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May 29, 2017-Monday
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Animated spin-off of Baahubali series coming to TV
May 29, 2017 19:11 IST
By Collin Rodrigues
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what happened: An animated spin-off of the Baahubali films, Bahubali: The Lost Legends, will soon make it to TV.
what it means: The animated series has already been launched on Amazon Prime Video, and now will be launched on the Colors TV channel.
what next: A premiere date for the show is yet to be announced.
Recent Launch
26,500 Indian workers to return from Saudi Arabia
May 29, 2017 21:57 IST
By Jayanth Jacob
Hindustan Times
what happened: 26,500 workers in Saudi Arabia without valid papers or overstayed will return under amnesty scheme
what it means: Indian foreign office says this is an opportunity for the nationals to get their “status” in the Saudi kingdom corrected and return to work in Saudi should they get opportunities in future.
what next: They have to return soon as the amnesty scheme has a 90-day window.
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OnePlus launches new referral programme
May 29, 2017 21:56 IST
By Ramkumar Iyer
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what happened: The program lets people buy accessories at a discount when they buy a phone from the official store.
what it means: The programme is open to people who've bought a OnePlus phone in the past. People using your referral link to buy a phone from OnePlus will get $20 off on accessories. You'll get 100 referral points.
what next: OnePlus is expected to launch the programme in India as well.
Recent Launch
Poland proposes gathering data on foreigners in country
May 29, 2017 21:57 IST
By Kartikeya Ramanathan
Reuters File
what happened: Deputy defence minister Michal Dworczyk cited security concerns in Europe to justify the move.
what it means: A mostly homogenous and Catholic nation, Poland is refusing to accept migrants from the Middle East and Africa. The stance has drawn condemnation from European Union leaders.
what next: The move has been slammed, with the opposition saying the approach equates foreigners with threats.