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Ratan Tata: Refused to pay a bribe to set up an airline

Ratan Tata: Refused to pay a bribe to set up an airline

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Dehra Dun: After his remarks sparked a massive controversy, Ratan Tata has clarified that he has not suggested that a minister demanded a 15-crore bribe from him when he wanted to launch a domestic airline. In the late 1990s, Tata, who heads the Tata Group currently, tried to launch an airline in partnership with Singapore... 

Indian jailed after Australian loses baby in crash

Indian jailed after Australian loses baby in crash

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Melbourne: An Australian judge on Tuesday sentenced an Indian man to three years and five months in prison for dangerous and erratic driving that resulted in a car crash that caused a woman to lose her baby. The court heard that Amrick Thind, 23, was weaving in and out of traffic, failing to use his indicator and driving erratically... 

Delhi building collapse: 64 dead, 80 injured, many feared trapped

Delhi building collapse: 64 dead, 80 injured, many feared trapped

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New Delhi: Sixty-four people died and at least 80 others were injured as a five-storey residential building collapsed in Lalita Park in east Delhi’s Laxmi Nagar area on Monday evening. More than 30 people are believed to be still trapped under the rubble. (Watch: Focus on getting people out alive, says fire chief) According... 

Karunanidhi: CAG should evaluate not only process, but outcome

Karunanidhi: CAG should evaluate not only process, but outcome

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New Delhi: It was the Comptroller and Auditor General’s report (CAG) that led to his minister, A Raja, exiting the government. And on the day when that report on the 2G spectrum scam was tabled in parliament, DMK chief, M Karunanidhi, shared his message for CAG. At a function in Chennai to mark 150 years of the CAG,... 

2G Spectrum Scam: 85 companies got licenses by suppressing facts, says CAG

2G Spectrum Scam: 85 companies got licenses by suppressing facts, says CAG

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New Delhi: The latest revelations on the 2G scam suggest a careful confluence between the Telecom Ministry, when it was headed by A Raja, and a series of big business houses. “85 licenses were issued to companies which suppressed facts, disclosed incomplete information and submitted fictitious documents to DoT and thus... 

Businesses urge UK and India along low-carbon path

Businesses urge UK and India along low-carbon path

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Closer collaboration between the UK and India could kick-start moves to a low-carbon economy, says a report by business leaders in the two countries. Retailers Marks and Spencer, wind energy giant Suzlon, and HSBC Bank are among the companies contributing to a report making the case for closer ties. Among other things, they... 

New large species of squid found

New large species of squid found

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A new species of squid has been discovered by scientists during a research cruise in the southern Indian ocean. The 70cm-long specimen is a large member of the chiroteuthid family. Squid from this group are long and slender with light-producing organs, which act as lures to attract prey. It was found during analysis of 7,000... 

Warning over anti-virus cold-calls to UK internet users

Warning over anti-virus cold-calls to UK internet users

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Internet users are being warned about cold-callers who offer to fix viruses but then install software to steal personal information. Campaign group Get Safe Online said a quarter of people it had questioned had received such calls, many suspected to have been from organised crime gangs. Some gangs, employing up to 400 people,... 

Global spam e-mail drops after hacker arrests

Global spam e-mail drops after hacker arrests

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Levels of spam have fallen by almost 50% since August 2010, suggest figures. Figures compiled by security firm Symantec show that the amount of junk e-mail messages flowing around the net has dropped 47% in three months. Kaspersky Labs noted a similar fall from July to September, when spam levels fell to 81.1% of all e-mails The... 

Call to fix web’s ‘inaccessible’ sites

Call to fix web’s ‘inaccessible’ sites

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A campaign has launched aimed at improving the online experience for people with disabilities. A new site called Fix the Web allows disabled and older people to report problems they find when surfing. There are an estimated six million disabled and older users in the UK but many sites continue to cause problems for them. The... 

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