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Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing <strong>out</strong>

Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing out

20 Sep 2014

Frankfurt: In the hype-fuelled technology industry, "revolutionary" is a word in danger of losing its meaning.

Apple Inc,   Apple pay,   Apple payment services,   Tim Cook,   Apple's iPhone launch,   iPhone 6,   iPhone 6 Plus,   Apple watch,  
KBC gets its first Rs 7 crore winner in <strong>two</strong> brothers

KBC gets its first Rs 7 crore winner in two brothers

20 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Narula brothers, Achin and Sarthak, became the first ever contestants to win the highest prize of Rs 7 crore in reality game show 'Kaun Banega Crorepati', hosted by Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan.

Kaun Banega Crorepati 8,   Amitabh Bachchan,   crorepati,   7 crore,   season 8,   Sony,  
Indian Muslims will live and <strong>die</strong> for India: Modi

Indian Muslims will live and die for India: Modi

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In his first ever International interview since assuming the top helm of affairs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has underlined the patriotism of Indian Muslims and praised for their commitment to the country. He categorically said that the Muslims will not dance to the tunes of terror outfit Al Qaeda.

Indian Mulims,   India,   Modi,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   NDA government,  
Railway launches <strong>two</strong> new premium trains for Howrah, Nizamuddin

Railway launches two new premium trains for Howrah, Nizamuddin

17 Sep 2014

Nagpur: The Railways will run premium trains between Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) and Howrah and between Secunderabad and Hazrat Nizamuddin to clear holiday rush.

Special train,   Premium trains,   Indian railways,   Nagpur division of Central Raiway ,  
Peacock's <strong>train</strong> doesn't affect its flight, reveals a study

Peacock's train doesn't affect its flight, reveals a study

19 Sep 2014

London: The magnificent plumage of the peacock may not be quite the sacrifice to love that it appears to be, a new study on Indian peacocks has found.

Peacock,   sacrifice,   study,   male birds,   research,  
Railways join hands with China to increase <strong>train</strong> speed

Railways join hands with China to increase train speed

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In a significant development, Indian Railways on Thursday joined hands with China to increase speed in its existing rail network, modernise stations and enhance mutual cooperation in the sector in the country.

Indian Railways,   China,   rail network,   modernization of stations,   Xi Jinping,   MoU,  
India, China can become express <strong>train</strong> for regional growth, says Xi Jinping

India, China can become express train for regional growth, says Xi Jinping

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: China and India can become cooperative partners in growth, the ‘express train’ on which others in the region can chug along, Chinese President Xi Jinping said in a special address as he outlined his vision in which the Asian giant is willing to partner South Asia through massive investments.

India,   China,   India-China relations,   India-China ties,   Chinese President,   Xi Jinping,  
Is Akshaye Khanna <strong>out</strong> of 'Bombay Samurai'?

Is Akshaye Khanna out of 'Bombay Samurai'?

19 Sep 2014

Mumbai: If sources are to be believed, Akshaye Khanna is no longer a part of Dev Benegal’s upcoming film, Bombay Samurai. It may be pointed out that Akshaye Khanna was reportedly interfering a lot with the film’s script and getting his role re-written.

Akshaye Khanna,   Bombay Samurai,   Dev Benegal,   Irrfan,   Ritesh Sidhwani,  
Metro services delayed as <strong>train</strong> halted briefly for Xi's convoy

Metro services delayed as train halted briefly for Xi's convoy

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Metro services were on Thursday affected on the Blue Line after operations were suspended briefly on the elevated stretch near Pragati Maidan station while Chinese Premier Xi Jinping's cavalcade was passing through the area.

Metro services,   Blue Line metro,   Pragati Maidan,   Xi Jinping,   Noida City Centre,   DMRC,  
Over <strong>two</strong> million displaced in India due to natural disasters in 2013

Over two million displaced in India due to natural disasters in 2013

18 Sep 2014

United Nations: About 2.14 million people were displaced in India last year due to natural disasters, according to a United Nations-backed report which said the country was third after the Philippines and China to record the highest levels of displacement in 2013. The report 'Global Estimates 2014: people displaced by disasters' said 22 million people worldwide were displaced in 2013 by disasters sparked largely by earthquakes or climate, almost three times more than by conflict in the same year.

two million displaced,   India,   natural disasters,   UN report,   ,  

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