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Google Plays Havoc with Paid YouTube Red Business, Bereft of Level-Playing Field

If you are uploading videos on Youtube without paying the customary fees of $9.99, the video giant will mark your videos “Private” and they will not be shown on public platform, as greedy Youtube, owned by Google is bringing into force its own version of Net Neutrality violation. Called YouTube Red, YouTube’s latest revenue generation model entails viewers not to ...

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Modi in US: Major Announcements for Digital India

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Silicon Valley has also come with some major announcements like Wi-Fi in railways stations and broadband connectivity in villages. PM Modi is one of the first Indian leader who managed to speak to a host of Fortune 500 CEOs, during his second US visit. He met Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella, Google’s CEO Sundar ...

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Donkey Milk Shows New Path to Telangana Nomads

The donkey milk, known for its therapeutic value since ages, is back again in Telangana with the price quoted higher than a cow milk but pediatrics insist that mother’s milk for the first six months is the safest way to keep babies healthy. In pre-vaccination period, donkey milk was given to infants to develop resistence against cold, breathing problems, whopping ...

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Xiaomi Sells 8 Lakh Redmi Note 2 Units in Mere 12 Hours

Xiaomi launched Redmi Note 2 in China last week and the Chinese handset maker on Tuesday managed to sell a whopping 8 lakh units in just 12 hours, that too on home front. The device will be go on sale once again on August 24th. The company is likely to launch the device in India tomorrow, 19th August, in New ...

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PM Narendra Modi’s UAE Visit: At a Glance

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a massive number of around 60,000 Indians at a huge stadium in Dubai on the second day of his tour to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). PM Modi is in a two-day visit to UAE. He is the first Indian Prime Minister to visit the Emirates after Indira Gandhi’s tour way back in 1981. ...

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Bitcoin Solutions Provider HashingSpace Secures Business Incentives Advisory Services from Duff & Phelps

Bitcoin solutions provider US based HashingSpace Corporation(a Bitcoin ASIC mining and hosting company) (OTCQB: HSHS) today announced that the company has reached an agreement with Duff and Phelps, a global and corporate finance advisor to secure their expertise in business incentives advisory services. HashingSpace builds key infrastructure for the global adoption of Bitcoin and Blockchain services with hosted ASIC mining. ...

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Chromebox: Google Forays Into Office Desktop PCs Priced Rs.90000 Now

In addition to its budget laptop Chromebook released with a price tag of Rs.12999, Google ventured into the office PC segement introducing a new desktop personal computer called Chromebox for business meetings at Rs 90,000 in India. The Chromebox runs Google’s Chrome OS operating system and is merely the desktop variant of the laptop Chromebook, which was released last week ...

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Earth Day: India can show how to mitigate climate change, says PM Modi

Despite repeated assurances, India is coming under radar over its contributions to the Green Fund and following US ambassador Richard Verma’s veiled ‘caution’ that the world is “watching India”, India responded today. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said India can show the way to the world in mitigating climate change, reiterating its demand that the developed world should pay ...

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Don’t Try to Make Business Out of Climate Change: Javadekar Tells Developed world

India’s environment minister reiterated India’s commitment for an “equitable” agreement at the forthcoming Paris Environmental Conference in December this year in consonance with its avowed  “Common but differentiated responsibility” approach to answer the green fund debate. Climate change was a challenge and not a business opportunity and the developed world should not profit from disaster, said Prakash Javadekar, speaking at the major ...

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Harsh Vardhan Pitches for Aroma, Ayurvedic Medicinal Plants for Business Units

Union science and technology minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has brought forth the need for traditional medicinal plants and urged pharma companies to explore the possibility of business ventures in aroma and medicinal plants. Since India has the potential of becoming the world’s largest supplier of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAP) given her rich tradition in the field, the minister said ...

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India-Pakistan World Cup clash at Adelaide on Feb 14 mints money for South Australia

Come India-Pakistan World Cup, it is time for mining millions of TRPs and online visitors for TV channels and official live-streaming websites. This time the crucial cricket contest between the umblical sub-continent rivals will take place in South Australia, whose capital is Adelaide, which has bid for it consciously weighing all the profiteering side into account. Tha match between India ...

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Yoga Otgrows India in US as $27 billion industry

From tired housewives to stressed executives, Hollywood stars to US First Lady Michelle Obama, they all do it, with yoga studios mushrooming in every large city from San Francisco to New York and capital Washington. With the world recognising the health benefits of yoga, the ancient Indian art of keeping fit is going places fuelling a $27 billion industry in ...

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6-Month Modi Rule: Right noises on economy, time for action

By Arvind Padmanabhan An area that evoked much expectation from the people when the Narendra Modi-led majority government took the reins over six months ago was economic revival, as it was seen as spurring growth, creating jobs, stabilizing prices and boosting incomes. India was faltering on all the four counts. As we take stock of the government’s performance on these ...

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Google’s Street View to showcase interiors too

Google has gone a step further from its Street View. Now it is showcasing the interiors of shops, gyms and restaurants to give a business edge to those behind the great exteriors on roads. Initially launched as a pilot in April last year, it provides panoramic photos taken inside businesses. “We’ve been seeing renewed interest in the past few days ...

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Corruption stalks India’s 65th Independence Day

India’s 65th celebrations of Independence marked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addressing the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort in New Delhi, with corruption topping his focus on one side and social activist Anna Hazare embarking on fast unto death on the other.

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