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Samsung installs solar charging points in Bengaluru

Electronics major Samsung has installed solar-power operated free mobile charging facilities in the city.

Google now exhibits Indian museum images

People can now see the latest exhibits from Kolkata's Victoria Memorial Hall, Dastkari Haat Samiti and Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute among others, online as part of Google's Cultural Instit

Galaxies changed their shapes after Big Bang

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A large proportion of galaxies have undergone a major “metamorphosis” since they were initially formed after the Big Bang, scientists have found for the first time.

NSE to install self-trade prevention mechanism

The country’s leading stock exchange NSE on Friday said that it will introduce a mechanism to prevent self-trade on the futures and options (F&O) segment from September 7.

Government appoints new secretaries

Senior IAS officer Sunil Arora was today appointed as the new secretary in the information and broadcasting ministry, succeeding Bimal Julka whose tenure ends on Monday.

Gujarat HC pulls up cops, says they transgressed law

The Gujarat high court on Friday slammed the state police on the Patel quota violence saying they transgressed the law by committing atrocities on people and told the government that restoration of pe

Hardik Patel threat to intensify protest

BJP needs to worry about new king of crowd: Shiv Sena

HC asks Centre to give Dronacharya award to Vinod Kumar

Delhi High Court on Friday directed the Centre to confer Dronacharya award on former chief national wrestling coach Vinod Kumar.

The former wrestling coach had moved court against selection committee for ignoring him

Rupee marginally up at 66.02 against dollar in early trade

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Rupee recovered by 2 paise and Sensex surged by 350.94 points

Two French journalists arrested for blackmailing Moroccan king

Morocco's King Mohammed VI (Photo: AFP)

Dupont-Moretti said the Moroccan leadership filed a lawsuit in Paris

As the compelling and crazy Sheena Bora murder case unfolds before us, detail by bizarre detail, the main focus remains on the prime murder accused Indrani Mukerjea.

Former Bharatiya Janata Party leader K.N. Govindacharya did not have many visitors when he was staying in New Delhi’s elite V.P. House, home and office to many parliamentarians and parties.