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Connected cars could cause data traffic jams - Asian Age
Traffic jams in the future could cause potentially dangerous data snarl-ups as cars packed with entertainment, safety and navigation features vie for airwaves with smartphones, tablets and networked features in other vehicles, according to a study.
Yemen struggles with food shortages - Asian Age
A trickle of aid, medicine and commercial food cargoes is reaching Yemen yet the process remains slow as more ships await clearance to discharge at ports and logistical chains buckle due to fuel shortages and war. Before Saudi Arabia launched air strikes ...
SBI posts 23 per cent rise in profit - Asian Age
State Bank of India (SBI), on Friday surprised the street by posting better than expected results for the quarter ended March 2015 sending its shares up by more than five per cent in intra-day trade. The bank reported a 23 per cent rise in net profit for ...
Australia rejects criticism, says it is generous to refugees - Asian Age
Australia hit back Friday at criticism of its response to thousands of migrants stranded at sea in Southeast Asia, saying it was generous towards refugees in the region. When asked Thursday whether Australia would offer to resettle the migrants from ...
‘Pro-growth’ but no crony links: Arun Jaitley - dc.asianage.com
Finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday that the Narendra Modi government will keep an “arm’s length distance in terms of decision-making from individual business houses”. Presenting the finance ministry’s one-year report card, the minister ...
Pantograph break derails Central Railway schedule - Asian Age
Commuters were severely inconvenienced after 50 Central Railway trains were cancelled and 150 trains were delayed on Friday after an overhead wire broke at Thane platform number 1 and 2, and a pantograph broke after the overhead wire began to sag at ...
Was there a police nexus with criminals in CP? - dc.asianage.com
Had the Delhi police taken prompt action on the complaint of 43-year-old courier company owner, Biju Varghese, who was brutally killed in Connaught Place on Wednesday, his life would have been saved. A day after the police caught one of his murderers, who ...
Software business in India up by 8.3 per cent - Asian Age
India’s software revenue totaled at $4 billion in 2014 against that of $3.7 billion in 2013 representing an increase of 8.3 per cent, according to a leading market reasearch firm, Gartner, Inc. The research also pointed out that India has the highest ...
PM Modi warns against caste politics - dc.asianage.com
Asking people of poll-bound Bihar to rise above caste considerations and support the most virtuous, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he is committed to take forward his vision of progress and prosperity to the state without which India’s ...
Delhi High Court refuses to stay summons against Vishwas - dc.asianage.com
The Delhi high court on Friday issued a notice to the Delhi Commission for Women and its chairperson Barkha Singh on a plea of AAP leader Kumar Vishwas. The plea has challenged and sought suspension of the summons issued to him by the DCW on the complaint ...
Assailants beat up cop, home guard - dc.asianage.com
A day after two traffic policemen were attacked by two auto-rickshaw drivers in two separate incidents, a Delhi police head constable and a home guard were badly beaten up by a group of unidentified car-borne assailants in east Delhi’s Pandav Nagar on ...
Jayalalithaa to take oath today with 28 ministers - dc.asianage.com
AIADMK leader J. Jayalalithaa will be sworn in for the fifth time as Tamil Nadu chief minister at 11 am on Saturday at the Madras University Centenary Auditorium. Her Cabinet will consist of 28 incumbent ministers of the O. Panneerselvam government of the ...
Eiffel shut as staff walks out over pickpockets - dc.asianage.com
Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower was shut to tourists on Friday as staff walked off the job to protest a surge in gangs of pickpockets roaming around the monument. The closure of one of the busiest tourist attractions in the French capital ahead of a long ...
Afridi’s men bring victory, smiles - archivev.asianage.com
Pakistan celebrated international cricket’s return after six years with a five-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the first Twenty20 international at a packed Gaddafi Stadium on Friday. Pakistan had not hosted any international cricket since terrorists ...
Rockets run out of fuel - archivev.asianage.com
NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors edged the Houston Rockets 99-98 on Thursday to double their lead in the Western Conference finals. Curry again came out on top in a duel with James Harden, stifling the Rockets star in ...