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Xiaomi's to launch new Budget 4G Smartphone with Low End Leadcore processor in <strong>India</strong>

Xiaomi's to launch new Budget 4G Smartphone with Low End Leadcore processor in India

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Xiaomi's is yet again ready to woo its Indian users by offering them an ultra-affordable samartphone on which the company has been working since November, 2014.

Xiaomi new smartphones,   Xiaomi 4G smartphone,   Xiaomi Leadcore processor,   Xiaomi mobiles,   Xiaomi buget 4G mobile,  
NZ coach Mike Hesson not pushing anyone out the door

NZ coach Mike Hesson not pushing anyone out the door

30 Mar 2015

Melbourne: New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has said he will not put pressure on any of his players to make up their minds about their playing futures in the wake of the team's disappointing World Cup final loss to Australia.

New Zealand cricket coach,   Mike Hesson,   Cricket World Cup final,   Australia vs New Zealand,   CWC2015 ,  
Power reigns supreme at 11th World Cup

Power reigns supreme at 11th World Cup

30 Mar 2015

Melbourne: The ICC hailed the 11th cricket World Cup the "most popular ever" and although most neutrals would have preferred New Zealand to win Sunday's final, there is no doubt Australia were worthy of their fifth title.

ICC World Cup,   cricket World Cup,   New Zealand,   Australian cricket team,   CWC2015,  
All you need to know about Xiaomi: From latest news to the product range

All you need to know about Xiaomi: From latest news to the product range

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Chinese multinational conglomerate Xiaomi entered the Indian market in March 2014. Notably, the company is widely known and appreciated for its aggressively priced smartphones loaded with top-in-line features and performance.

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Shocking rituals in <strong>India</strong>

Shocking rituals in India

30 Mar 2015

Known for its cultural diversity, India is a land with many unique identities. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari- the country celebrates numerous religious and cultural rituals from several centuries.

shocking rituals,   Indian rituals,   Indian culture,   Gazan,   Baby dropping,   varun yajna,  
Dynasty beckons for triumphant Australia

Dynasty beckons for triumphant Australia

30 Mar 2015

Melbourne: Dark sunglasses were the order of the day for Australia's triumphant cricket team on Monday as they paraded the World Cup trophy to hundreds of fans at a public reception after a night of heavy partying at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Australia win world cup,   CWC2015,   ICC World Cup trophy,   Melbourne Cricket Ground,  
Top-level changes at Honda Cars <strong>India</strong>, Katsushi Inoue to be CEO

Top-level changes at Honda Cars India, Katsushi Inoue to be CEO

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Japanese auto major Honda on Monday announced top management changes in its Indian cars business, with Katsushi Inoue slated to be President & CEO from April as the incumbent Hironori Kanayama is due to retire and return to Japan.

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Srinivasan hails World Cup as most popular ever

Srinivasan hails World Cup as most popular ever

30 Mar 2015

Dubai:  Hailing the just-concluded World cup as the most popular in cricket's history, ICC Chairman N Srinivasan on Monday said the event's success has proved that the ODI format is in good health.

N Srinivasan,   World Cup,   ICC Chairman,   Australia,   New Zealand,   Melbourne Cricket Ground,   ODI,  
India's economic growth to help entire SAARC region: Pakistan envoy

India's economic growth to help entire SAARC region: Pakistan envoy

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Pakistan on Monday said India should strive to achieve higher growth rates as its economic rise will help the entire SAARC region.

India economic growth,   SAARC region,   Pakistan envoy,   Abdul Basit,   Pakistan High Commissioner,   South Asia,  
<strong>India</strong> sends plane to airlift citizens from Yemen

India sends plane to airlift citizens from Yemen

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Air India on Monday flew its first flight to airlift hundreds of Indians stranded in the strife-torn Yemen, soon after the government decided to evacuate its citizens amid the chaotic situation in the Gulf country.

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