In today’s world, it’s all about timing. Imagine if Sunil Gavaskar would have played cricket in these times, he would have flopped with his run scoring pace and would have warmed the benches more often than not. Likewise, Kasab who was hanged today at 7.30AM, is good timing for a number of involved parties on […]
Google’s doodle for November 14, 2012 is dedicated to Children’s day in India. The doodle was created by Arun Kumar Yadav, a class 9 student from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Chandigarh.
Google has introduced its first tablet in India with Nexus 7 going on stands earlier last week. The tablet PC, manufactured for Google by Asus has a cost price of Rs.19,900 and is expected to compete directly with Samsung Galaxy tab and iPad, more so with the former.
Here is some good news for Indians. The legendary Western ghats is now a world heritage site. This mountain range starts in Gujarat in Western India and grows as it moves south. It ends at Kanyakumari in Kerala state, thus covering Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu on the way.
When we start looking at security, things are perhaps moving for the worst by the day. First, it was Windows OS that was susceptible, and slowly but surely, iOS, Linux and other major operating systems fell prey. Next was the turn of cellphone OS, iPods and other gadgets. Now, the latest tantrum is the SIM […]
Sania Mirza, Rushmi Chakravarthi and Somdev Devvarman were award wildcard entries to the Olympics in the ladies’ doubles and men’s singles. They join Mahesh Bhupathi, Rohan Bopanna, Leaner Paes and Vishnu Vardhan who were selected to play for India by AITA.
In what could be termed as the first, Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari has granted presidential pardon to Indian origin convict Sarabjit Singh. This move is seen as a reciprocal response to Khalil Chisti’s release from Rajasthan prison last month.