Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina
From Auto Oct 02, 2012
Seeking to tap consumer interest in the forthcoming Diwali festivities, India's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki opened pre-order bookings for its all-new Alto 800 two weeks ahead of its debut in October.
From Politics & Policy Sep 30, 2012
Hyderabad police on Sunday resorted to preventive arrests and imposed unprecedented security, hours ahead of a massive pro-Telangana rally scheduled in Necklace Road, near Hussain Sagar Lake, in the afternoon.
From Politics & Policy Sep 26, 2012
The legislator's meet on the political crisis within the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party alliance scheduled on Wednesday, following the resignation of Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, was cancelled due to the recent death of senior leader Babasaheb Kupekar.
From Companies Sep 25, 2012
Apple posted record sales of its latest iPhone 5, selling over five million units in the first three days since its availability in stores. But analysts claimed that what seemed to be blockbuster sales for the tech firm was instead a lower-than-expected figure that sent the company's shares tumbling.
From Politics & Policy Sep 24, 2012
Bharatiya Janata Party members on Monday blocked three Rajdhani trains in different places across Jharkhand in a protest against not having reservation counters and scheduled stops by express trains at Parsabad station.
From Politics & Policy Sep 21, 2012
A day after the NDA and other opposition parties observed a nationwide protest against fuel price hike and FDI in multi-brand retail, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will explain on Friday the government's rationale behind the economic reforms announced last week.
From Politics & Policy Sep 20, 2012
The nationwide bandh called by the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and other opposition parties against the fuel price hike and FDI in multi-brand retail on Thursday, led to disruption in normalcy across the country, with public transport coming to a halt and a political clash cropping up in West Bengal.
From Politics & Policy Jul 26, 2012
The communal violence in Assam has brought the death toll to 41, leaving nearly two lakh villagers homeless, as ethnic clashes between Bangladeshi immigrants and Bodos entered into its seventh day on Wednesday.
From Companies Jul 22, 2012
Maruti Suzuki(MRTI.NS) has no idea when the Manesar factory hit by a deadly riot this week will reopen, the carmaker's chairman acknowledged on Saturday, saying it was impossible to import extra vehicles or shift lost production to another plant.
From Companies Jul 20, 2012
Electronics giant Samsung is reportedly set to roll out a 64GB variant of its Galaxy S3 flagship phone later this year.