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Locking horns at the top

Apart from being the only all-wheel-drive sports utility vehicle in the entry-level luxury segment, the new Audi Q3 Dynamic also has adjustable suspensions. Do these make it better than the Mercedes-Benz GLA?

Travelling in the digital age

A new Expedia survey reveals how Indians are increasingly using their smartphones, tablets and other mobile gear for organising their travel plans. What's more, they cannot do without these gadgets while on vacation

Wall St little changed as Microsoft offsets Amazon

Amazon plunged 7.3% to $290.45 as the biggest drag on both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100

CEC report: Odisha's Oppn leader seeks Naveen's resignation for illegal mining

He was accused of involvement in the large scale illegal mining in Odisha

Paswan meets FM; wants import duty on edible oils to be hiked

Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley here and discussed the issue of raising import duty on crude and refined edible oils to restrict cheap imports and protect domestic farmers, among other matters.

BJP, Cong among 26 parties yet to submit election expenditure of LS polls to EC

The BJP and Congress are the only two national parties yet to submit details of their expenditure incurred during the Lok Sabha 2014 elections to the Election Commission

Oil minister reviews readiness for re-launch of DBT in LPG scheme

Petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan today reviewed the performance of Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) for the re-launch of the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) in the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) scheme

Paswan meets FM; wants import duty on edible oils to be hiked

Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley here and discussed the issue of raising import duty on crude and refined edible oils to restrict cheap imports and protect domestic farmers, among other matters.

IAF asks personnel not to use Xiaomi phones

The phones are believed to be transferring data to their servers in China and could be a security risk

Ebola vaccine doses could reach Africa by mid-2015: WHO

Ebola vaccine trials could start in west Africa in December, with hundreds of thousands of doses potentially being rolled out by mid-2015, the World Health Organisation said Friday.

DIPP sets up think tank to draft national IPR policy

The Commerce and Industry Ministry today constituted a six-member think tank to draft the National Intellectual Property Rights Policy.

Tesco using India IT hub to stay ahead

About 8,000 km away from the headquarters of Tesco, the worlds third largest retailer by sales, a select group of information technology (IT) professionals is at work to make robotics a part of grocery shopping across the UK chains stores worldwide. ...

Xiaomi shifts phone user data out of China on privacy concerns

Xiaomi Redmi 1S phone was seen sending data including the user's IMEI, phone number, and phone numbers of contacts added to phone book to a remote server

Government rejects SSTL's FDI proposal

The Finance Ministry has rejected Sistema Shyam Teleservices' (SSTL) proposal to increase foreign stake to 100 per cent due to conversion of redeemable preference shares into equity.

Irda slaps Rs 50 lakh penalty on ICICI Lombard

Insurance sector regulator Irda has slapped a penalty of Rs 50 lakh on general insurer ICICI Lombard for violating various norms during financial years FY 2011, FY 2012, FY 2013 and FY 2014.

Krishna board chairman meets AP CM on Srisailam water issue

Krishna River Management Board (KRMB) will convene a meeting to resolve the ongoing stand-off between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governments over the use of Srisailam reservoir water for power generation, according to the irrigation department ...

CIL trade unions caution against de-nationalisation of mines

Cautioning against any attempt to de-nationalise coal mines, the five operating trade unions of Coal India Ltd (CIL) have said they will meet shortly to decide the future course of action.

PM's Rs 745cr package to JK flood victims a crude joke: Cong

Congress today hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Rs 745 crore package to flood victims of the Kashmir Valley, saying the relief announced by him was a "crude joke" with the people of the state and showed "casual approach" of the Centre to ...

NAFED to invite EoI for import of 25K tonnes potatoes

In order to boost supply and contain rising potato prices, co-operative major NAFED today said it will invite expression of interest (EoI) this weekend from global suppliers for supplying 25,000 tonnes of potatoes.

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