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.
30 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Government on Monday granted a two-year extension to the 33 million pre-paid mobile services in Jammu and Kashmir and the northeastern states, including Assam.
26 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Reconciliation talks between the two warring factions in Aam Aadmi party (AAP), appeared to have been collapsed with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal insisting on Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan quitting the National Executive, ahead of the crucial National Council meeting on March 28.
24 Mar 2015
Noida: To spread awareness regarding the importance of development and management of water resources, Amity Institute of Water Technology and Management and Amity institute of Environment Science on Monday celebrated World Water Day at Amity University here.
20 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Government is ready to consider a proposal to allow private FM radio channels to broadcast current news under certain conditions, Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.
21 Mar 2015
New York: Application solutions provider AppDynamics has announced that its application intelligence platform will support apps designed for Apple's smartwatch.
21 Mar 2015
Greater Noida: NTPC Dadri must fulfill the promises given to farmers at the time of land acquisition, Union Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma said on Friday.
17 Mar 2015
Melbourne: Star batsman Virat Kohli decided to unwind before the cricket World Cup quarterfinal against Bangladesh by watching Bollywood's latest suspense thriller NH 10, which features his girlfriend Anushka Sharma in lead role.
04 Feb 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked farmers of villages in Noida, Greater Noida and Noida Extension as to how they could seek restoration of their land after they accepted compensation for parting with it.
14 Mar 2015
Vijayawada: Stating that publication of paid news should be considered a "punishable" offense, Press Council of India (PCI) chairman Justice C K Prasad on Saturday called for an independent regulatory body to decide whether a particular report falls under the category of 'paid news'.