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Modi, Koirala flag-off Kathmandu-Delhi bus <strong>service</strong>

Modi, Koirala flag-off Kathmandu-Delhi bus service

25 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Nepalese counterpart Sushil Koirala today on Tuesday flagged off the Kathmandu-Delhi bus service called Pashupatinath Express from here.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Bus service,   Kathmandu,   Delhi,   Kathmandu-Delhi bus service,   India Nepal relations,   Modi Nepal visit,  
RCom launches talk loan <strong>service</strong> for GSM pre-paid customers

RCom launches talk loan service for GSM pre-paid customers

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Reliance Communications launched a service for GSM pre-paid customers wherein they can avail of a Rs 5-10 loan for calling and data usage if the balance falls below Rs 10.

Reliance Communications,   RCom,   GSM,   Pre-paid customers,   Calling,   Data usage,   Mobile balance,  
IOC's credit profile to improve, says Moody's

IOC's credit profile to improve, says Moody's

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi : State-run Indian Oil Corporation, which posted weak financial results for the July-September quarter,will see improvement in its credit profile because of diesel price deregulation and falling crude oil rates, Moody's has said.

IOC,   Moody,   Moody Service Report,  Gross refining margin ,  GRM,   ,  
Government asks France to 'open shops' in India for railway projects

Government asks France to 'open shops' in India for railway projects

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government on Monday invited France to "open shops" in the country to execute Railway projects and sought co-operation in areas of safety, customer service and high-speed train service. "There are multiple areas in rail sector where we can work together and in those areas we can hope for co-operation between France and India," Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said while addressing Indo-French Rail seminar here.

Suresh Prabhu,   Railway projects,   Railway Minister,   India,   France,   France shops in India,   high-speed train service,   Indo-French Rail seminar,  
Ex-IAS officer Deepak Gupta named UPSC chief

Ex-IAS officer Deepak Gupta named UPSC chief

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The government has appointed former IAS officer Deepak Gupta as new chairman of UPSC, breaking away from the tradition of appointing the chief from the serving members of the Commission.

Deepak Gupta,   UPSC chief,   IAS officer,   chairman of UPSC,   Union Public Service Commission,   UPSC,   Madhukar Gupta,  
Microsoft cloud <strong>service</strong> partially down, MSN unavailable

Microsoft cloud service partially down, MSN unavailable

20 Nov 2014

SEATTLE: Microsoft Corp's Azure cloud-computing service, which hosts websites and lets customers store and manage data remotely, suffered serious outages on Tuesday taking its popular MSN web portal offline.

Microsoft Corporation,   Azure,   Cloud-computing,   Hosts websites,   Customers store,   MSN,   Web portal,  
IBM launches new email <strong>service</strong> 'Verse'

IBM launches new email service 'Verse'

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Tech giant IBM has launched a new e-mail application 'Verse' for enterprises that integrates social media, file sharing and analytics to help increase productivity. The service stems from IBM's USD 100 million investment in design innovation and adds layers of analytics, social media and security to the application as employees can access emails, calendars, file sharing, instant messaging, social updates and video chats through a single platform.

IBM email,   IBM Verse,   IBM,   new email service,   IBM new email,   email application,   Verse,   Anmol Nautiyal,  
WhatsApp behind half of Italian divorce cases!

WhatsApp behind half of Italian divorce cases!

21 Nov 2014

Rome: Almost half of the divorce cases in Italy rely at least in part on information gathered through the instant messaging service WhatsApp, according to the Italian Association of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Divorce cases,   Italy,   Messaging service,   WhatsApp,   Social media,  
US Secret <strong>Service</strong> 'fell short' protecting White House

US Secret Service 'fell short' protecting White House

20 Nov 2014

Washington: The agency charged with protecting President Barack Obama and his family admitted that an "inexcusable" series of failures had allowed a disturbed veteran to storm the White House.

US Secret Service,   protecting White House,   White House security,   security,   Barack Obama,  
RBI warns public against financial frauds in its name

RBI warns public against financial frauds in its name

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Warning the general public about credit card frauds in the name of RBI, the central bank said it does not carry out business with individuals and falling prey to such offers can cause their financial loss.

RBI,   warns public,   financial frauds,   banking,   banks,   Central bank,   banking service,  

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