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NTT DoCoMo to exit <strong>India</strong>, unload entire stake in Tata Teleservices: Source

NTT DoCoMo to exit India, unload entire stake in Tata Teleservices: Source

25 Apr 2014

Tokyo: Japan's NTT DoCoMo Inc will unload its 26.5 percent stake in loss-making Indian mobile phone joint venture Tata Teleservices Ltd and exit the country as it struggles with tough price competition, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday.

NTT DoCoMo,   Tata Teleservices,   DoCoMo Inc,   Indian mobile phone,  
 Over 60 percent turnout in Uttar Pradesh amid violent <strong>clashes</strong>, boycott

Over 60 percent turnout in Uttar Pradesh amid violent clashes, boycott

24 Apr 2014

Lucknow: In the third phase of Lok Sabha election for 12 seats in Uttar Pradesh approximately 60.12 percent voters exercised their franchise amidst incidents of violent clashes and boycott.

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Honda launches Activa 125 in <strong>India</strong>

Honda launches Activa 125 in India

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Honda has launched the new 125 Activa in India at a price of Rs 56,607. There are two variants on offer - the standard variant retails for the aforementioned price while the deluxe is priced at Rs 62,588.

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<strong>India</strong> win eight medals in USA Open Karate Championship

India win eight medals in USA Open Karate Championship

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: India returned with a rich haul of eight medals, including two gold and six bronze, from the USA Open Karate Championship held at Las Vegas from April 18 to 21.

Karate Championship,   India Karate,   US karate,   world karate,   karate tournament,  
<strong>India</strong> to set up seven more visa processing centers in Malaysia

India to set up seven more visa processing centers in Malaysia

24 Apr 2014

Kuala Lumpur: India will set up seven more visa processing centers across Malaysia after a new ruling that requires visa applicants to be present physically.

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Gorilla glass maker Corning targets tie ups in <strong>India</strong>

Gorilla glass maker Corning targets tie ups in India

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Corning, which makes Gorilla glass used in smartphones, is eyeing domestic handset makers to strengthen its presence and increase revenue from the country, which is a key mobile phone market.

Corning,   Gorilla glass,   indian tie up,   Gorilla glass smartphones,   indian handsets,   indian handset makers,   mobile phone market,   indian smartphone brands,  
Priyanka's new single secures third spot on Itunes <strong>India</strong>!

Priyanka's new single secures third spot on Itunes India!

24 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has released yet another solo single "I can't make you love me" into an electro-pop version of her own. The song made it to the number three spot on Itunes India in less than 24 hours.

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Meteorological Department forecasts below normal monsoon

Meteorological Department forecasts below normal monsoon

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: After four years of normal and above normal monsoon, India is expected to have below normal Monsoon this year with rainfall projected to be 95 percent, a news which is disappointing for the farming community.

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Cadbury <strong>India</strong> now named Mondelez <strong>India</strong> Foods

Cadbury India now named Mondelez India Foods

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The world's largest snacks company Mondelez International said it has changed the name of its Indian subsidiary Cadbury India Limited to Mondelez India Foods Limited.

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Over 100 killed in South Sudan <strong>clashes</strong> over cattle

Over 100 killed in South Sudan clashes over cattle

20 Apr 2014

Khartoum: Over 100 people were killed and dozens injured when suspected cattle raiders attacked a village in South Sudan's Warrap state, a media report said.

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