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Indus OS will now come preloaded on smartphones from Celkon and Swipe
Indus is the second most popular mobile operating system after Android in India Indus OS, the world’s first regional operating system has announced partnership with home-grown [...]
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Rajnath Singh to visit Pakistan for Saarc Home Ministers meet
New Delhi, July 28 Amid tension over violence in Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh is scheduled to travel to Pakistan to attend the Saarc Home/Interior Ministers Conference in August, official sources confirmed on Thursday. {image-rajnathsingh-25-1469456233.jpg www.oneindia.com}In the meeting, scheduled on August [...]
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Over 1300 liquor permits granted in Goa in last 4.5 yrs
Panaji, July 31: Goa's BJP-led government has granted 1,368 licenses for liquor outlets in the state and suspended 293 permits in its four-and-half year tenure. Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar told the State Legislative Assembly here that currently there are 10,911 liquor [...]
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UN rejects assertions of Ban's silence on Kashmir
United Nations, Aug 5: The UN has strongly rejected assertion that Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has a "vow of silence" on the issue of Kashmir. "It's not a vow of silence. We did say something, but that's where we stand on [...]
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Election Commission asks AIADMK factions to stop using 'two leaves' symbol
The Election Commission of India on Friday issued notices to both factions of the AIADMK over usage of the frozen 'two leaves' symbol. The EC asked for the AIADMK Amma faction led by Sasikala Natarajan and AIADMK Puratchi Talaivi Amma faction [...]
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No big deal in Aiyar meeting Hurriyat: JD (U)
Rubbishing the clamour surrounding Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar meeting the Hurriyat leaders, the Janata Dal (United) on Friday said there was no big deal in it as even veteran BJP leader L K Advani and former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee [...]
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Parliament session Day 3: Gujarat Dalit protests, Rahul ‘napping’, Mayawati insult, Kashmir unrest
The issue of Dalit protests in Gujarat and Kashmir unrest rocked the Parliament's Monsoon Session as it entered its third day on Wednesday. The post Parliament session Day 3: Gujarat Dalit protests, Rahul ‘napping’, Mayawati insult, Kashmir unrest appeared first on Firstpost. [...]
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I want to be an achiever: Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra, who is scaling new heights internationally, says she doesn’t want to limit herself and aspires to be an achiever, adding that “there is no luxury of quitting to be an ach [...]
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NVIDIA announces Pascal based NVIDIA TITAN X, on sale from 2nd August
  NVIDIA sure is on a killing streak with GPU launches as it just announced the NVIDIA TITAN X based on the Pascal GPU microarchitecture. Powered by 3584 CUDA cores clocked at 1.5 GHz, the NVIDIA TITAN... [...]
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Brazil police arrest man suspected of Olympics attack plans
Authorities have arrested another man suspected of belonging to a group that allegedly discussed carrying out attacks during the Olympics, Brazilian police said today. [...]
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Mending fences
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s two-day visit to Kashmir has sent out the message that the Centre wants to talk to the people of the Valley and build an “emotional bond” with them. But he came up against that old problem — who represents the p [...]
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Brain scan during stress may predict memory loss
The findings showed that the shrinking of the hippocampus — brain region associated with learning and memory — actually precedes the onset of a change in behaviour — namely [...]
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Samsung Galaxy A7
  Taking a phone out with me on a trip has often proven to be the best way to test its dependability. While our regular lab tests do apply, the Samsung Galaxy A7 was my primary device on a recent trip t... [...]
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65% youth show early signs of depression: Survey
Mumbai, April 8: Around 65 per cent youth between the age group of 22-25 show early signs of depression, a study has revealed. An online survey was conducted by ICICI Lombard wherein 1,100 male and female between the age group of [...]
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When San Francisco came to a standstill because of power outage
Triggered by a fire at a utility sub station, San Francisco experienced a massive outage knocking out traffic signals, paralyzing businesses and halting the city's famed cable cars. [...]
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Madras HC reserves order on bail pleas of Sekhar Reddy, associates
Chennai, Apr 26: Madras High Court on Wednesday reserved its order on the bail petitions of sand mining baron Sekhar Reddy and two of his two associates, arrested last month by the Enforcement Directorate on charges of money laundering. [...]
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Lashkar-Hizbul combine killed Lt. Ummer Fayaz
A manhunt has been launched to nab six persons part of the Hizbul Mujahideen and Lashkar-e-Tayiba which in a joint operation killed 22 year old Lt Ummer Fayaz. The young soldier of the Indian Army was martyred after he was abducted [...]
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UN's North Korea sanctions monitors hit by 'sustained' cyber attack
The chair of a panel of United Nations experts investigating violations of sanctions on North Korea has written to UN officials and the UN Security Council's North Korea sanctions committee to inform them of a "sustained" cyber attack on the panel. [...]
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All-electric Honda NSX under consideration
The next-gen NSX could use four electric motors that would be able to potentially carry from 0-100kph in 2.5secs. [...]
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Funeral for slain Baton Rouge police officer draws thousands
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BATON ROUGE, La. Police officers from across the United States were among several thousand mourners gathered at a church in Louisiana's state capital on Friday for the first of three funerals for policemen killed this week by an Iraq war veteran The post Funeral for slain Baton Rouge police officer draws thousands | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost. [...]
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President, PM condole Raza's death
New Delhi, Jul 23: President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi today condoled the demise of legendary painter S H Raza. In a message to poet Ashok Vajpeyi, Raza's close friend, Mukherjee said, "In his death, the nation has lost [...]
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Samsung Galaxy Note 7: fresh renders, video leak online
  As the launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 gets closer, more and more leaks have started to pop up. The first leak comes courtesy of leakster Evan Blass, aka @evleaks who tweeted a render of the... [...]
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August 6, 1976, Forty Years Ago: Assam Floods
A look at The Indian Express front page 40 years ago. Assam is in the grip of the fourth wave of floods, after a 10-day dry spell. This time the wrath of the floods is directed at t [...]
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Arsene Wenger expresses love for Arsenal after 2-2 draw against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City
Wenger, who is reported to have been offered a new two-year contract by Arsenal, is yet to make an announcement about his future, but once again said he would make his intentions known "soon". [...]
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Indecisive on future, ace Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt still eager to continue
"It would be unfair to commit right now whether I would be participating in either Commonwealth or Asian Games. I would need to sit down and gather my thoughts before returning to action at the international arena," he insisted. [...]
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World’s costliest cocktail at 5,500 pounds per glass
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'I do it for the triumph': can your bike commute compare to these five stories?
From Nairobi to New Orleans, the obstacles are different – but the competition with cars and sense of freedom are the same. Share your cycling story with usClose to nature, freed of traffic jams, awake and flushed with endorphins by the time you arrive at work – perhaps some of the best aspects of commuting by bike? Pedalling through the relentless rain, navigating HGV-clogged roads or being cut up by a thoughtless driver – perhaps the worst? My favourite spot on the way home. It was so quiet that the leaves rustling and falling down the cliff behind me startled me. #outsideisfree ❄ Continue reading... [...]
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'Bahubali' GSLV Mk III's carrying capacity is far less than lighter rockets
The "Bahubali" or "fat boy" GSLV Mk-III, successfully launched by ISRO on June 5, that weighs several tonnes more than some of the other expendable rockets in the world but its carrying capacity is far less, say experts. The rocket powered [...]
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