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delhi Updated: Sep 09, 2012 18:58 IST

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Bal Thackeray's choice clear, says Sushma will be deserving PM

Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray has said that leader of opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj is the only leader in the ally BJP who would make a "deserving" Prime Minister. In part three of his marathon interview, published by Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' on Sunday, Thackeray said: "At present there is only one person who is intelligent, brilliant -Sushma Swaraj." Read more

ISRO scores on 100th mission, PSLV rocket launch successful

ISRO's PSLV C21 rocket successfully blasted off into space on its 100th mission on a cloudy Sunday morning. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was among the cheering congregation of officials, scientists and media persons at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. Read more

Former team members urge Hazare to delink from Kejriwal

A day after India Against Corruption started a survey on forming a political party, some prominent members and volunteers of erstwhile Team Anna on Sunday urged Anna Hazare to delink himself from Arvind Kejriwal and revive the "apolitical" anti-graft movement. Read more

'Obsessed' Kristen can't sleep without teddies gifted by Pattinson

Kristen Stewart is cuddling up to her stuffed toys for security and comfort, hoping that they’ll help her get over any nerves she has about appearing in public, after her cheating scandal surfaced. The actress has apparently taken her favourite toys gifted by former beau Robert Pattinson to the Toronto Film Festival. Read more

You may get call from Facebook if profile identity is suspect

Social networking giant Facebook is making a "huge effort" to weed out fake profiles to prevent misuse of such identities, a senior company official has said. If Facebook doubts the ownership of an account, it will ask the user to identify himself/herself. Read more

First Published: Sep 09, 2012 18:49 IST