Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina

From Politics & Policy Nov 20, 2012

Modi's 3D Campaign: Congress Seeks Probe into The Other Dimension - Funding

The Gujarat Congress on Tuesday said it would seek a probe by the Election Commission into the source of funding for Chief Minister Narendra Modi's hi-tech 3D projection campaign.

From Politics & Policy Nov 20, 2012

Chhath Puja Stampede in Patna Claims 18 Lives; Opposition Flays Bihar Gov't for Negligence

At least 18 people were killed and several others injured in a stampede at Patna's Adalatganj ghat on Monday, reported NDTV.

From Politics & Policy Nov 19, 2012

Bal Thackeray: Facebook Comment on Mumbai Shutdown Lands Two Women in Trouble

The Mumbai police reportedly arrested two women on Sunday over a Facebook comment which allegedly questioned the shutdown in the city following the death of Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray.

From Politics & Policy Nov 19, 2012

Bal Thackeray: Why PCI Chief Markandey Katju Won't Pay Tribute To The Late Shiv Sena Chief

Love him or hate him, one cannot ignore the influence and power that Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray had over society. His demise on Saturday plunged the state of Maharashtra into mourning and sent ripples across the country.

From Politics & Policy Nov 19, 2012

Big Bang Reforms: TMC to Stage Two-Day Protest Against Centre at Jantar Mantar

The Trinamool Congress (TMC) would hold a two-day demonstration at the Jantar Mantar in Delhi on Monday and Tuesday against the "big bang reforms" that the Centre introduced in September, IBN Live reported.

From Politics & Policy Nov 18, 2012

Bal Thackeray's Body Arrives in Shivaji Park; Security Beefed Up Amid Tensions

The funeral procession carrying the body of Shiv Sena patriarch Bal Thackeray reached Shivaji Park Sunday morning.

From Society Nov 13, 2012

Festival of Lights: Diwali Celebrations from Around the World [PHOTOS]

Hindu communities from around the world on Tuesday celebrated Diwali - the festival of light - in symbolization of victory over evil.

From Politics & Policy Nov 08, 2012

Obama’s Victory Keeps India’s IT Industry on its Toes

Barack Obama's return to the White House after his tight-race victory against Mitt Romney on Tuesday has raised concerns in India's outsourcing industry.

From Companies Nov 05, 2012

Apple Dodges Tax Bullet Again, Pays Only 1.9 pct on Foreign Profits

Apple has sidestepped billions of dollars in global taxes this fiscal, paying just 1.9 percent on its profits by offshoring accounts and creating subsidiaries on low-tax states.

From Companies Nov 04, 2012

Microsoft Set to Unleash Its Own Smartphone: Reports

The launch of Microsoft's Surface tablet on Oct 26 has given rise to speculation that the company would come up with its own series of smartphones.