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    RJio expected to launch services by mid-July

    New Delhi : Reliance Industries Ltd’s telecom arm Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd is expected to launch services by mid-July and it will have quite a significant impact on the telecom industry, says a report. The Mukesh Ambani led-firm may also start selling 4G enabled handsets even before the launch as it hopes to build the device ecosystem by itself, Credit Suisse said in a report.

  • Sajid Nadiadwala aiming for a ‘kick’?

    Producer-director Sajid Nadiadwala, currently working on multiple films, is said to have booked Floor No 2  at Mumbai’s Mehboob Studio for several months. Floor No. 2 was earlier booked for his film KICK, which went on to be a super blockbuster. The filmmaker is likely to shoot four of his next films BAAGHI, PHANTOM, DISHOOM and TAMASHA on this same lucky floor.

  • Natural sounds can boost your productivity in office

    Washington : Playing natural sounds such as flowing water in offices could lift workers’ moods and enhance productivity, a new study says, according to IANS.

  • ShopClues.com chosen as online partner of Ministry of Minority Affairs for the launch of new scheme, USTTAD

    ShopClues.com, India’s first and largest managed marketplace goes another step forward in enabling smaller businesses and traders to enjoy the advantages of e-commerce. It has signed a MoU with the Ministry of Minority Affairs which makes it the preferred online partner for the launch of the new scheme, USTTAD. The foundation of the campaign was laid down by Hon’ble Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi. The official ceremony of the launch happened on

  • Whirlpool Q4 net up

    New Delhi: Consumer durables firm Whirlpool of India reported 55.47% rise in standalone net profit at Rs 55.27 crore for the fourth quarter of 2014-15 fiscal ended March 31, 2015. Net sales rose by 17.51% to Rs 748.18 crore during the quarter under review, compared with Rs 636.68 crore in the fourth quarter of the last fiscal.

  • Indonesia, Malaysia agree to help boatmen stranded at sea

    Kuala Lumpur : Malaysia and Indonesia on Wednesday agreed to offer temporary shelter to 7,000 migrants stranded in the Andaman Sea, mostly the stateless Rohingyas Muslims fleeing Myanmar, in a breakthrough in the humanitarian crisis confronting Southeast Asia.

  • No player is above the game: Anurag Thakur

    Mumbai : Playing down the controversy stirred by Virat Kohli’s interaction with actress girlfriend Anushka Sharma during an IPL match, BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur on Wednesday said no player is above the game and investigations are on in the alleged code of conduct breach.

  • Union Bank win Bandra Gym title

    Chief Guest Brigadier R.S. Rathod, Indian Army (centre), presents the Champions Trophy to the victorious Union Bank of India players who won the men’s title in the Bandra Gymkhana Open Rink Hockey Tournament, at the gymkhana’s tennis courts. Union Bank defeated Mumbai Customs 7-5 in the final.
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  • Shraddha’s a fangirl

    Shraddha Kapoor has been raving about Farhan Akhtar’s look in his forthcoming film DIL DHADAKNE DO.

  • Rise of ‘ugly’ jingoism

    Barely two weeks after a major earthquake which killed more than 8,000 people, Nepal suffered a powerful aftershock, adding to its misery and killing over 100 people. More than 3.5 million people are still in need of food assistance; 479,000 houses have been destroyed and 263,000 damaged; and only five percent of the $415 million aid Nepal needs has reached it. Given the extensive destruction and caving in of hill roads, it

  • New law to give free hand to landlords

    New Delhi : The Union Housing Ministry is reworking an abandoned 2011 draft Bill of the UPA government to give an upper hand to landlords over tenants, superseding the 1948 Rent Control Act adopted by most states, which provides protection to the tenant’s interests.

  • Children in UK becoming obese at younger age

    London : Obesity is becoming more common in the UK and starting earlier in life, researchers who looked at data on five generations of Britons have warned, reports PTI.