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IPL 7: This win more satisfying than 2012, says Sunil Narine

Although Narine went for plenty in the IPL 7 final, his 21 wickets guided him to win the Purple Cap. Photo: PTI

Rejoicing after Kolkata Knight Riders lifted their second IPL title by beating favourites Kings XI Punjab in the final, off-spinner Sunil Narine said the triumph this year is more satisfying than thei

Strontium debuts its ultra-speed SD and microSD cards in India

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The range consists of UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) SD and microSD cards

Srinivas quits Infosys

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Infosys Board Member and President B.G. Srinivas, who was considered among the top contenders for the first non-founder CEO post, has in a surprise move resigned from the company.

KPMG launches Insights Lab

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KPMG launches labs to develop data-driven business solutions for KPMG clients

Tata Power Solar expands module manufacturing capacity

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Tata increased the solar module manufacturing capacity by 60 per cent to 200 MW

3M India launches Touch compatible Anti-glare screens

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3M India has now launched its Anti-glare screens for laptops and desktop monitors.

Engaging-with-Pakistan has been one of Delhi’s big growth industries over the past 15 years. Apart from domestic investment (both from the public and private sectors), it has attracted generous quantities of foreign direct investment, despite not having much to show by way of tangible returns.

There is a slow but systematic attempt to change India’s name from Bharat to Hindustan — playing up the word “Hindu” in Hindustan and trying to repackage it as the abode of the Hindus. B.R. Ambedkar and his team that drafted the Constitution of India consciously avoided the term “Hindustan” as they could foresee its implications in a land that takes pride in its diversity.