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Mamata government pulls out all stops to foil GJM shutdown

Taking a tough stance against Wednesday's shutdown called by the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) in Darjeeling, West Bengal's Mamata Banerjee government on Tuesday warned its employees of stern action if they fail to turn up.

BSP legislator joins Samajwadi Party

The sitting legislator from Fatehpur, Ayodhya Prasad Pal, joined the ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday.

India to boycott Islamabad Saarc summit

India on Tuesday announced it will not attend the Saarc Summit in Islamabad in November, sharply escalating its attack on Pakistan for sponsoring terror

Maharashtra parties indulge in slugfest over Maratha reservation

As the press and office of Saamana daily in Navi Mumbai and Thane were attacked following publication of a cartoon by the Shiv Sena mouthpiece, all major political parties on Tuesday engaged in a slugfest over the issue of job reservation for the powerful Maratha community in the state.

India to set up nuclear plants in Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana

The central government is looking at possible sites in the northern states of Uttarakhand, Punjab and Haryana for setting up new atomic power plants, a minister said on Tuesday.

Kejriwal demands retaliation for Uri attack, Rs 1 cr for soldiers' families

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said that if the Uri terror attack is not avenged, it will be a "betrayal" of sacrifices of those who gave their lives for the nation.

Uttam Singh named for Maharashtra's 'Lata Mangeshkar Award'

 Veteran music director and violinist Uttam Singh has been named for this year's "Lata Mangeshkar Award for Lifetime Achievement" of the Maharashtra government on the eve of the legendary singer's 86th birthday on Wednesday, Education Minister Vinod Tawde announced here on Tuesday.

Didn't want to go with established names: 'Disco 82' director

Director Karan Darra, who is gearing up for the release of his next film "Disco 82", says he made a conscious decision not to feature established names for the movie as it is "heavy on content".

Twitter India introduces live video interview series

Twitter India and digital video network PING Network are launching a live video interview series with business and technology leaders over Twitter's live streaming app Periscope

Bollywood split on MNS ban on Pakistani artistes

As MNS workers protested outside filmmaker Karan Johar's office here on Tuesday over Pakistani actor Fawad Khan's presence in his film "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil", industry veterans Subhash Chandra and Anupam Kher justified the MNS ban on Pakistani artistes.

adidas Uprising's second edition to begin from Bengaluru

adidas, a known name in the sporting goods industry, is returning with the second edition of its initiative Uprising 2.0, which is to inspire sports enthusiasts to discover the joy of playing sports.

Anna Hazare praises Kapil Sharma

Veteran Gandhian and social crusader Kisan Baburao Hazare, alias Anna Hazare, has praised comedian and actor Kapil Sharma.

Lata Mangeshkar has special message for Pakistan

Melody queen Lata Mangeshkar won't celebrate her 87th birthday on Wednesday as 18 Indian soldiers recently died "so brutally in Uri". She is saddened by the darkness all around, including the deteriorating relations with Pakistan. But she hopes they stay happy and live in peace.

Pearl V Puri joins 'Nagarjun - Ek Yoddha'

Actor Pearl V Puri, best known for his roles in shows like "Phir Bhi Na Maane...Badtameez Dil" and "Meri Saasu Maa", will play the lead role of Arjun in the popular TV show "Nagarjun - Ek Yoddha".

'Quantico': Season 2's opener awkwardly executed

Actress Priyanka Chopra returns as Alex Parrish in the second season of the American show "Quantico". But its first episode was awkwardly executed and clumsily cut.

It's a rumour: Varun on working with Big B

Actor Varun Dhawan says he would love to share screen space with Amitabh Bachchan but, contrary to reports, he will not be featuring in "Dabba Gul" with the megastar.

Rob Kardashian tweets Kylie Jenner's phone number

Television personality Rob Kardashian tweeted his half-sister Kylie Jenner's phone number after she failed to invite his fiancee Blac Chyna to her own baby shower.

Naomi Watts, Liev Schreiber split up after 11 years

Actors Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber have parted ways after being in a relationship for 11 years.

'31st October' already a landmark for me: Soha Ali Khan

Actress Soha Ali Khan, who is gearing up for the release of "31st October", says the forthcoming film is already a landmark for her.

Abigail Pande holidaying with beau Sanam Johar

Actress Abigail Pande, best known for her roles in shows like "Saubhagyalakshmi", "Humse Hai Life" and "Zindagi Wins", is currently on a holiday with her boyfriend and choreographer Sanam Johar in Goa.

Farhan Akhtar excited to perform at Enchanted Valley Carnival

Farhan Akhtar is set to perform with his band Farhan Live at the forthcoming edition of the Enchanted Valley Carnival (EVC) multi-genre music and camping festival. And the actor-filmmaker-singer is looking forward to all the "madness that awaits" there.

Budweiser gets global music platform 'What's Brewing' to India

Beer brand Budweiser will be introducing its global music platform ‘Whats Brewing in India here on Friday with an eclectic line-up of eleven artists.

Samsung Note 7 sales to be hit in China after global recall: Report

In mainland China, 51.9 per cent people plan not to buy Samsung smartphones in light of the global recall of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones owing to exploding batteries, a media report said on Monday.

HP Inc leads dwindling HCP market in India: IDC

 HCP (Inkjet, laser, SDM and line printers) market in India dropped 4.7 per cent sequentially in the second quarter of 2016 and reached 757,783 units in terms of shipments, with HP Inc. leading the segment with a spurt in the consumer Inkjet market, a report said on Monday.

Baidu's Facemoji to feature Bobble for faces, customisable text

Leading Chinese language internet search engine Baidu's Facemoji -- a free keyboard -- will soon feature emoji-based app Bobble for faces and customisable text.

20 win Infy awards for 'making' in India

Twenty organisations from diverse sectors were on Monday declared winners of the first edition of Infy Maker Awards for "making" in India by the software major's Infosys Foundation.

Ericsson to digitally empower 1,500 handloom weavers in UP

Swedish communication technology firm Ericsson on Monday announced the launch of handloom cluster digital development project in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh.

Yahoo hack may spark change in New Zealand privacy law

New Zealand authorities are monitoring the Yahoo hack that comprised up to 500 million user accounts with a view to changing the country's privacy laws, an official said on Monday.

Mock auction on for biggest-ever telecom airwaves sale

To ensure that the biggest-ever telecom spectrum auction from October 1 is conducted without any glitches, the government on Monday kick-started mock auction among the seven qualified bidders, according to top sources in the ministry.

Infosys announces 20 winners of 'Infy Maker Awards' in India

 In its bid to encourage innovators to make in India, Infosys on Monday announced the winners of its first 'Infy Maker Awards' in the country.

Delhi Metro services disrupted by maintenance work

Commuters were stranded as the Delhi Metro services were disrupted continually on the Yellow Line between Huda City Centre and Jahangirpuri due to maintenance work on the overhead traction wires.

Lack of training in new skills worry creatives: Adobe

While rise of design-led thinking in the realm of business is having a positive effect on creative professionals in India, nearly half of them feel that they are not being sufficiently trained in new skills, a survey by Adobe shows.

India's satellite launch order book stands at Rs 280 crore

 India has a satellite launch order book of around Rs 280 crore for third parties. The country is also in discussions with others for contract manufacturing of meteorological satellites, said top Indian space officials here on Monday.

Robots patrol Chinese airport

Chinese Shenzhen International Airport has employed robots to patrol one of its terminals, making it the first public place in the country to be so guarded

HP unveils world's smallest all-in-one Inkjet printer series

With a focus on tech-savvy consumers who need compact machines with on-the-go printing features, HP Inc. on Monday unveiled world's smallest 3700 all-in-one printer series which offers easy printing from a smartphone or tablet.
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