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October 11: Pictures for the day

  • October 11: Pictures for the day

    October 11: Pictures for the day

  • <p>A man speaks on a BlackBerry mobile phone inside a shop in Kolkata</p><p><b>Research in Motion said on Tuesday it had restored BlackBerry services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, some 20 hours after users in EMEA and India first reported problems with email and BlackBerry Messenger.</b></p><p>"Yesterday, some BlackBerry subscribers in the EMEA region experienced delays with BlackBerry services. The issue was resolved and services are operating normally," RIM said in a statement at 0550 GMT.</p>

    A man speaks on a BlackBerry mobile phone inside a shop in Kolkata

    Research in Motion said on Tuesday it had restored BlackBerry services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, some 20 hours after users in EMEA and India first reported problems with email and BlackBerry Messenger.

    "Yesterday, some BlackBerry subscribers in the EMEA region experienced delays with BlackBerry services. The issue was resolved and services are operating normally," RIM said in a statement at 0550 GMT.

  • <p>The Facebook logo is displayed on a computer screen in Brussels</p><p><b>Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Facebook Inc unveiled a partnership on Tuesday to help the world&#39;s largest retailer connect customers with its local stores.</b></p><p>Wal-Mart launched My Local Walmart, a page that lets the retailer&#39;s roughly nine million Facebook fans follow what is happening at stores in their neighborhoods.</p><p>The effort covers about 3,500 Wal-Mart outlets and will send alerts to the company&#39;s Facebook fans about new products and discounts, the companies said.</p>

    The Facebook logo is displayed on a computer screen in Brussels

    Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Facebook Inc unveiled a partnership on Tuesday to help the world's largest retailer connect customers with its local stores.

    Wal-Mart launched My Local Walmart, a page that lets the retailer's roughly nine million Facebook fans follow what is happening at stores in their neighborhoods.

    The effort covers about 3,500 Wal-Mart outlets and will send alerts to the company's Facebook fans about new products and discounts, the companies said.

  • <p>A shareholder speaks on a mobile phone while attending the annual general meeting of RCap in Mumbai</p><p></b>India&#39;s telecom stocks rose on Tuesday after a new draft policy unveiled by the government was seen broadly positive for the once-booming sector that has struggled in recent years due to ferocious competition and a massive graft scandal.</p><p></b>The draft released on Monday proposes to let cellular carriers share, pool and trade radio airwaves and allow for consolidation in the crowded 15-player industry.</p><p>

    A shareholder speaks on a mobile phone while attending the annual general meeting of RCap in Mumbai

    India's telecom stocks rose on Tuesday after a new draft policy unveiled by the government was seen broadly positive for the once-booming sector that has struggled in recent years due to ferocious competition and a massive graft scandal.

    The draft released on Monday proposes to let cellular carriers share, pool and trade radio airwaves and allow for consolidation in the crowded 15-player industry.

  • <p>A man uses an electronic machine to check a currency note at a money exchange shop in Siliguri</p><p><b>The rupee gained for the fourth session on Tuesday and hovered near a two-week high, helped by foreign fund inflows on the back of strong local stocks, though the rally may not last much longer due to lack of a concrete Eurozone debt plan.</b></p><p>At 10:49 am, the partially convertible rupee was at 48.9000/9050 per dollar, 0.2% stronger than its Monday&#39;s close of 48.975/985, after touching 48.86, its highest since Sep 29.</p><p>Shares rose 1% as investors picked up battered heavyweight stocks ahead of the quarterly earnings season</p>

    A man uses an electronic machine to check a currency note at a money exchange shop in Siliguri

    The rupee gained for the fourth session on Tuesday and hovered near a two-week high, helped by foreign fund inflows on the back of strong local stocks, though the rally may not last much longer due to lack of a concrete Eurozone debt plan.

    At 10:49 am, the partially convertible rupee was at 48.9000/9050 per dollar, 0.2% stronger than its Monday's close of 48.975/985, after touching 48.86, its highest since Sep 29.

    Shares rose 1% as investors picked up battered heavyweight stocks ahead of the quarterly earnings season

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