a classroom at Virginia Tech University campus on April 16 morning, killing 33 and injuring 12 people. An Indian professor G V Loganathan and an Indian student were among his victims.

Lara’s final match
Brian Lara walks through a guard of honour to start his final innings, England v

West Indies, Super Eights, Barbados, April 21, 2007

Lasith Malinga

Lasith Malinga enjoys the moment after taking four wickets with consecutive deliveries against South Africa. It is a world record known as the double hattrick.

Stephen Hawking
In this handout photo provided by Zero Gravity Corp., astrophysicist Stephen Hawking floats on a zero-gravity jet on Thursday. The modified jet carrying Hawking, a handful of his physicians and nurses, and dozens of others first flew up to 24,000 feet over the Atlantic Ocean off Florida. Nurses lifted Hawking and carried him to the front of the jet, where they placed him on his back atop a special foam pillow. The plane made a total of eight parabolic dips, including two during which Hawking made two weightless flips like “a gold-medal gymnast”, said Peter Diamandis, chairman of Zero Gravity Corp., the company that owns the jet

Richard Gere
Actor Richard Gere has sparked protests in India after kissing Celebrity Big Brother winner Shilpa Shetty at an Aids awareness rally in New Delhi.

1996 cricket world cup

Sri Lanka celebrate – watched by Warne, McGrath and Bucknor

Bob Woolmer

Pakistan’s cricket coach Bob Woolmer was murdered in his hotel room on Sunday after the team’s World Cup shock defeat to Ireland, Jamaican police say.

Amitabh Bachchan and Chiranjeevi
The Telugu Film industry garlands Amitabh Bachchan and Chiranjeevi for getting Padma Bhushan during the felicitation function at Gacchibowli Indoor Stadium in Hyderabad on April 23, 2006.

Ms Indra Nooyi
Trade & Industry: 2007: United States: PepsiCo Chief and Padma Bhushan Award.

Ratan Tata
India’s Tata Steel has won the battle to take over the Anglo-Dutch steelmaker Corus by making a £5.75bn ($11.3bn) bid.
Tata chairman Ratan Tata is not among the Forbes’ list of 40 richest Indians around the world.

Dainik Jagran
The largest circulated daily in India

Karnam Malleswari
First woman Olympic Medalist for India (2000)

Koneru Humpy
Koneru Humpy got India its first gold after she defeated Aketayeva in the Doha Asiad

Arvind Kejriwal

2006 Ramon Magsaysay award for Emergent Leadership. He won it for activating India’s right to information movement at the grassroots, and empowering New Delhi’s poorest citizens to fight corruption by holding a government answerable to the people.

Shakira

Colombian singer and 10-time Grammy award winner Shakira performed in Mumbai.

Rakeysh Mehra

Best director award winner – Filmfare for Ran De Basanti

Tiger Woods

Highest earning sport person.

Maria Sharapova

Highest earning sport women

Stephen Hawking

In this handout photo provided by Zero Gravity Corp., astrophysicist Stephen Hawking floats on a zero-gravity jet on Thursday. The modified jet carrying Hawking, a handful of his physicians and nurses, and dozens of others first flew up to 24,000 feet over the Atlantic Ocean off Florida. Nurses lifted Hawking and carried him to the front of the jet, where they placed him on his back atop a special foam pillow. The plane made a total of eight parabolic dips, including two during which Hawking made two weightless flips like “a gold-medal gymnast”, said Peter Diamandis, chairman of Zero Gravity Corp., the company that owns the jet

Amartya Sen

Nobel Laureate, author of Argumentative Indian

Liz Hurley and Arun Nayar
The Indian lege of their wedding celebrations With the final even held in Jodhpur, the line up to the big day was peppered with a whirl of glamourous parties in the city for the golden couple.

Pankaj Advani

Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna awardee, snooker champion

Glenn McGrath:
Player of the tournament: 2007 cricket world cup

Australia 2007 cup winner

Third World Cup in a row, fourth overall. Has there been any greater side to take the field

Angelina Jolie

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie continued shooting for the film A Mighty Heart in Mumbai. The film is based on the life of slain Wall Street Journal correspondent Daniel Pearl.

Shilpa Shetty
According to a recent yahoo.com search engine database, Shilpa leads in the search of her name the world over, preceding names like Angelina Jolie, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Beyonce Knowles, Brad Pitt, Britney Spears, Carmen Electra, Drew Barrymore, Eva Longoria, Halle Berry, Harry Potter, Hilary Duff, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Lindsay Lohan, Pamela Anderson, Paris Hilton and Tobey Maguire.

Dixie Chicks
The clean sweep by the Dixie Chicks as tops in all five categories in which they were nominated for Grammys—Best Country Album and Album of the Year for Taking the Long Way, and Song and Record of the Year plus Country/Group Duo for “Not Ready to Make Nice,” their defiant single release from that album, their first since they criticized George W. Bush in London in 2003, and were vilified and ostracized by the Country Music Establishment for it, is an important milestone for us of the left, and a cause for celebration that we, just like the Dixie Chicks, will eventually be vindicated for our open resistance and refusal to back down.

It’s all nice, so nice.

Britney Spears

Spears, 25, is the biggest-selling female artist of the 2000s with more than 70 million records sold. In 2002, she was ranked the most powerful celebrity in the world by Forbes Magazine. The same year she earned a Razzie Award for worst actress for her movie debut ‘Crossroads.

Leander Paes with Sania Mirza

Leander Paes set the Asian Games tennis arena ablaze by grabbing two gold medals as he claimed the men’s doubles title and then paired up with Sania Mirza to bag the mixed doubles crown with a hard-fought victory over their Japanese rivals

Queen Mary 2
World’s largest, tallest and most expensive cruise liner queen Mary 2 having a capacity of 2500 passengers on board.

Wax museum at Madame Tussaud’s London

Shah Rukh Khan joined with Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai in the wax museum at Madame Tussaud’s London. Amitabh Bachchan’s wax statue at Madame Tussaud’s is believed to be watched by 25 lakh visitors to the wax museum every year. The museum, every year, unveils a total of just 15 statues.

US photographer Spencer Platt wins premier award
The international jury of the 50th annual World Press Photo Contest selected a color image of the US photographer Spencer Platt of Getty Images as World Press Photo of the Year 2006

Queen of Pop Madonna crowned highest earning female singer on earth
Madonna is the highest-earning female singer on earth, her account books reveal.
The mother-of-two, who turned 48 last month, is reportedly making £26.6 million a year.
The Guinness Book of Records reported that the figure now makes her the top-ranking female singing artist in terms of earnings.
She has now knocked Britney Spears off the No1 spot. Britney has been on top – earning £20.5 million a year – since 2001

Pulitzer first prize for breaking news photo
BREAKING NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY (US$10,000)
Awarded to Oded Balilty of The Associated Press for his powerful photograph of a lone Jewish woman defying Israeli security forces as they remove illegal settlers in the West Bank.

A lone Jewish settler challenges Israeli security officers during clashes that erupted as authorities cleared the West Bank settlement of Amona, east of the Palestinian town of Ramallah. Thousands of troops in riot gear and on horseback clashed with hundreds of stone-throwing Jewish settlers holed up in this illegal West Bank outpost after Israel’s Supreme Court cleared the way of demolition of nine homes at the site

FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY (US$10,000)

Awarded to Renée C. Byer of The Sacramento Bee for her intimate portrayal of a single mother and her young son as he loses his battle with cancer.

Lindsay Lohan



Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan


Lindsay Lohan

Aishwarya Rai Topless

Aishwarya Rai In Complete Topless

Is there Aishwarya Rai among these backs?”, exclaiming entire nation. This scanned copy of a 90s modeling magazine is making rounds in the internet thereby disturbing many male hearts. Many have been assuming that the last girl in this pic is Aishwarya Rai as the second girl is Madhu Sapre. Then, the first girl must be Milind Soman as mentioned beneath the pic. But Milind Soman is a male model. Hence there are no grounds to prove that there is Aish in this list. The names of a few models are mentioned on the cover page to state that the modeling photographs of those models are comprised in the magazine. There is no question of nudity of Aishwarya Rai in that. So hot hearts! Don’t get an ectopic heat in your hearts when you come across the same pic through mails sometime.

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31.7.7

Dow Jones Deal Gets CloserAs Talks Turn to Fees (wsj)

States Export Their Inmates as Prisons Fill (nytimes.com)

India on verge of historic win (Hindustan times)

UTI Bank is now Axis Bank (Times of India)

The tale of Zaheer and jelly bean (DNA)

28.7.2007


India Nuclear Pact Still Faces Hurdles (wsj)

U.S. Set to Offer Huge Arms Deal to Saudi Arabia (nytimes.com)

India has only 31.5 million taxpayers (Hindustan Times)

Businessman splurges Rs 1.5 cr on 86 SIMs (Times of India)

News helicopters collide; 4 dead (cnn.com)

27.7.2007

Stocks Tumble As Wary Investors Reassess Risks (wsj)

Asian Stocks Fall Sharply After U.S. Sell-Off (nytimes.com)

Sensex melts over 541 points on global cues at closing (Hindustan times)

Haneef conditionally freed from custody (Times of India)

Political crisis grips Goa (Hindu)

26.7.7

Buffett Buys Kraft Stake, But Goal Is Unclear (wsj)

Soccer Victory Lifts Iraqis; Bombs Kill 50 (nytimes.com)

Incredible shrinking couple loses 580 pounds (cnn.com)

McGrath, Warne agree to join ICL: report (Hindustan Times)

Manohar Parrikar likely to be next Goa CM (Times of India)

25.7.7

Beggars turn richie-rich, all ‘credit’ to smart banking (ibnlive.com)

Amazon Looks to Keep Sales Momentum (wsj)

Clinton and Obama Campaigns Spar Over Debate (nytimes.com)

Experts: Older women seeking help for eating disorders (cnn.com)

Pratibha sworn in as India’s first woman President (Hindustan Times)

24.7.7

The great escape; India draw with England (Timesofindia)

GM and UAW Cannot Ignore Health Care, Labor Chief Says (wsj)

U.S. Is Seen in Iraq Until at Least ’09 (nytimes.com)

Kalam was real people’s President: President’s bodyguards (Hindustan Times)

Lara joins ICL (hindu)

23.7.7

Dubai tower is now ‘world’s tallest’ (cnn.com)

Lucky lips Shilpa Shetty charges $20,000 to open them (ibnlive.com)

Web-Search Privacy Efforts Move to Forefront (wsj)

Harry Potter’s Popularity Holds Up in Early Sales (nytimes.com)

Harry Potter’s Popularity Holds Up in Early Sales (hindustan times)

21.7.7

Tech Sales Surge, But Low Pricing Cuts Into Profits (wsj)

Move over JK, this is the world’s most-read author (The Independent)

With less brain insulin, live longer (Timesofindia)

Camp Joins Summer Fun With Teaching Hindu Faith (nytimes.com)

English smoking ban: Future looks rosy for pubs (cnn.com)

20.7.7

GM Regains Top Spot in Global Sales; Toyota Retains Lead in First Half (wsj)

Google Earnings Up 28% but Miss Expectations (nytimes.com)

‘India could achieve double digit growth’ (timesofindia)

Strauss punishes wayward Indians (deccan chronicle)

S.V. Subba Reddy springs a surprise (hindu)

19.7.7

Second-Quarter PC Sales Rose More Than Expected (wsj)

Murdoch’s Arrival Worries Journal Employees (nytimes.com)

Wipro projects $777 million IT revenue for second quarter (Hindustan Times)

Pratibha to be victorious, will become first woman Prez: Congress (New Indian Express)

Harry Potter mania is at its peak (Hindu)


18.7.7

ZeeNext, new youth channel from Zee (livemint.com)

India slips to fifth spot in Test rankings (DNA)

Dow Jones Board Approves Sale (WSJ)

176 on Plane, and Others, Feared Dead in Brazil (nytimes.com)

Harry Potter spawns parallel Internet world (Hindustan Times)

17.7.7

Dow Jones and Murdoch Said to Move Close to Deal (nytimes.com)

Dow Jones, News Corp. Set Deal (wsj)

Dow Jones, Murdoch Reach a Deal (Washington Post)

Google offers site-specific search for businesses (Times of India)

News Corp, Dow Jones reach tentative $5 bln deal: report (reuters.com)

16.7.7

U.S. no longer tallest country in world (AP)

2-month-old gets his own PAN card (Mumbai Mirror)

Copa America: Ruthless Brazil beat Argentina 3-0 in final (New Indian Express)

Ford May Put Volvo on the BlockAs North American Woes Deepen (wsj)

New Populism Is Spurring Democrats on the Economy (nytimes.com)


14.7.7

Lindsay Lohan wants to win an Oscar (DNA)

Lindsay Lohan wants to win an Oscar (wsj)

Crackdown on ‘Killer Buses’ Strands Delhi Commuters (nytimes.com)

Bin Laden bounty to go up to $50 million (Times of India)

Indians meow before Lions (Hindustan Times)

13.7.7

Abducted FCI official killed ( Hindu)

Private medical college fee in State hiked (New Indian Express)

Autographed letters of Gandhi auctioned in London (Times of India)

Naxals blast power point (Deccan Chronicle)

81 pc NRIs paid bribes in India: report (Hindustan Times)

12.7.7

Maoists go on rampage in Andhra Pradesh (Yahoo.com)

Whole Foods Is Hot, Wild Oats a Dud — So Said ‘Rahodeb’ (wsj)

Rupee recovers smartly, hits fresh 9-year high vs dollar (DNA)

Premji among ‘greatest entrepreneurs of all time’ (Times of India)

For Parking Space, the Price Is Right at $225,000 (nytimes.com)

11.7.7

Pakistan troops comb mosque for holdouts (Yahoo.com)

Spectrum Sale May Open Market (wsj)

Where Outsiders, and Fear, Loom Over Daily Life (nytimes.com)

Don’t misuse contempt law, says SC (Hindustan Times)

Nasscom welcomes SC order on captive BPOs (DNA)

10.7.7

Keep moving…immobility is dangerous! (ibnlive.com)

Boeing rolls out 787 Dreamliner passenger jet (DNA)

China Executes Former HeadOf Food Safety Agency (WSJ)

Animation, the next big thing in Bollywood (Hindustan Times)

Anand is the king again at Leon (Hindu)

9.7.7

Mumbai can dream of becoming India’s Shanghai (Hindustan Times)

Former PM Chandra Shekhar dies of cancer (Reuters)

U.S. Studies Ways To Formally End The Korean War (wsj)

Sensex at new high, up 111 points (Indian Express)

Pakistan Mosque Leader Vows a Fight to the Death (nytimes.com

7.7.7

Key to marital happiness? Let the wife have her way (ibnlive.com)

Strong Jobs Data Signal Economy Is Gaining Steam (wsj)

Sensex multiplies 21 times in 21 years (DNA)

Stars turn bloggers (Hindustan Times)

India now third on world’s AIDS list (Times of India)

6.7.7

Microsoft’s Videogame Efforts Take a Costly Hit (wsj)

Wipro buys out Singapore consumer firm for Rs 10 bn (Hindustan Times)

In India, a Prayer for Rain Despite a Deluge (nytimes.com)

Indians among oldest in the world to lose virginity (ibnlive.com)

Sensex scales Mt 15K after seven month climb (DNA)

5.7.2007

Putin wins 2014 Winter Olympics for Sochi (Hindustan Times)

Soaring Rents Pinch Businesses Across the U.S. (wsj)

Student gets Rs 23-lakh salary package (DNA)

Surge Seen in Applications for Citizenship (nytimes.com)

Manmohan Singh calls for water conservation (Hindu)

4.7.2007

Beijing to ban a million cars in clean air test (DNA)

Abducted BBC Reporter Is Released (wsj)

Andhra to reserve jobs for Muslims (New Indian Express)

All charges against me are motivated: Patil (Hindustan Times)

Shekhawat charges false’ (Deccan Chronicle)

3.7.2007

Car bomb found in Glasgow hours before Indo-Pak match (DNA)

Car bomb found in Glasgow hours before Indo-Pak match (WSJ)

Keeping Patients’ Details Private, Even From Kin (nytimes.com)

UPA hits out at Shekhawat (New Indian Express)

Rich, but happy with their humble jobs (Times of India)

2.7.2007

Yuvi cuts Proteas to size (Deccan Chronicle)

1.7.2007

Sivaji’s rage (Deccan Chronicle)