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Major terror attack against <strong>India</strong> could trigger Nuclear war: Experts

Major terror attack against India could trigger Nuclear war: Experts

26 Feb 2015

Washington: Pakistan may use nuclear weapons against India if the latter goes for a large scale military assault against it in retaliation for a major terror attack emanating from across the border, two top American experts have warned US lawmakers.

India Pakistan war,   India nuclear weapons,   Pakistan nuclear weapons,   Military assault,   Terror attack,  
 Two hours of TV puts your kids at <strong>high</strong> blood pressure risk

Two hours of TV puts your kids at high blood pressure risk

26 Feb 2015

London: Parents must watch out as kids, who spend more than two hours watching television, computers or video consoles in a day run a 30 percent greater risk of developing high blood pressure, says new research.

TV,   kids,   blood pressure risk,   television,   computers,  
 Mahesh, Pooja Bhatt's play 'Daddy' to stage in <strong>Pakistan</strong>

Mahesh, Pooja Bhatt's play 'Daddy' to stage in Pakistan

26 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt's play 'Daddy', based on his 1989 hit of the same name, is all set to be staged in Pakistan.

Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt,   Daddy play,   Pooja Bhatt,   Pakistan,   International Theatre Festival 2015 ,  
 Turkey's fashion brand Koton arrives in <strong>India</strong>

Turkey's fashion brand Koton arrives in India

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Indian men can now jazz up their wardrobe with Turkish brand Koton's spring-summer collection.

Turkey fashion brand,   Koton fashion brand,   fashion,   Indian fashion brands,  
LG reduces price of smartphones L Bello and L Fino in <strong>India</strong>

LG reduces price of smartphones L Bello and L Fino in India

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: South Korean electronics giant LG on Thursday announced that the company has slashed  the retail prices of it's dual SIM smartphones L Bello and L Fino. Instead of Rs 18,500 and Rs 14,500  fixed during their launch, now the devices have been priced at Rs 13,250 and Rs 10,700, respectively.

LG,   LG smartphones India,   LG L Bello,   LG L Fino,  
Ten arrested, 160 booked for refusing polio vaccination in <strong>Pakistan</strong>

Ten arrested, 160 booked for refusing polio vaccination in Pakistan

26 Feb 2015

Islamabad: Ten people have been arrested and another 160 booked for refusing to vaccinate their children during the anti-polio campaign in northwest Pakistan.

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Force <strong>India</strong> finally confirm new car plans

Force India finally confirm new car plans

26 Feb 2015

Barcelona: Sahara Force India have confirmed that their 2015 car will makes its debut on day two of the final pre-season testing that began here on Thursday.

Sahara Force India,   2015 F1 car,   F1 pre season testing,  
Foreign Secretary Jaishankar to travel to <strong>Pakistan</strong> next month

Foreign Secretary Jaishankar to travel to Pakistan next month

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar will travel to Pakistan next month, seven months after India cancelled foreign secretary-level talks.

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Xiaomi to sell Mi 4 16GB without registration from Thursday in <strong>India</strong>

Xiaomi to sell Mi 4 16GB without registration from Thursday in India

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has announced that it will start selling  Mi 4 16GB in India through Flipkart without registration from Thursday. Reportedly, the company also announced registrations for its much anticipated flagship range Xiaomi Mi 4 64 GB model for the next flash sale scheduled for Tuesday.

Xiaomi India,   Xiaomi smartphones India,   Xiaomi flipkart,   Xiaomi Mi 4,   Xiaomi Mi 4 16 GB,  
Only 13 percent Indian subscribers on 3G/4G networks: Facebook

Only 13 percent Indian subscribers on 3G/4G networks: Facebook

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Only 13 percent of subscribers in India are using 3G and 4G networks even as high speed mobile data services are being around for over two years, a study by Facebook-led internet.org said.

Mobile subscribers,   3G,   4G,   High speed internet,   Mobile data services,   Facebook,  

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