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  • Intex Aqua Star II HD with 5-inch display, 8MP camera launched in India for Rs 6,590 11 hours 44 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Intex has rolled out its latest budget smartphone in India, the Aqua Star II HD, for a price of Rs 6,590. The Intex Aqua Star II HD boasts of a 5-inch IPS display with 1280 x 720ppi resolution. It includes 1.2 GHz quad core processor combined with 1 GB...
  • 4 Android apps that will help you find public toilets near you 12 hours 42 minutes ago

    New Delhi: For majority of us Indians it might not be a big deal as we believe in an 'open culture' when it comes to answering the nature's call, but those of us who care even a little about the environment and want to contribute to the Clean India initiative...
  • Indian cricketers doubt feasibility of rebel T20 league 14 hours 32 minutes ago

    New Delhi: Indian cricket leaders are not convinced that a rival league could drive a wedge through the sport's global competition or threaten the power of the International Cricket Council. After all, they say, this has been tried before in India - and didn't succeed. Recent reports that billionaire businessman Subhash Chandra...
  • UK-India: Symbiotic trade ties 17 hours 59 minutes ago

    Prime Minister Modi's 'Make in India' pitch to boost the nation's manufacturing sector is mirrored by the United Kingdom's long-standing policy venture, 'Make in Britain'. United Kingdom, a primarily financial services driven economy, woke up to the urgency to boost its own manufacturing industry in the wake of the 2008...
  • Modi government has failed to fulfil people's aspirations, its policies won't work: Sitaram Yechury Yesterday

    New Delhi: The Modi government's policies to attract foreign investment and "humongous" tax concessions to corporates will not work because it will not create productive capacity and there is no purchasing power with the people, says CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury. Its policies have given the opportunity to opposition parties to...
  • Al Qaeda branch in Indian subcontinent claims killing of US blogger Avijit Roy in Bangladesh 2 days ago

    New Delhi: Militant group Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) has claimed responsibility for the murder of an American blogger Avijit Roy in Bangladesh as well as other "blasphemers" there and in Pakistan, according to SITE Intelligence Group in the US. Roy, a prominent writer and secular activist, was...
  • This comedy sketch about a maid interview will make you laugh till you cry 2 days ago

    A live-in couple have a tough time trying to find a maid. Enter Parvathi, a maid recommended by their neighbor. They decide to interview her and it goes horribly wrong! ...
  • Man sues Florida hospital after his leg found in the garbage 2 days ago

    A south Florida man is suing a hospital for emotional distress, saying his leg was amputated and thrown in the garbage with his name tag still on it. John Timiriasieff, 56, had his right leg amputated below the knee in October at Doctors Hospital in Coral Gables. "Rather than properly disposing of...
  • Sikhs need to explain to Americans significance of turban: US lawmaker 4 days ago

    Washington: Sikhs need to explain to Americans the significance of the turban, the most visible sign of their identity, an influential US lawmaker has said, amid reports that a majority of children wearing turbans are bullied in schools. Congresswoman Judy Chu, founder and vice chair of the Congressional American Sikh Caucus,...
  • Kalki Koechlin 'shocked' over 'Court' not releasing in Bengaluru 4 days ago

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress Kalki Koechlin is sad that the National-award winning multi-lingual film 'Court' is not releasing in Bengaluru. The makers of the movie stated that the film is not hitting the theatres of the southern state as they find the content of the Chaitanya Tamhane's film "sensitive, political, and risky". "Shocked,...
  • #MayDay: '60 Jobs, 60 seconds' video pays a tribute to all those who make a difference in the world 4 days ago

    They are an integral part of our society and it is difficult to imagine a society without their contribution. But how often do we appreciate their work? On Labour Day, watch this video to know how these hardworking labourers make so much difference to our lives. ...
  • Top 10: Cars under Rs 4 lakh available in India 5 days ago

    Planning to buy a new car, but have a limited budget? Put to rest your worries as we bring to you the top ten cars available in India that are priced under Rs 4 lakh.1. Datsun Go Price: Rs 3.79 lakhThe Datsun Go has a stylish exterior and easily...
  • Huawei Honor 4X review: A decent budget contender 5 days ago

    Making to our smartphone review this week is Huawei's Honor 4X (Che-L04). The phone was launched late March in India along with the higher- priced Honor 6 Plus. Before we get into the technicalities, let us begin with the phone's exteriors. At 5.5-inch, this phablet is in line with modern-day...
  • BMW tunes in, steps up localisation to 50 per cent 6 days ago

    Coimbatore: Luxury car major BMW India has increased localisation in its vehicles to 50 per cent, which is in keeping with the Make-in-India programme, a top company official said on Wednesday. "The higher localisation has enabled us to address challenges like inflation in emerging markets such...
  • Celkon Campus A518 with 5-inch display launched in India for Rs 4,500 1 week ago

    New Delhi: Targeting the budget smartphone market, Celkon has rolled out its latest Campus A518 smartphone that boasts of a 5-inch display at a price of Rs 4,500. The Celkon Campus A518 dual-SIM smartphone supports 3G video calling and comes with a 1 GHz processor. It runs the earlier Android KitKat...
  • Top 6: The sub-Rs 10K selfie-friendly phones with 8MP front camera 1 week ago

    Who doesn't like a little self-love and a few self-captures? Selfies or the images captured of self with a smartphone is the new cool. While there are a plenty of smartphones to help you capture that pout just right in a selfie, affordability is the question here. In order to...
  • 8 crew members of Mugdha Godse's upcoming film among dead in Nepal earthquake 1 week ago

    Eight crew members of an upcoming Bollywood film which features Mugdha Godse and Ruslaan Mumtaz are among those dead in the recent earthquake that has completely shaken Nepal. Godse shared the news on Twitter: "RIP my 8 crew members, victims to force of nature #earthquake #nepal worked for my upcoming...
  • Swipe KonnectME: This Rs 3,999 phone has a 4.5-inch display, 5MP camera, 1GB RAM 1 week ago

    New Delhi: Indian smartphone manufacturer, Swipe Technologies has rolled out the latest affordable handset, KonnectME, for a price of Rs 3,999. KonnectME is the 4th device in Swipe's existing lineup of Konnect smartphones. It features a 4.5-inch IPS display and at its heart is a 1.3GHz processor. The smartphone comes with dual-SIM...
  • Micromax Canvas Play Q355 with 5.5-inch display, 5MP camera launched in India for Rs 7,490 1 week ago

    New Delhi: Micromax has launched the Canvas Play (Q355) smartphone, its latest budget smartphone in the Canvas range of handsets. The affordable Android Lollipop-based smartphone boasts of a 5.5-inch FWVGA display and at its heart is the 1.3GHz quad core processor. The Micromax Canvas Play sports a 5 megapixel rear camera and...
  • Facebook Messenger gets video calling 1 week ago

    New Delhi: Facebook on Monday began rolling out video calling on its Messenger mobile application, enabling face-to-face conversations among users of the app around the world. With the new feature, users can add video to calls to another person with the same application. "You can quickly start a video call from...
  • Intex Aqua Power+ with 5-inch HD display, 13MP camera launched in India for Rs 8,999 April 27, 2015

    New Delhi: Intex Technologies has launched yet another budget smartphone, the Intex Aqua Power +, in the Indian market for a price of Rs 8,999. The phone sports a 5-inch HD display with 1280X720 ppi resolution and runs 1.3GHz quad core processor with 2GB RAM and 16 GB internal...
  • TRAI publishes comments received on its consultation paper on 'Regulatory Framework for OTT service' April 27, 2015

    New Delhi: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has published the comments it has received on the issue of net neutrality in India. The comments received by the authority on its consultation paper on "Regulatory Framework for OTT services" are large in number and thus, have been divided into...
  • I make music for everyone; don't categorise anyone into Hindus or Muslims: Atif Aslam on performing in India April 27, 2015

    Indore: Popular Pakistani musician Atif Aslam might not have been able to entertain his fans in Pune with his rock numbers and melodious tracks as his concert had to be cancelled, but he says he has no grudges and has only love to share with his Indian fans. Aslam's concert was...
  • N Srinivasan spied on other BCCI officials: reports April 26, 2015

    N Srinivasan seems to be finding out new ways of getting into controversies as a new one has hit the docks. According to a report in ndtv.com, Srinivasan allegedly paid 14 crores of the board's money to a London-based private agency to spy on other BCCI members. BCCI is suppose to...
  • 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' mints Rs 10.85 crore on its opening day in India April 26, 2015

    Los Angeles: Marvel's 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' hit theatres in India on Friday -- a week before its US release -- and has collected a staggering Rs. 108.5 million on it's opening day, according to trade experts. Featuring almost all the Marvel superheroes, the much awaited eleventh film from the Marvel...
  • Team India's coach job in focus at BCCI's Working Committee meet April 26, 2015

    With Indian cricket team's next international tour a few months away, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has started its hunt for the new coach, which is one of the most lucrative and demanding jobs in the cricketing circles. On Sunday [26th April], the BCCI's new regime...
  • What 'Game of Thrones' characters would look like, if they were accurately adapted from the books April 25, 2015

    We all love 'Game of Thrones' and we all love the characters so much. But for people who have read the books and not just binged on the TV show, some things are a little disappointing. A lot of the characters portrayed on the critically acclaimed TV show, even though top...
  • Rumours of rival cricket bodies unnerve boards April 25, 2015

    The International Cricket Council is on alert with rumours of a rival body doing the rounds since Essel Group, the Indian business giants, began registering companies with names that appear to be rival national cricket boards. Essel, the conglomerate behind the now defunct Indian Cricket League (ICL), has registered companies such...