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  • Indian Air Force

    Indian Air Force Day: 10 interesting facts about IAF that will make you proud

    No wonder the Indian Air Force is considered as one of the most formidable air forces in the world. It is the fourth largest air force in the world after USA, Russia, and China. The Indian Air Force (IAF) was formed under the Indian Air Force Act on October 8, 1932, and has over the years proved its mettle in various wartime and peacetime missions. On the occasion of Indian Air Force

  • Daily Life tech, daily life gadgets, technolody gadgets, technology news, Pixie Bluetooth Tracker, Effie-The Robotic Ironing Machine, WeMo Smart Dimmer Switch, AirTV Streaming Media Hub, Dual Compartment Trash Cans, Kolibree Interactive Toothbrush, Anova Nano Compact Sous Vide, Smartech Robotic Vacuum,

    Daily Life Tech: Useful gadgets for your everyday life

    How many times have you wished your everyday life was easier than what it is? Almost every day. From making a cup of coffee to doing laundry, we often wish to take help with those numerous mundane tasks we do regularly. The latest smart gadgets seem to have been built to help us in that sector. Here are some of the most useful gadgets you can bring home and make your everyday

  • Even with changing times, faith remains a great healer

    Man has always turned to the Supreme Being for strength to fight his strongest rivals – illness and death being amongst the most feared. Despite changing times and great strides in medicine, says Mallika Iyer, gods and goddesses continue to play a definitive role in the process of healing

  • Fire-fighters still battle blaze at BPCL terminal

    Mumbai : The diesel tank of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) that caught fire on Friday night at Jawahar Dweep, has been burning even after 21 hours. However by late evening, the Mumbai Port Trust and fire brigade that had been battling to douse the fire succeeded in controlling it. “One fire tank was deployed to ensure the fire is doused, however the fire is still burning,” Manohar Rao, chief of Safety,

  • Haseena Parkar’s kin files plaint against Zubair Khan, Bigg Boss makers & Salman

    Sameer Antulay, Haseena Parkar’s nephew claims that Zubair Khan, a participant in ‘Bigg Boss 11’, is not married to any of late Parkar’s daughters. Zubair has been claiming on the reality show that he is married to Qudsia. Qudsia is in fact married to Zaheer Shaikh, he has stated.

  • State reassures builders on GST, PWD tenders

    Mumbai : Builders and contractors in Maharashtra have been assured that the state government is seriously addressing various issues raised by them especially the matter of GST and PWD project tenders.

  • Lives of patients & staff at risk in Mulund’s BMC hospital in

    Iron rods are used to support the crumbling roof and plastic nets to cover dilapidated staircase of the M T Agarwal hospital building since the BMC has failed to get any contractor for the repair work.

  • India defeat Oz in first T20

    Ranchi : Riding on sensible batting by skipper Virat Kohli, India achieved the target of 48 runs (in 6 overs) with 3 balls and 9 wickets to spare to continue their winning run against the Australians.

  • BMC to check societies and hotels waste management

    BMC chief Ajoy Mehta  instructs all 24 ward officers to prepare a report within 15 days about the status quo of waste management mechanism adopted by bulk generators or not.

  • GST decision makes Diwali come early: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    Gandhinagar : Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has intensified his Gujarat visits in view of the impending polls expressed happiness with the popular mood over the changes in the GST initiated by his government, particularly for the relief given to small and medium businesses.

  • Chopra hits 338 as HP score 729/8

    Dharamshala : Opener Prashant Chopra hit the first triple hundred of the current first-class season as Himachal Pradesh piled up a massive 729 for 8 declared against Punjab on the second day of the Ranji Trophy group D encounter.

  • ‘Council to continue rationalising rates’

    New Delhi : The GST Council will continue to rationalise rates going forward and the highest tax slab of 28 per cent would be gradually brought down, Minister of State for Finance Shiv Pratap Shukla said.

  • Injured Smith out of T20Is against India

    Ranchi : Australian captain Steve Smith was on Saturday ruled out of the Twenty20 series against India due to a shoulder injury, a massive setback for the already struggling visitors. Cricket Australia confirmed that vice-captain David Warner will stand in as captain for the three-match series.