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To cash on the increasing mobile phone market, home-based Karbonn Mobiles nowadays opened ten latest devices in the cost series of Rs 1,500-Rs 5,000 and said it plans to open 3G smartphones on the Android stage soon.
Karbonn Mobiles Executive Director, Shashin Devsare said, “This newest range from Karbonn Mobiles emphasizes our pledge of driving affordability, joined with huge aspects in the Indian handset market.”
According to the statement of Karbonn Mobiles, The latest varieties from Karbonn are composed of a diversity of touch, QWERTY, multimedia and music phones across various price-points.
“We plan to acquire even additional antagonistic . . . → Read More: Karbonn Would Soon Launch 3G Smartphones and New Handsets
Christopher Tamanini, an affiliate of Boy Scout Troop 281 of Dallas, accomplished the rank of Eagle Scout, the main status in Scouting on May 19.
Tamanini instigated his Scouting vocation as a Tiger Cub in 1999. He grossed the Parvuli Dei Catholic Religious Award in 2003 and the Arrow of Light, as a Cub Scout, the premier grant in Cub Scouting, in 2004.
Tamanini detained the poses of Chaplain’s Aid, Mentor, Bugler, Horde Steerer, Quartermaster and Patrol Leader, as a Boy Scout. He was chosen . . . → Read More: Christopher Tamanini Promoted as Eagle Scout
President Obama, after denouncing of what he called a dumb war in Iraq, plans to make an end on the combat missions of the American troops there. It is Obama’s promise two years ago when he won as US President that he will put an end on the war at Iraq.
This has been a quiet process that is now successfully coming into reality. The American troops have been slowly pulled out of Iraq. This is what the public has missed these past few months since their attention is much focused on the pressing issues of . . . → Read More: Obama to Pullout American Troops in Iraq
Juan Manuel Marquez is back.
He’s back for a third fight against Manny Pacquaio. Saturday night at Mandalay Bay Events Center, Marquez beat his fighter Juan Diaz with a unanimous decision from the judges. His fight was said to be the signal that he wants another fight with Pacquaio. Marquez displayed his brutal toughness as he took down Diaz for the two world lightweight titles.
Marquez got the World Boxing Association and World Boxing Organization belts in his fight against Diaz. The judges scored him 118-110, 117-111, and 116-112 by Glenn . . . → Read More: Marquez Wants a Trilogy After Winning Unanimous Decision Over Diaz
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former US President Bill Clinton, married her long-time boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky at an exclusive estate at New York’s Hudson River.
The wedding ceremony was attended by a number of 400 family and friends. Chelsea’s parents, former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, gave an official statement that says, “Today, we watched with great pride and overwhelming emotion as Chelsea and Marc wed in a beautiful ceremony at Astor Courts surrounded by family and close friends.” The Clintons were so happy that Marc is finally part of their family.
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Another tragedy caught China under its belt. This is the latest accident in the country’s infamous and dangerous coal industry.
There were 24 workers trapped in a flooded mine in Northeast China on Sunday. The said mine was located in Jixi city of Heilongjiang province at Saturday afternoon. A dispatch team was called to investigate the said accident by the State Work Safety Administration. The personnel who called the dispatch refused to be identified so as to keep the details safe for the meantime.
According to the Xinhua News Agency, the . . . → Read More: 24 Workers Trapped in a Coal Mine in China