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Coal mine explosion in China kills 11: Xinhua
Beijing: Eleven people died Thursday in a coal mine explosion in China, state media reported, in the second deadly accident in two days in the country`s notoriously dangerous mining industry. The blast ripped through the Songlin mine in the southwestern ...
11 killed in second deadly coal mine explosion in as many days in China
11 killed in China's coal mine blast
China Hit by Second Deadly Mine Blast in 2 Days
Egyptian soldiers stand guard on the Egyptian side of the Rafah border crossing
Egyptian soldiers stand guard on the Egyptian side of the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip. Egypt reopened the Rafah crossing with Gaza, for the first time since its closure in late October after a bombing in the Sinai ...
Egypt: Rafah Border Crossing Is Opened Temporarily
Egypt opens Rafah crossing for Gaza-bound
Gunmen kill 3 Egyptian policemen in Sinai
Gionee Elife S5.1 with thinnest smartphone tag lands in India
The Gionee Elife S5.1 smartphone has been finally launched in India after months of teasing and the device is being offered for Rs 18999. The phone is amongst the slimmest in the market, having a design that's just 5.1mm thick and it can be yours from next ...
Gionee's thinnest smartphone Elife S5.1 launched in India for Rs 18999
Gionee launches thinnest smartphone Elife S5.1 for Rs 18999
Gionee launches its thinnest smartphone Elife S5.1 in India for Rs 18999
Idea allows rivals Airtel, Vodafone to use its airwaves up to January 15
As Bharti Airtel and Vodafone prepare to shift their network to newly allotted spectrum, rival Idea Cellular has agreed to let them use its airwaves in 900 MHz band for a period up to January 15. The arrangement, which has no financial implication, is for only 45 ...
Idea allows Airtel and Vodafone to utilize its airwaves up to January 15
Global telecom body asks DoT to put more spectrum on auction
Dearth of spectrum can jeopardise Digital India programme GSMA
Microsoft Kills MixRadio Unlimited Music Download Subscription in India
MixRadio, the streaming service from Microsoft Nokia, has withdrawn its unlimited music download subscription for India. The move was confirmed by Dean Pattrick, Evangelist for MixRadio at Microsoft, on Twitter on Tuesday, saying, "MixRadio service will be ...
Microsoft Lumia 535 smartphone: 5 things to know
Microsoft launches 'Lumia 535' in India
Microsoft Lumia 535 first impressions: Finally, a solid budget Windows smartphone
Hong Kong student leader banned from Mong Kok protest site
HONG KONG, Nov 27 (Reuters) – Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong was banned from a large area in Mong Kok as a condition of bail on Thursday after he was arrested during scuffles with police as they cleared one of the largest protest sites that have …
Hong Kong riot police clear protest site, arrest pro-democracy student leaders
Hong Kong police arrest 7 officers for beating protester
Clashes as Hong Kong protesters try to regain lost ground
Karbonn Sparkle V becomes first Android One smartphone to be launched ...
In news that is both surprising an unexpected, the Karbonn Sparkle V which belongs to Google's Android One lineup has made its way into the UK with its price set at £129.99. That asking amount is quite high if compared against what it's selling at in India ...
Karbonn Sparkle V the First Android One Phone Launched Outside India
Android One Goes To The UK With Karbonn's Sparkle V Launch
Karbonn Sparkle V To Hit Europe
Alibaba chief Jack Ma ready for bigger play in India's e-commerce industry
NEW DELHI: Alibaba's Jack Ma has given the clearest indication yet that the world's largest ecommerce group is ready for a bigger play in India's online retail industry, likely making the country one of the fiercest battlegrounds for global consumer Internet ...
Alibaba keen to invest more in India, says founder Jack Ma
Alibaba's Jack Ma wants to take Indian goods to China
Alibaba's Jack Ma needs India as much as India needs him
For Vodafone, Big Relief in One - But Not the Biggest - of its Tax Cases
The government has decided that it will not appeal against telecom giant Vodafone's victory in the Bombay High Court last month, which said the company does not owe taxes of Rs. 3,200 crore for allegedly underpricing shares of a subsidiary in a rights issue ...
AG Mukul Rohatgi asks Income Tax department to not appeal ruling in Vodafone ...
Government Advised Against Challenging Vodafone Tax Ruling
Victory for Vodafone? Govt unlikely to appeal in Rs 3200 tax case
Sensex, Nifty Flat Amid Choppy Trade; Midcaps Gain
BSE Sensex and Nifty struggled for momentum today as caution prevailed ahead the release of July-September economic growth data on Friday and the RBI policy review on Tuesday. Sensex was flat at 28,385 while Nifty remained almost unchanged at ...
Markets live: Sensex down 25 points
Sensex trades flat ahead derivatives expiry
Markets remain flat; Infosys, HUL lead gains