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 Manish Malhotra joins campaign against gender violence

Manish Malhotra joins campaign against gender violence

26 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Ace Indian fashion designer Manish Malhotra will be involved in the launch of WEvolve global campaign at the forthcoming Lakme Fashion Week (LFW).

Manish Malhotra,   fashion designer,   gender violence,   WEvolve global campaign,   Lakme Fashion Week ,  
HSBC <strong>gets</strong> summons from Indian Tax Department; fears significant fines

HSBC gets summons from Indian Tax Department; fears significant fines

23 Feb 2015

London: Facing a multi-nation probe for "alleged tax evasion, money laundering and unlawful cross-border banking solicitation", global giant HSBC on Monday said it has been served summons by the Indian tax department.

HSBC India,   HSBC Bank,   Indian Tax Department,   HSBC gets summons,  
Sensor-packed smartphones to secure your device

Sensor-packed smartphones to secure your device

26 Feb 2015

New York: An Indian-origin scientist and his team are adapting accelerometers, Global Positioning System (GPS) chips, gyroscopes and other sensors to make smartphones that can read a user's mood, eliminate passwords, protect financial transactions and more.

Accelerometers,   Global Positioning System,   GPS,   Gyroscopes,   Sensors,   Smartphones,   Passwords,   Financial transactions,  
North Korean leader orders army to be 'fully prepared' for <strong>war</strong>: Report

North Korean leader orders army to be 'fully prepared' for war: Report

23 Feb 2015

Seoul: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has asked the country's army to be "fully prepared" for war at an important meeting of the ruling party, according to reports.

North Korean leader,   Kim Jong-un,   army,   war,   Central Military Commission,  
<strong>Apple</strong> Inc aims to start production of electric vehicle by 2020: Report

Apple Inc aims to start production of electric vehicle by 2020: Report

20 Feb 2015

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc aims to begin producing an electric vehicle as early as 2020, Bloomberg cited people with knowledge of the matter as saying, a seemingly aggressive target for a mobile devices maker with little experience in car manufacture.

Apple Inc,   Apple electric car,   A123 Systems,   iPhone,   Apple car,  
Sensex rises 228 points on <strong>global</strong> cues, Budget hopes

Sensex rises 228 points on global cues, Budget hopes

25 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 228 points in morning trade on Wednesday amid a firming global trend and hopes of a growth-oriented Budget.

Sensex,   stocks market,   Nifty,   BSE,   NSE,   stocks ,  
Only 13 percent Indian subscribers on 3G-4G networks: Facebook

Only 13 percent Indian subscribers on 3G-4G networks: Facebook

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Only 13 percent of subscribers in India are using 3G and 4G networks even as high speed mobile data services are being around for over two years, a study by Facebook-led Internet.org said on Wednesday.

Indian 3G subscribers,   4G subscribers,   Facebook,   Internet,   Broadband,   global partnership,   internet access,  
<strong>Apple</strong> granted <strong>patent</strong> for GoPro-like cameras: Report

Apple granted patent for GoPro-like cameras: Report

14 Jan 2015

Apple Inc has been granted a patent for a wearable camera that could possibly challenge action cameras made by GoPro Inc, intellectual property blog Patently Apple reported.

Apple Inc,   Patent,   Wearable camera,   Action cameras,   GoPro Inc,   Intellectual property,  
America 'not at <strong>war</strong> with Islam': President Obama

America 'not at war with Islam': President Obama

19 Feb 2015

Washington: President Barack Obama has said that America is "not at war with Islam" but with people who have perverted the religion, asserting that terror groups like ISIS and al-Qaeda do not speak for a billion Muslims who reject their extremist ideology.

war with Islam,   Islam,   Barack Obama,   US President,   America,   ISIS,   al-Qaeda ,  
Plant biomass can feed <strong>global</strong> chemical industry

Plant biomass can feed global chemical industry

23 Feb 2015

Tokyo: Researchers from the University of Tokyo have developed a novel selective catalyst that allows the creation of several basic chemicals from biomass instead of petroleum.

Plant biomass,   global chemical industry,   University of Tokyo,   petroleum,  

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