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Nextbit Robin’s limited edition ‘Ember’ variant now in India

Nextbit has announced that its ‘Ember’ coloured Robin smartphone is now available on Flipkart. The phone was already available in Midnight and Mint colours. The ‘Ember’ coloured variant of the phone was launched in July. The colour is limited edition and sports a black rear panel with bright red colour on both ends. Nextbit Ember is currently available on Flipkart Read More

Don’t allow people to incite violence in Kashmir Valley: SC to Centre

The Supreme Court Friday said that nobody can be allowed to flare up tempers or incite violence in the Kashmir Valley and added that those acting against the interest of the country should be put behind bars. “You (government) cannot allow people to create trouble there…you take actions if anybody incite people or works against the interest of the country,” Read More

‘Really thought I was going to die’: Richard Branson on bike crash

Sir Richard Branson, Virgin founder and Britain’s best known businessman today said that he thought he was “going to die” after an horrific bike crash on Caribbean island Virgin Gorda this week. Branson was cycling with his two children on the British Virgin Islands when he hit a hump in the road. In a post on the Virgin website, the Read More

Tata Motors Q1 net down 57% at Rs 2,260 cr

Tata Motors on Friday reported a 57 per cent decline in consolidated net profit at Rs 2,260.40 crore for the first quarter ended June 30, due to post Brexit adverse foreign exchange impacting its British arm JLR. The city-based company had posted a consolidated profit of Rs 5,254.23 crore in the same period last fiscal, Tata Motors said in a Read More

India ‘Red’ outclass India ‘Green’ in first day-night Duleep Trophy match

India ‘Red’ predictably completed the formalities polishing off the India ‘Green’ tail within half-an hour to win the inaugural Day/Night Duleep Trophy encounter by a comprehensive 219-run margin in Greater Noida on Friday. Starting the day at 217 for 7, the Green brigade were all out for 277 in 56.2 overs with skipper Suresh Raina hitting a quickfire 90 in a losing cause. Chinaman Read More

Urjit Patel will carry forward inflation fight: Raghuram Rajan

Outgoing Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Friday exuded confidence that his successor Urjit Patel will carry forward the work they began on taming inflation. “I am confident that Urjit Patel, who has worked closely with me on monetary policy for the last three years, will ably guide the Monetary Policy Committee going forward in achieving our inflation objectives,” Rajan Read More

B&O Beoplay A1 review: Can it get any better

It is pointless to buy anything other than a Bluetooth speaker for your audio needs. Depending on your spending capacity you can go to any level of sound quality with these wireless devices. They range from the really small sound bombs to room-filling speaker sets that can put a 60-piece orchestra to shame. But is there a perfect consumer Bluetooth Read More

Its a GIRL! Shahid Kapoor and wife Mira Rajput became proud parents to their first child, a baby girl on Friday. The girl was born at the Hinduja hospital in Khar around eight in the evening. Both mother and child are said to be doing well and in a healthy condition. Shahid himself took to Twitter to confirm the happy news. Mira Read More

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A bookworm tries the new Amazon Kindle, and she is surprised

Amazon Kindle, Amazon Kindle review, Amazon New Kindle, New kindle, New Kindle review, Amazon Kindle price, Amazon Kindle specs, Amazon Kindle India The number of e-books I’ve read can be counted in single digits. I’m an old school snob, who believes the charm of physical books is irreplaceable. And the fact that I can hardly ever concentrate for long when Read More

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French court suspends burkini ban, says it ‘seriously breaches individual freedom’

France, burkini ban, france burkini ban, france burkini, French court burkini, burkini ban, muslims, world news France’s highest administrative court on Friday suspended a ban on full-body burkini swimsuits that has outraged Muslims and opened divisions within the government, pending a definitive ruling. The Conseil d’Etat gave the ruling following a request from the League of Human Rights to overturn Read More