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Tuesday, 24 April 2012

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Today’s Top Stories: Abhishek Manu Singhvi, TRAI, Rape case, North Korean warning, Basmati, Censor Board of India, Saina Nehwal, Sachin Tendulkar, Infosys, SBI, Indian government and RBI


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India Satire introduces top stories of the day article. These will involve today's stories from Google News and the utter nonsense unreal stories by India Satire.

News Headlines capturing eyeballs

·         Invoking House, Abhishek Manu Singhvi steps down; Congress may offer him next presidential seat
·         Recommendations aimed at liberalising spectrum: Trai; however, after looking at spectrum fees, telecom companies cried that they will get total liberation from the world
·         Maharashtra cop gets bail in rape case; promised that he will never rape anybody again
·         North Korea threatens to turn Seoul to ashes in 3 minutes; South Korean markets sharply dropped by 0.13% out of fear, president plans a heart-attack today taking doctor's suggestion
·         China allows basmati import; plans to make clone of Indian basmati to launch its own huangusmati
·         Algorithm mis-trade led to Infosys price plunge; US homeland security department‎ put an inquiry panel to see whether it was Infosys employee's mistake
·         Censor board data shows rise in 'A' certificate films; however, Indian MPs and MLAs demanded more liberation from the board and to show 'PA' certificate i.e. Parental Age certificate movies
·         Saina Nehwal said I don't have a player of my level to practise with; invited Sachin Tendulkar for practicing
·         It's official! People who exercise find it easier to quit smoking; however, people who don't exercise are rising at a much faster rate
·         SBI refuses to cut lending rate, lowers deposit rates by up to 1% despite government offered new credit card debt waiver and home loans debt waiver schemes
RBI refused to fund Government debt waiver scheme launched by the government

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