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Samsung to launch two <strong>new</strong> smartphones

Samsung to launch two new smartphones

01 Aug 2014

Seoul: Samsung Electronics will launch two new high-end smartphones in next six months. Kim Hyun-joon, senior vice president at Samsung, told investors that one model will feature a large screen, while the other will be made using "new materials".

Samsung Electronics,   smartphones,   Kim Hyun-joon ,  
Tata Motors bets on <strong>new</strong> sedan Zest to revive weak India sales

Tata Motors bets on new sedan Zest to revive weak India sales

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Tata Motors Ltd will launch a passenger car this month, its first new offering in four years, in a bid to regain market share and plug losses in its domestic business, which was also hard hit by the slowing economy.

Tata Motors,   passenger car,   Zest,  
In cat and mouse game, India uncovers <strong>new</strong> gold smuggling route

In cat and mouse game, India uncovers new gold smuggling route

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi/Singapore: India is scrambling to crack down on a new gold smuggling tactic that it fears could accelerate a flood of illegal imports of the precious metal into the world's second-biggest buyer.

India,   gold,   smuggling,   flood,   import,   export,  
Samsung launches 3 <strong>new</strong> smartphones to expand affordable range

Samsung launches 3 new smartphones to expand affordable range

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Handset maker Samsung Electronics on Thursday announced launch of three new devices, priced below Rs 10,000, to expand its presence in the affordable smartphone market in India.

Samsung Electronics,   smartphone,   Samsung Galaxy Star 2,   Galaxy Star Advance,   Galaxy Ace,  
Middle-East crisis: Death toll in Gaza crosses 1,300, UN <strong>school</strong> hit

Middle-East crisis: Death toll in Gaza crosses 1,300, UN school hit

31 Jul 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: At least 92 Palestinians were killed, including 20 at a UN-run school, in fierce fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza and the death toll sharply rose to 1,323 despite the Jewish nation agreeing to observe a four-hour humanitarian pause.

Middle-East,   Middle-East crisis,   Israel,   Gaza,   Israel-Gaza conflict,   United Nations,   Hamas,   IDF,  
Bajaj to launch <strong>new</strong> versions of Discover soon

Bajaj to launch new versions of Discover soon

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Domestic two and three wheeler giant Bajaj has started delivering its new version of Discover 150 to the showrooms and the company is expected to launch it in market soon. The bike, which looks like the discontinued version of 125ST, will be available in two versions – Discover 150S and Discover 150F.

Bajaj,   two-wheelers,   Bajaj bikes,   Bajaj Discover,   Discover,  
Sony launches <strong>new</strong> waterproof phone in Xperia series

Sony launches new waterproof phone in Xperia series

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Japanese multinational conglomerate Sony's has launched its latest flagship latest Xperia Z2 with a waterproof body. Xperia Z2 has addressed the drawbacks which were found in the earlier launched Xperia Z and Z1.

Sony,   Xperia Z2,   Xperia Z,   Xperia Z1,   Exmor RS sensor,   smartphone,  
Tamil Nadu:Principal, nine others held guilty for worst ever <strong>school</strong> tragedy

Tamil Nadu:Principal, nine others held guilty for worst ever school tragedy

30 Jul 2014

Chennai: A local court in Tamil Nadu’s Thanjavur district held Principal and 9 others for criminal conspiracy and culpable homicide for one of country’s worst fire tragedy in which 90 children were burnt alive at a school in Kumbakonam in 2004.

Kumbakonam fire tragedy,   Thanjavur court,   verdict,   worst fire tragedy,   school children,   Sri Krishna Middle School,   ,  
Principal, 9 others held guilty for worst ever <strong>school</strong> tragedy

Principal, 9 others held guilty for worst ever school tragedy

30 Jul 2014

Chennai: A local court in Tamil Nadu’s Thanjavur district held Principal and 9 others for criminal conspiracy and culpable homicide for one of country’s worst fire tragedy in which 90 children were burnt alive at a school in Kumbakonam in 2004.

Kumbakonam fire tragedy,   Thanjavur court,   verdict,   worst fire tragedy,   school children,   Sri Krishna Middle School,  ,   ,  
<strong>New</strong> Zealand to impose lengthy jail terms for match-fixing

New Zealand to impose lengthy jail terms for match-fixing

31 Jul 2014

Wellington: New Zealand is to slap a seven-year jail term on anyone caught match-fixing under a new law due to take effect before it hosts the cricket World Cup and Under-20 FIFA World Cup next year.

New Zealand,   lengthy jail,   match-fixing,   World Cup,   Match-Fixing Bill,   U-20 World Cup,   Lou Vincent,  

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