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India's Modi to meet Sonia Gandhi to discuss tax reform

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet opposition Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi on Friday evening to discuss a landmark tax reform and other bills to be debated in the winter session of parliament, his office said.

HTC launches the Desire 828 Dual SIM in India

Along with the launch of HTC One A9, HTC also announced the launch of HTC Desire 828 Dual SIM in New Delhi, India. The Desire 828 was launched earlier this month in China for CNY 1,599 ($250)....

HTC One A9 launches in India; no details on pricing and availability

In a press conference today in New Delhi, HTC announced the launch of HTC One A9 in India. The mid-tier premium smartphone is strikingly similar to iPhone. Surprisingly, the company did not announce the pricing, and neither the availability specifics, although they did hint at a two-week deadline. Show More Summary

India's ruling party confronts Gandhis as parliament gathers

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has just suffered a bruising election setback, yet his party appears in no mood to compromise with the main political opposition to get stalled economic reforms back on track...

Lenovo Vibe S1 Launched in India, Specs Include 5-Inch Display, Dual Front Cameras

Chinese electronics company Lenovo has finally launched the Vibe S1 in India during an event in New Delhi. According to Tech 2, the device can be purchased exclusively on Amazon India and will have a price tag of Rs 15,999. The highlight of the device is its dual front cameras which will really attract selfie enthusiasts.

India opposes deal to phase out fossil fuels by 2100 at climate summit

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India would reject a deal to combat climate change that includes a pledge for the world to wean itself off fossil fuels this century, a senior official said, underlying the difficulties countries face in agreeing how to slow global warming.

Nuclear club eyes Indian inclusion, but risks Pakistan's ire

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Diplomats have quietly launched a new push to induct India into a club of nuclear trading nations, but rather than increasing stability in South Asia, the move could escalate strains with rival Pakistan.

Lenovo launches the Vibe S1 in India for ?15,999

In a press conference in New Delhi today, Lenovo announced the launch of Vibe S1 in India. The latest addition to the Vibe family, the Vibe S1 was announced at the IFA 2015 in Berlin earlier this year. The highlight of the Lenovo Vibe...Show More Summary

FDI in Ecommerce: Delhi HC Initiates Investigation of 21 Ecommerce Portals For Violation of Laws

The confusion and opposition on the new age digital business is refusing to abate, as a fresh round of investigations has been started against those, who dared to sell via Internet. And it seems that our judiciary is clueless on this whole mayhem, as they are passing the buck around Govt. Show More Summary

New Delhi Test-Fires India-Made Interceptor Missile

The test of a supersonic interceptor missile AAD (Advanced Air Defense) of Indian production was conducted to validate various parameters of the interceptor in flight mode, according to local media.

HTC is launching the One A9 in India on November 25

HTC has sent out media invites for a November 25 event in New Delhi, where the company is likely to debut the HTC One A9 in India. The HTC One A9 is a mid-tier premium smartphone with a design that is strikingly similar to iPhone 6. In the US, the One A9 was launched at an introductory price of $399.99, and is retailing for $499.99 now....

No licence to thrill – Indian censors cut Bond’s kisses short

New Delhi (dpa) – Fictional spy James Bond has seen his amorous clinches cut short by India’s film censors in the latest installment of the long-runnning series, prompting a lively reaction from local fans Thursday. India’s Board of Film Certification cleared the film Spectre only after two kissing scenes were shortened and two swear words [...]Show More Summary

Microsoft is hosting a Windows Insiders event on November 30 in New Delhi and Mumbai

Microsoft has sent out an email to Windows Insiders in India inviting them for a first-hand experience of the new Microsoft Lumia 950 and 950 XL with Windows 10. The company wants to thank the Insiders for their support in shaping the Windows experience for millions of people....

India blocks visits by U.S. officials despite warmer ties

WASHINGTON/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Despite a much-heralded fresh start in U.S.-India ties under Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a diplomatic source said on Friday the United States has run into problems arranging visits by two senior officials, recalling a diplomatic spat that soured relations two years ago.

News Publication House IndianExpress Invests In Four Tech Startups

Indian news media publishing company Indian Express has invested an undisclosed amount in four tech-based startups, first reported by VCCircle. New Delhi

India and Nepal Have No Choice But to End Their Border Dispute and Move On

Why India needs to stop picking on Nepal, and why Nepal needs to show New Delhi it is serious about mending relations

Should India get its cows off the streets?

NEW DELHI, India — Animals hold a lot of social and political significance in India. Hindus consider the cow sacred, Muslims find the pig impure, and Parsis are put on towers of silence after death to be eaten by vultures. For most Indians, though, these creatures aren’t just religious symbols — they’re neighbors. The country’s [...]Show More Summary

People’s War in India Clippings 16/11/2015

Centre open to air strikes against Naxals New Delhi: The central government is open to the controversial move of using limited air strikes to combat Naxal threat and is likely to convene a crucial meeting of chief ministers of Naxal-affected states in the first week of December, primarily to discuss this issue. The meeting [...]

Viral Poem Urging Prayers For World, Not Just Paris, Strikes A Chord

Karuna Ezara Parikh, a blogger from New Delhi, put her thoughts on the Paris attacks into verse, and it became the poem heard around the globe. "It is not Paris we should pray for. It is the world," her poem, which she posted on Instagram Saturday, begins. Show More Summary

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