Social networking giant Facebook's co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has been dropped from the list of the world's ten richest technology billionaires.
Zuckerberg's fortune dropped by over $420 million last week as Facebook shares fell to around $20 in New York, a record low.
According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Zuckerberg is now worth $10.2 billion.
He is about $400 million behind James Goodnight, the co-founder of software maker SAS Institute, who now ranks as technology's 10th- richest person, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.
According to the paper, Zuckerberg's fortune is based on his ownership of 503.6 million shares of Facebook, including 60 million options that have an exercise price of six cents a share.
He also has about $150 million in cash and other liquid assets.
Sahara, the owner of Pune Warriors India, has pulled out of the Indian Premier League, having failed to pay the full franchise fee for the current year
Actor Vindoo Dara Singh has been arrested by the Mumbai police in relation to the IPL spot-fixing case. The actor, who was detained by the Crime branch in Mumbai on Monday night was formally arrested on Tuesday morning.
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A fast track Delhi court hearing the December 16, 2012, gang-rape case on Monday dismissed the pleas of two accused seeking permission to undergo lie detector tests and also to subject the victim's male friend to a similar test.
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A large collection of Mahatma Gandhi's memorabilia will go under the hammer on Tuesday in London.