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The reality-inspired film of director Madhur Bhandarkar has been stamped "A" by the Censor Board of Film Certification.
Ex-Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak was taken back to Cairo's Tora Prison on Monday evening after Prosecutor-General Abdel-Meguid Mahmoud ordered that the ailing former president could no longer stay at a military hospital.
The penguins, who appeared to be well-fed and uninjured, were migrating northward in search of warmer waters.
For the first time since the John F. Kennedy, cargo ships will make regular trips between Cuba and Miami.
Speaking before scheduled talks with Kofi Annan, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told reporters that "only a simultaneous end to violence is possible, followed by a simultaneous pullout of troops" closely monitored by U.N. observers.
Egypt's top armed-forces official, Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, said on Sunday that the country's military will not allow a "certain group" to dominate national politics, which some suggested is a veiled reference to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Former Syrian ambassador Nawaf al-Fares is calling for military intervention as fighting in Damascus escalates.
Syrian Foreign Ministry spokesman Jihad Makdissi rejected the United Nations claims that the regime attacked the village of Tremseh with heavy weapons and aircraft, calling the accusations "baseless.
Alimuddin was reportedly the youngest person ever to have participated in first-class cricket when he played for Rajasthan in the Ranji Trophy at the age of 12.
Gunmen on motorbikes and cars riding through the town of Osasco began firing indiscriminately.