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Berlusconi buys Napoleon”s bed

Silvio Berlusconi is hardly known for his subtlety in front of the cameras, with a private life to rival that of most celebrities. As such, he has added to this legacy by taking the extraordinary step of buying a bed, but not any old offering – the one that belonged to none other than Napoleon. Despite this huge piece of ... Read More »

Corporation to collect blood samples from homes

CHENNAI: A scheme to collect blood samples from the doorsteps of residents and deliver the test results free of cost is to be launched after Pongal by the Chennai Corporation. The investigation will be done at diagnostic laboratories run by the civic body at a nominal cost. The Corporation’s helpline number is 1913. The scheme, announced in the 2009-10 Budget ... Read More »

Obama healthcare summit fails to reach accord

A day-long televised healthcare summit in Washington hosted by President Barack Obama has ended without a deal to break the deadlock between parties. Mr Obama outlined his reform plan but Republicans said it was not acceptable and called for a fresh start. The president and his allies want to expand health coverage to include millions of uninsured Americans. Republican Senate ... Read More »

First edition of rare Superman comic fetches $1 million

Superman has broken records of all comic books and has become the most expensive comic book ever sold. Reportedly, the first edition of the comic called ‘Action Comics,’ published originally in 1938, has been sold on the Internet for 1 million dollars. .Read full Story From Author Read More »

Hamam Grihapravesham Offer Details and address to send the wrappers

Hamam, the complete family soap from Hindustan Unilever announced the first winner for the Hamam Grihapravesham Offer 2010 Mr. N. Ganeshan from Coimbatore. Anu Hassan, the Noted Television personality personally visited Mr. Ganeshan’s home and awarded him.  Ganeshan would get Rs. 10 Lacs towards the purchase of a new house from Hamam. Handing over the award to the first winner, ... Read More »

China warns of damage from Obama-Dalai meet

BEIJING — China on Friday urged the United States to call off a meeting between President Barack Obama and exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama to prevent further damage to already strained ties. The White House, in defiance of repeated angry Chinese protests in recent days, has said Obama would meet the Dalai Lama next week in Washington, just ... Read More »