The Chinese health Ministry had reported the death of one more infant on Monday. The authorities however failed to give any details about the death.
Earlier last week, one infant had died from kidney stones in the northwest Gansu Province of Xinhua. Due to the expanding food safety scandal in the country, nearly 500 babies have been reported sick by the tainted formula within a period of few days. Out of these nearly 102 belong to northwest region of Gansu alone.
According to a report published by Xinhua news agency the second infant died due to the contaminated infant milk powder, manufactured by the Sanlu Group, based in the northwest region of Gansu province. The police had so far arrested two traders for selling up to 3 tonnes of contaminated milk.
London, Oct 10 - A free new app on Google Android phones and tablets helps users view colliding protons in real time and 3D within the particle accelerator used by scientists carrying out work under the mountains on the French-Swiss border.
The app, created by an Oxford team led by physicist Alan Barr and endorsed by CERN, Geneva, which operates the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), has already been downloaded more than 10,000 times.
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Seoul - US President Barack Obama met his South Korean counterpart Lee Myung Bak in Seoul on Thursday on the final leg of his Asian tour.
At the top of the agenda for their talks were their joint efforts to convince North Korea to return to multilateral talks about its nuclear weapons programme.
Other subjects for discussion were the US-South Korean security alliance and the planned ratification of a free-trade deal.
Muni Kundanmal, an 83-year-old Sindhi businessman, met me at the exclusive Capri Club in Colombo last Saturday afternoon. ``What diwali drink could I offer you?’’ he asked. In the next two hours, Kundanmal and I, over half glasses of red wine and Lion lager, chatted about the past and future of the remaining 650 (according to a 2005 community census) Lankan Sindhis.
Outside, cars and buses whizzed past like years gone by as Kundanmal settled down to recount his tale; 76 years in Sri Lanka, changing patterns of Sindhi businesses, the helpless twinge of watching family and children migrate.
One of major telecom operators in the Indian market, Tata Docomo has recently said that the company will be starting the 3G service in the Indian market on the 8th November 2010.
According to the plan unveiled by the company, it will be launching the 3G services in areas like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh (West), Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh by Diwali.
Munich - Aviation giant EADS posted a 77-per-cent-drop in third-quarter core profits, blaming a declining dollar as hitting profits for the Airbus aircraft manufacturer.
Earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) fell to 201 million euros (301 million dollars) from 860 million euros in the third quarter of 2008, the company said with the aircraft sector having also been badly battered by the economic crisis.
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Canberra, August 2: Archaeologists have found a seal impression belonging to a minister of the Biblical King Zedekiah, which dates back 2,600 years, during an archeological dig in Jerusalem's ancient City of David in Israel.
According to a report in The Australian, the seal impression, or bulla, with the name Gedalyahu ben Pashur, who served as minister to King Zedekiah (597-586 BCE) according to the Book of Jeremiah, was found just meters away from a separate seal impression of another of Zedekia’s ministers, Yehukual ben Shelemyahu, which was uncovered three years ago.
“We found the imprint in clay, remarkably well preserved, of a seal with the name of Gedaliah the son of Pashur,” said Eilat Mazar, who leads the team of archaeologists.
Incensed by the outrageous ouster of Jiah Khan from Ken Ghosh’s Yahoo the Ghajini producer Madhu Mantena has immediately signed Jiah for a 3-film deal.
“I think I owe her that,” says Madhu Mantena. “Specially after the way she has been treated.”
Jiah who has so far been very quiet about the unceremonious dismissal finally spoke up about being sacked after shooting 90 percent of the film.
“What can I say? The producer and director know best. God has a unique way of even-ing things out. I must admit I was very low after what happened. When Madhu’s call came it was like a sign from heaven.”
Crude oil: The counter closed positive at the end of the day taking support at the trend line at 3430 levels. The uptrend in the counter is still intact above 3430 levels. However at the ADX, -DI have crossed the +DI on the upside. Thus prices are expected to remain side-ways to down in the range of 3555-3430.
Google's flagship service, the search engine has become a lot smarter with the introduction of a new enhancement termed as the `Knowledge Graph'.
The company enhanced its online search engine to include sets of associated facts with each user query. Knowledge Graph shows much deeper understanding of the questions typed by the users. Google's knowledge graph will include associated data about a specific search query.
The pair has pulled off the low of the range (1.4800), and looks prepared to move back higher to test some former highs. This will either be confirmed or rejected based on movement through the following levels:
A move back above 1.4890 indicates movement back above 1.4900 and a test of recent swing highs at 1.4930-1.4940. We have trendline support above this at 1.4950-1.4965, this will also act as resistance. Beyond is resistance at 1.4980-1.4990.
New York - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday called on Sri Lankan leaders to call off the fighting so humanitarian assistance can reach civilians trapped by the conflict.
Ban said he spoke to Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa early Tuesday to request a "humanitarian pause in the fighting."
"This would allow more desperately needed aid, above all food and medicines, to get in," he said. "It will allow the UN to have access to the conflict zone to assess the situation properly. It will save lives."
Washington, Apr 28 : Rocker Jon Bon Jovi has revealed the secret behind his happy 20-year-old marriage - he's scared of his wife Dorothea Hurley.
Jon revealed that his actually `terrified' of his wonderful wife.
Jon, who recently celebrated his platinum wedding anniversary, said he's happy with his doting wife.
"Let''s get that right here, right now. I''m afraid of my wife," Contactmusic quoted Jon, as saying.
"Trust me, she is the best. I am very happy," Jon added. (ANI)
London, December 31 : Mollie King and Stuart Broad, who spent much of their respective summers flirting over Twitter, finally enjoyed their first formal date on Saturday.
The 25-year-old singer has started dating the England cricket stud, making the private school-educated pair the new Posh `n' Becks, the Mirror reported.
Whisking Mollie off to Austrian-themed restaurant, Bodo's Schloss, in Kensington, London, the 26-year-old showed off his wiener schnitzel.
Plumping for the chicken variety, the giggling young couple also shared a couple of sliders and a bottle of dry, white wine. (ANI)
Washington - US President Barack Obama welcomed the "robust debate" that has taken place in Iran during the presidential election and expressed optimism it will boost efforts to open dialogue with the Islamic state.
"We are excited to see what appears to be a robust debate taking place in Iran," Obama said Friday as Iranians went to the polls to vote in a race that pits conservative President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad against reformist challenger Mir-Hossein Moussavi.