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May 30, 2010

Whirlpool recently launched a three-door range of refrigerators called Protton. Its capacity starts from 300 litres. Pro ...
January 9, 2008

The Viewty mobile phone and five megapixel camera is on display at the LG booth at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show in ...
February 20, 2008

Youngsters shows their solidarity with Rajendra Singh popularly known as jalpurush for his battle to save river ...
July 4, 2007

German Defence Minister Franz Josef Jung has said his country would not withdraw troops from war-ravaged Afghanistan.
June 15, 2010

For the first time, half a dozen security officers from different Asian countries including India, China and Pakistan ar ...
April 21, 2010

Sweden's Ericsson has agreed to buy bankrupt Nortel's controlling stake in a venture with LG Electronics for $242 millio ...
May 30, 2007

According to the latest ORG survey, Samsung tops the market share with 36 %, followed by LG with 30 % and Sony in the th ...
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December 24, 2007

LG India plans to increase the number of its GSM handsets from 1.5 million to 4 million handsets by next year, reports
October 9, 2007

Two of India’s largest consumer electronics cos are increasingly emphasising on products targeted at the mass marke ...
April 20, 2008

Invented in England, improvised in the US, re-invented in Mumbai, born in Kolkata – and funded from Finland. If cricket ...
April 10, 2008

Samsung chief, Lee Kun-Hee, is asked to appear on Friday for probe in connection with alleged bribery slush fund.
July 28, 2010

LG Electronics Inc , the world's No.2 TV maker, expected on Wednesday modest earnings growth in the current quarter, hel ...
March 4, 2008

The much-awaited touchscreen beauty that was never launched in the country by the Korean company is  now planning t ...
December 10, 2007

The company, which owes to a lot to cricket as a tool in its brand-building exercise in India, claims that a final decis ...
January 21, 2004

Two decades after Anees Jung's first book, she treads the same paths, sadder and wiser. Benita Sen looks on.
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