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Google adds 'Your Timeline' feature in Google Maps

Google adds 'Your Timeline' feature in Google Maps

23 Jul 2015

Washington: Search engine giant Google has launched a feature called 'Your Timeline' in Google Maps. The new feature shares with the users all the places they have been and works only if they chose to store their Location History with Google.

Google,   Your Timeline,   Google Maps,   Location History,   Google Maps update,  
St Andrews braced for Jordan vs <strong>History</strong>

St Andrews braced for Jordan vs History

15 Jul 2015

London: Forget about Tiger v Phil or Rory v Ricky. With respect to Messrs Woods, Mickelson, McIlroy and Fowler, the 144th British Open that begins Thursday at St Andrews in Scotland is about Jordan v History.

Tiger vs Phil,   Rory vs Ricky,   British Open,   St Andrews,   Jordan vs History,   Latest News,  
Now identity proof not required to <strong>book</strong> tatkal ticket from 1st September

Now identity proof not required to book tatkal ticket from 1st September

18 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Passengers booking tatkal train tickets would not be required to produce identity proof anymore as Railways have decided to discontinue with this provision. The modified provision could come into effect by September 1.

Tatkal railway ticket,   Tatkal ticket booking,   identity proof,   changes in tatkal rules,   Indian Railways,   latest India news,  
Djokovic in way of Federer Wimbledon <strong>history</strong> bid

Djokovic in way of Federer Wimbledon history bid

11 Jul 2015

London: Roger Federer can win a record eighth Wimbledon title and become the oldest champion of the modern era tomorrow if he can find a way past world number one Novak Djokovic.

Djokovic,   Federer,   Wimbledon,   Tennis tournament,   Wimbledon title ,  
<strong>History</strong> girl Serena oldest woman to win Wimbledon singles

History girl Serena oldest woman to win Wimbledon singles

12 Jul 2015

London: Serena Williams won a sixth Wimbledon title on Saturday as the world number one became the oldest woman to win a Grand Slam crown with a 6-4, 6-4 victory against Garbine Muguruza in Saturday's final.

Serena Williams,   Wimbledon title,   oldest woman to win Grand Slam,   Garbine Muguruza,   Latest News,  
Argentina face Chile in <strong>history</strong>-rich Copa America final

Argentina face Chile in history-rich Copa America final

03 Jul 2015

SANTIAGO: Argentina head into Saturday's Copa America final seeking their first major silverware in 22 years while hosts Chile aim to end a century-long jinx by winning the trophy for the first time. The two Andean neighbours meet in Santiago's national stadium in a classic South American encounter steeped in history and rivalry.

Argentina soccer,   Copa America,   Chile soccer,   Santiago national stadium,  
Apple conspired to fix e-<strong>book</strong> prices: US court

Apple conspired to fix e-book prices: US court

01 Jul 2015

NEW YORK: A divided federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld a judge's ruling that Apple Inc  had conspired with five publishers to increase e-book prices, in a win for the U.S. Justice Department.

US court,   Apple Inc,   E-book,   US Justice Department,   antitrust law,  
Government will play by rule <strong>book</strong>: Jaitley on Lalit Modi

Government will play by rule book: Jaitley on Lalit Modi

24 Jun 2015

San Francisco: The government will 'play by the rule book' and make sure that absolute standards of probity are maintained, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said as the Opposition continued its attack over Lalit Modi controversy.

Government,   Rule book,   Arun Jaitley,   Lalit Modi,   Lalitgate,   Modi government,   Finance Minister,   Opposition,   Congress,   BJP Latest World News,  
Six youngest captains in Test cricket <strong>history</strong>

Six youngest captains in Test cricket history

18 Jun 2015

New Delhi: There are many cricket captains who led their national Test teams in their twenties. Here is the list of six such players who captained their respective teams at very young age.

Test cricket,   Cricket captains,   Youngest Test captains,   Tatenda Taibu,   Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi,   Waqar Younis,   Graeme Smith,  
Germany, France <strong>book</strong> tickets to 2016 Olympics

Germany, France book tickets to 2016 Olympics

23 Jun 2015

Vancouver: Germany and France both booked their tickets to the 2016 Rio Olympics on Monday as two of the best European teams in the Women's World Cup in Canada.

Germany women football,   France women football,   2016 Rio Olympics,   European football teams,   Womens World Cup in Canada,   Latest News,  

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