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DRDO creates device to measure radiation

Amidst growing apprehensions about the safety of the nuclear power projects, including the much-touted Koodankulam, Chennai-based IT company has partnered with Central agency Defence Research Developm

Netizens dislike Kapil Sibal’s comments


When Union Information Minister Kapil Sibal came up with a proposal to regulate content posted on social networking sites, he probably never imagined that he would become the target of abusive comment

MTC gears up to target techies in Chennai

The huge buses of IT companies that choke Chennai traffic at peak hours might become redundant soon.

If the proposal of Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) and IT industry body Nasscom is anyth

Sun TV stocks recover after slump


Though the prices of shares of Sun TV Network, the Maran family-owned broadcasting firm, tumbled about 15 per cent on reports about CBI raids on the houses of the Marans in connection with the controv

US to India: Get assertive with China


The United States on Wednesday sought to enlist Indian cooperation in its global strategy to contain China, with secretary of state Hillary Clinton urging New Delhi to go beyond its “Look East” policy and play “a more assertive” role in the Asia-Pacific region. Her remarks in the backdrop of President Barack Obama’s recent

Used luxury cars get attractive pricing


Want a Mercedes Benz that’s at least 40 per cent cheaper?

Why not go for a used car from the company’s own outlet.

With a growing number of young people wishing to upgrade to luxury cars, most aut

Low-cost QWERTY phones


Cell phones are no longer mere communication devices, in fact they have become nothing short of a status symbol.

The QWERTY keypads, popularised by smartphones such as BlackBerry (BB), are supposed

Google and Skype might also feel security heat

After BlackBerry, the Centre has reportedly targeted other instant messaging services, such as those of Google and Skype, over security concerns. This has caused a furore among Internet users in India.

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