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Most Ola, Uber drivers off the road in Mumbai; those operating charging four times normal fare

Most Ola, Uber drivers off the road in Mumbai; those operating...

With Mumbai’s morning commute getting affected due to the strike called by the Ola and Uber drivers’ union on Monday, the few who did try and book a cab using the mobile app witnessed a massive hike in the surcharge rates. This reporter witnessed ... DNA, 21 hours ago

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Engine failure hits IndiGo, Airbus 320 neo aircraft grounded at Delhi's IGI Airport

IndiGo’s engine woes seem to be far from getting over. On Sunday, an IndiGo Airbus 320 neo aircraft, flying from Bengaluru-Delhi, was grounded at Delhi's IGI Airport due to engine snag. According to an Economic Times report, an oil chip was detected in ...
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Apple MacBook sales will grow faster than iPhone, iPad in 2018: Report

Apple’s line up of MacBook laptops is expected to grow faster this year, in comparison to the iPhone and iPad. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo , the Mac laptop unit shipments will rise between 13-16% in 2018, compared to about 7-10% for ...
 DNA1 day ago

WOMENPreneur at Banasthali Vidyapith

Banasthali Vidyapith – world’s largest fully residential university nurturing women for their leadership roles for over 80 years, is all set to revolutionise women’s career by pushing entrepreneurship and startups. Powered by NITI Aayog, ...
 DNA2 days ago Protests across the world as women press for progress  Rediff.com1 week ago Iranian women risk arrest: Daughters of the revolution  catchnews.com1 week ago

Mumbai sees first edition of Women of India Organic Festival

Mumbai is hosting the first edition of ‘Women of India Organic Festival’ at the World Trade Centre, which was inaugurated on Friday by Juhi Chawla, Vidya Thakur, Pankaja Munde, and Madhu Shah. This festival has been organised on an annual basis in ...
 DNA2 days ago Chhattisgarh: Raipur organises nation's first 'Kachra Mahotsav'  DNA1 month ago

No separate funds for devpt of iconic Amber Fort

Amber Fort, which was declared as Iconic Tourist Destination in this year’s union budget, will not be getting separate fund for its development for the scheme of iconic tourist destination will be implemented under the ongoing ‘Swadesh Darshan ...
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Gujarat sees baniya, dalal positively: JN Singh

Gujarat is doing well on the sociological front as it deals with words like ‘baniya’ and ‘dalal’ positively, unlike North India, said state chief secretary JN Singh, while speaking at the inaugural function of an international ...
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Vodafone's new Rs 21 recharge pack offers unlimited data for 1 hour: Here's how to avail it

Vodafone has announced a new recharge pack for a price of Rs 21. This plan will directly compete with Reliance Jio’s Rs 19 pack which offers 150GB of 4G data. Under this new plan, users will get unlimited 3G/4G data access for a time period of one hour.
 DNA2 days ago

With what face will AAP speak of the drug problem in Punjab: Cong's Navjot Singh Sidhu questions Kejriwal's apology

Punjab Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu on Friday hit out at Delhi Chief Minister’s apology to Bikram Singh Majithia “It is a let down to the people of Punjab. I feel Kejriwal has murdered AAP in Punjab. It is as if their existence has been ...
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Tata Sons' chief ethics officer Mukund Rajan resigns

Rajan’s last day at Tata Sons, where he has worked since the 1990s, will be March 31. Tata Sons on Thursday issued a statement announcing the exit of Mukund Rajan, chief ethics officer of the group, citing “personal reasons”, and ending days of speculations. “He will be evaluating entrepreneurial pursuits in the coming months,” the statement said.   A spokesperson said Rajan’s last day at Tata Sons, where he has worked since the 1990s, will be March 31.
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