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Grenade attacks should serve as wake up <strong>call</strong> for government: Omar

Grenade attacks should serve as wake up call for government: Omar

24 Jul 2015

Srinagar: Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah today said the series of grenade attacks in Srinagar should serve as a wake up call for the PDP-led government.

Jammu and Kashmir CM,   Omar Abdullah,   Grenade attacks,   Srinagar,   PDP government,  
Regulate all messaging, voice <strong>call</strong> apps: Assocham to government

Regulate all messaging, voice call apps: Assocham to government

20 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Welcoming the proposal to regulate domestic Internet call services provided by apps like WhatsApp and Viber, industry body Assocham has said that the government should expand the scope of regulation to all kind of communication services offered by over the top players.

Domestic Internet calls,   Social networking apps,   WhatsApp,   Viber,   Assocham,  
Railways to <strong>call</strong> passengers for feedback on onboard amenities

Railways to call passengers for feedback on onboard amenities

17 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Faced with criticism of passenger amenities available onboard trains and in stations, the railways have launched a programme to call travelling passengers randomly on their mobile phone to collect feedback to improve services.

Passenger amenities,   Railways launch programme,   Feedback programme of Railways,   Indian Railways,   Suresh Prabhu,   Latest Nation News,  
Aircel cuts roaming <strong>rates</strong> in South India, offers free incoming

Aircel cuts roaming rates in South India, offers free incoming

10 Jun 2015

Bengaluru: Telecom operator Aircel today announced its customers in five southern states will not be charged for incoming calls and need to pay only 1 paisa per second for making calls while they are on roaming in the region from June 11.

Aircel cuts rates,   Free incoming,   Call rates,   Telecom operator,   Aircel,   Incoming,   Roaming rates,   Latest Business News,  
Petrol, diesel prices cut by Rs 2; but Delhi government hikes VAT

Petrol, diesel prices cut by Rs 2; but Delhi government hikes VAT

16 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Petrol and diesel prices were cut by Rs 2 per litre, excluding local levies, in the second reduction of rates this month by oil companies, but the petrol would actually become costlier in the national capital due to increase in VAT rate here.

Petrol price,   diesel price,   international oil rates,   petrol diesel rate,   Petrol price in Delhi,   fuel rates,   latest business news,  
Vodafone offers <strong>cheapest</strong> ever <strong>ISD</strong> <strong>rates</strong> for mobile users in Punjab circle

Vodafone offers cheapest ever ISD rates for mobile users in Punjab circle

12 Jun 2011

Launching the cheapest ISD call rates in the Indian market, leading GSM mobiles services provider Videocon Mobile Services (VMS) has come up with new ISD package, establishing another milestone in the Indian Telecom Industry.

cheapest ISD call rates,   cheapest ISD calls in India,   GSM mobiles services provider in India,   GSM service provider Videocon Mobile Services,   indian telecom industry,  
IPL spot-fixing: Sharad Pawar asks BCCI to <strong>call</strong> emergent meet in wake of Lodha verdict

IPL spot-fixing: Sharad Pawar asks BCCI to call emergent meet in wake of Lodha verdict

15 Jul 2015

Mumbai: MCA president Sharad Pawar wants the beleaguered BCCI to call an emergent meeting in the wake of two-year suspension handed out to Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals by the Supreme Court appointed Justice Lodha Committee.

IPL spot-fixing,   Lodha verdict,   Sharad Pawar,   BCCI,   BCCI emergent meeting,   Chennai Super Kings,   Rajasthan Royals,   Supreme Court,   Justice Lodha Committee,   Gurunath Meiyappan,   Raj Kundra,   latest sports news,  
Now, make unlimited free local, STD calls during night hours with BSNL landline phones

Now, make unlimited free local, STD calls during night hours with BSNL landline phones

01 May 2015

New Delhi: With an aim to revive its landline business, state-owned BSNL went that proverbial extra mile by introducing an unlimited free calling scheme during night hours.

BSNL landline,   BSNL call rates,   Unlimited free calls,   Free calling schemes,   Night call rates ,  
Manmohan Singh wanted to <strong>call</strong> off N-deal after US' killer proposals: Former NSA

Manmohan Singh wanted to call off N-deal after US' killer proposals: Former NSA

14 Jul 2015

Washington: Manmohan Singh told his team to 'call off' the Indo-US civil nuclear deal a night before its scheduled announcement by President George Bush after Americans came with a killer proposal to let India have just two of its nuclear reactors out of the international safeguards, a top aide of the former Prime Minister has said.

Manmohan Singh,   Indo US civil nuclear deal,   George Bush,   Former Prime Minister,   Nuclear deal,   Latest World News,  
Tunisia PM to ring Cameron over <strong>call</strong> for tourists to leave

Tunisia PM to ring Cameron over call for tourists to leave

10 Jul 2015

Tunis: Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid said he would telephone British counterpart David Cameron today to respond to his government's advice that the North African nation was unsafe for holidays.

Tunisia,   Tunisian Prime Minister,   Habib Essid,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   North African nation,   Terror Attack in Tunisia,   Latest World News,  

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