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Bihar killings: Slain policeman's family demands CBI probe

PATNA:  A day after a sub-inspector and a constable of the Bihar Police were killed and a constable seriously injured by criminals during an encounter in Saran district, the slain sub-inspector's family has demanded a CBI probe into the incident.

Tweak features to end deep discounts, NRAI tells online food aggregators

NEW DELHI:  In a bid to stop "unethical" deep discounting practices of online food aggregators amid nationwide #logout campaign, the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) on Tuesday told the platforms to realign their offerings to create a restaurant-friendly ecosystem, ending the system of freebies and detox the consumers from discount addiction.

Exploring Chandigarh in a day !

When I was on my way to Manali from Delhi for the first time, I had to pass through Chandigarh. The city was also a place I never been, so I decided to stay over for a day and explore it. I had always heard of how well-planned this joint capital city is, but I would have never imagined that it would be the way tabloids describe them. I had booked a direct cab from Delhi airport to Chandigarh and decided to keep the car on me for the entire day. It was during the late winters and the weather was perfect to roam around a beautiful city like this.

Samsung launches 'made in India' Galaxy Note10 smartphones

BENGALURU:  Samsung on Tuesday brought much-awaited "made in India" Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ with enhanced S Pen and pro-grade camera to the country that would take the productivity and creativity to a new level.

Indonesian Students visited LPU to study Digital Marketing

JALANDHAR: Jalandhar: Nineteen students and faculty- members from Indonesia’s renowned STEIN and AKPINDO institutions reached Lovely Professional University (LPU) to study Digital Marketing. They visited India under LPU’s two-week long "Study India Programme". At LPU, the visitors also got practical and theoretical academic deliveries for digital marketing, including that on search engine optimization, paid search marketing, affiliate marketing, e-mail marketing, social media marketing.

Jalandhar DC orders to vacate 85 villages along river Satluj, rescue centers set up

JALANDHAR :Alarmed by the sudden rise in water level due to release of excessive water from Ropar Headwork, the Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar Varinder Kumar Sharma and Senior Superintendent of Police Navjot Singh Mahal, accompanied by MLA Hardev Singh Laddi, visited Shahkot Sub Division to oversee the arrangements made for tackling the flood like situation.

Last narrow gauge line in Central India to chug into history

NAGPUR: The old world magic and excitement of travelling leisurely by trains on narrow gauge railway lines, is fast becoming a thing of the past world over, including India.

NIPEF opposes privatisation of power distribution

CHANDIGARH: Northern India Power Engineers Federation (NIPEF) strongly opposes Government of India’s initiatives to    privatize the power distribution across the country.

Google's Android: Undisputed leader of smartphone OS

NEW DELHI: If you just look at the number of people using Android phones in the world, it would appear that Apple's iOS has only a few takers, but a look at the amount of money people spend on Apple's App Store paints a different picture.

'The great gold bull market has begun'

MUMBAI: Gold prices have hit a record high amid a rush for safe haven assets owing to the fears of a recession. Goehring & Rozencwajg, a research firm which focuses on investments in natural resources, says the great gold bull market has begun.

'The great gold bull market has begun'

MUMBAI: Gold prices have hit a record high amid a rush for safe haven assets owing to the fears of a recession. Goehring & Rozencwajg, a research firm which focuses on investments in natural resources, says the great gold bull market has begun.

Tight security marks J&K's first I-Day post Article 370

SRINAGAR: Independence Day was observed in the Kashmir Valley amid tight security on Thursday with Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik saying the government is committed to the return of Kashmiri Pandits to the Valley.

There is no bigger decision than Kashmir: PM Modi (IANS Interview)

NEW DELHI:  With Prime Minister Narendra Modi completing 75 days today in his second avatar as the nation's helmsman, he speaks extensively to IANS on his priorities going forward and also touches upon various sensitive issues varying from Jammu & Kashmir, medical reforms, criticality of education to taking the knife to the tumor of corruption within the bureaucracy. In an extensive conversation with IANS Editor-in-Chief Sandeep Bamzai, the Prime Minister walks him through the most contentious issues facing India and his remedies for the maladies.

Slowdown continues: Domestic passenger cars sales plunge 36% in July

NEW DELHI: The slump in domestic passenger cars' sales continued with the segment's off-take plunging by 35.95 per cent in July.

Sensex down 218 pts, RIL up 9%

MUMBAI:  The Sensex fell by over 200 points during the early trade on Tuesday.

Massive fire at Delhi market

NEW DELHI:  A massive fire broke out at the Gandhi Nagar market in the national capital on Tuesday. A total of 21 fire tenders have been rushed to the spot. There were no reports of any injury yet, fire officials said.

The road ahead for unsuccessful candidates in UPSC exam

UPSC conducts an annual countrywide examination for selection to various central governmental posts and for civil service vacancies. More than 10 lakh candidates apply for the most awaited examination every year. The number of candidates, who clear the final round of interview, though is just around 900-1000, numbers vary every year. That means only the cream of applied candidates make it to the final round of selection, which further gets reduced. The major big chunk that gets left out will have to make another attempt, conditions applicable, to sail through their dreams.

Meesho raises $125 mn in funding round led by Naspers

BENGALURU: E-commerce platfrom Meesho on Monday said that it has received an investment of $125 million in its latest funding round led by South Africa-based global consumer internet group Naspers.

Amazon launches Marketplace Appstore in India

BENGALURU: Amazon on Monday launched its Marketplace Appstore in India, which is a platform created for sellers to discover trusted third-party applications that can help them automate, grow and manage their business.

J&K celebrates Eid after special status revocation

SRINAGAR:  Amid massive security arrangements and restrictions, Jammu and Kashmir on Monday marked its first Eid after the revocation of its special status, even as the state administration held a meeting with local clerics to oversee prayer arrangements and ensure peaceful celebrations.

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