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Panasonic raises profit outlook as restructuring kicks in

Panasonic raises profit outlook as restructuring kicks in

31 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Panasonic Corp raised its full-year operating profit outlook by 13 percent and returned to a net cash positive position for the first time in five years after a drastic restructuring chopped unprofitable product lines in smartphones, plasma TVs and semiconductor chips.

Panasonic Corporation,   Panasonic profit,   Panasonic revenue,   Panasonic sales,   Panasonic smartphones,   Panasonic plasma TVs,   Panasonic semiconductor chips,  
LG plans quantum dot <strong>TVs</strong> alongside OLED sets

LG plans quantum dot TVs alongside OLED sets

29 Oct 2014

LG Electronics Inc, maker of expensive OLED display televisions, said it will supplement its line-up of next-generation TVs with sets using cheaper quantum dot display technology under a dual-track strategy.

LG Electronics,   LG tvS,   OLED televisions,   next-generation TVs,   quantum dot display,   LG LED TV,  
<strong>TV</strong> show airs video of Maradona attacking ex-girlfriend

TV show airs video of Maradona attacking ex-girlfriend

29 Oct 2014

Buenos Aires: An Argentine television programme aired a video on Tuesday showing footie legend Diego Maradona hitting his ex-girlfriend, Rocio Oliva, hours after the soccer idol had said he "never raised a hand" against a woman.

Buenos Aires,   Argentine television programme,   footie legend,   Diego Maradona,   ex-girlfriend,   Rocio Oliva,   ,  
Delhi boy Rohan Gandotra to play lead in 'Everest'

Delhi boy Rohan Gandotra to play lead in 'Everest'

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Delhi boy Rohan Gandotra has been chosen to play the male lead in Ashotush Gowariker's TV debut show 'Everest'. Rohan will play Aakash Joshi, a dare-devil journalist, on the show and will be seen making a documentary on the highest mountain range.

Rohan Gandotra,   Everest,   Ashotush Gowariker,   Ashotush Gowariker's TV show,   Hindi Tv serials,   Star Plus serials,   ,  
Samsung, Airtel launch integrated digital <strong>TVs</strong>

Samsung, Airtel launch integrated digital TVs

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Korean electronics major Samsung and direct-To-Home (DTH) service provider Airtel digital TV announced partnership to launch range of integrated digital TVs (iDTV).

Electronics,   Samsung,   Samsung HD TV,   Samsung LED TV,   Direct-To-Home,   DTH,   Airtel digital TV,   iDTV,  
Arise to focus on mobile handset and smart <strong>TV</strong> segments

Arise to focus on mobile handset and smart TV segments

26 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Electrical goods and consumer electronics maker Arise India is looking to tap the fast growing mobile handset and smart TV segments as part of plans to grow revenue by over 20 per cent this fiscal to Rs 1,550 crore.

Arise India,   Mobile Hanset,   TV Segments,   LED TV,   Android-based App on TV,   Android Jellybean 4.2 OS,  
Reality <strong>TV</strong> star Sanam Johar wins 'Dare 2 Dance'

Reality TV star Sanam Johar wins 'Dare 2 Dance'

27 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Reality TV star Sanam Johar has won the first season of talent hunt show 'Dare 2 Dance' by defeating co-contestants Emilie Caillon and Kunwar Amar.

Sanam Johar,   Dare 2 Dance,   Emilie Caillon,   Kunwar Amar,   Akshay Kumar,   ,  
Indian-<strong>American</strong> discovers stem cells to kill brain cancer

Indian-American discovers stem cells to kill brain cancer

26 Oct 2014

Houston: In a breakthrough, a team of Harvard scientists led by an Indian-American researcher has discovered a novel way to fight deadly brain cancer with toxin-resistant stem cells. Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital led by Dr Khalid Shah, who hails from Kashmir, experimented on mice and used genetically engineered stem cells that released cancer-killing toxins while leaving healthy cells unaffected.

Brain Cancer,   HSCI,   Massachusetts General Hospital,   Indian- American Researcher,   Dr Khalid Shah,   Stem Cells Journal ,  
Obama nominates Indian-<strong>American</strong> as Ambassador to Sweden

Obama nominates Indian-American as Ambassador to Sweden

24 Oct 2014

Washington: President Barack Obama has nominated a major fundraiser for his presidential campaign Indian-American Azita Raji as US Ambassador to Sweden. A former investment banker, California-based Raji served as national vice-chair of finance for Obama's presidential campaign in 2012.

Obama,   nominates Indian-American,   Ambassador to Sweden,   Barack Obama,   ambassador,   Indian-American Azita Raji,  
<strong>TV</strong> actors' Diwali celebrations plans

TV actors' Diwali celebrations plans

23 Oct 2014

Mumbai: For TV actors Divyanka Tripathi, Karan Patel, and Mihika Verma Diwali mean sweets, rangolis and family time with friends. This year too they all have plans to make the best of the festival.

Devolina,   Divyanka Tripathi,   Karan Patel,   Mihika Verma,   Anita Hassanandani,   ,  

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