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MNS-affiliate gives Pakistani artists 48-hours to leave India

MNS Chitrapat Sena said that they have given Pakistani actors and artist a 48-hour deadline to leave India, or else, they will ‘push them out’.........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Sep 16

Limited Edition Lamborghini Huracan Avio Launched In India At Rs. 3.71 Crore

The limited edition Lamborghini Huracan Avio, a tribute to aviation and aeronautics, was launched today in India at Rs. 3.71 crore (ex-showroom). The supercar, which was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year along with the Lamborghini Centenario, will have limited production run of only 250 units.........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Sep 16

Waste Management Company ‘Extracarbon’ Is Justifying The Purpose of ‘Swachh Bharat’

This determined mission has evoked a sense of responsibility among us and without our dedicated efforts, this initiative will lose its gravity. Not only people but the industries, especially the waste management sector, has a significant role to play. And one such organisation is ‘Extracarbon‘ which helps recycle dry, solid waste to preserve the deteriorating environment.........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Sep 16

IPL is worth $4.5 billion: BCCI

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has claimed that brand IPL is worth $4.5 billion, or INR 27,000 crore. In its annual report for 2015-16, the board has mentioned that this staggering figure for 'cricket's biggest brand' was calculated by valuation appraisal firm Duff & Phelpsres........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Sep 16

Opposition to Galileo Was Scientific, Not Just Religious

In 1614, when the telescope was new technology, a young man in Germany published a book filled with illustrations of the exciting new things being discovered telescopically: moons circling Jupiter, moon-like phases of Venus, spots on the Sun, the rough and cratered lunar surface. The young man was Johann Georg Locher and his book was Mathematical Disquisitions Concerning Astronomical Controversies and Novelties. And while Locher heaped praise upon Galileo, he challenged ideas that Galileo championed – on scientific grounds.........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Sep 16

Are these the strangest relics in history?

Religions have long venerated the remnants of revered figures. But, as Kelly Grovier explains, there are intriguing secular relics too – from Einstein’s eyes to Napoleon’s penis.........Read more

Bookmarked on 16th Sep 16

Need Some AI? Yeah, There’s a Marketplace for That

Algorithmia joins the effort to democratize AI, using the same marketplace model that startups have applied to so many other goods and services.........Read more

Bookmarked on 16th Sep 16

Another Girl Makes India Proud! Wrestler Manisha Becomes 38kg World Champion At Junior Meet

There's no stopping sporting success for India at the world stage. After owning successes at the Rio Olympics and Paralympics, India's girls are continuing their bid to make the nation proud. It is now turn of young Manisha who has won become the world champion at the Junior World Wrestling Championships in Tbilisi, Georgia.........Read more

Bookmarked on 16th Sep 16

India Shoring Up Its Defence On The Border With China- Su-30MKI Lands In Agartala

In a fresh attempt to beef up its presence in the Northeast, the Indian Air Force (IAF) on Thursday landed a Sukhoi Su-30MKI at a civilian airport in Agartala. The aircraft- said to be on a routine training mission- departed soon after it landed. ........Read more

Bookmarked on 16th Sep 16

Why ABVP has stronger chances to win JNUSU elections

A spectre is haunting JNU — the spectre of Hindutva fascism. All the powers of social democracy on campus were supposed to enter into a holy alliance to exorcise this spectre, but the internecine ideological battles within the Left, as well as the recent allegation of rape against a leader of the All India Students’ Association (AISA) has resulted in a fractured field that leaves open the prospect of victory in the September 9 JNUSU elections for the Sangh-affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).........Read more

Bookmarked on 7th Sep 16

Inner Truth: Physical and Spiritual Dimensions

Inner Truth: Physical and Spiritual Dimensions - Those who have even preliminary acquaintance with the structure and laws of the inner spheres of existence know that the isolation of human beings is a fiction.........Read more

Bookmarked on 7th Sep 16

India may get 5G with the rest of the world

India stands a chance to get 5G technology with the rest of the world as the country enters an era of Internet of Things (IoT), Telecom Secretary J S Deepak said.........Read more

Bookmarked on 7th Sep 16

Maruti Suzuki Ignis Launch Scheduled For The Festive Season; Features, Specifications And Other Details

Maruti Suzuki India is set to launch it in India later this year. Slated for a festive season launch, the Maruti Suzuki Ignis is expected to slightly different in terms of styling and a bit short on features compared to the Japan-spec Suzuki Ignis.........Read more

Bookmarked on 25th Aug 16

Why India's sports administration often fails: Only 1 of 27 sports bodies is headed by an athlete

The Athletics Federation of India is the only sports association among 27 studied to have a former national athlete as president.........Read more

Bookmarked on 25th Aug 16

Chikungunya doesn't kill but patients suffer a lot

Doctors say the government is undercounting cases of the viral infection, which can lead to severe joint pain often lasting several months.........Read more

Bookmarked on 25th Aug 16

LG V20 leak shows the Android phone is keeping its second screen

LG's V20 is set to debut on September 6th, but mobile leaker Evan Blass has already got his hands on a high-resolution image of the Android flagship and posted it to Twitter. The image shows off a...........Read more

Bookmarked on 25th Aug 16

Scientists find Earth-like planet circling sun’s nearest neighbour

Scientists Wednesday announced the discovery of an Earth-sized planet orbiting the star nearest our Sun.........Read more

Bookmarked on 25th Aug 16

India set up "Baloch Operation Cell" against Pakistan

India has allegedly set up Baloch Operation Cell to destabilize and sabotage progress work in Pakistan.The Media reports said that India has set up a new cell Baloch Operation Cell to strengthen their network in Balochistan and sabotage development work. The Indian premier spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has called a Pakistani Baloch separatist Majadik Dilshad and his wife in India to devise a radical force comprising Baloch separatist across the world and give them military training to use in Balochistan. The reports further said the RAW has set up a new desk in their headquarters to instigate Baloch liberation movement with Baloch separatist elements. The reports said that Dilshad and his wife have provided secret information about Pakistan to India.........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Aug 16

Rio 2016: 6 instances of official apathy towards Indian athletes that will make your blood boil

Rio 2016: 6 instances of official apathy towards Indian athletes that will make your blood boil - Our Indian athletes came face to face with what can only be described as total apathy from the travelling contingent who treated it like a vacation.........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Aug 16

Caterpillar train: Indian Railways engineer's idea wins at MIT climate contest

The idea won both the popular choice and the judges' choice categories from among 500 entries from across the world at the Climate CoLab contest.........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Aug 16

Should you charge your phone overnight?

Chances are, you plug in your phone before you go to bed at night, thinking it's best to greet the morning with a fully charged device. Many people don't expect to keep their phones for much longer than two years........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Aug 16

A Huge Crack Is Spreading Across One Of Antarctica's Biggest Ice Shelves

For some time, scientists who focus on Antarctica have been watching the progression of a large crack in one of the world's great ice shelves - Larsen C, the most northern major ice shelf of the Antarctic peninsula, and the fourth largest Antarctic ice shelf overall.........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Aug 16

India could have won 1962 war?

People of India right after its independence take pride in defeating Pakistan in two battles in 1965 and 1971 though it lost some part of Kashmir du........Read more

Bookmarked on 23rd Aug 16

BBB should appoint top executives at state-owned banks, says Rajan

Outgoing Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan has stressed the need to improve governance at public sector banks and said the task of appointing top executives and non-official directo........Read more

Bookmarked on 17th Aug 16

Rio 2016: PV Sindhu Stuns World No 2 to Enter Women's Singles Semis

Faced with a much higher rated opponent, the 21-year-old from Hyderabad scripted a 22-20, 21-19 victory over the former World No.1 at the Riocentro Pavilion 4 here on Tuesday.........Read more

Bookmarked on 17th Aug 16

Hike joins the unicorn club, raises $175 mn

Its existing investors SoftBank Group, Bharti Enterprises and Tiger Global also participated in the fourth round of funding........Read more

Bookmarked on 17th Aug 16

Great track and field athletes in Olympic history

Let us have a look at some of the big names in the history of Olympics. Jesse Owens specialised in the sprints and the long jump and was recognised as "perhaps the greatest and most famous at........Read more

Bookmarked on 31st Jul 16

This is how the Gangajal is bottled

Please remove your shoes before entering the room,' comes the unusual request from a senior official at the Rail Mail Service (RMS) Bhawan near Delhi's Kashmere Gate. The room in question was unremarkable until recently, when it became a reliquary fo........Read more

Bookmarked on 31st Jul 16

Ashwin and Rahul floor West Indies

R Ashwin's five-for helped India bowl West Indies out for 196, following which KL Rahul struck a half-century on his Test comeback to keep his team on top in Kingston........Read more

Bookmarked on 31st Jul 16

New age for airships calls for new age in repairs

(Tech Xplore)—Lockheed Martin said that Hybrid Airships offer large cargo capacities with significant reductions in fuel consumption compared to other air vehicles.........Read more

Bookmarked on 31st Jul 16

Salman's lawyers reach 200 crore club, confident of earning more as govt could challenge acquittal

Its not just Salman's films, lawyers fighting his numerous court cases are also reaching the 200Cr club. His recent acquittal in the black buck case has made his lawyer richer by a few 100 crores, beating the lawyer who fought the bollywood actors previous case by a few crores.........Read more

Bookmarked on 26th Jul 16

To say sorry or not: The different shades of apology politics in India

Arvind Kejriwal on Monday morning washed utensils at the Golden Temple community kitchen for 45 minutes offering sewa (voluntary service) -- his........Read more

Bookmarked on 18th Jul 16

Lenovo, Apple among fastest growing smartphone vendors in India – Tech2

Apple continued to climb in India, increasing shipments by 56% to make it the second fastest-growing vendor in the top 10.........Read more

Bookmarked on 7th May 16

Hacker trades millions of Gmail, Yahoo mail logins for just $1 - Times of India

The discovery of 272.3 million stolen accounts included a majority of users of Mail.ru, Russia's most popular email service, and smaller fractions of Google, Yahoo and Microsoft email users, said Alex Holden, founder and chief information security officer of Hold Security.........Read more

Bookmarked on 5th May 16

Snapdeal acquires predictive marketing technology firm TargetingMantra – Tech2

Snapdeal announced the acquisition of ‘TargetingMantra’, a boutique technology company, which working in the field of personalising shopping experience for customers on e-commerce platforms.........Read more

Bookmarked on 5th May 16

Virtustream looking to build cloud systems dedicated to Indian government - The Economic Times

The Indian government has big digital plans and projects on improving tax collection through the use of analytics would require a large, secure cloud environment.........Read more

Bookmarked on 5th May 16

Honda BR-V price ranges between Rs 8.75 lakh – Rs 12.90 lakh in India; returns 21.9 kmpl mileage

Honda Cars India, today, launched the much-awaited compact SUV – Honda BR-V – in the country. Priced between Rs 8.75 lakh – Rs 12.90 lakh, the BR-V will take on the Renault Duster, Hyundai Creta, Nissan Terrano and Mahindra Scorpio.........Read more

Bookmarked on 5th May 16

Flipkart stake marked down 20% further by 2 investors - The Economic Times

Valic marked the value of their Flipkart shares at $98.19 per unit for February quarter, down 20.2% from $123.11 assigned at the end of November 2015.........Read more

Bookmarked on 5th May 16