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Medical bills of judges, families cannot be disclosed under RTI: SC

Medical bills of judges, families cannot be disclosed under RTI: SC

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Medical expenses of judges and their families cannot be made public under Right to Information Act, the Supreme Court ruled today, maintaining there should be "some respect for privacy".

Medical expenses,   Judges,   Right to Information,   RTI,   Supreme Court,   Privacy,  
Father of SMS Matti Makkonen passes away at age 63

Father of SMS Matti Makkonen passes away at age 63

01 Jul 2015

London: Matti Makkonen, known as the father of SMS after developing the idea of sending messages via mobile networks, has died. Makkonen, a Finnish national, passed away on Friday at the age of 63 following serious illness, Finnish language daily Ilkka reported.

Matti Makkonen,   Father of SMS,   Sending messages,   Mobile messages,   Short message service ,  
Gionee to invest USD 50 million for manufacturing in India

Gionee to invest USD 50 million for manufacturing in India

30 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Chinese mobile handset player Gionee today said it will invest USD 50 million in India over the next three years to set up a manufacturing facility. The company is in talks with a few contract manufacturers for the facility but did not divulge further details.

Gionee,   Gionee India,   Gionee manufacturing,   Gionee service centre,   Smartphones,   Budget smartphones,  
Bharti Airtel becomes world's third largest mobile operator with 303 million subscribers

Bharti Airtel becomes world's third largest mobile operator with 303 million subscribers

30 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Sunil Mittal-led Bharti Airtel has become the world's third largest mobile operator with 303 million subscribers. With operations in 20 countries, Bharti Airtel, which is present in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Africa, has "become the third largest mobile operator in the world in terms of subscribers", the company said in a statement.

Bharti Airtel,   Mobile operator,   Mobile subscribers,   World Cellular Information Service,   Airtel networks,  
Apple to increase iTunes Match limit to 100,000 songs

Apple to increase iTunes Match limit to 100,000 songs

29 Jun 2015

Washington: US technology major Apple Inc has planned to increase the limit of songs for the subscribers of iTunes Match. The limit will be increased to 100,000 songs in iCloud from the present 25,000. According to reports, Apple executive Eddy Cue revealed this on Twitter about how the company's upcoming music streaming service, Apple Music, will integrate with iTunes Match.

Apple Inc,   iTunes Match,   iCloud,   Apple music streaming service,   Apple Music,  
French Minister urges UberPOP ban as taxi protest blocks airports

French Minister urges UberPOP ban as taxi protest blocks airports

25 Jun 2015

PARIS: France's Interior Minister called for a nationwide legal clampdown on UberPOP on Thursday, siding with taxi drivers who blockaded major transport hubs in angry protests against the U.S. online ridesharing service.

France,   UberPOP,   Taxi drivers,   Online ridesharing service,  
Indie music body endorses Apple's new music streaming <strong>service</strong>

Indie music body endorses Apple's new music streaming service

25 Jun 2015

Apple Inc's new music streaming service has been endorsed by the Worldwide Independent Network, an association for independent musicians, two days after the company reversed its decision of not paying musicians during a three-month trial.

Apple Inc,   Apple Music,   Apple music streaming service,   Worldwide Independent Network,   Independent musicians,  
Google launches free streaming <strong>service</strong> ahead of Apple Music debut

Google launches free streaming service ahead of Apple Music debut

24 Jun 2015

San Francisco: Google Inc launched a free version of its music streaming service on Tuesday as it sought to upstage the debut of Apple Inc's rival service next week.

Google,   Google free music streaming,   Google Play Music,   Apple Music debut,   latest tech news,  
Mumbai local train rams into dead end at Churchgate; five injured

Mumbai local train rams into dead end at Churchgate; five injured

29 Jun 2015

Mumbai: A local train yesterday crashed into the dead end at the Churchgate station here, injuring five passengers and disrupting the suburban train services on the Western Railway line.

Mumbai local train,   Mumbai local train accident,   Churchgate station,   Mumbai suburban train service,   Western Railway,   latest states news,  
Expert panel seeks public comments on Companies <strong>Act</strong>

Expert panel seeks public comments on Companies Act

21 Jun 2015

New Delhi: To improve ease of doing business in the country, a government-appointed panel has sought suggestions from all stakeholders, including the general public, to address issues related to new companies law.

Ease of doing business,   Stakeholders,   General public,   Companies law,   Companies Act,   Economic reforms ,  

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