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Sunday, October 4, 2009

In the news July 2009

Miss Universe 2009: 84 contestants compete to be crowned the new queen of universal beauty

Usain Bolt missed out on a third world record but still made it a hat-trick of gold medals at the World Championships with Jamaica's win in the 4x100m relay.

Gisele Bundchen models for sexy fashion shoot minus the baby bump (dailymail)
Mosquitoes deliver malaria 'vaccine' through bites (ap)
Nigerian Islamist fighters 'flee' (bbc)
N Korea 'seizes S Korea vessel' (bbc)
Deal with 'Blue Dogs' sets up health care vote (ap)
UP registered maximum number of murder cases in 2007: Report (Times of India)
It’s three cheers for Rajiv Khel Ratna
The Sports Ministry on Wednesday went by the recommendation of the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award selection committee by accepting the names of all three — MC Marykom, Vijender Singh and Sushil Kumar — for the prestigious award

Dronacharya Awards:

Pullela Gopichand (badminton), Jaydev Bisht (boxing), Baldev Singh (hockey), Satpal (wrestling)
Microsoft, Yahoo! in 10-year Web search partnership (reuters)
Doctor focus of Jackson inquiry; chef talks about singer's last day (cnn)

India launches its first nuclear-powered submarine (reuters)
Britain's last veteran of World War I dies at 111 (ians)
Swine Flu Might Infect 40% Of The US Population In The Next 24 Months medicalnewstoday)
Sania in final of Lexington Challenger (PTI)
Scientists Worry Machines May Outsmart Man (nytimes)

Sach Ka Saamna facing government scrutiny (sify)
Swine flu helpline gives NI jobs (bbc)
Indian moon mission eclipsed by Apollo 11 anniversary (Telegraph)

Radical rest: Creative ways to (finally!) relax (cnn)
Expert: Being unable to unwind can be dangerous. "It can damage DNA"

Tips for chronic stress include visiting a monastery or enjoying a hobby

Consider courses in massage, dance, or art

Try neurofeedback -- teaching the mind to unwind by reading brain energy

Climate change: Hillary shares green thoughts with India (Hindu)

Apollo 11 moon landing: messages of peace from world leaders left on moon (Telegraph)

Sharm El Sheikh NAM strives for bigger role at world arena (xinhua)

British teenager Mike Perham aims for round-the-world sailing record (Telegraph)

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