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Wipro wins 7 year deal from RSA


Wipro would provide IT infrastructure services to RSA across the UK, Ireland and Scandinavia.

Uber cuts fares in Chennai to Rs 6-7 per km


Uber would create an easy way for people signing up to drive with the company, and availing vehicle financing services in case they do not have a car.

Complaints galore

Justice A.P. Shah

Complaints have been pouring in from different parts of the country ever since retired judge A.P. Shah was appointed the BCCI’s first-ever ombudsman in October.

Kohli is not in Gower’s top four

David Gower

Sunil Gavaskar may believe that Virat Kohli can bat at night without lights but former England skipper David Gower didn’t even include India’s Test skipper in his list of world’s four best batsmen at

Centre must consider according LGBT people special status: Madras HC

An activist displays a placard saying 'Homo Wapsi' during a march supported by LGBT community (Photo: PTI)

The court order came ahead of the hearing by the Supreme Court in an open court on February 2.

ISIS keen on hiring Indian techies: Intel sources

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Indian agencies are however keeping a tab on online contents, which could be considered as ISIS propaganda material.

ISIS offers $10,000 to hack Indian government sites

Amidst reports that the ISIS is offering $10,000 to hackers who are ready to hack Indian government sites, intelligence sources here indicated that the terror outfit is not sending any money to India

Villupuram suicide: Madras HC allows fresh postmortem of college girl

 Monisha, Priyanka and Saranya

Court also granted request of Monisha's father for presence of doctors of his choice during the exercise.

Bob Marley, Harry Potter liven up students


Dialogues from Harry Potter and James Bond and Bob Marley lyrics which have been introduced in the evening English literature B.A course two years ago at Madras Christian College are a big hit among s

Student dies after falling from terrace in Anna University

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It is yet to be ascertained whether the student fell from the terrace while talking on the mobile or she committed suicide.

Though the victory march of the Bharatiya Janata Party that began in 2014 was brought to a halt in 2015 with major setbacks in the Delhi and Bihar Assembly elections, there seems to be a reversal of t

The film Airlift is a commercial success. I was bewildered by its repeated attempts to suppress what is true and suggest what is false.