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Never mind the iPhone X, battery life could soon take a great ...

Improvements to batteries are usually a key part of smartphone launches, as you would expect for one of the major specifications on which consumers judge new devices Business Standard, 1 month ago
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A big leap forward in the history of world cricket

The International Cricket Council has finally been jolted to save Test cricket. There will be a Test Championship to go along with the One-Day International League. The blueprint is ready and only the modalities have to be worked out. The Test championship is ...
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'Babudom has successfully checkmated Modi'

'Under UPA only criminals flourished, during NDA nobody is flourishing' 'Modi should have offered VRS and reduced babudom by 50%' 'Unless the babudom asura is slayed and buried, 2019 will be very difficult for Modi' Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Suddenly, everyone in this country is talking about the state of the Indian economy. ‘It’s sinking.. It has hit rock bottom..’ are some of the comments we hear now. Is the Indian economy really sinking? Is it because of ...
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15 lessons every successful entrepreneur follows

Apoorve Dubey lists out the 15 things that will make you a successful entrepreneur. Read on... Marketing cannot create entrepreneurs; it is the market that creates them by accepting the good and rejecting the bad. While there are huge number of start-ups and companies that take the leap, most of them fall short of achieving the desired success. According to a recent study done by IBM & Oxford Economics, 90 per cent of Indian start-ups fail within the first five years. Building a ...
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One-upwomanship: Did Sonia just outsmart Modi on Women's Reservation Bill?

Facing heat from the Opposition and public over price rise, rising unemployment, demonetisation and the impact of Goods and Services Tax (GST), reports suggest that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is thinking of bringing in the Women's Reservation Bill in the ...
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The winners and losers in Trump's Afghan strategy

'Delhi has identified itself with Trump's Afghan strategy whereas the Chinese stance is calibrated -- observant and objective, keeping a distance,' says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. New Delhi and Beijing are the only two regional capitals that have commented on US President Donald J Trump's speech on August 21 outlining the way forward in Afghanistan. The Indian foreign ministry statement was effusive in praise while the Chinese statement has been one of cautious and guarded hope. Delhi has ...
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Food quiz: Do you know your sauces?

Soup up your food vocab!  Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   Does the food jargon found in cookbooks or on restaurant menus defeat you?How do you order when you can't even understand the damn dishes being offered? It's time, then, to upgrade your culinary quotient with this quiz!  INDIA: Trump made the following reference to India in his South Asian strategy: Another critical part of the South Asia strategy for America is to further develop its strategic ...
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Doklam standoff: It is NOT China's time to fight India

Beijing should remember the advice of its celebrated military strategist Sun Tzu: 'Fight not unless the position is critical', says Amulya Ganguli. IMAGE: If an India-China war does break out, it will be in contravention of Sun Tzu's warning against lighting a fire when the situation is not critical.For on none of the three sides -- India, Bhutan and China -- is there an immediate crisis.Photograph: Keith Tsuji/Getty Images   In The Art of War, the celebrated Chinese military strategist, ...
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Why Chinese politics should concern India

India needs to be alert on how the Doklam standoff plays into the factional infighting in China's Communist Party, says Ambassador Shyam Saran, the former foreign secretary.   Since August 3, China's top leaders have been meeting in the seaside town of Beidaihe to clear the decks for the important 19th Congress of the ruling Communist Party, which may be convened in November. The annual Beidaihe meetings are not formal gatherings like the party plenum nor are their proceedings publicly ...
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World C'ships: Manyonga claims long jump gold; Discus gold for Gudzius

A round-up of results from the Athletics World Championships in London on Saturday IMAGE: Luvo Manyonga of South Africa reacts after winning gold in the men’s long jump final at the World Athletics Championships in London on Saturday. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters South Africa's Luvo Manyonga said he was "over the moon" after winning the World Championship long jump title on Saturday, making up for the disappointment of missing out on an Olympic gold in Rio. Manyonga, who only ...
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