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OnePlus 5T: Stellar flagship killer worth every rupee

OnePlus 5T: Stellar flagship killer worth every rupee

New Delhi, Nov 22 (IANS) When it comes to the premium smartphone segment in India, Samsung and Apple rule the roost, with Google round the corner.



P.R. Dasmunsi: Brilliant organiser who rose during golden hour of student politics

P.R. Dasmunsi: Brilliant organiser who rose during golden hour of student politics

Kolkata, Nov 20 (IANS) Articulate and multifaceted, Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi was a master in political manoeuvring and the topmost leader of the youth brigade that took West Bengal by storm in the late 1960s, to sideline the Communists and bring back the Congress to power in 1972.

From 'Miss Campus Princess' to 'Miss World': Manushi Chillar's ascent within a year

From 'Miss Campus Princess' to 'Miss World': Manushi Chillar's ascent within a year

Chandigarh, Nov 19 (IANS) It has been a title bagging year for a doctor-in-the-making. Manushi Chillar, the Miss World 2017, has been bagging beauty titles in the past one year even while pursuing her course in medicine in an all-girls medical college in Haryana's Sonepat district.

'India can become second largest market for robotic surgery'

'India can become second largest market for robotic surgery'

Panaji, Nov 19 (IANS) With the aim of installing 200 more robots and reach over 20,000 robotic-assisted surgeries per year by 2020, US-based Vattikuti Foundation is set to make India the second largest market for robotic surgery in the world after the US, said the non-profit's top executive here.

Billion Capture+: Long battery, AI-enabled personal experience

Billion Capture+: Long battery, AI-enabled personal experience

New Delhi, Nov 18 (IANS) Giving birth to a new trend, e-tailer Flipkart has launched its very own smartphone, the "Billion Capture+" that houses artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities courtesy Smartron, the domestic IoT brand.

Smaller place, less crowd mar spirit of foreign participation at IITF

Smaller place, less crowd mar spirit of foreign participation at IITF

New Delhi, Nov 18 (IANS) The ongoing construction activity at the Pragati Maidan fairground has marred the spirit of trade fair this year with lesser stalls and crowds compared to the previous years. However, traders were still hopeful of good sales now that the business days are over and the fair is open for common people.

Gionee M7 Power: Long battery, 3D photos and much more

Gionee M7 Power: Long battery, 3D photos and much more

New Delhi, Nov 16 (IANS) The dominance of Chinese smartphone players in the Indian market is not going to wither away any time soon, and Gionee India, with a customer base of 12.5 million and over six per cent market share, has ramped up its efforts to become one of the top five brands in the country.

Will Delhi's air replicate London's 'Great Smog'?

Will Delhi's air replicate London's 'Great Smog'?

New Delhi, Nov 15 (IANS) On a cold December morning some 65 years ago, a seemingly dense fog engulfed the City of London. People went about their business as usual as it was a common occurrence at that time. It didn't take long, however, for Londoners to realise that this was no regular fog but a toxic combination of smoke and fog -- smog.

Smart is over, it's time for Intelligent Phones

Smart is over, it's time for Intelligent Phones

The mode of communication changed altogether with the arrival of mobile phones in our lives. It got wider and more meaningful once the world was exposed to smartphones.

Railways to increase efficiency via skill-based training

Railways to increase efficiency via skill-based training

New Delhi, Nov 13 (IANS) Indian Railways has decided to send its staff members for "skill-based training" to enhance their productivity and efficiency levels.

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