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    Apple to open first data centre in China

    San Francisco: Apple, in partnership with a local data management firm, is set to open its first data centre in China that complies with new laws that require global companies to store user data information within the country.

  • Sensex breaches 32k-mark, Nifty at a fresh high too

    Mumbai: Breaking boundaries, the benchmark Sensex breached the 32,000 mark for the first time and the NSE Nifty hit a new peak of 9,879 today on strong buzz that a policy rate cut may be on the anvil after inflation touched a “record low”.

  • Indian officials to reach Najran fire site at the earliest, assures Sushma Swaraj

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has assured that Mohammed Noor Rahman Sheikh, the Indian Consul General in Saudia Arabia, is in touch with the Governor of Najran, Prince Jluwi bin Abdelaziz bin Musaed, after a massive fire broke in the gulf country’s Najran area. Swaraj tweeted on Thursday confirming the death of 10 Indian nationals, while assuring that the Indian staff would leave for Saudi by the first flight available.

  • ‘Amarnath terror attack condemnation proves Kashmiriyat is alive’: Mehbooba Mufti

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Thursday said the overwhelming condemnation of the Amarnath terror attack by Kashmiris has proved that the eclectic culture and tradition known as ‘Kashmiriyat’ is alive. Mehbooba Mufti was speaking to the media after paying homage to the martyrs of 1931, who laid down their lives fighting the autocratic rule in the state.

  • More than 1,200 nurses at Boston hospital start strike

    Boston: More than 1,200 nurses at a Boston hospital have started a one-day strike after last-minute negotiations between their union and hospital administrators were unsuccessful. The strike by Tufts Medical Center nurses started at 7 am Wednesday with picket lines outside the hospital. Hospital officials have locked out striking nurses for  four additional days and hired more than 320 temporary nurses.

  • Baadshaho sufi song Mere Rashke Qamar first look out

    Mumbai: The first look of Ajay Devgn and Ileana D’Cruz from the sufi song ‘Mere Rashke Qamar’ from the upcoming film Baadshaho has been released. The song will be out tomorrow.

  • TCS Lucknow to shut down, crisis on 2,000 IT professionals

    Lucknow: The Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is preparing to bid farewell to Lucknow as the staff members on Wednesday claimed they were informed by their team leaders that the company is wrapping up the work at the centre. At least 2,000 employees will be affected by this shift where 50 percent are women.

  • OMG! Sasikala paid Rs 2 crore bribe for VIP treatment in jail?

    Chennai: Amid the speculations of former All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) general secretary V. Sasikala getting VIP treatment in Parappana Agrahara central prison where she is lodged in a corruption case, a report by the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) (Prisons) D. Roopa has asserted that a bribe worth Rs. 2 crore was given to the prison officials, including the Director General (Prisons) in order to avail special facilities.

  • Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai teaser to release with Varun Dhawan’s Judwaa 2

    After Tubelight, Salman Khan’s next release Tiger Zinda Hai is going to release this December. Earlier, there were reports doing rounds in tinsel town that Tiger Zinda Hai’s first teaser would be released with Salman’s EID release Tubelight. However, this didn’t happen because many portions of the film are still remaining to be shot.

  • Putin preferred Clinton at the White House: Donald Trump

    Washington: President Donald Trump has said that his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin would have been happier if his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton had won last year’s general election, as this would have made America weak.