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Nubia makes India debut

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Mobile phone manufacturer Nubia debuted in India on Tuesday, with the launch of its Nubia Z9 mini. Nubia said the Z9 mini, priced at Rs 16,999, will be exclusively available through Amazon.in.

After Mars, Isro aims for Venus probe in 2-3 years

A top French astrophysicist will be working with Isro team

Braveheart Bengaluru woman chases, catches molester

A gutsy woman on Monday not only managed to chase her molester, she even nabbed him and handed him over to the police with the help of a good Samaritan and several onlookers who came to her aid.

‘Venus will help study formation of planets’

While the probes to the moon and Mars were fitted with instruments similar to those used on Indian remote-sensing satellites, the spacecraft to Venus will carry synthetic aperture radar to gather data

Virat Kohli gets warning for chatting with Anushka Sharma

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma were seen interacting during the rain-induced break at the RCB-Delhi match. R. SAMUEL

Virat Kohli has a penchant for staying in the limelight, albeit not always for the right reasons.

Ethiopian duo rule the roost

Mosinet Geremew and Mamitu Daska took the ribbon to make it an Ethiopian double in the elite men’s and women’s category of the TCS World 10K Bengaluru on Sunday.

IPL 2015: RCB in playoffs after washout

RCB players celebrate the fall of a Delhi Daredevils batsman. (Photo: R. SAMUEL)

The Manchester of South India revealed itself in full glory on Sunday. This city prides itself in the fact that it can rain at any venue but have a dry run just 500 metres away.

BS Yeddyurappa hits back at Siddaramaiah

Slamming Siddaramaiah for making light of Narendra Modi government’s achievements, BJP vice-president B.S.

IPL 8: Rain worries for red-hot RCB against Delhi Daredevils

It’s been four years since Royal Challengers Bangalore were in this position. And the interim has been tough, hurting even.

Olympian Perec proud of Atlanta gold

There is an aura surrounding Marie-Jose Perec.

Arvind Kejriwal’s transfor-mation from an anti-corruption advocate and street fighter to a shrewd hard-boiled politician is a remarkable Indian political phenomenon without parallel.

“Descartes was wrong: To simply be conscious is not to be; Our constant song Is ‘I must make a mark, acknowledge me!’ The mirrored face Is not sufficient evidence that we Are in the race