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Free Wi-Fi facility in Delhi will have daily data limit

Free Wi-Fi facility in Delhi will have daily data limit The Delhi government has announced that it will provide free Wi-Fi Internet to Delhiites on the basis of limited data usage instead of setting a time limit.

IPL: Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings to clinch title

IPL: Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings to clinch title Mumbai Indians registered a comprehensive 41-run win over Chennai Super Kings to win their second IPL title on Sunday night at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. Earlier, CSK Skipper Mahender Singh Dhoni won the

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Irrfan Khan looks tough as Jazbaa's suspended cop


Days after launching the first poster of Jazbaa starring actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, director Sanjay Gupta has shared the second poster of the film with actor Irrfan Khan.

Weighty issue: Why Aamir's mother, wife worry about his health


Bollywood actor Aamir Khan, who keeps gaining and losing weight for his movies according to the demand of the scripts, says it worries his wife and mother.

Scientists propose 'sex-switching' of mosquito gene to eradicate dengue


A gene has been identified by the scientists in the dengue-transmitting mosquitoes which the scientists claim could be used to switch their sex and transform the deadly disease-carrying females of

Apple's iOS 9 to bring new security, music features: Report


Apple's annual WWDC is scheduled to start on June 8 and last till June 12 and it is expected that the developers will be allowed to discover the newest features for Mac OS and iOS during the five-day

'Nasty' star offers insight into rare stellar phenomena


A weird star has been spotted by Hubble Telescope of NASA in our galaxy and has been nicknamed "nasty" by the world's premier space agency due to its unique behaviour.

SpiceJet holds 'flash sale' to celebrate 10 years of operations


Budget carrier SpiceJet completes 10 years of operations today and the company is marking the day by holding a 'flash sale' offering a flat 10 per cent discount on its select domestic flights with a

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Google I/O 2015 preview: Android M, New Photos Service, and more


Google has released a number of intriguing concepts and exciting products that have people looking forward to its much-awaited I/O 2015 conference that begins in San Francisco in just a few days

NASA engineers preparing ISS for US commercial spacecraft landing


Engineers at U.S. Space Agency, NASA, are set to prepare the International Space Station (ISS) for future arrival of U.S. commercial crew and cargo vehicles.

Google to patent 'Internet' toys that follow voice commands, can interact with media devices


Search engine giant Google has published a patent that indicates it is developing internet connected toys that would follow voice commands and listen to instructions from home owners to do tasks in

New robot learns things like a child


Researchers at University of California, Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences are now developing algorithms that robots can use to learn all sorts of tasks through

India to get 70 super computers for advanced research


The government has started the process of setting up 70 super computers in the country in order to support advanced research in different fields for government agencies as well as the private sector.

Sunscreen and cancer: The unsettling truths


A new study has found that sunscreen contributes to skin cancer. The study done by researchers from the British Association of Dermatologists said that sunscreens may be contributing to the rise in