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Meet Zenbo, the affordable home robot!

If you think household robots are only for the rich, think again. Taiwanese tech major Asus has unveiled a really affordable robot that can make your home quire alive. At $599, you can bring zenbo home and this cute robot has the ability to control smart home devices and comply to a number of commands.

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AR Rahman awarded Japan’s Fukuoka prize

Academic Award winning music composer AR Rahman has been honoured with Japan’s prestigious Fukuoka (Grand) Prize, for his un-debatable contribution in persevering south Asian Culture and promoting it across the globe. He has give brilliant compositions in Bollywood movies like ‘Bombay’, ‘Dil Se’, ‘Taal’, ‘Lagan’, ‘Range De Basanti’, ‘Delhi 6’, ‘Rockstar’,’Highway’ and ‘Tamasha’. To get

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‘MAREA’ to be laid undersea by Microsoft, Facebook

Tech giants Microsoft and Facebook have inked a pact on laying ‘MAREA’ a giant high-tech, subsea cable across the Atlantic Ocean. This will help connect the United States with Europe therby facilitating faster speed and Internet access. The work will begin from August 2016 and will be completed by October 2017. The cable will boost

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Decades ago death fell from sky: Obama

POTUS Barack Obama visited  Hiroshima on Friday, where an atomic bomb was dropped by America during the World War 2. After laying a wreath at the cenotaph in the center of the park that marks the site of nuclear ground zero, Obama said, even decades ago death fell from the sky and the world was

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Advanced version of BrahMos missile test-fired

IAF on Friday test fired an advanced version of BrahMos land-attack supersonic cruise missile in western sector, Rajasthan. Officials said the missile met all the mission parameters and obliterated the assigned target successfully. The mountain warfare mode in the system had been tested 2 times before, a BrahMos aerospace release said. The missile is used

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Britain to help develop Pune, Indore, Amaravati

Britain has come forward to help three Indian cities by collaborating with the state governments and the municipal authorities. The cities to be developed are Pune (Maharastra), Indure (Madhya Pradesh), Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh) as smart cities. A confirmation has been received regarding the same from the British High Commissioner to India. Dominic Anthony Gerard Asquith

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Government releases fourth batch of Netaji files

Government on Friday released 25 declassified files about Netaji  Subhas Chandra Bose on www.netajipapers.gov.in. This is the 4th batch of such files made public by the government. The batch contains 5 files from PMO, 4 from MHA and 16 from MEA. They cover the period from 1968 to 2008. Government had released the 1st batch

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Terrorism and economic growth in G7 agenda

The agenda of worlds 7 powerful nations at G7 is likely to focus on two primary global issues – terrorism and economy. Plans on counterterrorism and a blueprint to spur global economic growth are likely to come out during the meet. Policies of monetary, fiscal and structural measures are also expected. The G7 summit, involving

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Retirement age for government doctors to be 65: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi  in his rally speech at Saharanpur, UP has asked doctors to treat pregnant woman free of cost for a day monthly. Also the retirement age of government doctors would be increased to 65 years, he added. The decision would be taken soon if cabinet agrees to it, since there was a

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New civil aviation policy on the way

Minister of State for Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma said the government will soon introduce a new civil aviation policy that will boost India’s expanding aviation sector and address key issues within. He added that government is in the process of setting a upper cap on ticket fares by consulting airlines in the industry. Major investments

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