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Historian Bipan Chandra passes away

Historian Bipan Chandra passes away

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Noted historian Bipan Chandra passed away in his sleep on Saturday morning, family members said. He was 86.

Bipan Chandra,   historian,   History of Modern India,   The Rise and Growth of Economic Nationalism in India,   The Making of Modern India: From Marx to Gandhi,  
Rs one crore bounty on top Naxal leaders: CRPF

Rs one crore bounty on top Naxal leaders: CRPF

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Government has decided to announce a cash reward of Rs one crore on the head of top Naxal leaders and for informers who provide information about their whereabouts.

CRPF,   Naxal leaders,   anti-Naxal operations,   Naxal attacks in India,   Naxal groups,  
3rd ODI: <strong>India</strong> win toss, elect to bowl against England

3rd ODI: India win toss, elect to bowl against England

30 Aug 2014

Nottingham: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and invited Alastair Cook led England to bat first in the third one-day International at Trent Bridge, here on Saturday.

Indian cricket team,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   MS DHoni,   Alastair Cook,   India tour of England,   India in England,   Trent Bridge,   Live cricket scorecard,   live score india vs england,   india vs eng,   live match,   Rohit Sharma,  
Water ATMs bring smiles to faces of Rajasthan villagers

Water ATMs bring smiles to faces of Rajasthan villagers

30 Aug 2014

Barmer (Rajasthan): A Scottish energy major and modern technology have combined to bring about a revolution in two districts of Rajasthan that were infamous due to the scarcity of potable water.

Water ATMs in Rajasthan,   water scarcity in Rajasthan,   water scarcity in India,   Water level in India,   ,  
Malaysia, <strong>India</strong> to review economic cooperation pact

Malaysia, India to review economic cooperation pact

30 Aug 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia and India will soon review their economic cooperation pact, signed in 2011, to chart out ways to enhance and diversify trade further, the Indian High Commissioner to Malaysia has said.

Malaysia,   India,   Indo-Malaysian ties,   Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement,   Free Trade Agreement,   Malaysian investment,  
BlackBerry to launch Passport, Classic in <strong>India</strong> with QWERTY keyboard

BlackBerry to launch Passport, Classic in India with QWERTY keyboard

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: BlackBerry is planning to launch the Passport and Classic, two devices with QWERTY keyboard as its USP, in India.

BlackBerry,   QWERTY keyboard,   Passport,   Classic,   Sameer Bhatia,   BlackBerry India,   ,  
DoT may take two years for completion of NOFN project

DoT may take two years for completion of NOFN project

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Department of Telecom (DoT) is likely to work towards bringing forward the target dates for completion of National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) to June 2016 as the project is key to various 'Digital India' initiatives.

Department of Telecom,   DoT,   National Optical Fibre Network,   NOFN,   Digital India,  
Videocon launches V-Style Smart phone for Rs 2,950 in <strong>India</strong>

Videocon launches V-Style Smart phone for Rs 2,950 in India

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Videocon has launched four new feature phones, V-Style Mega, V-Style Curve, V-Style Flip and V-Style Mini in India.

Videocon launches,   V-Style Mega,   V-Style Curve,   V-Style Flip,   V-Style Mini ,  
Spice launches Fire One Mi FX1 smartphone for Rs 2,299 in <strong>India</strong>

Spice launches Fire One Mi FX1 smartphone for Rs 2,299 in India

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: With an aim to increase the market share in the affordable smartphone market in India, domestic handset maker Spice on Friday launched its new Firefox OS-powered smartphone Mi FX1, priced at Rs 2,299.

Spice,   Firefox OS phone,   Affordable smartphones,   Intex,   Firefox OS,   Spice Fire One Mi FX1 ,  
US Sikhs, lawmakers protest basketball ban on turbans

US Sikhs, lawmakers protest basketball ban on turbans

29 Aug 2014

Washington: Two US lawmakers, including the lone Indian-American Congressman, have joined Sikh community groups in protesting the world basketball body FIBA's delay in reviewing the discriminatory policy against Sikh basketball players who wear turbans.

United States,   Indian-American Congressman,   Sikh community,   FIBA,   International Basketball Federation,   Sikh players,   Sikh turban,   Basketball World Cup,   Sikh American Legal Defence and Education Fund,  

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