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June 21, 2018, Thursday | Sports
All three matches on day seven ended in a 1-0 result that saw Uruguay advance to the group of 16, and Saudi Arabia and Morocco crashing out of the tournament.
April 14, 2018, Saturday | Current Affairs
Contract teachers have a bad name and I'm not commenting on their working conditions; they should get paid adequately: Rukmini
March 14, 2018, Wednesday | Markets
Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market value, pared an advance of about 2 percent after Google's announcement
January 23, 2018, Tuesday | Partner Content
Why is it easy to make money online?
December 22, 2017, Friday | International
Neutron stars are the dense, collapsed cores that remain after large stars die in a supernova explosion
September 21, 2017, Thursday | Current Affairs
The images revealed that it was actually not one, but two asteroids of almost the same mass and size, orbiting each other at a distance of 96 kms
August 02, 2017, Wednesday | Technology
About 80 per cent of the apps that were pointed out did not warn of any risks of trading
June 16, 2016, Thursday | Current Affairs
This is similar to the black hole merger announced in February 2016 which confirmed that Einstein's General Theory of Relativity was correct
July 03, 2013, Wednesday | Opinion
It would be, of course, an exaggeration to say the public relations profession is the toughest white-collar job around. But given that it is driven by the amorphous quality of perception, this job is not among the easiest. In the fast-growing market ...
September 29, 2006, Friday | Beyond Business
Almost everything in General Pervez Musharrafs autobiography is going to be hotly debated in India, but one thing seems certain: everyone interested in Pakistan, Kashmir, Indias foreign policy,
November 24, 2005, Thursday | Companies
CDMA technology and chipset designer Qualcomm Inc will set up a handset pre-certification laboratory in Hyderabad that will go on stream by the end of this year.
November 04, 2005, Friday | Beyond Business
Q & A/ Kanwalinder Singh
June 10, 2004, Thursday | Companies
Third generation mobile telephony was ushered into India today when Tata Teleservices launched BREW-based products and services to its 1.43 million mobile customers.