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Mahindra launches blue SUV TUV300

Pune, Sept 10: Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (M&M), India’s leading SUV manufacturer, today unveiled its much-awaited sports utility vehicle (SUV), the TUV300 at Chakan at Pune in Maharashtra. Designed in-house and built on an all-new platform, the design of the TUV300 is inspired by a battle tank which gives it a tough, bold & stylish character. It inherits Mahindra’s legendary ...

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HERE powers majority of the 54 cars launching at Frankfurt Motor Show

Berlin, Germany, Sept 10: Of the dozens of new commercial cars being launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) this year, many have one thing in common: they have in-dash map data from HERE. HERE is in 49 of the 54* new car models being presented by more than 25 marques at the show, demonstrating the continued trust the world’s ...

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Sony launches Xperia M5 Dual smartphone

New Delhi, Sept 9: Taking ahead the legacy of the successful Xperia M4 Aqua, Sony India on Wednesday unveiled-Xperia M5 further elevating the imaging experience for young Indian consumers. The new smartphone offers a perfect amalgamation of innovation, style and performance, further strengthening Sony’s product portfolio, a company statement said. Following Xperia M4 Aqua’s success, Xperia M5 has a 21.5MP ...

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GSAT-6 put in its orbital slot: ISRO

Bangalore, Sept 6: The Indian Space Research Organisation on Sunday said military communication satellite GSAT-6 has been positioned in its orbital slot. The ISRO tweeted:”GSAT 6 has been successfully positioned in its orbital slot of 83 Deg E and colocated with INSAT 4A, GSAT 12, GAAT 10 and IRNSS1C today.” In its ninth flight (GSLV-D6) conducted on Aug 27, India’s ...

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Google doodles on Teacher’s Day

New York, Sept 5 : Internet search engine Google did not forget to celebrate India’s Teacher’s Day as it decorated its homepage with an animated doodle on Saturday which showcased the deep-rooted bond shared between students and teachers. The colourful doodle shows two hands, one representing a student while the other of a teacher,solving an equation together. India on Saturday ...

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First orbit raising operation of GSAT-6 held successfully: ISRO

New Delhi, Aug 30: Days after the launch of GSAT-6, the ISRO on Saturday said India’s latest communication satellite has performed its first orbit raising operation. “First orbit raising operation of GSAT-6 was successfully completed by firing the Apogee Motor for 3385 seconds at 08:35hr IST on Aug 28,” the ISRO said in a statement. In its ninth flight (GSLV-D6) ...

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Jaguar F-PACE sets standard for ride and handling

New Delhi, Aug 26: Featuring sports-car derived chassis systems and evaluated on the same demanding roads as all other Jaguar vehicles, the new F-PACE will offer an unrivalled breadth of dynamic ability. This is a performance SUV designed around people who love driving. The new F-PACE will reward drivers and passengers alike with a blend of agility and comfort that ...

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Sony launches Xperia C5 Ultra

New Delhi, Aug 26: Taking the smartphone experience to a newer height, Sony India on Wednesday unveiled Xperia C5 Ultra to further elevate the imaging experience for its consumers. The new smartphone offers advances in camera, design, battery and performance, further strengthening Sony’s product portfolio in the mid-range segment. Redesigned for aesthetic perfection, XperiaC5 Ultra offers a beautifully crafted body, ...

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Vodafone doubles validity on pre-paid packs

Mumbai, Aug 26: Vodafone India, one of India’s leading telecom service providers, has launched Double Validity on rate cutter packs, giving pre-paid customers a great reason to talk more at lower rates. The offer on rate cutter pack will enable customers to talk more at attractive rates, affordable prices and an opportunity to double the validity of the product at ...

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The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise comparison of light nuclei and antinuclei

Geneva, Aug 17: The ALICE experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN has made a precise measurement of the difference between ratios of the mass and electric charge of light nuclei and antinuclei. The result, published on Monday in Nature Physics, confirms a fundamental symmetry of nature to an unprecedented precision for light nuclei. The measurements are based ...

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