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Two fishermen assaulted by ICG personnel

Two fishermen assaulted by ICG personnel

24 Apr 2014

Tiruneveli (TN): Two fishermen of Idinthakarai village were on Wednesday allegedly assaulted by Indian Coast Guard (ICG) personnel in the sea, fishermen association sources said.

Idinthakarai village,   fishermen,   Tirunelveli,   District Fishermen Federation,   Thommai,   Rochari ,  
Gorilla glass maker Corning targets tie ups in <strong>India</strong>

Gorilla glass maker Corning targets tie ups in India

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Corning, which makes Gorilla glass used in smartphones, is eyeing domestic handset makers to strengthen its presence and increase revenue from the country, which is a key mobile phone market.

Corning,   Gorilla glass,   indian tie up,   Gorilla glass smartphones,   indian handsets,   indian handset makers,   mobile phone market,   indian smartphone brands,  
Priyanka's new single secures third spot on Itunes <strong>India</strong>!

Priyanka's new single secures third spot on Itunes India!

24 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has released yet another solo single "I can't make you love me" into an electro-pop version of her own. The song made it to the number three spot on Itunes India in less than 24 hours.

Priyanaka Chopra,   Itunes India,   Priyanka’s new single,   Priyanka’s third single,   I can't make you love me,   ,  
LS polls: Cash restrictions to dent India’s gold imports

LS polls: Cash restrictions to dent India’s gold imports

23 Apr 2014

Mumbai: India's gold imports in April and May could be less than half of arrivals in March as restrictions on the movement of cash during general elections dent the buying power of consumer’s jewellery industry officials said.

India's gold imports,   general elections,   jewellery industry,   Bachhraj Bamalwa,   All India Gems and Jewellery Trade Federation,   precious metal,  
Apple hiring <strong>executives</strong> to spearhead mobile payments business, say reports

Apple hiring executives to spearhead mobile payments business, say reports

22 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Smartphone maker Apple is looking to hire executives to spearhead the development of an electronic payments business. This would mainly emphasis on mobile payments.

Apple,   Apple hiring executives,   Apple hiring,   Apple mobile payments business,  
Nargis, John encourage people to imbibe fitness

Nargis, John encourage people to imbibe fitness

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Actors John Abraham and Nargis Fakhri, along with Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, have come together in a new campaign - Live with Fire - to encourage people to stay fit.

Nargis Fakhri,   John Abraham,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   fit for life,   Reebok India ,   Live with Fire campaign,   healthy and active lifestyle,   ,  
<strong>NTPC</strong> frames new policy to weed out unprofessional vendors

NTPC frames new policy to weed out unprofessional vendors

20 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Country's largest power producer NTPC, which does Rs 50,000-crore worth public procurements every year, has put in place a detailed policy on banning business dealings involving unprofessional and frivolous vendors.

NTPC,   NTPC new policy,   unprofessional vendors,   NTPC electricity generation,  
Cadbury <strong>India</strong> now named Mondelez <strong>India</strong> Foods

Cadbury India now named Mondelez India Foods

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The world's largest snacks company Mondelez International said it has changed the name of its Indian subsidiary Cadbury India Limited to Mondelez India Foods Limited.

Cadbury India,   Mondelez India Foods,   snacks company,   Mondelez International,  
Micromax starts manufacturing smartphones in <strong>India</strong>

Micromax starts manufacturing smartphones in India

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The country's second largest mobile devices company Micromax has now started manufacturing handsets at its Rudraprayag facility in Uttarakhand.

micromax,   micromax mobiles,   micromax smartphones,   Rudraprayag facility,   micromax Uttarakhand plant,   micromax led,   micromax tablets,   micromax manufacturing,  
Kakara loses in semis, <strong>India</strong> settle for bronze in World Youth Boxing Championships

Kakara loses in semis, India settle for bronze in World Youth Boxing Championships

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Shyam Kakara (49kg) had to be content with a bronze medal after losing a fiercely-contested semifinal bout as India signed off a rather disappointing performance in the World Youth Boxing Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria on Wednesday.

World Boxing Championships,   Youth Boxing Championships,   Indian boxers,   Shyam Kakara,   India boxing,  

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