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Bangladesh bans Zakir Naik’s ‘Peace’ mobile phones

Dhaka: Bangladesh authorities have banned controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik’s Peace mobile phone, days after banning his Peace TV from airwaves and online, said a media report. “These phones cannot be allowed anymore because there’s a clear instruction from the government to stop all kinds of publicity of Zakir Naik,” bdnews24.com quoted Bangladesh telecoms

Google to train 2 million mobile developers in India

New Delhi: In a fillip to government’s Skill India initiative, technology giant Google on Monday launched its “Android Skilling and Certification” programme to help make the country a global hub of high-quality mobile developers. The programme aims to train two million mobile developers by unveiling a slew of initiatives to skill up, educate and certify

Brand ‘Kabali’ now on mobile phones and coffee mugs

Chennai: If you thought a ride on AirAsia’s “Kabali” airline was out of your budget, here’s something affordable for every Rajinikanth fan. Coveritup, a company that churns out high quality mobile phone cases, has partnered with the makers of “Kabali” for exclusive merchandise roll-out. From “Kabali” mobile cases to coffee mugs and posters, Coveritup is

Mobile services curtailed in Kashmir

Srinagar: Authorities today suspended mobileinternet services in Kashmir Valley, while the cellular facility was completely snapped in south Kashmir in the wake of apprehensions of law and order problems following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani. Mobile internet services have been suspended in the whole of Kashmir Valley, while mobile facility has been

1 in 10 Indian mobile searches are about cinema: Google

New Delhi: India is a nation of movie buffswith 1 out of 10 mobile searches in the country being related to cinema, technology giant Google said today. The US-based company has now developed a “rich, immersive experience” for its ‘search’ product to cater to user’s queries related to Bollywood and Tollywood, including links to videos

1 in 10 Indian mobile searches are about cinema: Google

New Delhi: India is a nation of movie buffswith 1 out of 10 mobile searches in the country being related to cinema, technology giant Google said today. The US-based company has now developed a “rich, immersive experience” for its ‘search’ product to cater to user’s queries related to Bollywood and Tollywood, including links to videos

Mobile Internet services suspended in Jammu        

Jammu: Mobile Internet services were todaysuspended in Jammu following protests in parts of the city after an ancient temple was allegedly desecrated by a “mentally disturbed” person. According to police officials, an ancient temple situated in Roop Nagar area of Jammu was vandalised yesterday which led to protests across the city. “As a precautionary measure,

App on Sikh Heritage in Singapore launched 

Singapore: A mobile app exploring Sikhs’history in Singapore has been launched here, according to media reports. Partially funded by the National Heritage Board, the Sikh Heritage Trail app was developed by Ishvinder Singh, a 29-year-old project engineer in an aerospace company, and was launched yesterday, The Sunday Times reported. Available both on the Android Google

Jalandhar becomes first district to launch M-DTO app

Jalandhar: Jalandhar has become the first district in the state to launch a public centric and user friendly M-DTO app, which would provide systematic information about driving licenses besides creating awareness about the district transport office services, traffic safety and police availability here on Friday. The free of cost app is presently available on the