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Vivek Oberoi to dub for villain <strong>Electro</strong> in Hindi 'Spider-Man'

Vivek Oberoi to dub for villain Electro in Hindi 'Spider-Man'

21 Mar 2014

Mumbai: Actor Vivek Oberoi will be the voice of the main villain Max Dillon aka Electro in the Hindi version of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'.

SpiderMan,   Hindi Spider Man,   The Amazing Spider-Man 2,   Vivek Oberoi,   Kercy Daruwala,  Max Dillon aka Electro,   Andrew Garfield ,   Spider-Man ,  Emma Stone,   ,  
Huawei shows smartphone credentials with P8 launch

Huawei shows smartphone credentials with P8 launch

16 Apr 2015

China's Huawei  unveiled its flagship P8 and P8 Max smartphones on Wednesday, devices that stack up against the latest models from Samsung and Apple in technical specifications if not marketing budget.

Huawei P8,   Huawei P8 Max,   Huawei smartphones,   Samsung,   Apple,   Budget smartphones ,  
China's Huawei shows smartphone credentials with P8 launch

China's Huawei shows smartphone credentials with P8 launch

16 Apr 2015

London: China's Huawei unveiled its flagship P8 and P8 Max smartphones on Wednesday, devices that stack up against the latest models from Samsung and Apple in technical specifications if not marketing budget.

Huawei,   Huawei P8,   Huawei P8 Max,   Huawei smartphones,   Huawei India,   latest tech news,   latest news,  
'Batman v Superman' trailer to release with 'Mad <strong>Max</strong>'?

'Batman v Superman' trailer to release with 'Mad Max'?

02 Apr 2015

Los Angeles: First trailer of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will reportedly be out with the May 15 release of "Mad Max: Fury Road".

Batman v Superman trailer,   Batman v Superman,   Mad Max,   Warner Bros,   Zack Snyder,  
Bupa to up stake in <strong>Max</strong> India to 49 percent

Bupa to up stake in Max India to 49 percent

13 Mar 2015

New Delhi: UK-based healthcare group Bupa will increase its stake in Max Bupa from 26 percent to 49 percent, said the company on Friday a day after Parliament approved the law to hike foreign investment cap in the insurance sector.

Bupa,   Max India,   UK based healthcare group,   Max Bupa,   Rajya Sabha,   Insurance Law Amendment Bill,  
ZTE Launches  Nubia Z9 <strong>Max</strong>,  Z9 Mini with 64-bit Class Snapdragon

ZTE Launches Nubia Z9 Max, Z9 Mini with 64-bit Class Snapdragon

28 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Chinese telecommunication equipment-maker ZTE on Friday launched its new addition to the flagship Nubia series, Nubia Z9 Max and Mini smartphone in China.

ZTE,   ZTE Nubia series,   Nubia Z9 Max,   Z9 Mini,   ZTE smartphones,   ZTE India ,  
Samsung launches Galaxy Grand <strong>Max</strong> at Rs 15,990 in India

Samsung launches Galaxy Grand Max at Rs 15,990 in India

16 Feb 2015

New Delhi: South Korean multinational conglomerate Samsung has launched a new device Galaxy Grand Max smartphone at Rs 15,990 and it is exclusively available on e-commerce site  Snapdeal in India.

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Financial stocks gain on insurance bill hopes

Financial stocks gain on insurance bill hopes

12 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Hopes of increase in insurance FDI on Thursday pushed the share prices higher for the companies with interest in the insurance sector, with Max India leading the charts with over 11 percent gains.

Financial stocks,   insurance FDI stocks,   insurance sector companies,   insurance bill,   Max India,   FDI in insurance,   BSE Sensex,  
<strong>Max</strong> Life reports 5 percent fall in 9-month profit at Rs 308 crore

Max Life reports 5 percent fall in 9-month profit at Rs 308 crore

05 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Private sector Max Life Insurance on Thursday reported five percent decline in shareholders' net profit at Rs 308 crore for the first nine months ended in December 2014.

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Bupa to raise stake in <strong>Max</strong> Bupa to 49 percent

Bupa to raise stake in Max Bupa to 49 percent

05 Jan 2015

New Delhi: UK's Bupa Insurance on Monday said it will raise stake in its Indian health insurance venture, Max Bupa, to 49 percent from the current 26 percent, becoming the first foreign company to announce a hike in shareholding following amendments to the insurance laws.

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