15 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Ajay Devgn is nowadays busy with his upcoming flick, ‘Shivaay’. But despite of his hectic schedule, he takes out some time for his sweetheart daughter, Nysa.
12 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Domestic smartphone maker Karbonn on Tuesday launched Karbonn Aura Power -- its latest addition to 4G-enabled smartphones at an affordable price of Rs 5,990.
08 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The India based technology giant Intex has raised curtain from its much awaited budget smartphone the Aqua Power 4G in India. Priced at Rs 6,399, the latest device will be available via offline as well as online stores across India.
11 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Andy Murray, the Wimbledon 2016 champion has an uncanny knack of growing on anyone he meets, including his opponents.
26 Jun 2011
The Pench Hydel Power Project is facing temporary closure due to the lack of coordination between Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. The move of Maharashtra government to deny the permission to release water from the dam led temporary closure of the power manufacturing unit.
13 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Sonia Gandhi, welcoming the Supreme Court verdict restoring the Congress government in Arunachal Pradesh, today hoped the ruling would deter the central government from further misusing its power.
07 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has launched diesel variants of models -- Linea sedan, hatchback Punto EVO and crossover Avventura -- with more powerful engines, priced between Rs 6.81 lakh and Rs 10.47 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
05 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The South Korean technology giant LG has raised curtain from two of its X-series budget smartphones, the X5 and X Skin in South Korea. The latest gadget LG X5 will be available at SKW 200,000 (approximately Rs 11,700) whereas the LG X Skin has been priced at SKW 231,000 (approximately Rs 13,500).
19 Mar 2015
Itanagar: The 600-MW Kameng Hydro Electric Project that envisages an annual generation of 3353 MU of electricity is now stated to be ready with completion of the 14.47 km long Head Race Tunnel (HRT) on Monday.
27 Jan 2016
Hyderabad: Looking to exit the stalled 4,000 MW Krishnapatnam power project, Reliance Power has written to Andhra Pradesh government suggesting that it could be done on similar lines to that of Tilaiya UMPP, which was acquired by procurers from the company.