New Delhi: In a bid to take the gaming experience to a new level in India, Taiwanese smartphone and notebook maker ASUS on Wednesday launched six Next...


New Delhi, Taking the smartphone world by surprise, leading South Korean smartphone maker Samsung on Tuesday launched its flagship smartph...


New Delhi: The Noida-based office of Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd - manufacturer of country's "cheapest" smartphone 'Freedom 251' was found...


New Delhi: Driven by positive response, Chinese device-maker OPPO Mobiles has started selling its mobile photography-focused devices F1 and F1 Pl...



12 Jaish-e-Mohammed sympathisers held in Delhi, UP

New Delhi: Twelve sympathisers of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist group have been detained in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, a senior Delhi Police official said on Wednesday. "We have detained 12 people from Delhi and Uttar Pradesh for subscribing JeM ideology. They were detained late Tuesday night. One IED has been recovered from them," Special Commissioner of Police ( ...

People jealous of Ramdev's success, says 'friend' Lalu

New Delhi: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has got an unusual friend in RJD chief Lalu Prasad, who has been critical of him in the past due his links with the BJP and RSS. "People are jealous of Baba Ramdev because he is highly successful... he has earned everything through sheer hard work," the ...

Hunger strike unlawful activity: JNU VC

New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University Vice Chancellor M. Jagdeesh Kumar on Wednesday appealed to the agitating students to end their hunger strike and asked them to approach the administration to discuss their demands. Expressing concern over the worsening health of the students, Kumar, through ...

Disgracing Sikh's turban: Five blasphemy accused get bail in Pakistan

Islamabad: A Pakistani court has granted bail to the five accused who were arrested on blasphemy charges on the complaint of a Sikh youth for publicly disgracing his turban. Mahinder Pall Singh said six attackers publicly disgraced his turban and humiliated him for complaining about a bus th...

Kenyan police nab suspect with IS links

Nairobi: Kenyan police said on Tuesday they are interrogating a suspect who was arrested last week for planning various terror attacks in East Africa. Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett said Mohamed Abdi Ali, a medical intern in Wote ...

Egyptian journalist union attacks government on press freedom

Cairo: Egypt's press syndicate on Tuesday accused the government of "escalating its war against journalists" after the arrest at the weekend of two reporters during police raids on the union's offices here. "Today - Wor...

Bangladesh approves China-financed rail project

Dhaka: Bangladesh's highest economic policy-making body on Tuesday approved a multi billion-dollar China-financed project to develop a direct railway connectivity between the capital Dhaka and the southwestern parts of the country. The &q...

Donald Trump projected to win crucial primary in Indiana

Washington: New York billionaire and former reality TV show host Donald Trump is projected to win the crucial Republican primary held on Tuesday in the mid-western US state of Indiana, increasing his likelihood of clinching the party's presi...

Chinese investors to fund 10 Indian startups

Bengaluru: As many as 15 Chinese investors representing nine firms have shortlisted 10 Indian startups, operating in mobile technologies, e-commerce and medical technology, for up to $5 million seed and Series A funding, it was announced on Tues...

BMW reports record first quarter sales

Munich: German car producer BMW Group reported here on Tuesday that its sales have reached a new record in the first quarter of the year. According to the group's statistics, sales volume in its automotive segment for the Bavarian company...

Gupta's Liberty House formally bids for Tata Steel UK

London: Metals major Liberty House, founded by Indian-born industrialist Sanjeev Kumar Gupta, has formally submitted its bid for acquiring most of the UK assets of Tata Steel, that has suffered nearly $3 billion in losses thus far. The compan...

Jugnoo to provide auto ride via Facebook messenger

New Delhi: In a bid to broaden its customer base, auto rickshaw aggregator Jugnoo on Tuesday launched a new service where users can book auto rides using Facebook Messenger. “Through 'Jugnoo Bot' service, people can easily book autos...

Messi agreed not to play in Olympics: Argentina coach Martino

Madrid: Argentina football team's head coach Gerardo Martino has said captain Lionel Messi agreed with the decision to leave him out of the Olympics squad as it would have been too much for the star striker to play at both Copa America and Olympi...

Bengaluru FC bow out of Federation Cup

Bengaluru: Defending champions Bengaluru FC crashed out of the Federation Cup 3-5 on aggregate against Aizawl FC after losing 2-3 in the second leg quarter-final match here on Tuesday. The first leg had ended 2-1 in favour of Aizawl FC. ...

Delhi Daredevils thrash Gujarat Lions by eight wickets in IPL

Rajkot: Rishabh Pant (69) and Quinton de Kock (46) produced a match-winning opening stand to guide Delhi Daredevils to a convincing eight-wicket victory over Gujarat Lions in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match at the Saurashtra Cricket Associa...

Kristen Stewart to direct short film

New York: Actress Kristen Stewart is set to direct her first short film about power of women. The “Twilight” actress will step behind the camera for Refinery29, a fashion and lifestyle media company announced on Monday at a presen...