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Five-goal Lionel Messi leads Barcelona into last eight


Lionel Messi became the first player to score five goals in a Champions League tie as Barcelona routed Bayer Leverkusen 7-1 to reach the quarter-finals with a crushing 10-2 aggregate win on Wednesday.

Mobile industry champions paying with phones


Paying with a mobile phone is gradually become a reality for consumers, with banks, telecommunications operators and Internet players all jumping in to offer payment options.

But while one group is p

Facebook seeks breakthrough in mobile ad market


For Facebook it must look like a no-brainer - exploit its huge consumer loyalty and half a billion mobile phone users as a way of opening up the mobile market to blue chip advertisers.

Trouble is, th

Tough second day of testing for Force India


Sahara Force India were done in by a 'driveline issue' as the team completed just 36 laps on the second day of the Formula One pre-season testing here.

Nico Hulkenberg got behind the wheels for the o

Force India start off smoothly in 2nd week of testing


Paul Di Resta got behind the wheels for Sahara Force India for the start of a second week of pre-season Formula One testing, managing to complete 98 laps 'smoothly with no issues to report'.

Di Resta

Mobile tariff to rise if spectrum is charged: Mittal


Indian mobile phone users will have to pay more if the service providers are charged for spectrum, which was earlier given free to the operators, chairman of the country's largest telecom company B

Licence scandal rattles India's telecom nirvana


The scandal convulsing the Indian telecoms market threatens to deter foreign companies from investing there and could call into question the business case for expanding into emerging markets in genera

Govt to auction 4G spectrum by 2012-end: Sibal


India is looking at holding spectrum auctions for the fourth generation (4G) mobile services by the end of 2012, besides finalising plans to sell off radio waves for the 2G services, Telecom Minist

India will not pursue protectionism policy, says Sibal

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Allaying fears of foreign electronics manufacturers, India has said it will not pursue protectionism policy and will give level-playing field to all participants.

"Look at the policies of world aroun

Nico Hulkenburg puts Force India on top in pre-season testing


German driver Nico Hulkenburg set the pace as Sahara Force India topped the time-sheets on the second day of the Formula One pre-season testing here.

Hulkenburg clocked the fastest lap time of 1:22.6

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