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India suffer 0-<strong>5</strong> thrashing by UAE in Asian Games football

India suffer 0-5 thrashing by UAE in Asian Games football

15 Sep 2014

Incheon: The Indian men's football team suffered a humiliating 0-5 thrashing at the hands of United Arab Emirates in its Asian Games campaign opener and placed itself in a difficult position to advance to the next round of the tournament, here on Monday.

Indian men football team,   United Arab Emirates beat India,   Asian Games,  
App to help you get better Wi-Fi signal around house

App to help you get better Wi-Fi signal around house

15 Sep 2014

London: A new app that lets you map the Wi-Fi signal around your house can help you work out the best place to put your router.

App,   Wi-Fi signal,   Router,   Imperial College London,   Wi fi network,   internet,  
One in five US <strong>college</strong> students addicted to their smartphone

One in five US college students addicted to their smartphone

14 Sep 2014

Washington: One in five college students in the US rate themselves as totally dependent on their smartphones, with more than half admitting they use their device as a way of escaping from problems or relieving a bad mood, a new study has found.

smartphones,   smartphone addiction,   smartphone dependency,   phone addiction,   US,  
August inflation eases to nearly five-year low of 3.74 percent

August inflation eases to nearly five-year low of 3.74 percent

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Declining prices of vegetable and other food articles pulled down wholesale inflation sharply to 3.74 percent in August to a nearly five-year low. The inflation measured on Wholesale Price Index (WPI) was at 5.19 percent in July and 6.99 percent in August 2013. Inflation in the food segment witnessed a significant decline to 5.15 percent in August as against 8.43 percent in the previous month, according to official data released here on Monday.

August inflation,   5-year low,   3.74 percent,   economy,   inflation,   food inflation,   retail inflation,  
Top <strong>5</strong> Sensex cos lose Rs 36,971.61 crore from market cap

Top 5 Sensex cos lose Rs 36,971.61 crore from market cap

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The market valuation of top five Sensex companies fell by Rs 36,971.61 crore last week, with ONGC and Sun Pharma being the worst hit.

Market valuation,   Sensex companies,   ONGC,   Sun Pharma,   M cap,  
Asus sells over 1 lakh units Zenfone smartphones, aims to be among top <strong>5</strong> by next year

Asus sells over 1 lakh units Zenfone smartphones, aims to be among top 5 by next year

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Betting on the success of its Zenfone series of smartphones, Taiwanese tech major Asus is targeting to be among the top five players in the smartphone space in India by the end of 2015.

Zenfone smartphones,   Asus smartphones,   Asus India,   Asus mobiles,   Smartphones,  
Arjun Kapoor skips <strong>college</strong> visit due to security

Arjun Kapoor skips college visit due to security

13 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Actor Arjun Kapoor, who was set to visit his college, cancelled the trip at the last minute due to security concerns.

Arjun Kapoor,   Finding Fanny,   Deepika Padukone,   Naseeruddin Shah,   Dimple Kapadia,   Pankaj Kapur,  
No <strong>quick</strong> technology fix for problem bowlers: ICC

No quick technology fix for problem bowlers: ICC

10 Sep 2014

Melbourne: The ICC is cautiously optimistic that wearable sensors can provide the technological breakthrough needed to stamp out illegal bowling actions but does not expect them to be ready for trial in matches before mid-2015.

ICC,   illegal bowling actions,   cricket,  
Delhi-NCR most preferred city by <strong>college</strong> seekers

Delhi-NCR most preferred city by college seekers

11 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Students seeking admissions in the engineering line put premium on the reputation of the college, while those looking at MBA or other undergraduate courses choose a city before deciding on the institution, with Delhi-NCR as the most preferred region.

Delhi-NCR,   college seekers,   Delhi colleges,   students,   admission,   education,  
I was worried <strong>girls</strong> would hate me after 'Mardaani': Tahir

I was worried girls would hate me after 'Mardaani': Tahir

12 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Newcomer Tahir Raj Bhasin says his biggest worry while doing 'Mardaani' was that girls were going to hate him for his portrayal of man running a women trafficking gang.

Mardaani,   Tahir Raj Bhasin,   Rani Mukerji,   Aamir Khan,   Yash Raj Films,  

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