Huawei’s President of Consumer Group, Middle East & Africa, Gene Jaio told indianexpress.com that “the technology is ready” to create a foldable smartphone.
As soon as the police started removing the protesters, people resorted to stone pelting and injured a Punjab Police commando and photojournalist.
Suman Nag, a reporter with a local vernacular daily, was reportedly assaulted by a group of people near a social club at Belonia late on…
The overall Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi was recorded at 301, which falls in the 'very poor' category, said the data from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).
Interested housing societies or complexes and educational institutes can send their entry forms until November 30. The entry forms can be downloaded from the MPCB website, http://mpcb.gov.in.
The Baro Bagan Cultural Association in Behala has used “transcendence” as its theme. It is the brainchild of artist Upasana Chatterjee, a third-year student at Government College of Art and Craft.
Of PMPML's average daily revenue of Rs 1.5 crore, which is earned from the sale of tickets and passes, about one to two per cent comes in the form of loose change.
Blood donors continued to arrive at the hospital to help those injured in the Amritsar train accident, even as volunteers explained that sufficient units were available and that they will be informed whenever required.
Last year the union procured a record 60 lakh litres of milk from producers in the district. This year they are expecting the procurement to go up to 70 lakh litres.
The attack occurred on the second day of Afghanistan's parliamentary elections, which were extended because of attacks on Saturday and technical issues that caused hours…
Two New York cops, who were visiting a location to apparently 'close down the late-night revelry', ended up joining the vibrant celebration. The video tweeted by business tycoon Anand Mahindra created quite a buzz on social media.
"The decision was taken in view of the technical glitches experienced in the past few years. From 2019, students will again have to appear in pen-paper mode," mentioned the official release