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Want 'Fury' haircut? Hakim Aalim's giving it for <strong>free</strong>

Want 'Fury' haircut? Hakim Aalim's giving it for free

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Celebrity hairstylist Hakim Aalim, who boasts of Bollywood clients like Arjun Rampal, Sunil Shetty and Shahid Kapoor, is now set to give a free haircut to all those who want the commando look from Brad Pitt-starrer 'Fury'.

Fury,   Hakim Aalim,   Arjun Rampal,   Sunil Shetty,   Shahid Kapoor,   Brad Pitt,   PVR,  
Google's YouTube explores paid, ad-<strong>free</strong> video <strong>service</strong>

Google's YouTube explores paid, ad-free video service

29 Oct 2014

SAN FRANCISCO: YouTube, the popular online video service owned by Google Inc , is planning to offer a paid, ad-free version, the head of the site said.

YouTube,   Online video service,   Google Inc,   Ad-free YouTube,   YouTube videos,   YouTube services ,  
350 electronic toll plazas by December, some NHs to go toll-<strong>free</strong>: Gadkari

350 electronic toll plazas by December, some NHs to go toll-free: Gadkari

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In a major development, the Union Government on Friday announced the two major reforms in the road sector-- modernising 350 toll plazas across the country with electronics facility and making highways with less than Rs 50 crore investment toll-free-- that are expected to save Rs 60,000 crore in fuel bills.

toll plaza,   electronic toll,   December,   road,   toll,   national highways,   toll free roads,   Nitin Gadkari,   Transport minister,   FASTag,  
Idea working on launch of 4G <strong>service</strong>

Idea working on launch of 4G service

29 Oct 2014

Kochi: Idea Cellular is working on the launch of 4G service in the country and as and when the ecosystem develops, it will be rolled out, a top official said.

Idea Cellular,   Idea internet,   4G services,   Idea 4G,   4G internet,   Idea data,  
India to spend around Rs 1.7 lakh crore on universal health plan

India to spend around Rs 1.7 lakh crore on universal health plan

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: India will be spending around Rs 1.7 lakh crore (USD 28 billion) on its ambitious universal healthcare scheme under which free drugs, diagnostic tests and insurance cover will be provided to all its citizens.

India,   India healthcare,   Universal healthcare scheme,   Free drugs,   Diagnostic tests,   Insurance cover,   Modi government,  
RBI allows all USBs to act as PAN <strong>service</strong> agent

RBI allows all USBs to act as PAN service agent

29 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank has allowed all urban cooperative banks (UCBs) to act as PAN service agent.

Reserve Bank,   RBI,   Urban cooperative banks,   UCB,   PAN card,   PAN service agent,   UTI Infrastructure,   Technology Services Ltd,   UTIITSL,   NSDL,   E- Governance,   Income Tax Department,  
Moody's retains negative outlook on banks

Moody's retains negative outlook on banks

29 Oct 2014

Mumbai: International rating agency Moody's retained its negative outlook on the domestic banking system, citing high leverage in the corporate sector that may prevent any meaningful recovery in asset quality.

Moody,   negative outlook,   banks,   banking service,   ,  
Pawar-led MCA gives Wankhede Stadium <strong>free</strong> for Fadnavis's swearing-in ceremony

Pawar-led MCA gives Wankhede Stadium free for Fadnavis's swearing-in ceremony

29 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Sharad Pawar-led Mumbai Cricket Association will charge no fee for lending its Wankhede Stadium for hosting swearing-in ceremony of the first BJP government in Maharashtra on October 31.

Sharad Pawar,   Mumbai Cricket Association,   MCA,   Wankhede Stadium,   Maharashtra swearing-in ceremony,   BJP government,   Maharashtra government,  
Google offers <strong>free</strong> access to satellite images

Google offers free access to satellite images

28 Oct 2014

New York: Tracking melting glaciers, deforestation or disappearing elephants has been made easier as Google has now allowed access to real time, updated satellite images through its Skybox programme.

Google,   free access,   satellite images,   tech,   social media,   images,  
Apple CEO Tim Cook fires back as retailers block Pay

Apple CEO Tim Cook fires back as retailers block Pay

28 Oct 2014

Apple Inc  CEO Tim Cook fired back at CVS and Rite Aid on Monday after the drugstore chains blocked the iPhone maker's mobile payments service, saying there were plenty of other retailers around the world to sign up.

Apple Inc,   Apple CEO,   Tim Cook,   CVS and Rite Aid,   Drugstore chains,   iPhone,   Mobile payments service,   Apple Pay,  

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