Headlines this morning
November 16, 2011  10:39

Petrol price slashed by Rs 2.22 in Delhi, Rs 2.34 in Mumbai (Hindustan Times)
Egged on by political compulsions, in a long-awaited relief to the common man, the government finally cut the prices of petrol on Tuesday, even as oil marketing companies continue to be under financial strain. Read


Reliance denies Kingfisher stake-buy talks report (Hindustan Times)
A spokesman for Reliance Industries denied today a newspaper report that the Indian energy major was in talks to buy a stake in cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines. Read


With China in mind, India tests new Agni missile (The Times of India)
India on Tuesday successfully tested a new-generation Agni missile with a strike range of 3,500 km and souped-up "kill efficiency". Read


Aishwarya blessed with a baby girl, tweets Amitabh Bachchan (The Times of India)
Aishwarya was admitted to SevenHills Hospital in Marol, Andheri, late on Monday night for the birth of her first child. Read


Maya splits U.P. poll scene wide open (The Hindu)
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati announced that the State Cabinet has approved a resolution for creation of Purvanchal (eastern region) , Bundelkhand, Avadh Pradesh (central region) and Pashchim Pradesh (western region. Read


DMK MP arrested in land grabbing case (The Hindu)

The complainant alleged that Ramanathapuram MP Ritheesh Kumar grabbed his land using forged documents. Read

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