Top News Headlines of 08 January 2009

Major Events and Top News Headlines of 08 January 2009:

  • Nearly 54,000 employees work for Satyam and its subsidiaries.
  • India and Canada should work towards signing a Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
  • The strike by oil PSU officers enters second day even as the threat of fuel supply disruptions loom large.
  • The Bangladesh Nationalist Party led by former prime minister Khaleda Zia has decided to take oath and join the first session of the country’s ninth Parliament for the “sake of democracy”.
  • Leading Pakistani human rights activist Ansar Burney has demanded the resignation of Interior Minister Rehman Malik.
  • Maytas Infra chairman R.C. Sinha has been resign.
  • The Samajwadi Party chief, Mulayam Singh Yadav announced that Sanjay Dutt’s name as his party’s candidate from Lucknow parliamentary constituency for the coming Lok Sabha elections.
  • Govt open to pvt sector role in N-power generation.
  • US and India are engaged in talks over sale of missile shield systems to help
  • New Delhi face any nuclear threats from Pakistan and other “volatile” countries in the region.
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Top News Headlines of 08 January 2009
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