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Getty Images sued over free photos being sold online

 The photos being sold by Getty images were already available to the public for free via the Library of Congress.

Getty Images owns and license a vast library of more than 80 million images.

Woman found dead in forest in Vasant Kunj

Body of an unidentified middle-aged woman was found in a forest area of south Delhi’s Vasant Kunj on Thursday morning.

Congress alleges Rs 45,000 crore telecom scam

Randeep Surjewala

The Congress on Thursday alleged a Rs 45,000-crore telecom scam and that the Modi government was “surreptitiously taking steps” to protect the interests of six leading telecom companies which owe mone

China not opposed to India’s NSG bid, hope to secure entry this year: Sushma

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. (Photo: Twitter/ANI)

Sushma also claimed that India had no problem with Pakistan's entry into the exclusive grouping.

Ex-Apple employee launches two irrestible phones Buzz, Storm

The two smartphones are aimed to extend delight, with best-in-class hardware, pure Android and PAN India pick-up & drop support

SOS and two-year warranty/insurance are the highlights of the HYVE smartphones.

Traffic chaos as cab drivers protest Supreme Court ban order

The city groaned under traffic woes on Monday, as hundreds of cab drivers blocked National Highway-8, DND Flyway and Ring Road, protesting against action by enforcement agencies following the Supreme

Audi A6, A7 get upgrades; no change in pricing

 Audi

Due to competition from new entrants,German carmaker has given the cars quite a bit of a refresh, with the updates seeping beneath the skin.

City police to keep a close watch on drones

The entire national capital will be a sealed fortress ahead of Republic Day. The Delhi police has made all the arrangements to avoid all kind of untoward incidents.

The beautiful valley of Kashmir is going through a phase of turbulence that should be a matter of concern to all political parties and all Indians.

After lying low for nearly a month over what was widely perceived to be a step down from the ministry of human resource development, minister for textiles Smriti Irani has now started taking interest