28 Jul 2016
Washington: While all e-cigarettes emit harmful chemicals, factors such as the temperature, type and age of the device play a role in emission levels, a new study says. The study from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) in the US found that e-cigarettes can lead to emissions of toxic chemicals such as acrolein and formaldehyde.
26 Jul 2016
Bengaluru: Leading e-tailer Flipkart's fashion and lifestyle products' subsidiary Myntra today announced its acquisition of e-store Jabong from London-based Global Fashion Group for an unspecified amount to strengthen its position in the segment.
22 Jul 2016
After years of going solo, the Mahindra Reva e2o finally ended its lonely streak with the launch of the e-Verito. It looks like Mahindra wants to speed up the slew of new EV launches, and a senior executive from the company has revealed that two new products will be launched by the end of 2016.
18 Jul 2016
Toronto: The novelty factor of e-cigarettes with 'cool' and 'fun' features motivates teenagers towards using them, a new study has found.
22 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Online marketplace Snapdeal on yesterday announced its partnership with e-ticketing platform BookMyShow and extended its service offerings.
16 Jul 2016
New York: Usage of e-cigarettes has led to a 21 percent reduction in smoking-attributable deaths as well as a 20 percent decrease in years lost due to premature mortality, says a study.
17 Jul 2016
Lahore: LeT chief Hafiz Saeed today demanded Pakistan government to immediately suspend foreign and trade relations with India in the wake of killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani.
13 Jan 2015
Mumbai: If you don't see traffic police on the road, don't try to break the signal as violators shall be caught on camera as part of the E-Challan procedure which will be soon made mandatory by the Maharashtra Government.
23 Jun 2016
New York: Amazon today unveiled an upgraded Kindle, aiming to boost its e-reader sales with a thinner, lighter device at a low price.
08 Jul 2016
Washington: The US State Department announced that it was reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of several private e-mail servers for official business during her tenure as secretary of state from 2009-2013.