kin of mumbai attack victims welcome

Relatives of victims of the 2008 Mumbai attack victims on Wednesday welcomed the execution of the lone surviving attacker, Ajmal Kasab, saying justice has been finally delivered. In Varanasi, Sunita Yadav, wife of victim Upendra Yadav, expressed her gratitude to the authorities for carrying out the execution.

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Women are active in show business like never before, but will they surpass the status Bollywood heroes enjoy? Never, says Bipasha Basu, who feels there is minimum opportunity for female actors in the Hindi film industry

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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Nithyananda's Sex Scandal with Ranjitha “videos”- world wide daily news

Famous Tamil film actress have been captured in the Sensational sex scandal video with Swamiji Nithyananda, who is known as the guru of Tamil Nadu. The unbelieving sex video scandal of the Swamiji, broadcasted by Sun News, has created shock waves across the Tamil Nadu State and the Country. Following the stories the young ladies in the video are Tamil actresses, it is speculated that they are Ranjitha and Ragasudha.

The Tamil news channel Sun News TV broadcasted the video but didn’t reveal the identity of the girls involved. The actresses’ faces were unclear in the video. Someone has posted a full video in youtube few hours back with’s water mark. In that video the young lady looks like Tamil Actress Rajitha.

According to, Actress Ragasudha has acted in films like Dhinamum Ennai Gavani, Iyer IPS. Tamil actress Ranjitha was introduced to films by the famous Tamil director Bharathiraja in Nadodithentral with Karthik. It maybe recalled that Ragasudha was in the news for alleged sex scandal in the past too.

Here are the videos of Nithynanda’s Sex Scandal Video with the Tamil Actress

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Hockey World Cup 2010: India win by 4 - 1

Hockey World Cup 2010

India outplayed arch-rivals Pakistan 4-1 in the men's Hockey World Cup 2010 on a dramatic opening day.

Sandeep Singh banged in two penalty corners to help India record their first win in the last four games against Pakistan before some 19,000 delirious home fans at the Dhyan Chand National Stadium.

Shivendra Singh and Prabjot Singh chipped in with a goal each as India wiped off memories of a 1-7 humiliation at Pakistan's hands in the Asian Games final at the same venue in New Delhi in 1982.

India led 4-0 before Sohail Abbas, the world's only player to score more than 300 international goals, narrowed the margin for Pakistan by converting just one of his six penalty corners.

"We must not fly high and keep our feet on the ground because the next match is against Australia on Tuesday," said India's Spanish coach Jose Brasa.

"We dominated the first half, but were lucky to score two more goals in the second session. I think we did not allow the Pakistanis to settle."

Pakistan's coach Shahid Ali Khan conceded India were the better side.

"It was difficult to come back after being down 3-0," he said. "The Indians played really well. The players are obviously very disappointed, but we must not lose heart.

"We can still do well in the tournament. It's not all over yet."