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26 April, 2018 12:18 PM Lionel Messi scores in trademark tussle in EU court

He was caught in a trademark tussle with Spanish bicycle clothing brand Massi Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi may register his name as a trademark for sports equipment and clothing, the EU's second highest court said, as he was famous enough to overcome phonetic similarities with Spanish bicycle clothing brand Massi. The case reached the EU General 22

26 April, 2018 7:50 AM Explained: What impacts petroleum prices

Over the last few days, the retail prices of petrol and diesel have touched an all-time high. In Delhi, petrol was selling at 74.6/litre on April 25, 2018, while diesel was at 66/litre. Petroleum products are used as raw materials in various sectors and industries such as transport and petrochemicals. These products may also be used in factories 26

25 April, 2018 1:21 PM Haryana Government cancels award function for CWG medallists after prize money furore

Chandigarh: The Haryana government on Wednesday cancelled the felicitation function for the state's Commonwealth Games (CWG) medal winners after being threatened with a boycott by top athletes, such as wrestler Vinesh Phogat and javelin-thrower Neeraj Chopra, over a proposed cut in prize money. The function was to be held in Panchkula on Thursday but athletes 25

25 April, 2018 11:43 AM Listed foreign funds pull out $91 mn from India

India witnessed an outflow of USD 91 million from listed foreign funds in 2017-18 after an infusion of USD 3.8 billion in the preceding fiscal, according to a report by Kotak. The listed funds -- passive exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and active non-ETFs -- account for a large part of foreign portfolio investor (FPI) activity in India. As per the Kotak 28

24 April, 2018 7:56 PM Kalaburagi records highest temperature

Hyderabad Karnataka continues to reel under severe heat wave Hyderabad Karnataka and parts of Mumbai Karnataka and Central Karnataka region continued to reel under a severe heat wave with the mercury breaching the 42.1 degrees Celsius mark in Kalaburagi as per observations recorded by the India Meteorological Department at 8.30 a.m. on Tuesday 33

24 April, 2018 6:52 PM India Fourth Most Tolerant Country In The World, Says Survey

New Delhi: On the global map, India is fourth most tolerant country after Canada, followed by China and Malaysia, suggests a new survey. The survey, conducted by Ipsos MORI, was carried out earlier this year in 27 countries for the BBC. In all, around 20,000 people were interviewed for the study that highlights the extent to which citizens think their 38

24 April, 2018 6:09 AM Zero shadow day in Chennai today

Step out at 12.07pm today to find your shadow exactly under you. A sub-solar point is when the sun is directly overhead at a particular latitude. When the sun is at the zenith (the highest point in the sky) its rays will be hitting a particular point exactly perpendicular to the surface. This will make your shadow be exactly under you, making it look like there 38

23 April, 2018 4:32 PM IAF posts photo of Flying Officer Bhawana Kanth going for MiG 21 sortie

Avani Chaturvedi, Bhawana Kanth and Mohana Singh were commissioned as flying officers in July 2016. New Delhi: The Indian Air Force (IAF) posted a photo of Flying Officer Bhawana Kanth getting ready for a sortie in a MiG 21 fighter aircraft on Sunday. The photo went viral within a few minutes and saluting her, people posted comments such as - 'real heroes' 71

23 April, 2018 5:37 AM TCS becomes India's first company to hit $100 billion market cap

Led by the gain in the stock, the company's m-cap moved to Rs 6,69,053.08 crore (10.08 am). New Delhi: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Ltd on Monday became India's first company to hit market capitalisation $100 billion. Led by the gain in the stock, the company's m-cap moved to Rs 6,69,053.08 crore (at 10.08 am). The share price of the IT bellwether 46

21 April, 2018 3:27 PM Beijing has declared war on those hilariously bad translations on signs with eye on 2022 Winter Olympics

It has announced a monthly prize for the individual who spots the most errors.  Remember all those hilariously badly translated signs that went viral (or whatever else it was called back then) when Beijing hosted the Olympics in 2008? Well, they could soon be a thing of the past. The city has announced a war on the endearingly funny and sometimes-inappropriate 47