HCL has developed a $35-tablet PC and claim that it will be launched by January next year. Government has already given a contract of 100,000 Android $35-tablet PCs to HCL.
It features a 9 inch Android touchscreen, and is named as 'Sakshat'. The device was displayed by HRD Minister, Mr. Kapil Sibal last month. He emphasized the importance of this device as an educational tool for schools and universities.
Bunch of mobile handsets launched by MTS in India. Mobile telephony brand MTS of Sistema Shyam TeleService Limited (SSTL) has introduced internet services in these mobiles at cheaper rates. Handsets are named as Buzz, Alive and Ivory. The prices tagged with these phones are between Rs 4,999 to RS 13,500.
One of the India's top most universities; Jadavpur University known for its engineering and science faculties, has been facing a huge protest performed by students from different political associations.
Students are protesting against installing CCTV's cameras in the University.
BSE benchmark Sensex has continued its bull run in this week as well. The index has gone up 132.95 points and was closed at 18,799.66 points at the close of today' trading. This has been the highest close for the index in last thirty one weeks.
Australian dollar burned its way to a four month high Thursday in Asia. The numbers of jobs sterling pumped the flames of another rate hike by the central bank later this year. It promotes tapering of financial policy by the Reserve Bank of Australia. The financial system added 30,900 jobs in August. This will motivate the joblessness speed up to 5.1%.
The University of New South Whales has generated some new key manifest that confirms the thought that people on the earth are living in accordance to their existence. Most of the living beings are residing on the place that is completely right for their survival and breeding.
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