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Apollo to invest 400 million euro on two plants in Europe, Brazil


India's Apollo Tyres plans to invest around 400 million euro (over Rs 2,500 crore) to set up two new facilities in East Europe and Brazil in the next 3-4 years as it aims to expand its global footprin

Canadian skier Zoricic dies in World Cup race


Canada's Nick Zoricic has died competing in a ski cross World Cup event in Grindelwald on Saturday, organisers announced.

The 29-year-old crashed heavily into safety netting and succumbed to his inju

PMO official among 11 Indians chosen as 'Young Global Leaders'

Binoy Job, a senior official in the Prime Minister's Office who was instrumental in using media for social change, is among 11 Indians selected as 'Young Global Leaders' by the World Economic Forum. 3

Mercedes Benz unveils family car that sticks to the road

Mercedes-Benz unveiled at the motor show here a five-door hatchback for European sale in September, intended to ramp up its A-series from a family hatch-back to a car with sporty flair.

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It is Mahindra not us which have bid for Saab: Ratan Tata


Stating that Tata Motors' hands are full post the acquisition of JLR, Ratan Tata on Tuesday said it is the Indian counterpart Mahindra & Mahindra which has bid for troubled Swedish auto firm Saab and

Tough times for car industry ahead of motor show


Over-capacity, price pressures and carmaker tie-ups, like the one just announced by General Motors and PSA Peugeot Citroen, will likely cast a shadow at the 82nd Geneva International Motor Show this w

Gaddafi wanted to stage last stand in desert - U.N. report

Long-time Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, stranded in the desert after rebels and a NATO missile strike wrecked his escape convoy last October, apparently wanted to stage a last stand as his enemies cl

600 million new jobs needed in next 10 years says ILO

The International Labour Organization has released a pessimistic report for the global jobs market in 2012 saying urgent attention is needed to create 600 million new jobs in the next 10 years.


Scientists close in on the ‘God Particle’


Physicists said Tuesday they had narrowed the search for the elusive sub-atomic Higgs boson particle that would confirm the way science describes the universe.

Scientists hone search for missing Higgs boson

Scientists at the CERN physics research centre said on Tuesday they had found signs of -- although not yet conclusively discovered -- the Higgs boson, an elementary particle which is the missing link

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