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Banbasa (Uttarakhand)/Kanchanpur (Nepal), Apr 9: Indian and Nepali intelligence agencies have agreed to share intelligence on security issues ahead of the April 10 polls in Nepal.
Indian security personnel at Banbasa, in Uttarakhand, said that they are in constant touch with their Nepali counterparts at Kanchanpur.
"We are in touch with our counterparts in Nepal. We have agreed to fully cooperate with each other. We have agreed to intelligence information sharing," said Gulshan Kumar Sharma, Commandant, Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB).
Melbourne, Jan 6 : Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard has affirmed that Australia is a safe country for all international students after the Indian Government advised its citizens studying in Australia to take basic precautions against possible attacks.
Gillard said a new travel warning from the Indian Government in New Delhi is a matter for the Indian government.
Justin Chambers at 30th Anniversary Charity Screening "Star Wars:The Empire Strikes Back" benefit St. Jude Children's HospitalSubmitted by Kiran Pahwa on Tue, 10/12/2010 - 05:28.
For Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, the week started with a sudden raid at her residence and office by the Income Tax officials. Since then, a news was doing the rounds that the officials have recovered a huge amount unaccounted assets of Rs 6 crore during that raid.
The USD bulls got their horns sawed off today as the Greenback is set to have its worst one-day loss since 2001; traders note that ongoing uncertainty with the US bailout of the banking sector, weaker equities in response to the crisis and soaring Crude Oil prices combined to give the USD a knock-out punch today.
London, May 26 : The mother of murdered British teen Scarlett Keeling has revealed that authorities in Goa have finally released her girl’s remaining bodily organs.
They have been sent to a coroner in the UK. He is reportedly keen to do tests on the uterus and kidneys of the 15-year-old from Bideford, Devonshire, who died on holiday in India.
Silver with the strength in base metals open the day higher at 41850 quickly achieving an intraday high of 42684. Declines in crude and a reversal of gains in metals saw silver trade lower triggering resting stops near the 27.20 level the metal eventually reached an intraday low of 41560. Silver made a small comeback to end the day at 41920.
Ahmedabad, Nov 17 : Tillekaratne Dilshan's tenth Test century powered Sri Lanka to 275 for three against India at the close of second day's play in the first cricket Test here Tuesday.
Dilshan made 112 and at the close of play, Thilan Samaraweera was batting on 45 and Mahela Jayawardene on 36. India were all out for 426 in the first innings.(IANS)
Washington, Dec 25 : American researchers have discovered a molecular switch to prevent Huntington''s disease from developing in mice.
The study carried out by scientists from UCLA has appeared in the December 24 edition of the journal Neuron.
The neurodegenerative genetic disorder impairs the ability of patients to walk, speak, think clearly and swallow. Parents often pass on the disease to their offspring.
Huntington''s is triggered off by a mutation in the polyglutamine (polyQ) region of huge protein called huntingtin.