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With just 37 days left for Nepal to unveil a new constitution, the country has begun hurtling towards chaos with the three major parties still at daggers drawn and the key players admitting it would be impossible to execute the task.
Concern and fear began to mount Tuesday after Nilambar Acharya, chairman of the constitutional committee […] Continue reading Nepal hurtles towards chaos

Sentencing for Michael Douglas’ son Cameron will be done in public view.
The lawyers defending Cameron’s case have failed to bar media from the ruling session of the court when the Hollywood actor’s 31-year-old son will be sentenced for drug trafficking on 27 April.
Cameron was charged for the possession of methamphetamine and may face more than […] Continue reading No closed sentencing for Cameron Douglas

Shooting of James Bond’s latest sequel ‘License To Thrill’ has been suspended indefinitely.
Producers Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli said that the shooting of the movie has been stopped because the future of MGM studios is uncertain, reports News.com.au.
Bond star Daniel Craig said, “I have every confidence in Barbara and Michael’’s decision and look forward to […] Continue reading New Bond movie filming cancelled indefinitely

Peter Andre confessed recently that he is not over his divorce from Katie Price a.k.a Jordan.
Pete admitted that he still has a soft corner for his ex-wife and it will take him sometime to get over.
“If you really loved them, you don”t get over it just like that. These things take time,” The Sun quoted […] Continue reading I”m not over my divorce: Peter Andre

Following are the highlights of the annual policy statement for fiscal 2010-11 presented by Reserve Bank of India Governor D. Subbarao before chief executives of commercial banks here Tuesday:
– Cash reserve ratio hiked by 25 basis points to 6.0 percent and to take effect from April 24
– Move to suck out excess liquidity worth Rs.12,500 […] Continue reading Highlights of monetary policy update by India’s central bank