Thu, Mar 1 2012 17:51 IST | 3 Views | Add your comment
The Indian mobile handsets market grew 10 percent in 2011 with the sale of 183 million devices, including 18 million 3G mobile phones and around 97 million multi-SIM handsets, said a study Thursday.
Nokia remained the overall market leader in each segment, said IT research firm CyberMedia in its mobile handsets market review for 2011.
Nokia gained 31 percent share followed by Samsung with 15 percent and Micromax at five...Read Full Story
Wed, Feb 22 2012 11:15 IST | 38 Views | Add your comment
Indian investors are keen to invest as much as $36 million in Ghana's ailing sugar industry, Indian High Commissioner Rajinder Bhagat has said.
"Indian investors intend to revive Ghana's sugar industry by investing in the establishment of a sugar processing plant. In addition, other Indian investors are also waiting to invest in a potato plantation," said Bhagat here.
He hoped that ties between Ghana and India would be...Read Full Story
Wed, Feb 29 2012 18:03 IST | 14 Views | Add your comment
An initiative that aims to educate people across the country about science through free mobile updates has been launched here, an official said Wednesday.
'Science@Mobile’ is an innovative scheme by IGNOU's National Centre for Innovations in Distance Education (NCIDE) in collaboration with Vigyan Prasar, a government body involved in science popularisation tasks.
“Now, interesting science facts, latest science news, health...Read Full Story
Fri, Mar 2 2012 13:57 IST | 4 Views | Add your comment
An unencrypted laptop computer stolen from NASA last year contained command codes used to control the International Space Station (ISS), media reports said.
The PC Magazine reported that the March 2011 theft of the computer containing the ISS command algorithms was just one of "5,408 computer security incidents (in 2010 and 2011) that resulted in the installation of malicious software on or unauthorized access to (NASA...Read Full Story
Sayali Bhagat Age: 24
9”Weight(in kg): 53.8
kgVital statistics (in
inches): 32-26-35.5Crowned: Miss India World 2004
Alkesh Dinesh Mody Institute of Finance and Management Studies,
Favorite Actor: Shah Rukh Khan,
assignments: Dentzz, SNDT College show, Swarovski gems fashion
Bollywood: The Train, Good Luck,
Halla Bol, Paying Guest, Jail (special appearance), Impatient Vivek...Read Full Story
Sayali Bhagat is the winner of the Femina Miss India 2004 contest. Like the other beauty contest winners, she too entered the modeling industry, followed by bollywood. The Train: Some Lines Should Never Be Crossed is her first Hindi film, co-staring Emraan Hashmi and Geeta Basra. The movie is released on June 8, 2007.