Wednesday, 7 October 2009 London Lite MainbabyimagecourtesyofPicturePartnership Earls Court London 16 18 October 2009 Unbeatable shopping Fantastic entertainment Expert advice and information Complimentary crche** *Photocopies will not be accepted. One voucher valid per person. Valid 16-18 Oct 2009 for on-the-door ticket sales only. London Lite SAVE 4 ON THE TICKET PRICE WITH THIS VOUCHER* SIMPLY BRING THIS VOUCHER ALONG TO THE BOX OFFICE. SHOW OPENS FRIDAY! FOR SHOW INFO VISIT: thebabyshow.co.uk Form ore info textLONDON to 88886 World at a glance Groomandrelativesheldover riotathisIndianweddinghall A GROOM from London and eight of his relatives have been arrested and charged with offences including attempted murder in India after his wedding descended into a riot. Gurpreet Sahota, 27, and his mother Sukhwinder Kaur, from Southall, are among those accused of attacking the owners of Green Fields marriage hall in Punjab after claiming a bag containing 5,000 cash given in gifts was stolen. Mr Sahota, a Heathrow baggage handler, was marrying Harpreet Kaur, 22, from a Punjab village, on Saturday when police were called after a full-scale fight broke out. Kultar Singh, 37, the son of the halls owner, claims a mob armed with pistols, swords and hockey sticks fired a gun at his 80-year-old father, attacked his brother and threw flowerpots. The group is now awaiting a hearing at the main jail in Hoshiarpur. A Foreign Office spokesman said: We understand Indian police are investigating. Held: Gurpreet Sahota Lastcalltomumbeforegirl,4,killed A MAn accused of throwing his daughter to her death from a motorway river bridge told the girls mother shed never see her children again, a Melbourne court heard today. Arthur Freeman is alleged to have phoned his estranged wife, telling her: Say goodbye to your children. Darcey Freeman, aged four, was then thrown 190ft from the bridge and drowned. Jobless Freeman, 36, who then drove off with his son, eight, is charged with murder. The hearing continues. Out of this world: scientists using an infrared Nasa telescope have discovered a ring of Saturn big enough to contain one billion Earths but never before seen. This artists impression shows the ring, made up of ice and dust particles Squeegeemanmurderedhisrival A BRITISH man has been charged with murdering a squeegee rival in Rome in a row over a windscreen- washing patch. Michael Bennett, 47, originally from Hull, handed himself in to police a week after the body of Somali-born Ali Hassan Farah, 55, was found by tourists. Bennett had read reports of the death and told detectives he had been drinking heavily when he attacked Mr Farah. JudgeclearsGibsonsboozecharges MEL GIBSOnS conviction for drink-driving -- when he made anti-Semitic and sexist remarks to a policewoman -- has been wiped from his record. Gibson asked for the conviction to be wiped after completing the terms of his three-year probation. The Braveheart star was arrested in 2006 in Malibu. He was driving at more than 85mph and he was breathalysed. Gibson, who also called the policewoman sugar tits, later apologised to her. Loo-rollcutsarebottomoftheclass PUPILS at a school in Ireland have been asked to bring in their own toilet paper in a bid to cut costs. Catherine Oneill, the principal of St Johns girls school in Cork, told parents the rolls would be specifically for each girls class and would be handed out by staff. She said the voluntary measure was to ensure the school could use the money towards other educational needs. Picture of the day Arrested: Gibson H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html