Lok Sabha poll results: Information and Broadcasting Ministry asks entertainment channels not to air election-related news
A day ahead of the Lok Sabha poll results, the Information and Broadcasting ministry has clearly directed that an entertainment channel doesn’t have the rights to air any news
Bombay HC questions Maharashtra transport department over allowing auto-rickshaws to act as school buses
A bench of justices Naresh Patil and GS Kulkarni were hearing a PIL about school buses and directed the additional commissioner SB Sahrasrabuddhe to remain present in the court on Wednesday over the government resolution (GR) that was issued by the transport department on 19 May this year.
North Koreans gather at Mansu Hill, pay tribute to Kim Jong II on his sixth death anniversary
Thousands of North Koreans marched up Pyongyang's Mansu Hill to bow and place flowers at the feet of two giant bronze statues of Kim Jong II and national founder Kim II Sung
BEST strike: Chaos as 3,800 buses remain off roads; 37,000 employees protest delay in salary
Millions of Mumbaikars were severely hit as around 37,000 employees of the BEST launched a strike to press for their salary demands in the city on Monday.
Egyptian court confirms deposed Egyptian president Morsi's 20-year prison sentence
An Egyptian criminal court on Saturday confirmed a 20-year prison sentence given to Mohammed Morsi for inciting violence during demonstrations in 2012, in the first final verdict in a case against the former president
How India beat Pakistan in every World Cup match
Here's a recap of the the previous five India-Pakistan World Cup clashes.
2011 marked as 11th hottest year on record
One reason 2011 was milder than recent years was the La Nina cooling of the central Pacific Ocean.
Haves and Wants: The tech we bought in 2011 and we want in 2012
Each of us made some new tech acquisition in 2011, even if it was just a gift from Santa. Or daddy. But have you ever asked yourself, what do the people who
TRAI releases Telecom Subscription Data Nov'11 report
In a report put out by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), it has been revealed that in November, last ...
IT Security Year In Review: 2011
James Lyne, Director of Technology Strategy, Sophos, outlines the top trends of 2011 and predictions for key developments in 2012
A Hollywood guide to Bollywood's most super, superhits
In 2011, Bollywood went Hollywood in a big way and with resounding success. Thor Ganguly offers a rollicking ride through the superhits of the year.
India Nowhere: How we lost the plot, and our nerve, in 2011
Our economy went into a skid; our politics turned brutally confrontational; our policymakers lost their nerve; and as a nation, we've lost our confidence. A lookback at a horrid 2011.
Rooney and Messi strikes among FIFA's 2011 top ten goals
The winner will be given the Ferenc Puskas award in FIFA's Golden Ball ceremony in January 2012.
StumbleUpon to disable review customisations
StumbleUpon, the relatively popular web search engine variant, better referred to as a discovery engine announced a few major changes to its website, recently.
Intel Core i7 2700K processors arriving soon
It’s been a while since we’ve seen any new, fast Sandy Bridge processors.
Finally, UPA's promised land bill is in public domain
The long-awaited bill is out. It has a lot of positives. But will it be the panacea for the vexed land acquisition problem in the country?
Intel Sandy Bridge-E Specs and Models Leaked
Intel’s next row of processors for the desktops are likely to hit markets early next year.
Sony Pulls Cord on MiniDisc Players
Sony has been known to creating their own proprietary formats for a very long time.
Ricoh to Enter DSLR Camera Market, Buys Pentax
Ricoh, the popular printing solutions brand is probably going to enter the DSLR market. Hoya, the popular glass specialist known for lenses, filters and also the ones who bought Pentax back in 2007, are now selling it off to Ricoh.
After Sony, Acer, Nintendo Under Attack from Hackers
Hackers busy attacking gaming giants.