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PM likely to visit Jammu on Jul 17

3-day national-level poets meet in Goa from July 23 Muslims need 250 years to become majority community in India-Owaisi Rajnath rejects CBI probe into MPPEB scam Modi presents Khusrau masterpiece to Uzbek President PM likely to visit Jammu on Jul 17 ... United News of India, 4 minutes ago

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Intel's Computer-on-a-Stick With Windows 8.1 Now in India at Rs. 9,999

Intel has launched its Compute Stick mini-PC in India. The Window 8.1 variant of the device is now available via Flipkart at Rs. 9,999. The company has also launched an Ubuntu-based variant of the device, but it's not available yet and there's no ...
 NDTV2 hours ago DoT announces solar-powered WiFi at Digital India week  Digit.in5 hours ago Intel India launches device to convert TVs into PCs  Times of India8 hours ago Intel Compute Stick that converts your TV into a PC now available in India  Times of India8 hours ago
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India vs Zimbabwe 2015: Ajinkya Rahane Says he Took Dhoni's Feedback Positively

Ajinkya Rahane will be leading the Indian side in Zimbabwe in the upcoming tour. Reuters Ajinkya Rahane was criticised by India skipper MS Dhoni during the ODI series against Bangladesh. Rahane was dropped from the playing XI in the second ODI ...
 International Business Times India2 hours ago Analysing MS Dhoni's ideal batting position for India in ODIs  Yahoo! India3 hours ago I took Dhoni's feedback positively: Rahane  Deccan Herald4 hours ago I took MS Dhoni's feedback positively: Ajinkya Rahane  Jagran Post3 hours ago
New Zealand Herald

'Velfie' app craze takes India by storm

Move over selfie, India is embracing the "velfie", with Bollywood stars, sporting heroes and even politicians taking and posting videos of themselves online using new mobile apps. "2014 was about selfies ... 2015 is for #velfies!" screams the ...
 New Zealand Herald1 hour ago India embraces latest craze of 'Velfies'  CTV News4 hours ago In India, Dubsmash & velfie videos replacing selfies  Times of India7 hours ago Selfie done, Bollywood stars Dubsmash India into 'velfie' mode  Emirates24711 hours ago
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Greece: India insulated largely but rupee maybe affected

Reuters Arvind Subramanian With Greeks' rejection of rescue package from creditors spooking markets, the government today asserted that India is well insulated from the crisis but rupee may be affected due to the outward flight of investment.
 VC Circle43 minutes ago Centre says Greek turmoil may impact rupee but India remains insulated  DNA India9 hours ago Govt says India insulated from Greece fallout; Re may get hit  Press Trust of India9 hours ago Greece Crisis May Have Indirect Impact on India: Official  NDTV Profit9 hours ago

Saving India's public sector banks

Banks in India, especially those in the public sector, are stressed, argues the Reserve Bank of India in its recently released Financial Stability Report. That refrain is familiar. For some time now, it has been clear that stressed assets (the ...
 Hindu Business Line2 hours ago Banks may find it a little easy on profitability: Fitch  The Financial Chronicle7 hours ago

The goal is to play for India at the Test level, I am pretty excited

Mumbai: Robin Uthappa is excited that he will at last get a full series of ODIs and T20s to show his wares as a top order batsman who can also keep wickets during the upcoming short trip to Zimbabwe. "I am pretty excited. The last few years I have ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 hours ago

Zimbabwe-bound Rahane 'looking for consistency in ODIs'

India's captain for the One-day series in Zimbabwe addressed the media prior to the team's departure. Harish Kotian/ reports.  Captain Ajinkya Rahane (centre) is flanked by teammates Murali Vijay, Mohit Sharma and Robin Uthappa (on right) and Ambati Rayudu, Kedar Jadhav and Stuart Binny prior to the team's departure for Zimbabwe. Photograph: PTI For Ajinkya Rahane, captaincy is a new challenge. Yet, he is confident of doing well in the upcoming One-day series against ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Prayag backs India ODI series against Zimbabwe  SportsPro Media6 hours ago Prayag bags title sponsorship for India-Zimbabwe series  Prokerala2 days ago Prayag Polymers bags title sponsorship for India-Zimbabwe ODI series  NetIndia123.com1 day ago

Indian Railways rolls out 50,000th coach

Railways today rolled out its 50,000th coach marking a significant juncture in the public carrier's history, with Minister Suresh Prabhu saying we have to "think differently" for the 100,000th coach. Launching the coach, manufactured at the Integrated Coach ...
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Russell Brand's Phone Gets Stolen While Visiting Slums In India, And Then This Happened...

Russell Brand was pickpocketed during a trip to India , but a child "living by a higher code" came to his aid. The 40-year-old comedian and activist was in India to perform his stand-up show for the Comedy Central Chuckles Festival in Mumbai, New ...
 Huffington Post UK1 hour ago Russell Brand's cell phone stolen during India visit  Indian Express4 hours ago Phone thief targets Russell Brand in India  UTV1 hour ago
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