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  • Sony launches compact cameras with 60x optical zoom April 15, 2015

    New Delhi: Sony is bringing the power of superzoom into your pocket with its latest range of cyber-shot cameras which are sleek in design, yet offer powerful zoom. The Sony Cyber-shot HX90V and WX500 are two small point-and-shoot cameras with 30x optical and 60x digital zoom- a Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens. Both...
  • Turning Point: Masand in conversation with Navdeep Singh March 28, 2015

    CNN IBN Movies Editor Rajeev Masand talks to 'NH10' director Navdeep Singh about a film that changed his life and inspired him to become a director. ...
  • ICC World Cup: Why is beating Australia so tough for India? March 26, 2015

    India were knocked out of the World Cup 2015 after Australia defeated them by 95 runs. ...
  • World Cup: Chris Harris turns anchor as Ponting, Srikkanth face off March 25, 2015

    Kris Srikkanth, Ricky Ponting sqaure off ahead of the big semi-final with Chris Harris as umpire. ...
  • World Cup: Can nobody stop the Dhoni juggernaut for the second time? March 19, 2015

    Rohit Sharma slammed a brilliant 126-ball 137 and Umesh Yadav took a four-for to help India thrash Bangladesh by a 109 runs. ...
  • SBI to snap up four posh Air India flats in Mumbai for Rs 90 crore March 8, 2015

    New Delhi: Cash-starved national carrier Air India is set to seal a real estate deal with State Bank of India, which has "in principle" agreed to acquire four of its posh residential properties in south Mumbai for Rs 90 crore. The airline had been scouting for a buyer for its four...
  • Turning Point: Masand in conversation with Sharat Katariya March 7, 2015

    CNN IBN Movies Editor Rajeev Masand talks to Bollywood director Sharat Katariya about a film that changed his life and inspired him to become a director. ...
  • Turning Point: Director Sriram Raghavan's take on 'The Shawshank Redemption' February 28, 2015

    Bollywood director Sriram Raghavan takes on the 1994 Hollywood movie 'The Shawshank Redemption' directed by Frank Darabont. ...
  • Check Point buys Israeli cyber security firm Hyperwise February 20, 2015

    Israeli:Internet and network security provider Check Point Software Technologies has bought Israeli start-up Hyperwise, saying it will help it compete in the fast-growing cyber security market. Check Point said on Wednesday it paid "tens of millions of dollars" for Hyperwise, a company with roots in Israel's military intelligence and electronic espionage...
  • Turning Point: Masand in conversation with R Balki January 31, 2015

    CNN IBN Movies Editor Rajeev Masand talks to Bollywood Director R Balki about a film that changed his life and inspired him to become a director. ...
  • 'Connaught Place 6th most expensive office location in world' December 30, 2014

    New Delhi: Connaught Place in the Capital city has become the world's sixth most costliest office destination, moving up two positions from eighth rank earlier, property consultant CBRE said on Tuesday. Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai remained at 16th rank and Nariman Point at 32nd in the list of Top...
  • Chetan Bhagat: My books are not classics, but they're not of the read-and-throw variety; they fall in the middle - they connect, have an impact November 21, 2014

    New Delhi: India's biggest-selling author in English is often dismissed as persona non grata by literary critics, but that doesn't faze Chetan Bhagat. Ten years on as a professional writer, the banker-turned-author says he is better prepared to face criticism. "I can dispassionately talk about it. It cannot bother me enough to...
  • Is India prepared for Ebola threat? October 17, 2014

    No cases of Ebola have been reported in India so far, but several measures have already been put in place to screen Ebola cases. CNN-IBN discusses with a panel of experts if India is prepared for the Ebola threat. ...
  • Turning Point: Masand in conversation with Rohit Shetty October 11, 2014

    CNN IBN Movies Editor Rajeev Masand talks to Bollywood Director Rohit Shetty about a film that changed his life and inspired him to become a director. ...
  • English the new caste system, decides if you can have a girlfriend, job: Chetan Bhagat October 10, 2014

    New Delhi: Facing criticism for the crass Hindi lines used in his latest book 'Half Girlfriend, author Chetan Bhahat has hit out at critics saying that English has become the new caste system in India. He also went on to say that English even decides whether or not a person can...
  • Can 'Swachh Bharat' be a reality? October 2, 2014

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Swachh Bharat mission on Gandhi Jayanti on Thursday, exhorting his fellow citizens to make cleanliness a priority. We asked experts - Can 'Swachh Bharat' be a reality? ...
  • Delhi Metro to operate at highest point in Dhaula Kuan September 26, 2014

    New Delhi: Delhi Metro trains will now operate at a height of 23.6 meters at Dhaula Kuan under phase III, a major engineering feat in its construction history. The Metro viaduct between South Campus and Delhi Cantonment metro stations of the under-construction 59 km-long Majlis Park-Shiv Vihar corridor, which will cross...
  • Modi's big statement to CNN: Is the PM reaching out to the Indian Muslims? September 19, 2014

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in an exclusive interview to CNN, said that no Indian Muslim will respond to the al Qaeda's call for recruitment. He added that their patriotism could not be questioned. We ask: Is the PM reaching out to the Indian Muslims? ...
  • What we know so far and four wildly speculative story lines for Chetan Bhagat's upcoming book 'Half Girlfriend' September 19, 2014

    New Delhi: With Chetan Bhagat's latest book release just around the corner, we are sure that all his fans and readers are aching to know what the story will be about. To make things easier for his fans, we have made a list of concrete things we know about the...
  • Gmail passwords leaked: How safe is internet usage in India? September 12, 2014

    As a list of nearly 5 million combinations of Gmail addresses and passwords was made available to the public online on Tuesday, India comes to terms with developing a more stringent cyber policing and norms to deal with any such eventuality in the future. ...
  • Madras HC wants premarital tests: Is it invasion of privacy? August 28, 2014

    In a landmark ruling, the Madurai Bench of Madras High Court on Thursday suggested that prospective couples should get premarital clinical examinations to avoid impotency and sexually transmitted diseases (STD) spoiling matrimonial lives. ...
  • Six years since 26/11 terror attacks: Chabad House then and now August 26, 2014

    Six years after the gruesome 26/11 terror attacks on the Chabad House in South Mumbai, the Jewish learning center reopened on Tuesday. The house now has a Jewish Museum on the fourth and the fifth floors. ...
  • Is politics destroying the credibility of the Bharat Ratna? August 11, 2014

    It's an award that has often sparked off a row. The highest civilian honour the Bharat Ratna, this time too, has led to speculation that there could be multiple recipients and political parties are coming up with their own list of who should be given the award. ...
  • Will Justice Katju's tirade reform or tarnish the judiciary? August 11, 2014

    Press Council of India Chairman Markandeya Katju has yet again alleged corruption in judiciary, claiming that Justice SH Kapadia had received several complaints of corruption against a senior Allahabad High Court judge. Judiciary is amongst the four pillars of our democracy. Any attempt made to change the character of working...
  • Photos: The Sunset Points of India: 11 locations you must visit to watch the most breathtaking and spectacular sunsets August 11, 2014

    If you've travelled across the length and breadth of the country, you may have seen quite a few Sunset Points in your lifetime. Even if you're a movie buff, you might have noticed how every movie shot on a hill station always has a sunset point that is supposed to...
  • UPSC CSAT row: Is government bending to regional pressure? August 4, 2014

    With an unrelenting agitation to scrap the UPSC CSAT exam by civil service aspirants, the government on Monday decided that the marks in English language comprehension skills in the Civil Service Aptitude Test will not be included in preparing the merit list. However, opposition parties raised objections in Rajya Sabha...
  • Haryana vs Punjab: should states have different gurudwara committees? July 25, 2014

    The Haryana government passed a legislation earlier this month to create a separate HSGPC for the state, a decision which has angered the Punjab based SGPC which controls all the gurudwaras in the states of Haryana and Punjab.Punjab's Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has threatened to resign and lead a...
  • Is this the end of Brazil's unquestioned supremacy in world football? July 9, 2014

    Brazil faced the most humiliating defeat in Belo Horizonte when Germany thrashed them 71 in the World Cup semifinal. ...
  • Armed criminals loot Rs 3.61 lakh at gun point June 29, 2014

    Armed criminals on Sunday looted Rs 3.61 lakh from an employee of a commercial establishment in Nawada district of Bihar. Police officers said the incident happened when Rajdeo Prasad, an employee of one Pramod Traders at Gola Road, was returning after collecting money from various retailers. "He was waylaid near Bagibardiha crossing...
  • Connaught Place eighth most expensive office place in world June 19, 2014

    New Delhi: Connaught Place in Delhi has slipped one notch to become the world's eighth costliest office destination, property consultant CBRE said on Thursday. Mumbai's Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) was ranked sixteenth, and Nariman Point at thirtysecond in the list of Top 50 Costliest Global Office Markets. Delhi's Connaught Place...