28 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Micromax has announced three new android phones - Canvas Blaze 4G, Canvas Fire 4G and the Canvas Play 4G aimed at the budget 4G smartphone market segment.
27 Feb 2014
New Delhi: Attempting to gain the top spot in the Indian handset arena, smartphone giant Micromax is constantly working hard to deliver best in class products. This time, Canvas Duet II and Canvas Blaze HD have been listed on company’s official website.
18 Dec 2013
New Delhi: Indian mobile handset company Micromax on Wednesday launched dual SIM smartphone Canvas Blaze that includes one slot supporting MTS' CDMA network, for about Rs 11,000.
13 Sep 2016
Bangalore/Chennai: One person was killed and another injured in police firing in Karnataka as the Cauvery water sharing row with Tamil Nadu turned violent on Monday, escalating tensions between the two states.
08 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Domestic smartphone-maker Micromax launched Unite 4 Plus smartphone for Rs 7,999, thus extending its successful regional language-based Canvas Unite Series in the country.
10 Jun 2016
Berlin: Residents of a refugee centre in the German city of Duesseldorf set their shelter alight after a fight among Muslim refugees over Ramadan meals, a prosecutor said today, in an incident that is likely to increase unease among anti-immigrant groups.
21 Mar 2016
Mumbai: A fire that broke out at Deonar dumping ground in the eastern suburbs of the city is still raging, civic officials said.
12 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Targeting consumers in the urban centres, who are willing to upgrade to an integrated smarter home entertainment experience, Micromax on Wednesday announced the launch of its first Smart LED TV range - Micromax Canvas Smart LED TV.
14 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Geared up to take the top slot as an integrated devices and services company in India, domestic electronics player Micromax Informatics Ltd on Wednesday refreshed its corporate, brand and product strategy with the launch of "Micromax 3.0".
01 May 2016
Dehradun: After the government last night decided to press two MI-17 helicopters into service as NDRF, SDRF and Army personnel struggled to douse the flames which have claimed six lives and blighted around 1,900 hectares of forests in Uttarakhand, choppers today started spraying waters on the fire.