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 Strange comet flies past the Sun

Strange comet flies past the Sun

25 Feb 2015

Washington: NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) along with the European Space Agency (ESA) have captured an unusual comet that skimmed past the Sun on February 18-21.

Comet,   Sun,   NASA,   European Space Agency,   SOHO ,  
Suzuki to launch new Vitara starting at Rs 13.44 lakh in <strong>European</strong> market

Suzuki to launch new Vitara starting at Rs 13.44 lakh in European market

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Suzuki is all set to launch its all new Vitara across the European car market at a price starting Rs 13.44 lakh. Vitara series has earned acclaim  for its compact, city-oriented dimensions and genuine off-road capability ever since it has arrived in the market back in 1988.

Suzuki,   Suzuki Vitara,   European car market,   Suzuki Vitara price ,  
Ukraine issue: <strong>European</strong> Union wants India to leverage ties with Russia

Ukraine issue: European Union wants India to leverage ties with Russia

18 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The European Union on Wednesday pitched for India's engagement to resolve the Ukraine crisis, saying it can use its privileged relations with Russia to persuade the country to abide by international laws as well as the ceasefire agreement.

Ukraine issue,   European Union,   India,   Russia,   Ukraine crisis,   ,  
Irish regulator of Apple, Facebook eyes power to levy huge fines

Irish regulator of Apple, Facebook eyes power to levy huge fines

18 Feb 2015

DUBLIN: Ireland's new data protection watchdog expects to win the power to levy vast fines on some of the world's biggest Internet firms under European privacy laws, despite opposition from some larger EU countries who want responsibilities shared more widely.

Internet firms,   European privacy laws,   Facebook,   Apple,  
Ancestral language of Hindi originated 6,500 years ago

Ancestral language of Hindi originated 6,500 years ago

19 Feb 2015

Washington: The common ancestral language of Indo-European languages - such as Hindi, English and Greek - originated about 5,500-6,500 years ago, scientists have found.

Ancestral language,   Hindi,   Indo-European languages,   English,   Language ,  
Germany wants Jews to stay, promises security efforts

Germany wants Jews to stay, promises security efforts

17 Feb 2015

Berlin: Germany said on Monday it wants Jews to stay and promised to ensure their security following a deadly attack on a Danish synagogue and calls from Israel for European Jews to emigrate.

Germany,   Jews,   Germany security,   Terror attack,   Israel,   European Jews,  
Special edition Duster to be unveiled at upcoming 2015 Geneva Motor Show

Special edition Duster to be unveiled at upcoming 2015 Geneva Motor Show

19 Feb 2015

New Delhi: To mark its 10th anniversary of its European relaunch in 2005, Romanian car manufacturer Dacia will unveil a special edition of Duster at the upcoming 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

Duster,   Geneva Motor Show,   Dacia,   European launch,   Romanian car manufacturer,   Renault Duster ,  
Lahiri among favourites as Indian Open tees off on Thursday

Lahiri among favourites as Indian Open tees off on Thursday

18 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Anirban Lahiri will be among the strong contenders at what can be considered his happy hunting ground when he leads the Indian charge at the Asian and European Tour co-sanctioned Hero Indian Open golf tournament starting here on Thursday.

Anirban Lahiri,   Asian and European Tour,   Indian Open golf tournament,   Indian golfers,  
First Ubuntu operating system-based phone set to arrive in <strong>European</strong> market

First Ubuntu operating system-based phone set to arrive in European market

07 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The Aquaris E4.5, the first smartphone with a LINUX-based Ubuntu operating system, is all set to arrive in the European market.

Ubuntu operating system,   Ubuntu phone,   Aquaris E4.5,   LINUX,   European market,  
PSUs to pay Rs 100-150 per tonne on coal as <strong>royalty</strong>

PSUs to pay Rs 100-150 per tonne on coal as royalty

22 Jan 2015

New Delhi: State-owned entities will have to pay up to Rs 150 per tonne of extracted coal as royalty and monthly payments in addition to the upfront amount, the government said on Thursday as it kickstarted the allocation process for 36 mines to PSUs.

PSUs,   extracted coal,   State-owned entities,   coal blocks,  

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