Updated 12:25 AM Apr 18, 2014

Congress releases video, says Uma Bharti called Modi 'Vinash Purush'

In the clipping, Uma is heard saying that Modi was not 'Vikas Purush' (man who brings in development) but 'Vinash Purush' (man who destroys).

IPL 7: Yuvraj Singh returns to form as RCB hammer sloppy Delhi Daredevils

Delhi dropped Kohli twice in one over, which was never going to help defending an average 145/4 as Yuvraj too came to the party with a 29-ball 52*.

Lok Sabha elections phase 5: High voter turnout leaves 2009 stats behind

Four constituencies of West Bengal, which went to polls, recorded the highest turnout among the 12 states.

LS polls: EC allows Modi's aide Amit Shah to resume campaign in UP

Shah had said that the general election was an opportunity to seek "revenge for the insult" inflicted during the riots in Muzaffarnagar.

Ghaziabad boys tear woman's clothes for resisting sexual assault

Her husband objected to their assault, he was beaten up by the accused. When the woman resisted, they tore her clothes.

Rishikesh councillor passed class 5 when he was 6-years-old

RTI activist Gautam Ram has exposed a fraud which was allegedly committed by Rishikesh Municipal Council’s Councillor Madhu Mishra.

Mulayam's daughter-in-law backs death penalty for rape

Unlike SP chief who feels capital punishment is debatable, his daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav is strictly for death penalty to rapists.

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  • Is this Amazon's first-ever smartphone?

    Is this Amazon's first-ever smartphone?

    Amazon's first-ever smartphone is expected to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM and a 4.7-inch display.

  • Google launches new Google Camera app with Lens Blur, brings Photo Sphere to non-Nexus devices

    Google launches new Google Camera app with Lens Blur, brings Photo Sphere to non-Nexus devices

    Lens Blur in Google Camera produces SLR-like shallow depth-of-field results. It emphasises a subject by blurring the background.

  • Ex-Apple CEO John Sculley to launch budget Obi mobiles in India

    Ex-Apple CEO John Sculley to launch budget Obi mobiles in India

    John Sculley is funding a venture that aims to launch low-cost smartphones in India that will be priced between Rs 5,000 and Rs 8,000.

  • Google unveils Project Ara build-it-yourself smartphone; expected to be available in early 2015

    Google unveils Project Ara build-it-yourself smartphone; expected to be available in early 2015

    The goal is to create a standard endoskeleton, or frame, that can hold different modules, like extra-powerful processors, additional batteries or memory chips for storing more music, all based on the customer's preferences.

  • Samsung's messaging app ChatOn now available for Android, iOS, Windows Phone

    Samsung's messaging app ChatOn now available for Android, iOS, Windows Phone

    Samsung has added a message translation feature that can facilitate people speaking different languages to chat with each other.

  • Google releases Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android, lets you access your computer through your Android device

    Google releases Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android, lets you access your computer through your Android device

    Launch the Android app on your phone or tablet, tap on the computer's name and start using your remote machine. The app for iOS will be released later this year.

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