23 Apr 2014
New Delhi: Microblogging site Twitter has started rolling out its redesigned profile page to its users.
21 Apr 2014
London: Reading the morning newspaper while sipping a cup of coffee is set to become an even smoother experience as a Finnish coffee roastery company has developed a smart coffee cup that could also display an e-paper.
18 Apr 2014
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt is in the news yet again. The actor, who is known for controversies, is in the news not for his parole extension but for his MMS video that is doing the rounds.
14 Apr 2014
Noida: Stamping the general perception about ever-faltering security conditions in Noida, several robbery and stealing incidents have been reported from different places here and adjacent areas in the last two days, according to city police.
11 Apr 2014
SYDNEY/PERTH: The international effort to find a missing Malaysian jetliner was zeroing on a small patch of the Indian Ocean on Friday that officials now believe offers the best hope of solving the mystery of Flight MH370.
11 Apr 2014
New Delhi: In a quest to minimize “spammy” content on the website, Facebook has announced that it will make improvement to New Feed so that right content get delivered to the right people at right time.
12 Apr 2014
New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday advised the Indian Information Service (IIS) officers to keep themselves updated with the latest technology in order to ‘critically appraise information’ before it reaches the policy makers.
07 Apr 2014
Mumbai: If industry sources are to be believed, choreographer Remo D’Souza has approached Tiger Shroff to cast him for his film, 'Any Body Can Dance-2' ('ABCD-2').
11 Apr 2014
Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court on Friday ordered the demolition of two 40-storeyed buildings in Noida, observing that "it has repeatedly come to notice that builders by joining hands with officers of the development authorities flout every conceivable rule, including building regulations".
08 Apr 2014
Singapore: The Modi wave has not only taken the country by a storm but is also generating positive reviews outside if early signs are to be believed. When the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its election manifesto on Monday, it made it clear that it won’t permit foreign supermarkets in the country if their prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi takes the PM’s hot seat. However, this is just one cacophonous sound that the manifesto makes; otherwise it’s like a sweet music for the financial markets.