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Saturday, September 8, 2007

Nicole Kidman miscarried Tom's baby

Nicole Kidman has revealed that she lost a baby in the early years of her marriage to Tom Cruise.

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, the actress confessed that she suffered a "traumatic" miscarriage when she was just 23.

The 40-year-old actress further revealed that the failure to conceive and the desperation to have a child led the couple to adopt their kids Isabella, 14, and Connor, 12.

Nicole has revealed in the past that she had a second miscarriage when three months pregnant at the time of her break-up with Cruise.

"From the minute Tom and I were married, I wanted to have babies. And we lost a baby early on, so that was really very traumatic. And that's when it came that we would adopt Bella," The Sun quoted her, as telling the mag.

Kidman, who is now married to country music star Keith Urban, said that she is still 'yearning' to have a baby of her own.

"I'm yearning to have one. I think I would be very sad if I wasn't able to have a baby," she said.

"Keith knows I want one, and he has been getting there slowly. My husband really wants a couple of years, he said, 'Where I just have you.' So it's kind of romantic. That's what we decided," she added.



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Cong, TD campaigns bring election atmosphere

Even though the talk of mid-term elections to the Lok Sabha have subsided following reports of truce between the UPA and the Leftists at the Centre, the election atmosphere has already started developing back home in the State.

The ruling Congress has intensified its pet programme "Intinta Indiramma Sambaralu," while the main Opposition Telugu Desam has launched its Palle Palleku programme in a big way in the villages to woo the electorate with assurances, as if the Assembly elections have already approached.

While the Congress programme which began on September 1 was aimed at to highlight the welfare programmes of the government and to identify true beneficiaries irrespective of parties for granting houses and pensions, the Opposition party launched its counter programme from September 5 by targetting to highlight the government's failures, nepotism and corruption. Following the directions of Chief Minister Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy, party ministers, MLAs and senior leaders were making whirlwind visits to rural and urban areas.

Thus, the parties are prepared for elections, but are the voters ready?

Himakumar Reddy: 'God saved my brother’

NELLORE: “The car flew up before my eyes and for a second, I almost thought I lost my brother. Thanks to Edukondalavadu (points to the sky), he escaped from the jaws of death by a hair’s breadth...!"

The tension caused by the blood-curdling incident was clearly visible in his eyes even as Nedurumalli Himakumar Reddy, a cousin of the former Chief Minister N. Janardhana Reddy, narrated the incident to this correspondent.

Mr. Reddy was seated in the sixth car in the convoy, just behind the ill-fated Ford Fiesta that was blown up by the landmine triggered by Maoists near Vidyanagar in the early hours of Friday.

“I heard a loud noise and what I could see was just debris and dust all over. Immediately, I got out of the car and a corpse, understandably thrown up by the blast, fell next to me with a thud, spilling blood all over my shirt. I almost thought it was Anna, but found his car much ahead of the spot and ran towards it for confirmation. It was only then I heaved a sigh of relief,” he narrated the nerve-wracking incident to media after the blast.

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