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    1. US State Dept Official: Hafiz Saeed is a terrorist, his organisation LeT under US sanctions

      India Today

      While the Pakistani courts have once again given Hafiz Saeed a breather, United States seems to be on the same page with India.

    2. BJP Worker's Killing: Police Arrest Main Accused

      NDTV

      The main accused in the alleged killing of a BJP worker on Monday night near the Dronacharya Temple in Greater Noida was arrested on Wednesday, police said.

    3. Army Colonel Arrested In Himachal Pradesh For Allegedly Raping Colleague's Daughter

      NDTV

      A 56-year-old Army colonel was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly raping the daughter of a lieutenant colonel posted at the Army Training Command (ARTRAC) in Shimla, police said.

    4. Chidambaram Slams Assam Minister For "Cancer Is Divine Justice" Remark

      NDTV

      Congress leader P Chidambaram today denounced Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma for his remarks that some people suffer from life-threatening diseases because of sins committed in the past, saying...

    5. After IndiGo Refuses Payment In Rupees For Food, Man Goes To Cops

      NDTV

      A man who flew on an international IndiGo flight has complained to the police that the crew refused to accept payment in Indian currency for the food he bought. In a complaint filed with Sarojini...

    6. Congress, Hardik Patel Deceiving Each Other On Patidar Reservation: Arun Jaitley

      NDTV

      The BJP on Wednesday questioned the agreement reached between the Congress and Patidar leader Hardik Patel over reservation for the Patel community, saying the two are deceiving each other over what...

    7. Noida: FIR against society for separating 12 puppies from mother, throwing them out

      India Today

      Only nine out of the 12 puppies were found later, rest are still missing.

    8. Patna girl who shouted at KJ Alphons in viral video speaks out, says minister did not do anything to help her

      India Today

      KJ Alphons did not anything to help me at the Imphal airport, the Patna doctor who was seen shouting and berating the minister in a viral video told India Today.

    9. Visa-On-Arrival To All Travellers Visiting Rwanda From 2018

      NDTV

      Starting January 1 next year, any citizen from around the world, including India, holding a valid passport, can enter Rwanda by air, sea, or road, by getting a visa-on-arrival, its envoy said in New...

    10. Shankersinh Vaghela Promises 10 Per Cent Quota For Most Backward Classes In Gujarat

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      Gujarat's Kshatriya strongman Shankersinh Vaghela today said his fledgling 'Jan Vikalp Front' would carve out a special 10 per cent quota for the most backward classes from within the 27 per cent...

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    1. After Release Order, Lashkar Chief Hafiz Saeed Lauds Pak's 'Independence'

      NDTV

      A Pakistani court on Wednesday ordered the release from house arrest of an Islamist leader accused by the United States and India of masterminding attacks on Mumbai in 2008 in which 166 people were...

    2. Uber Breach, Cover Up Trigger Government Probes Around The Globe

      NDTV

      Governments around the globe launched investigations into Uber Technologies Inc after the company disclosed it had covered up a breach that exposed data on millions of customers and drivers, the...

    3. Hafiz Saeed Designated Terrorist By UN, US: Donald Trump Administration

      NDTV

      Mumbai attack mastermind and banned Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed is a terrorist leader designated by both the United Nations and the United States, the Donald Trump administration said...

    4. Qatar Begins Gulf Row Proceedings At World Trade Organisation

      NDTV

      Qatar took the final step on Wednesday to start litigation at the World Trade Organization in its row with the United Arab Emirates, but no other WTO members spoke up in support of the move, which...

    5. NASA Shares Stunning "Farewell Image" As Cassini Concludes Saturn Mission

      NDTV

      NASA has released a stunning view of Saturn and its splendid rings and moons, captured by the Cassini spacecraft during the final leg of its 20-year-long epic journey in space.

    6. Two Indian-origin men among 4 killed in collision between helicopter and plane in UK

      Hindustan Times

      The four people killed in the crash in Buckinghamshire were in a training session.

    7. North Korea Warns US, Says Terror Relisting Move 'Serious Provocation'

      NDTV

      North Korea denounced on Wednesday US President Donald Trump's decision to relist it as a state sponsor of terrorism, calling it a "serious provocation and violent infringement", North Korean state...

    8. Lebanon Prime Minister Saad Al-Hariri Shelves Resignation, Easing Crisis

      NDTV

      Lebanon's Saad al-Hariri on Wednesday shelved his decision to resign as prime minister at the request of President Michel Aoun to allow for dialogue, easing a crisis that had deepened tensions around...

    9. 'Lord Ganesha Ad' Breached Advertising Standard Code, Says Australian Authority

      NDTV

      In a U-turn, Australia's advertising watchdog has ruled that a controversial advertisement featuring Lord Ganesha and other divinities promoting consumption of lamb meat violated the country's...

    10. ‘Butcher of Bosnia’ Ratko Mladic sentenced to life for genocide, war crimes

      Hindustan Times

      Former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic, dubbed “The Butcher of Bosnia”, was found guilty of 10 of 11 charges, including the slaughter of 8,000 Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica.

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    1. Vicky Kaushal teams up with Kiara Advani for Karan Johar’s short film in Bombay Talkies 2.0

      Hindustan Times

      Vicky Kaushal, known for his performance in Neeraj Ghaywan’s Masaan and Anurag Kashyap’s Raman Raghav 2.0, has been paired opposite Kiara Advani for Karan Johar’s short film in Bombay Talkies 2.0.

    2. Padmavati: Gujarat bans Deepika Padukone film, second state after Madhya Pradesh

      Hindustan Times

      Ahead of polls, Gujarat has banned Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati. The film was banned in BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh earlier this week.

    3. Rishi Kapoor does it again, posts tweet comparing Beyonce with a flower vase

      Hindustan Times

      From tweeting about Kim Kardashian in a ‘mesh bag’ to being questioned for tweeting a kid’s video, Rishi Kapoor keeps us amazed.

    4. Punish financier who drove Ashok Kumar to suicide, troubled Ajith too: Director Suseenthiran

      Hindustan Times

      Director Suseenthiran alleged that Ajith backed out of Bala’s Naan Kadavul because of the same financier who has been accused of forcing Ashok Kumar to commit suicide.

    5. My biggest worry is that fringe elements are becoming mainstream: Vinod Kapri on Padmavati

      Hindustan Times

      Pihu director Vinod Kapri says what is happening to Sanjay Leela Bhansali over his film, Padmavati, is scary.

    6. Bigg Boss 11 Nov 22 written update: Arshi asks why it’s okay for Priyank to roam in his underwear but not her

      Hindustan Times

    7. The Crown Season 2 review: A majestic achievement in modern TV, Claire Foy goes out in style

      Hindustan Times

      The Crown Season 2 review: Netflix’s most expensive series returns, just as majestic, and just as insightful as before. It’s Claire Foy’s final season as Queen Elizabeth, and she goes out in style.

    8. Godless review: One of the most satisfying shows of the year, Netflix ends 2017 with a bang

      Hindustan Times

      Godless review: For its audience, the new Netflix limited series, starring Jack O’Connell, Jeff Daniels, Michelle Dockery will be one of the most satisfying TV shows of the year.

    9. I didn’t want to work with Bollywood superstars: Majid Majidi on not casting Deepika Padukone

      Hindustan Times

      Majid Majidi has finally revealed why he chose Malavika Mohanan over Deepika Padukone for Beyond the Clouds.

    10. Not ashamed of the fact that I am a little shy and scared of women : Shah Rukh Khan

      Hindustan Times

      Shah Rukh also recited a poem penned by renowned poet and lyricist Javed Akhtar.

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    1. Cooch Behar Trophy: Arjun Tendulkar Picks Up Five-Wicket Haul Against Madhya Pradesh

      NDTV

      Arjun, a promising left arm seamer, ended with figures of 5-95 in 26 overs in the second innings of the match played at the MCA's Bandra-Kurla Complex

    2. 'India Need A Bowling Superstar,' Says Sanjay Manjrekar

      NDTV

      Sanjay Manjrekar also praised young spinner Yuzvendra Chahal and the overall confidence which the current bowlers have.

    3. Indian Super League: Delhi Dynamos Start Campaign With A Win Over FC Pune City

      NDTV

      Delhi Dynamos controlled the game for most part of the opening for both the sides.

    4. India Can Trouble South Africa In 2018 Tour: Irfan Pathan

      NDTV

      Irfan Pathan feels India, who have never won a Test series in South Africa, can perhaps break the jinx in 2018.

    5. Harbhajan Singh Blasts Twitter User Who Asked Him To 'Retire With Grace'

      NDTV

      Harbhajan Singh does not fail to make his presence felt on the social media whenever he gets a chance.

    6. PCB To File Compensation Claim Against BCCI In January, Says Najam Sethi

      NDTV

      PCB would file a compensation claim against the BCCI with the ICC disputes resolution committee in the first week of January next year.

    7. AIBA Women's World Youth Boxing Championships: Ankushita Boro Among Four Indians Storm Into Semis

      NDTV

      Niharika Gonella, however missed out on her medal opportunity, bowing down to the more accomplished and technically stronger boxer from England, Georgia O'Connor.

    8. Virender Sehwag, Shoaib Akhtar Set For Another Showdown. This Time On Ice

      NDTV

      The two will be among an array of former cricketers who will feature for the exhibition match.

    9. Yuvraj Singh Chooses Training Over Ranji Trophy, BCCI Official Raises Question

      NDTV

      Yuvraj Singh has missed four out of five of Punjab's Ranji Trophy games to do fitness training at the National Cricket Academy

    10. Shakib Al Hasan Loses Temper After Umpire Rejects Appeal, Fined

      NDTV

      Disappointed with umpire's decision, Shakib Al Hasan got furious and even uttered few cuss words.

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    1. Retirement Fund EPFO Relaxes Norms For Filing Life Certificates

      NDTV

      EPFO has relaxed conditions for submitting life certificates, including for online submissions.

    2. Euro-VI Fuel To Be Supplied In Delhi From April, Says Oil Minister

      NDTV

      Euro-VI grade fuel contains 10 parts per million (ppm) of sulphur as against 50 ppm in Euro-IV fuels.

    3. India’s annual diesel consumption could rise to 50 billion litres by 2030

      Hindustan Times

      India is looking to cut its oil imports by 10% in 2022.

    4. Sensex Extends Gains To Fifth Day, Nifty Settles Near 10,350

      NDTV

      Among top Nifty gainers were Adani Ports, GAIL India, UltraTech Cement, Ambuja Cements, SBI and HDFC.

    5. After Sovereign Ratings, Moody's Upgrades Outlook For India Inc.

      NDTV

      Moody's had upgraded the country's sovereign ratings to Baa2 with a stable outlook, last week.

    6. Cabinet gives nod to wage policy framework for CPSE workers

      Hindustan Times

      Management of the central public sector enterprises will be ‘free’ to negotiate wage revision for workers where the periodicity of wage settlement of 5 years or 10 years ‘expired generally’ on December 31, 2016.

    7. Jumbo sale: Two Boeing 747 jets auctioned on Chinese online shopping portal

      Hindustan Times

      The sky seems to be the limit for Chinese online shopping portal Taobao, which auctioned off two Boeing 747 jumbo jets on Tuesday for nearly $50 million

    8. Rupee Extends Gains Against US Dollar

      NDTV

      Globally, the dollar dipped against its peers today, weighed down as U.S. Treasury yields failed to rise despite increasing investor risk appetite in broader financial markets.

    9. Sensex Rises Over 100 Points, Nifty Trades Above 10,350

      NDTV

      The Sensex rose 123 points to 33,601.73 in early trade while the 50-scrip National Stock Exchange benchmark index added 37 points to 10,364.05, amid broad-based gains across sectors.

    10. Markets open on a higher note on Wednesday

      Hindustan Times

      The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) on Wednesday opened on a positive note during the morning session of the trade.

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    1. World’s highest-paid model 2017: Kendall Jenner ousts Gisele Bundchen with $22m year

      Hindustan Times

      Kim Kardashian’s half-sister, model Kendall Jenner, earned an estimated $22 million between June 1, 2016, and June 1, 2017, thanks both to her runway fashion jobs and an 84 million Instagram following that helped her launch her own clothing line...

    2. Olive oil, apricot oil & glycerin soaps: Here’s how to look after your skin in winter

      Hindustan Times

      Follow these tips to keep your nails and hands soft and moisturised in the cold season.

    3. You were told carbs are bad. This bikini model’s transformation will bust the myth

      Hindustan Times

      For years, carbohydrate-rich food like bread and pasta have earned a bad rep. Our gym trainers often discourage us from eating carbs because there is a common misconception that it leads to weight gain.

    4. Japan follows Europe’s footsteps: Its latest obsession is bespoke leather shoes

      Hindustan Times

      Bespoke leather shoemaking has historically been dominated by European artisans but Japan developed a taste for the luxury footwear at the beginning of the 2000s and local manufacturing classes quickly took off.

    5. Be careful what you inhale: Link seen between pollution and sperm size

      Hindustan Times

      According to a study, men exposed to fine particle air pollution may risk having smaller, abnormally-shaped sperm.

    6. From pani puri to vada pav, Mumbai’s street food caters to everyone

      Hindustan Times

      From the tangy ‘pani puri’ to the spicy ‘vada pav’, the sprawling metropolis has a complete mish mash of snacks available on every roadside.

    7. The Taste with Vir Sanghvi: Were you to eat the way you do in Japan, you’d be regarded as a barbarian

      Hindustan Times

      In this week’s column, Vir Sanghvi traces the history of modern Japanese food, and the influence chef Nobu Matsuhisa has had on it.

    8. IFFI red carpet: We think Janhvi Kapoor’s dark and romantic outfit is breathtaking

      Hindustan Times

      Arriving on the International Film Festival of India red carpet with parents, actor Sridevi and producer Boney Kapoor, upcoming actor Janhvi Kapoor opted for a stylish Anamika Khanna lehenga-choli, looking absolutely stunning.

    9. Seek help if you have an eating disorder or it’ll wreck your health in the long-term

      Hindustan Times

      A recent study says eating disorders could lead to greater body weight, larger waist circumference and lower psychological wellbeing as well as a lower self-evaluation of general health in later life.

    10. Video games aren’t all bad. They may help improve posture in autistic kids

      Hindustan Times

      The study states that video games, which are devised with action-based games involving quick movements and graphics with ninja poses help autistic kids to improve their postural stability and impaired daily activities.

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    1. Are you a food snitcher? Here’s why you like to eat from other people’s plates

      Hindustan Times

      Let’s face it we have all done it, eating from other people’s plates but have you ever figured out why we do it? We got in touch with experts, who give a few possible reasons for food snitching.

    2. Looking to lose weight quickly? Eat six meals a day to shed a few kilos in a week

      Hindustan Times

      Consuming six small meals a day helps you to avoid overeating - people are often unaware of how many additional calories they eat due to having portion sizes that are bigger than necessary.

    3. Take your meds: Popping heartburn pills doesn’t up dementia risk

      Hindustan Times

      In a new study, scientists were able to conclude that developing dementia or Alzheimer’s disease (the most common form of dementia) did not appear to be linked to taking PPIs.

    4. Swipe away: Strengthen your psychological well-being through mobile apps

      Hindustan Times

      According to a new study, individuals suffering from mental health problems can strengthen their psychological well-being through mobile apps.

    5. Here’s how consuming eggs during pregnancy helps cut risk of food allergies in babies

      Hindustan Times

      Eating eggs, peanuts and shellfish during pregnancy may help in protecting the new born from food allergy symptoms, says a recent study.

    6. Elderly, take note: Rapid decline in walking speed is a sign of a weakening heart

      Hindustan Times

      Swedish researchers found that heart disease risk factors such as smoking, living with diabetes, obesity, or being physically inactive were linked to having a slower walking speed.

    7. Here’s why compound exercises are the secret to faster muscle gains

      Hindustan Times

      From increasing muscle size to burning more calories, here are 5 reasons why you need to opt for compound exercises this winter.

    8. Sleeve gastrectomy: This weight-loss surgery lowers women’s booze tolerance

      Hindustan Times

      A team of researchers found that after undergoing sleeve gastrectomy, women could be legally intoxicated after drinking half the number of drinks than women who did not have this surgery.

    9. Skincare myths busted: Here’s all you need to know about looking after your skin

      Hindustan Times

      Oily skin too needs moisturising and even if your make-up has SPF, you need sunscreen. Experts deconstruct some commonly held skincare misconceptions.

    10. Healthy winter snacks: 9 foods that’ll keep you warm and fit this season

      Hindustan Times

      To stay healthy and active during the colder months of the year, ditch deep-fried snacks for healthy snacks like fox nuts, cinnamon cookies, oranges and carrots, say experts.

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    1. Planning a trip to Oman? These luxury resorts are the finest ever created

      Hindustan Times

      With Oman’s tourist season currently on, the country -- which sees visitors from across the world and is a little over three hours by air from India -- has a lot to offer in terms of experiences through its delightful resorts. One such resort is...

    2. ‘Selling death’: Australia cemeteries get new lease of life with music, workshops, art

      Hindustan Times

      Australian authorities are trying to reinvent cemeteries as unexplored, lush, green spaces in the heart of crowded cities. They hope to challenge the taboos surrounding death while breathing new life into the usually sombre grounds.

    3. A Swarovski-bedecked Christmas tree, festive markets and Santa’s House await you in Switzerland

      Hindustan Times

      Spend this Christmas in Switzerland where you can browse through markets that display a variety of arts and crafts and Christmas delicacies.

    4. Planning a vacation in December? Here’s why you should do your bookings before Nov 18

      Hindustan Times

      If you are planning a holiday in December, you must book your flight ticket and finalise hotel booking before November 18, suggests TripAdvisor’s Best Time to Book report, released on Wednesday.

    5. Heads up, foodies: Taipei is the latest Asian city to have its own Michelin guide

      Hindustan Times

      Taiwan is the newest foodie paradise as its capital Taipei will become the latest Asian city to have its own Michelin guide in the first quarter of 2018.

    6. This urban, community vineyard in the Netherlands in a must-visit. Here’s why

      Hindustan Times

      While The Hague has plenty of green spaces, it is more known for the vast, wind-swept beaches, so it’s surprising that there’s a winery in the middle of the city.

    7. There’s more to Las Vegas than casinos. Here are 5 other ways to have a fun trip

      Hindustan Times

      If trying your luck at casinos in Las Vegas is not your idea of a great vacation, we’ve got news for you. You can have a ball of a time in the city anyway. Read on to know how.

    8. This Children’s Day, take your kids to South Africa. Here’s why it’s perfect for them

      Hindustan Times

      With its beautiful scenery, thriving wildlife, numerous adventure sports and rich cultural and historic roots, the rainbow nation of South Africa, makes for the perfect getaway to have an unforgettable experience with your kids.

    9. Gorgeous beaches, luxury resorts, gourmet food: Top 10 reasons to visit Peru

      Hindustan Times

      There’s more to Peru than Machu Pichu. Here are the 10 experiences you absolutely need to have in Peru.

    10. Take heart. Indians are the most digitally advanced travellers in the world

      Hindustan Times

      India has emerged as the most digitally-advanced traveller nation in terms of digital tools being used for travel purposes, a survey released today said.

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    1. BMW Motorrad Expands Presence With Dealerships In Chennai And Kochi

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      BMW Motorrad made its official entry in India earlier this year and the German motorcycle maker has been expanding its network aggressively. Making its presence felt in the south, BMW Motorrad...

    2. Volvo XC40 Production Commences At The Company's Belgium Plant

      carandbike

      Volvo has officially commenced the production of the new XC40 SUV and global deliveries will commence from early 2018.

    3. New Device Could Make Hydrogen Cars Affordable For Masses

      carandbike

      Scientists have designed a device that can use solar energy to inexpensively and efficiently create and store energy, which could be used to power electronic devices, and to create hydrogen fuel for...

    4. Actor Alia Bhatt Upgrades To A Range Rover Vogue Luxury SUV

      carandbike

      Alia Bhatt is one of the most sought-after actors at present and has been growing every year from strength to strength. Well, that also seems to be her philosophy when choosing cars and has upgraded...

    5. TVS Apache RR 310 Launch Date Revealed

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      The much awaited TVS Apache RR 310 will be launched in India on 6th December, 2017. It is the most powerful bike from TVS till date and also the first ever TVS bike to have a full fairing up front. It...

    6. Apple Scientists Disclose Self-Driving Car Research

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      Scientists from Apple Inc have finally disclosed the research on self-driving cars, using fewer sensors. This is is possibly the first time that boffins at Apple have revealed its research on a public...

    7. "Click Pictures Of Illegally Parked Cars, Get Rewarded," Says Nitin Gadkari

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      Transport minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday asked citizens to click picture of wrongly parked cars and send to authorities, while proposing a 10 per cent reward for them from Rs. 500 fine imposed on...

    8. New Aston Martin Vantage Unveiled

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      Aston Martin today finally pulled the wraps off the new Vantage sports coupe. The new sports car from the British automaker comes with an imposing stance, sharp design and styling and exhilarating V8...

    9. Maruti Suzuki Swift Limited Edition Launched In India; Priced From ₹ 5.44 Lakh

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      The current Maruti Suzuki Swift is all set to receive a generation change next year when the all-new model will make its debut at the 2018 Auto Expo. With the model nearing the end of its life-cycle,...

    10. KTM 790 Adventure Spotted Testing

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      The KTM 790 Adventure has been finally spotted testing and is almost ready for production. We should be able to see the bike hit the roads before 2018 ends.

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    1. Steam Black Friday 2017 Sale: GTA V, Witcher 3, Wolfenstein 2, and More PC Game Deals

      Gadgets360

      The Steam Black Friday 2017 sale sees GTA 5, The Witcher 3, Wolfenstein 2, and many other cheap PC games on Steam.

    2. Is Andy Weir's Artemis as Good as the Martian?

      Gadgets360

      Artemis is set on the moon, and has the same science-y details which made The Martian great.

    3. Xiaomi Smartphone Exchange Programme, Vodafone Rs. 199 Plan, Honor 9 Lite Price Cut, and More: Your 360 Daily

      Gadgets360

      Xiaomi launches smartphone exchange programme, Vodafone unveils Rs. 199 prepaid plan, Honor 9 Lite gets a Rs. 2,000 price cut, and more.

    4. Coolpad Note 5 Lite Gets a 32GB Storage Variant in India

      Gadgets360

      Coolpad has brought the 32GB inbuilt storage variant of the Note 5 Lite smartphone to India.

    5. Xiaomi Mi A1 Android One Smartphone Starts Receiving November Security Update

      Gadgets360

      Xiaomi's first Android One smartphone is receiving the November security patch over-the-air.

    6. Google Play Celebrates Cyber Week With Discounted Apps, Games, Music, and More Offers

      Gadgets360

      Google Play has kicked off discounts on apps, games, music, TV shows, and books to celebrate Cyber Week.

    7. Honor 8 Lite Gets a Price Cut in India

      Gadgets360

      Honor 8 Lite price in India is Rs. 15,999, and the smartphone is available in Black and Blue colour variants.

    8. Tencent to Bring Playerunknown's Battleground to China, Promises Socialist Values

      Gadgets360

      Playerunknown's Battleground will get a socialist makeover to meet stringent Chinese rules.

    9. India Needs Micro-Data Centres to Connect the Next Billion, Says HP

      Gadgets360

      "India needs Mangalyaan-scale thinking to connect the next billion and the effort has to be indigenous, not borrowed. "

    10. Facebook India Launches Digital, Startup Training Programmes

      Gadgets360

      The two programmes - Facebook Digital Training and Facebook Startup Training Hubs - are being rolled out in India before any other country.

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