Bangladeshi woman bobbitises ‘lover’

Dhaka, May 31: A Bangladeshi woman cut off the genitals of a man when he allegedly attempted to rape her. The woman later took the cut-off genitals to a police station as evidence against him, BBC reported.

Monju Begum, a 40-year-old mother-of-three, from Mirzapur, about 160 km from Dhaka, attacked the man after he reportedly burst into her shack and launched a sex attack.

She then wrapped up the man’s genitals in polythene bag and handed them over to police, officials said.

TRS MLA challanges Naidu to accept probe into assets

Hyderabad, May 31: TRS MLA K T Rama Rao today challenged TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu to agree for a probe into his assets.

Addressing a press conference while responding to remarks made during the annual ‘Mahanadu’ meeting by TDP chief that TRS President K Chandrasekhara Rao was indulged in blackmail politics and corruption, Mr Rama Rao said that they were ready for any probe into their assets.

Ramdev Opposes Bringing PM Under Lokpal

New Delhi, May 31: Differences appeared to have cropped up in the civil society over the demand for inclusion of the Prime Minister and higher judiciary in the Lokpal Bill with Baba Ramdev opposing such a move.

The yoga guru, to whom the government deputed the topmost tax official to convince him on the steps taken by government against black money, wondered at a press conference in Sehore how top positions like the Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India could be brought under the ambit of Lokpal.

Big Stars in Hyderabad for grand wedding

Hyderabad, May 31: Though the wedding is happening in Hyderabad, the excitement of it is no less in Mumbai as well. We are talking about the marriage of Mallika, the granddaughter of industrialist GV Krishna Reddy to Siddharth Reddy. Their engagement ceremonysaw actor Katrina Kaif groove to Sheila Ki Jawani and actor Akshay Kumar do some daredevil stunts.

A source confirmed that special chartered flights are leaving for Mumbai airport which will be ferryingthe guests for the wedding which is slated to happen on June 11.

He promised sex with models

Mumbai, May 31: Cops say the man duped people of lakhs of rupees by promising sex with models, college girls and never answering their calls again; he is also suspected to be a porn producer

Who is the sexiest MP??

London, May 31: A website in Britain is becoming a huge hit these days after it has allowed people to choose the sexiest MP, a media report said today.

The Sun reported that those logging on to are shown pictures of two MPs. They are asked which they would have sex with.

The responses are then utilised to come up with the ranking.

Labour’s Luciana Berger is leading, with Tories’ Penny Mordaunt and Charlotte Leslie close behind.

Sexiest male MP was Labour’s Chris Evans and he was followed by Tory Zac Goldsmith.

TDP deres AP CM to face no-trust-motion

Hyderabad, May 31: TDP deres AP CM to face no-trust-motion Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy has been challenged by Telugu Desham Party to immediately convene a special session of the Legislative Assembly to face a no-confidence motion.

The TDP, during its recent three-day annual conclave ‘Mahanadu’, announced that it would move a no-confidence motion against the Congress government on the farmers’ and other ‘anti-people’ issues.

Reacting to this, the Chief Minister said his government was “strong enough” to face the no-trust motion and prove its strength.

Appeal to teach Urdu in English medium schools

Hyderabad, May 31: President All India Samajika Mahajana Sangharshana Samithi, Mohammad Nasir Hussain requested strict implementation of GO regarding teaching Urdu as second language in English medium schools so that Muslim students can perform well in exams.

In a statement he said Urdu is the mother tongue of Muslims hence if Muslim students who take admissions in English medium schools have Urdu as their second language it would be better for them, since they can make their future better through good educational performance.

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Waqf Board chairman pays comprehensive visit to Dargah Pahadi Shareef

Hyderabad, May 31: Andhra Pradesh State Waqf Board chairman Syed Ghulam Afzal Biabani Khusro Pasha paid comprehensive visit to Dargah Hazrat Syedna Baba Sharfuddin Suharwardi Iraqi after Friday prayers.

He laid a mat worth 1 lakh rupees on the steps of dargah and exchanged thoughts with Peerzada Qari Syed Fareeduddin Qaudri Suharwardi and Peerzada Syed Sardar Hussain and brothers over the developmental and welfare activities in the dargah.

He announced to construct a Niazkhana for the convenience of the pilgrims shortly.

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Indian groom died in Saudi mishap

Fujairah, May 31: Wedding plans turned tragic when a 24-year-old Indian died in a road accident in Fujairah just two months before his marriage.

The incident occurred last week when the Moideen Kutty from Kerala, India, was driving at night near the New Industrial Area in Fujairah.

The vehicle lost balance and hit the divider. He died on the spot following severe head injuries.

Kutty was transporting goods from one of his father’s restaurants to another one which was located a few streets away.

‘Aasra’ cards distribution by MDF

Hyderabad, May 31: All the senior citizens of Hyderabad and Secunderabad who had applied for senior citizen cards (Aasra) at Minorities Development Forum till March 2011 are hereby informed that their cards have been received from GHMC.

Distribution of cards will be carried out at a function presided over by Mr. Mohammad Allauddin Ansari advocate, president MDF on Wednesday, June 1, at 4:30 pm at Golden Jubilee Hall, Siasat premises.

MDF to hold executive members meeting

Hyderabad, May 31: According to Mohammad Khaja Moin Uddin General secretary Minorities Development Forum Hyderabad, meeting of all executive members will be held on Wednesday, June 1 at office of Minorities Development Forum, Siasat premises at 3pm.

The meeting will be presided over by Mr. Mohammad Allauddin Ansari advocate president MDF. Various matters will be discussed in the meeting hence all executive members are requested to attend the meeting on time.

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T Cong MPs’ breakfast diplomacy

Hyderabad, May 31: Congress MPs representing Telangana region met Endowment minister Mr. J Krishna Rao at a breakfast meeting. Expressing his surpise over Information and Public Relations Minister DK Aruna’s objection over padyatra to be organized in favour of Telangana, Mr Madhu Goud Yaskhi expressed suspicion over her being the puppet in the hands of anti Telangana forces.

Mr. J Krishna Rao vowed to resume padyatra at any cost.

Will Gulf follow Saudi Visa limit? Expats fear

Riyadh, May 31: A decision by Saudi Arabia to limit the stay of expatriate workers to six years appears to have triggered fears among foreigners residing in the region that such a move could also be enforced by other Gulf oil producers in line with a proposal discussed at the Gulf Cooperation Council Summit in 2008.

There is no guarantee that I won’t marry again

Mumbai, May 31: Aamir Khan has donned the producer’s hat once again for Imran Khan-starrer Delly Belly.

Why didn’t you direct Delly Belly besides producing it?
Abhinay (Deo) has made Delly Belly the exact way we wanted. The script came to us and we chose him and he has done full justice to it.

As a producer, I am really satisfied the way the film has shaped up, the way Abhinay has brought out the humour, the excitement…he lived up to our faith completely.

Why did you cast your nephew Imran as a lead in the film?

AR Rahman stole Jai Ho: Ismail Darbar

Mumbai, May 31: At a press conference in Nagpur, music director Ismail Darbar decided to flip open a Pandora’s box full of secrets to set the mountain on fire.

He accused internationally acclaimed film composer, A R Rahman for having bribed the Academy officials.

Rahman received two Oscars in 2008 Best Original Score and Best Original Song for his music in Slumdog Millionaire.

Darbar speaking exclusively to Mid-day on what prompted him to make such an outrageous statement ends up making many more against Rahman…

Jai Ho is stolen

SRK’s Ra.One to be entered in record books

Mumbai, May 31: In a unique promotional strategy for Shah Rukh Khan’s next Ra.One, the superstar has planned to start the longest fan mail for the film. It will earn an entry in the Limca Book Of Records.

SRK will also unveil the film’s promo across five cities in India soon. Says a source, “He plans his film’s promotional strategies himself and in tandem with his team.

Now he has planned the events in such a way that before the sci-fi thriller releases, every Indian city would have heard of the film.”

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Headly’s confessions reveal Pak design

Jammu, May 31: Panun Kashmir, an organisation for displaced Kashmiri Pandits, today criticised Union Minister Farooq Abdullah for his statement asking India to help Pakistan in fighting terror, and said that recent confessions by David Headly have revealed Pakistan’s motives.

“David Headly’s hair raising confessions in Chicago Court about ISI and other agencies in Pakistan in respect of their plans and conspiracies about 26/11 Mumbai attacks, have unveiled preposterous designs of Pakistan against India,” Panun Kashmir Convenor Agnishakher said here.

Pak’s PM Gilani is a huge fan of Aishwarya!

Mumbai, May 31: Aishwarya Rai has fans spread far and wide. Even in Pakistan! Yusuf Raza Gilani, the Prime Minister of Pakistan is a huge fan of the former Miss World.

As reported by a magazine, a few people from a NGO had visited Pakistan recently and met the PM. As they were discussing various issues, they suddenly started talking about Hindi films. And that was when Gilani revealed that he is a huge fan of the Bachchan bahu.

Blood money paid, three Indians return from Dubai

Amritsar, May 31: After their release from the Sharjah central jail in Dubai where they were on death row, it was an emotional and tearful reunion for the three Punjab youths with their families here on Tuesday.

The youths, in their twenties, were sentenced to death in Dubai in the case of bootlegging and murder. But their lives were saved by the efforts of a Dubai-based NGO ‘Sarbat Da Bhala’ that has paid blood money to secure their release.

They were released from the jail May 29 and reached this city of Punjab Tuesday morning.

Kiran Kumar Reddy offers prayers at TTD

Hyderabad, May 31: Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy has rounded off his three-day visit to his native Chittoor district with a darshan in the hill temple of Lord Venkateswara on Monday morning.

Reddy, who reached Tirumala on Sunday night after a three-day sojourn in his native Nagaripalle village, offered his hair to the Lord, for the first time after he took over the reigns of the government.

As he arrived at the Mahadwaram of the hill temple, he was given a traditional welcome by the priests and the TTD officials and conducted into the sanctum sanctorum for a darshan.

A.P police identifies a truck from the photographs

Chennai, May 31: The breakthrough in the search for the missing container truck involved in the accident that killed State Environment Minister Mariyam Pitchai on May 23 came after the Andhra Pradesh police identified a truck from the photographs of four vehicles sent to them by the Crime Branch-CID of Tamil Nadu.

Kat, the mediator for Sallu!

Mumbai, May 31: Guess who is acting as the mediator between Bollywood machoman Salman Khan and Producer Aditya Chopra. It is none other then Sallu’s ex-girlfriend Katrina Kaif who will be sharing screen space with him for the movie ‘Ek Tha Tiger’.

Actually, Salman hasn’t worked with director Kabir Khan and producer Aditya Chopra before and the situation is kind of awkward as all of them are working together in ‘Ek Tha….’

Since Salman is not a phone person, Adi seems to have decided that the best way to communicate with his hero is through Kat.

No one ready to head Pakistan panel on Osama

Islamabad, May 31: Pakistan is in a dilemma. No one of repute is ready to head an official commission to probe the killing of Al Qaeda head Osama bin Laden.

American commandos killed Osama May 2 in Abbottabad city, 120 km from Islamabad, leading to a major diplomatic crisis between Pakistan and the US.

A joint session of parliament May 13 recommended setting up a panel to look into Osama’s killing.

Information Minister Firdous Ashiq said the government was looking for an individual of national and international repute, the Dawn newspaper reported Tuesday.