PHILIPS

  • Windies sweating on Kemar Roach's injury 4 days ago

    Centurion: West Indies have been left sweating on the fitness of frontline fast bowler Kemar Roach after he pulled up with an ankle injury during the first day of the opening Test against South Africa. The 26-year-old sustained an injury to his right ankle while running into bowl his 16th over,...
  • Tribute paid to 1.5 million Indian soldiers who fought in World War I December 10, 2014

    London: India has paid tribute to the 1.5 million Indian soldiers in the UK who fought along with British troops during the World War I. India's High Commissioner to the UK, Ranjan Mathai, noted there were 1.5 million Indian volunteers or active soldiers who took part in World War I, out...
  • India @ 9 with Karma Paljor December 3, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Karma Paljor on India @ 9. ...
  • News 360: Centre differs from BJP president, says Saradha scam money not linked to Burdwan blasts December 3, 2014

    In an embarrassment for Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah, the Narendra Modi government on Wednesday contradicted him on the Burdwan blasts by saying there was no link between Saradha chit fund scam money and blasts. ...
  • Mourners converge on Macksville to farewell Phil Hughes December 2, 2014

    Sydney: Mourners, led by Australia captain Michael Clarke, are converging on the small rural town of Macksville ahead of Wednesday's funeral service for Phillip Hughes, as the Test cricketer's birthplace becomes the focus of a nation's attention. Clarke arrived by helicopter Monday and will act as a pallbearer at the funeral,...
  • Wary batsmen want better helmets after Phil Hughes' tragedy November 27, 2014

    New Delhi: Phil Hughes' tragic death has shocked the cricket world so much that even young Indian first-class players are demanding better equipped helmets in the coming days to minimise the possibility of head injury. Delhi's Ranji Trophy probables today practised at the Feroz Shah Kotla ground and former India U-19...
  • Philips Xenium X2566: A new feature phone for senior citizens launched at Rs 3,800 in India October 26, 2014

    New Delhi: Philips Mobile launched Philips Xenium X2566, a feature phone exclusively designed for senior citizens, and said it was available for sale priced at Rs 3,800. The phone is aimed at making technology accessible to the elderly. It has features like large font size, long lasting battery life and SOS...
  • Rivals sign deal, Ashraf Ghani to replace Karzai as Afghanistan President September 21, 2014

    Kabul: Afghanistan's two rival presidential candidates signed a powersharing deal on Sunday, ending a prolonged standoff over disputed election results at a pivotal moment in the warweary nation's history. The final vote count is also scheduled for release, after being delayed for lastminute talks to break a deadlock that plunged...
  • Won't take part in airstrikes on Syria: Britain September 11, 2014

    Berlin: Britain's foreign secretary says his country won't participate in airstrikes on Syria, following an announcement from Washington that it would begin hitting targets inside the country. Speaking on Thursday after talks with his German counterpart FrankWalter Steinmeier, Philip Hammond said that Britain won't be "revisiting" the issue after Parliament...
  • Need hair care and styling tips? Watch Alia Bhatt on 'Philips MTV The Look' August 24, 2014

    Mumbai: Bollywood's young talent Alia Bhatt is set to offer hairstyling tips to her fans. She will do so via MTV's digital show "Philips MTV The Look", which offers a plethora of stylish hairdo ideas and tips to make people's locks look good. Alia will be seen sharing some of her favourite...
  • Former aide to Britain's Prince Philip charged with sex abuse July 31, 2014

    London: The former personal assistant of Britain's Prince Philip has been charged with sexually abusing a girl while he was working for the royal family in the 1970s, prosecutors said. Benjamin Herman, 79, was the personal assistant or "equerry" to the 93yearold husband of Queen Elizabeth from 1971 to 1974....
  • Filmmaker Philip Marshak, director of 'Night Train To Terror', dies of leukaemia July 29, 2014

    London: Philip Marshak, who wrote and directed several classic films, including 'Night Train To Terror', 'Cataclysm' and 'Dracula Sucks', is dead. He was 80. He died July 27 surrounded by his family at his home here after a long battle with leukaemia, diabetes and heart disease, reports contactmusic.com. Marshak began his Hollywood...
  • Watch: The first trailer for 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I' takes the series to a whole new level July 28, 2014

    After two morsels of teasers, 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I' finally has a trailer! The trailers pick up from where the first two films have left off; The Capitol is upset over the events of the first two films, Katniss is the face of the rebellion, and Philip Seymour...
  • Philips, Disney India join hands to create LED lighting products for kids July 25, 2014

    Mumbai: Philips Lighting has teamed up with entertainment company Disney India to create LED lighting products for kids. The range will be available exclusively on Amazon India's ecommerce platform, the two companies said in a statement. "The blend of Philips' expertise in lighting and Disney's beloved characters will transform kids rooms to...
  • World Cup 2014: Attention to detail, milkshakes fire German glory July 15, 2014

    The omens were not good. In late May, as the Germany football team gathered at their World Cup training camp in Italy, news broke that manager Joachim Loew had been stripped of his driver's license for six months after a series of speeding tickets. Days earlier, Kevin Grosskreutz, a versatile defender,...
  • Queen smashes whisky, gives her name to Britain's biggest warship July 5, 2014

    London: Queen Elizabeth II smashed a bottle of whisky against Britain's biggest warship on Friday as she gave her name to the new aircraft carrier at a ceremony in Scotland. The 65,000tonne HMS Queen Elizabeth is one of two carriers being built at a combined cost of 6.2 billion ($10.6...
  • Queen Elizabeth II visits 'Game of Thrones' set June 24, 2014

    London: Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh met cast and production members of HBO's hit TV show 'Game of Thrones' during a tour of their set in Belfast, Northern Ireland.The US television series is partly filmed in the city's Titanic Quarter and is a focal point for Northern...
  • Philips Electronics wins patent case against Nintendo June 22, 2014

    Amsterdam: Philips Electronics NV said on Friday it had won a patent infringement cases against Nintendo in the United Kingdom, the first of four lawsuits filed against the Japanese gaming company. Philips spokesman Bjorn Teuwsen said the patent related to motion and gesture tracking systems used in the Wii game console. "It's...
  • Philips reenters Indian handset market, launches three new Android phones May 28, 2014

    New Delhi: Marking its comeback to the Indian mobile handset market, electronics giant Philips announced a new range of smartphones W6610, W3500, S308 and a feature phone E130 targeting professionals and technology enthusiasts. The handsets are priced between Rs 1,96020,650. The company said it will...
  • With four new phones, Philips all set to reenter Indian mobile phone market May 28, 2014

    New Delhi: Reentering the Indian mobile phone market, Philips is all set to launch four new phones in India one feature phone and three Android smartphones. Starting at Rs 1,960 for the feature phone, the prices for Philips smartphones will go up to Rs 20,650 for the highend Android...
  • Two Indian journalists virtually expelled from Pakistan May 14, 2014

    Islamabad/New Delhi: The two Indian journalists posted to Pakistan have been virtually expelled by the Pakistan government without assigning any reasons. Press Trust of India's (PTI) Snehesh Alex Philip and The Hindu's Meena Menon received letters late on Tuesday night from the Pakistan government informing them that their visas are...
  • Pakistan asks two Indian journalists to leave country in a week May 10, 2014

    Islamabad: Two Indian journalists Meena Menon of 'The Hindu' and Snehesh Alex Philip of the Press Trust of India (PTI) based in Islamabad have been asked to leave Pakistan in a week's time after their visas were not renewed for the last two months. The Pakistan government has not given...
  • Watch 'A Most Wanted Man': The late Philip Seymour Hoffman is just terrific in one of his last film trailers just out April 12, 2014

    He was only 46, busy as ever and secure in his standing as one of the world's greatest actors. There were no dissenters about the gifts and achievements of Philip Seymour Hoffman, whose death in New York brought a stunning halt to his extraordinary and unpredictable career. An Oscar winner and...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman's last film to be released in May March 8, 2014

    Los Angeles: Late actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's last movie as a leading man is set to release in summer this year. The movie, directed by John Slattery, has now been given a May 9 release date in the US, reports femalefirst.co.uk. Hoffman, who died on Feb 2 this year, filmed 'God's Pocket'...
  • Amy Adams breaks down while talking about Philip Seymour Hoffman February 21, 2014

    Los Angeles: Actress Amy Adams became emotional and broke down while talking about the late Oscarwinning star Philip Seymour Hoffman during a show. While appearing on an episode of a show, the 'American Hustle' star became very emotional as she called him a "beautiful spirit", reported E! Online. "Gosh, I...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman leaves bulk of estate to longterm partner February 20, 2014

    Oscarwinning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died suddenly earlier this month of a suspected drug overdose, left the bulk of his estate to his longterm companion Marianne O'Donnell, according to a will filed in New York court on Wednesday. Hoffman, 46, who won a best actor Oscar for his role in...
  • Was Philip Seymour Hoffman trapped in a love triangle? February 13, 2014

    New York: Philip Seymour Hoffman was reportedly involved in a love triangle before his death, according to the private diaries discovered from his home. The Oscar winner was "caught in between" his relationship with longtime girlfriend Mimi O'Donnell and a woman with whom he he'd recently met, the New York Post...
  • Hoffman's personal diaries reveal his struggle with addiction February 12, 2014

    New York: Oscarwinning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's two personal diaries that were found during investigation reportedly reveal his struggle to overcome his addiction. Cops investigating the 46yearold actor's death on February 2 due to an apparent drug overdose, discovered two of his private journals in his New York City apartment,...