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Warner, Aaron in <strong>war</strong> of words over no-ball dismissal

Warner, Aaron in war of words over no-ball dismissal

12 Dec 2014

Adelaide: A dash of spice was finally added to what has been an emotionally-charged first India-Australia cricket Test when David Warner and Varun Aaron got involved in a war of words after the home batsman was called back by the umpire following a no-ball dismissal here on Friday.

India-Australia Test match,   David Warner,   Varun Aaron,   India tour of Australia,   Test series in Australia ,  
9 out of 10 phones to be smartphones by 2018: Gartner

9 out of 10 phones to be smartphones by 2018: Gartner

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Smartphone sales grew over 20 percent in the July-September quarter, 2014, on the back of strong growth in emerging markets, research firm Gartner said.

Smartphone,   Smartphone sales,   Smartphone users,   Smartphone market,   Apple,   Samsung,   LG,   Xiaomi,  
Coral reefs facing heat of thermal, chemical impact: Experts

Coral reefs facing heat of thermal, chemical impact: Experts

17 Dec 2014

Panaji: Coral reefs which are home to over 25 percent of marine life, are facing a double blow across the globe in the form of thermal and chemical impact, a senior scientist said.

Coral,   SAARC nations,   global warming,   Coral reefs,   marine life,   Thermal impact ,  
Air India offers discounted fares on select <strong>global</strong> routes

Air India offers discounted fares on select global routes

27 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Triggering a fresh round of fare war on international routes, national carrier Air India on Thursday announced limited-period heavily discounted two-way fares on select global flights, starting Rs 19,999 ahead of the winter holiday rush.

Fare war,   International routes,   National carrier,   Air India,   Discount,   Two-way fares,   Global flights,   Winter holiday,  
Xiaomi may face major set back in overseas market: Report

Xiaomi may face major set back in overseas market: Report

12 Dec 2014

Beijing: An Indian court which restrained the online sale of Xiaomi smartphones in India till February following a patent infringement petition from Ericsson could be a major setback for the Chinese company's "most important overseas market" and its globalisation plans, reports said on Friday.

Xiaomi India,   Xiaomi smartphones,   Indian court,   overseas market,   Ericsson patent infringement petition,   Xiaomi performance,   Delhi High Court,   Flipkart,  
Chinese President Xi says Japanese <strong>war</strong> crimes undeniable

Chinese President Xi says Japanese war crimes undeniable

13 Dec 2014

Beijing: President Xi Jinping on Saturday said that China will never forget Japan's war time atrocities but it will not hold grudge against the entire nation as the atrocious anti-human crimes were committed by few militarists.

Xi Jinping,   China,   Japan,   massacre,   National Memorial Day,   Nanjing Massacre,  
Shimla <strong>gets</strong> season's first snowfall

Shimla gets season's first snowfall

13 Dec 2014

Shimla: Popular tourist destination Shimla and its nearby areas on Saturday received the season's first snowfall, while the lower hills across Himachal Pradesh were lashed by rain, bringing the temperature down by several notches.

Shimla snowfall,   Shimla season first snowfall,   Shimla weather,   Himachal Pradesh,   Shimla temperature,   mild snowfall,   Himachal hill station,  
Original <strong>Apple</strong> computer sells for USD 365,000 at New York auction

Original Apple computer sells for USD 365,000 at New York auction

13 Dec 2014

NEW YORK: The last Apple-1 to have been sold by Steve Jobs out of his parents' garage fetched USD 365,000 at an auction recently.

Apple-1,   Steve Jobs,   Ricketts Apple-1,   Personal Computer,   Charles Ricketts,  
<strong>Apple</strong> pacts in Canada may have raised prices: CCB

Apple pacts in Canada may have raised prices: CCB

13 Dec 2014

OTTAWA/TORONTO: Canadian consumers may have ended up paying higher prices for cellphones and wireless services because of contracts between Apple Inc's  Canadian unit and domestic carriers, the Canadian Competition Bureau (CCB) said in a court filing this week.

Cellphones,   Wireless services,   Smartphone,   Apple Inc,   Apple iPhone,   Canadian Competition Bureau,   CCB,  
Rashtrapati Bhavan <strong>gets</strong> a new ceremonial hall

Rashtrapati Bhavan gets a new ceremonial hall

13 Dec 2014

New Delhi:Iconic Rashtrapati Bhavan has got a new ceremonial hall. The new addition is part of efforts to make Rashtrapati Bhavan a cultural hub and reflective of the aspirations of an 'on the move' India, President Pranab Mukherjee said as he inaugurated the ceremonial last evening in the presence of Vice President Hamid Ansari, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh among others.

Rashtrapati Bhavan,   Ceremonial Hall,  Pranab Mukherjee,   Narendra Modi,   Sumitra Mahajan,   Cultural Hub,  

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