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Nokia unveils Lumia 625

Nokia unveils Lumia 625 The Lumia 625 is a low-spec, low-cost oversized handset that could well have mass appeal. Rumors and, of course full-blown leaks — including press shots and specification sheets — hinted strongly that the “Something Big” that Nokia was set to launch was an affordable Lumia tablet. And low and behold, at 9am UK time Tuesday morning, the ... Read More »

24th James Bond movie to be named ‘Devil May Care’

24th James Bond movie to be named ‘Devil May Care’ Director Sam Mendes and actor Daniel Craig are back with 24th film in the James Bond film series. It is reportedly titled ‘Devil May Care’.The title is based on an eponymous novel, written to commemorate the 100th birth anniversary of James Bond novels’ creator Ian Fleming, reports”I am very much ... Read More »

Google discloses it paid $966 mn to buy online mapping service Waze

Google discloses it paid $966 mn to buy online mapping service Waze    CUTTACK: 26/07/2013:OB Bureau:Google says that it paid $966 million to buy online mapping service Waze, six weeks after closing the deal. The Internet search leader spelled out the purchase price in regulatory documents filed Thursday. Google Inc. withheld the price last month when it announced the acquisition ... Read More »

Barack Obama nominates Indian-American to key judiciary post

Barack Obama nominates Indian-American to key judiciary post CUTTACK: 26/07/2013:OB Bureau: Indian-American legal luminary Vince Girdhari Chhabria has been nominated by US President Barack Obama to a key judiciary post in California. Chhabria, nominated to be US District Judge for the Northern District of California, is currently Deputy City Attorney for Government Litigation and as the Co-Chief of Appellate Litigation ... Read More »

Spain train crash: Driver faces investigation

Spain train crash Spain:26.07.2013:O.B.Bureau:One of the drivers of a train which derailed in north-western Spain killing at least 80 passengers has been put under formal investigation, court officials have said. Speed will be a factor in the inquiry, as a security camera captured the train crashing as it hurtled round a bend. Dozens of people were hurt, 32 seriously, in ... Read More »

UNSC extends Iraq mission for another year

UNSC extends Iraq mission for another year New York : 25:07:2013 : O B Bureau: The UN Security Council has adopted a resolution to extend the mandate of the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) for another year. In the resolution, the mandate of UNAMI is extended till July 31, 2014 and will be reviewed in 12 months time, Xinhua reported. ... Read More »

Barack Obama warns of growing inequality in US

Barack Obama warns of growing inequality in US Washington :25:07 :2013 : O B bureau :  President Barack Obama on Wednesday warned of “growing inequality” in the US despite the fact that the country has left behind the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. “This growing inequality is not just morally wrong, it’s bad economics,” Obama said in a ... Read More »

Pressure on Indian rupee lessening, may gain 52-level Vs $ in 12months

  Mumbai:24.07.2013:Nibedita (O.B Bureau)The pressure on rupee is lessening with easing of inflation and improving growth trends and the local currency could appreciate to about 52 levels to the dollar in the next 12 months, a report by Goldman Sachs said today. “The rupee has been under pressure since mid-2011 due to weak economic fundamentals. Looking forward, we believe the ... Read More »

Indian headmistress tied to poisoned lunches arrested

Indian headmistress tied to poisoned lunches arrested   New Delhi  — The headmistress of the Indian school that authorities say served toxic lunches, killing 23 students, was arrested Wednesday, police said. Meena Kumari, 36, was taken into custody on her way to a court where she had gone to surrender herself, police Superintendent Sujeet Kumar told CNN. She will be ... Read More »

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