Top News Headlines of 29 September 2010

Major Events and Top News Headlines of 29 September 2010:

  • Iceland’s former premier Geir Haarde says he is “disappointed” that parliament voted to try him for his role in the financial crisis that saw the North Atlantic nation’s major banks collapse in 2008, media reports said on Wednesday.
  • Two amendments moved by a US Senator on restricted hiring of foreign workers and another aimed at preventing fraud and abuse of H1-B and L1 visa could not pass the Senate floor as it was blocked by the Democratic Party.
  • While Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Tuesday the country was close to achieving 3.5 per cent growth rate in the farm sector “but could, and should, do more.
  • In a major overhaul of the Indian Premier League, the BCCI on Wednesday dropped Sunil Gavaskar from the Twenty20 league’s Governing Council, which was reduced to a seven-member panel with a tenure of just one year instead of five.
  • In a major overhaul of the Indian Premier League, the BCCI on Wednesday dropped Sunil Gavaskar from the Twenty20 league’s Governing Council, which was reduced to a seven-member panel with a tenure of just one year instead of five.
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Top News Headlines of 29 September 2010
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