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Big new iPhone brings Apple more profit  (24 September 06:46 am) 
Apple\'s largest iPhone is selling for $100 more than its other new model, but an outside research firm estimated Tuesday that it costs Apple only $15.50 more to make the more expensive version.
While big political parties are busy number crunching and seat bargaining, it is the smaller parties who are anxious about their stake.
Investigators have found more than 800 rounds of ammunition, a machete and two hatchets in the car of the former soldier accused of scaling the White House.
It stressed that the industrialised countries, responsible for the bulk of the global warming, should lead by example.
BOSS which was initially touted as a home-grown alternative to Microsoft’s Windows, is seeing a slow death due to lack of government support and investments.
These players are eager to cater to the demand for mobile phones, SIM cards, smart cards and smart cities in India, created by the “Digital India” initiative.
Finnish start-up Jolla, formed by former Nokia employees, is in talks with Indian as well as global smartphone makers to licence its Sailfish operating system.
Four stocks that can give handsome returns  (24 September 06:13 am) 
Here’s a list of four stocks that can outperform their peers and give handsome returns.
As Congress is set to announce its candidates for Haryana Assembly polls, CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda manages to pack almost entire pack with his loyalists.
SC expresses concerns over deaths in police encounters ruling that registration of FIRs will be must with independent probe and magisterial inquiry.
Why India should not be worried with Xi\'s comment over combat readiness India should not be alarmed by Xi\'s statements as they are made routinely to the armed forces in China since the 1991 Gulf War
There is more to this saffron drama than that superficiality of squabbling on number of seats. The same is true in the case of the Congress-NCP front.
The stock surged almost 76% intra-day to hit an high of Rs 274 before closing at Rs 230.60, up 47.82% on NSE.
A favourite product of the bull market has made a comeback as well-heeled investors buy structured products linked to Nifty movements.
HNIs buy Nifty-linked debentures worth Rs 200-300 cr every month A favourite product of the bull market has made a comeback as well-heeled investors buy structured products linked to Nifty movements.
Mobile retailers explore tie-ups with Flipkart, Snapdeal to stem falling footfalls The Mobile Store plans to tie up with e-commerce players to enable it to help customers at its outlets to buy devices
Nationalist Congress Party demands that if their alliance comes to power, then CM\'s post should be rotated between the two parties.
Delhi Police has asked Sonia Gandhi\'s son-in-law Robert Vadra and sons-in-law of minister Manmohan Singh, among others, to inform the police three weeks in advance before they embark on a foreign
The launch will be attended by representatives of companies from US, Japan, Korea, Sweden, Poland, Australia, China, Italy, Germany and France.
Commerce secretary Rajeev Kher has asked his revenue counterpart to merge two export documents, packing list and commercial invoice into one.
Commerce secretary Rajeev Kher has asked his revenue counterpart to merge two export documents, packing list and commercial invoice into one.
BJP and Shiv Sena reached a seat-sharing agreement after a week’s tough posturing that almost led to a breakdown of the alliance between the two parties.
Modi’s super-packed schedule features over 50 meetings in the span of five days & the one at MSG is expected to be a big crowd puller.
In five years, till 2013, the fund has beaten benchmark & emerged top draw in large, midcap fund category.
Some younger traders have gotten out and moved into industries from real estate to public relations and information technology.