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Amazon India launches service providers network


Amazon Seller Services Pvt Ltd on Monday announced the launch of the Amazon Service Providers Network (ASPN).

IPL 8: Kings XI Punjab calling for Royal Challengers Bangalore

Kings XI Punjab’s Virender Sehwag (left) and Murali Vijay will be eager to turn the tables on Bangalore on Wednesday. — R. SAMUE

If one was to go by big name players and squad strength, then few would look past Kings XI Punjab.

‘Can turn things around if we play to our capability’

Chennai Super Kings’ Skipper MS Dhoni and Kings XI Punjab Skipper George Bailey. (Photo: PTI)

Touted as one of the pre-tournament favourites, Kings XI Punjab have so far failed to live up to their billing, currently residing at the bottom of the eight-team table.

Services growth in India loses more steam in April

The index monitoring new business fell to a six-month low of 51.6 from March's 53.5 (Representational Image)

The slowdown in the services and manufacturing industries could further amplify calls for much-needed economic reforms in India

Homegrown AEW&C draws nations

Somewhere in the western sector, an aircraft which could pass off for a business jet except for its extended nose cone and a turret-shaped contraption above the cockpit has been flying scores of sorti

Bengaluru claim first win over East Bengal

Bengaluru FC’s Sunil Chhetri and John Johnson celebrate a goal against East Bengal in their I-League. — R. SAMUEL

Goals from Sean Rooney, Sunil Chhetri and Robin Singh saw Bengluru FC register their first-ever win over East Bengal in their I-League encounter here on Sunday.

The mad genius that was Nikola Tesla

Tesla with a contraption that formed the basis of today’s radio

On October 3, 1915, the New York Times carried a report headlined ‘Nikola Tesla sees a wireless vision’.

IPL 2015: RCB beat rain, KKR

RCB Skipper Virat Kohli scored a 20-ball 34 to give his team a brisk start. (Photo: R. Samuel)

The Bengaluru rains turned out to be as unpredictable as a T20 game.

PSUs laid the foundation for startup revolution in Bengaluru


Just about the time when India was starting to make its mark on the global technology scene, one town was being talked about, discussed and debated about more than any other.

Confident RCB run into Knights

Jane Austen once said, “There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.” But the standard norms of home advantage seem to differ for the Royal Challengers Bangalore, who are yet to register th

We are now in the final stages of this general election. On Thursday, May 7, voters will elect a new Parliament. So far the campaign has been curiously lacklustre and timid.

An unquestionably authentic verdict is fundamental as much for democracy as it is for political parties that win with spectacular success.