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Dravid's tips for Kohli: Take a cue from Viru's 201 at Galle

Dravid's tips for Kohli: Take a cue from Viru's 201 at Galle

03 Aug 2015

Chennai: India ‘A’ coach Rahul Dravid, who spent some quality time with Test captain Virat Kohli advised him to make Virender Sehwag's unbeaten 201 at Galle (in 2008) against a rampaging Ajantha Mendis as a reference frame for facing the Sri Lankan tweakers this time round.

India A coach,   Rahul Dravid,   Indian Test captain,   Virat Kohli,   Virender Sehwag,   Ajantha Mendis,   Sri Lankan spinners,   Latest News,  
D-Link brings Internet of Things products to <strong>India</strong>

D-Link brings Internet of Things products to India

03 Aug 2015

MUMBAI: D-Link (India) Limited, regarded as the No. 1 wireless brand, is all set to create a stir in the Smart Home Segment. With its latest product line of Connected Home Solution, D-Link will usher into a new technology era based on Internet of Things (IoT). The Connected Home Solution from D-Link essentially comprises of Wi-Fi Smart Plug, Motion Sensor, Audio Extender and apps to connect them and get them talking to each other.

D-Link India,   D-Link India products,   Wireless brand,   Smart Home,   Connected Home Solution,   New technology,   Wi-Fi Smart Plug,   Motion Sensor,   Audio Extender,  
<strong>India</strong> lose to Russia, settle for silver in World Archery

India lose to Russia, settle for silver in World Archery

03 Aug 2015

Copenhagen: Despite surging into a 4-0 lead, the Indian women's recurve archery team of Deepika Kumari, Laxmirani Majhi and Rimil Buriuly had to settle for the silver as they lost the World Championship final 4-5 to Russia in an edge-of-the-seat encounter at the Christiansborg Palace yesterday.

World Acrhery,   India,   Laxmirani Majhi,   Rimil Buriuly,   silver medal,   South Korea,   Russia,   Latest Sports News,  
Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu region, <strong>India</strong> retaliates

Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu region, India retaliates

03 Aug 2015

Jammu: Pakistan troops overnight violated the ceasefire agreement on the Line of Control (LoC) in four sectors of the Jammu region.

ceasefire violation,   Pakistan Army,   Loc,   Jammu,   Jammu & Kashmir,   BSF,   Pakistan troops,   latest India news,  
Samsung launches its slimmest smartphone Galaxy A8 with fingerprint sensor for Rs 32,500 in <strong>India</strong>

Samsung launches its slimmest smartphone Galaxy A8 with fingerprint sensor for Rs 32,500 in India

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: South Korean technology major Samsung has launched its slimmest smartphone 'Galaxy A8' with fingerprint sensor in the Indian market. Available in Black, White, and Gold colour variants, the smartphone having 5.9 mm thickness, is priced at Rs 32,500.

Samsung,   Samsung Galaxy A8,   Samsung Galaxy A8 price,   Samsung Galaxy A8 specifications,   Samsung new smartphone,   Samsung new launch,   Samsung slimmest smartphone,  
322 pilgrims leave for Amarnath Yatra

322 pilgrims leave for Amarnath Yatra

03 Aug 2015

Jammu: A batch of 322 pilgrims today left for the cave shrine of Amarnath in South Kashmir Himalayas amid tight security.

Amarnath yatra,   Amarnath yatra pilgrims,   Amarnath Shrine,   Kashmir Himalayas,   cave shrine,   Latest India news,  
 NASA deploys new system to avoid traffic jams at Mars

NASA deploys new system to avoid traffic jams at Mars

03 Aug 2015

Washington: Five active spacecrafts are now orbiting the Red Planet, including one from India, leaving NASA with no option but to beef up traffic monitoring, communication and manoeuvre planning to ensure that Mars orbiters do not collide with one another.

NASA,   traffic jams,   Mars traffic jams,   India Mars Orbiter Mission,   space,   Latest science news ,  
Sonia Gandhi will be responsible for Parliament disruptions: BJP

Sonia Gandhi will be responsible for Parliament disruptions: BJP

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Stepping up its attack over logjam in Parliament, BJP today said Congress president Sonia Gandhi will have to take the blame squarely for the disruptions in the Monsoon Session, saying her party was 'confused and afraid'.

Sonia Gandhi,   Parliament disruptions,   BJP,   Monsoon Session,   Congress,   Niramala Sitharaman,   latest India news,  
Devotees throng Shiva temples on first Monday of ‘Sawan’

Devotees throng Shiva temples on first Monday of ‘Sawan’

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The fervour of ‘Sawan’ was seen since early morning today as the devotees thronged the temples to offer prayers to Lord Shiva.

Shiva temples,   first Monday of Sawan,   Sawan month,   Lord Shiva,   Solah somvar,   Monday fasting,   latest India news,  
New products, higher ad spend on Nestle's revival agenda

New products, higher ad spend on Nestle's revival agenda

02 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Nestle India will consider introducing new products, including under the Maggi brand, while looking to drive growth of other categories with increased advertising spending, as it looks to overcome the setback from the ban on its flagship instant noodles.

Nestle India,   Maggi brand,   instant noodles,   Latest News ,  

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