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4 November, 2017 12:44 PM China extends new law over insulting national anthem to Hong Kong

China's national legislature often referred to as a rubber stamp parliament for its routine endorsement of the ruling Communist Party's decisions. Beijing: China on Saturday adopted a new law stipulating a three-year punishment for disrespecting the national anthem, which would be enforced in the specially administered provinces of Hong Kong and Macau 64

2 November, 2017 12:37 PM SBI deploys Microsoft Office 365 across its network

New York: The State Bank of India (SBI) has deployed Microsoft Office 365 to improve communication and collaboration among its workforce. This is one of the largest deployments of Office 365 in India, spanning SBI`s countrywide network of 23,423 branches, enabling 263,000 employees and servicing more than 500 million customer accounts. "We are excited 27

31 October, 2017 12:52 AM Manufacturers of LED bulbs flout BIS norms

HYDERABAD: Major LED bulb manufacturers in the city are flouting Bureau of Indian Standards norms, says a Nielson study . The study, carried out across four cities -Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad -said that about 76% LED bulb brands and 71% LED downlighter brands are yet to comply with consumer safety standards, which have been mandated by Union 41

27 October, 2017 2:38 PM He claimed his adopted daughter choked on milk and died. Her orphanage in India wants answers

Before search parties began looking for a missing 3-year-old girl in Texas this month, and before her father changed his story about how she went missing, Sherin Mathews was a happy, cheerful child at an orphanage in India. “We loved her laughter,” Babita Kumari, who managed the Mother Teresa Orphanage and Children’s Home in the city of Nalanda in eastern 10

27 October, 2017 2:38 PM Ex-Caregiver of Texas Girl Found Dead Disputes Dad’s Claim She Was Malnourished

NEW DELHI — A toddler whose body was recently found in a drain in suburban Dallas was cheerful, healthy and eating well a year ago when she met her new parents, according to the manager of the Indian orphanage from where Sherin Mathews was adopted. Babita Kumari said she wants to know what happened to the 3-year-old girl, whose father has been jailed 41

26 October, 2017 6:47 AM Texas Indian girl had no eating problems before adoption, says orphanage owner

Wesley and Sini Mathews appeared loving when they were going through the adoption process, Babitha Kumari says The owner of a now-closed orphanage in India where a young girl was living before a Texas couple adopted her in 2016 says the child had no difficulty eating despite her adoptive father’s account to police when reporting her missing. The body of the 3-year-old 32

26 October, 2017 3:51 AM Orphanage owner in India: Texas girl had no eating problem

DALLAS: The owner of a now-closed orphanage in India where a young girl was living before a Texas couple adopted her last year says the child had no difficulty eating despite her adoptive father's account to police when reporting her missing. The body of 3-year-old Sherin Mathews was found Sunday in suburban Dallas in a culvert under a road about a half-mile 39

24 October, 2017 4:06 PM Vodafone to introduce ‘low cost’ smartphone

Micromax device to be offered at ₹999 Vodafone has allied with Micromax to unveil a 4G smartphone with a Vodafone 4G connection at an effective price of ₹999 as it battles Reliance Jio and Bharti for market share. “With a combined vision of accelerating the growth of data adoption, Vodafone and Micromax will work collaboratively to introduce the best consumer 35

18 October, 2017 3:55 PM Other developing nations can adopt China's growth model: President Xi Jinping

President Xi Jinping today said China will emerge as a modern and prosperous nation by 2020 and suggested that other developing countries could adopt the same growth model to transform the lives of their people. Unveiling his two-stage plan to make China a "great modern socialist country" by the mid-21st century, Xi, General Secretary of the ruling Communist 44

16 October, 2017 5:32 AM Aarushi Talwar Murder Case: Trials and Travails of a Trial Court Judge

There exists a long list of cases which were under constant media glare and the trial court judgments were quite often overturned or modified by the superior courts. New Delhi: In a strongly-worded verdict, the Allahabad High Court came down heavily on a trial court judge for being "unmindful of the basic tenets of law" while convicting Rajesh and Nupur 50