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Best and Cheapest 10 tablets in India for common users

New Delhi(web team): Tablets are gaining popularity in India due to absolute user friendliness , perhaps it has become the most viable and cheaper option between a Smartphone and a laptop. Tablet is not only portable and user friendly, but also comes with amazing features. It comes with large display, …

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Ensure high standard in outsourced services: RBI to banks

Mumbai(PTI): The RBI on Wednesday asked banks to ensure high standard of care while outsourcing financial services and directed them to put in place a robust system of internal audit of all such activities. “Banks have been advised to take steps to ensure that the service provider employs the same …

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Dimapur lynching case: Nagaland govt report claims no rape

NEW DELHI(TNN): The Union home ministry received report from Nagaland government claiming that the deceased, Syed Sarif Khan, did not rape sexual assault survivor and that the sex between him and the victim was consensual. THE controversy over the alleged rape of a woman in Dimapur that led to the …

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When Katrina Kaif And Deepika Padukone Were Just A Wall Apart

Delhi(BOC): We all knew that Bang Bang actress Katrina Kaif has been flying in and out of Delhi for quite some time now, after wrapping up her Kashmir scheduled Fitoor shoot. All her previous Delhi visits were personal. Katrina wanted to spend some time with her boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor, who …

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Corporate espionage: Police says need to unearth deep rooted

New Delhi(PTI): Delhi Policeon Wednesday told a court here that documents recovered from the arrested persons in the corporate espionage case was being analysed to unearth a “deep rooted nexus” involving several persons who were “trespassing” in offices of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. The investigators made the …

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Supreme Court restrains HCs from entertaining pleas against NJAC Act

New Delhi(PTI): The Supreme Court on Wednesday restrained all high courts from entertaining any petition challenging validity of Constitutional Amendment Act and National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Act meant to replace the two-decade-old collegium system of judges appointing judges. “No high court will proceed with the matters relating to the …

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