Monthly Archives: July 2012
Micromax tablet Funbook review and specifications
Micromax’s 10-inch now available
Micromax, known for its cheap and durable phones, has laid its foundation stone in the tablet market with a bang with the Micromax funbook tablet. The Indian market which is already saturated with low cost tablets (Aakash tablet, BSNL tablet etc) has found a new entrant in Micromax, but none of those other tabs offer features comparable to Micromax.
It basically runs on Android 4.0.3 ( Ice
Saudi Arabia judoka Wojdan Shaherkani was on Tuesday given the go-ahead to fight at the Olympics after a row over the wearing of a hijab was resolved, the International Olympic Committee told AFP.
The Saudis had threatened to pull the fighter out of the Games if she was forced to compete with her head uncovered.
However, a compromise had been found.
“We can confirm the International Judo Federation and the Saudi National Olympic Committee, under the auspices of the IOC, have
LONDON (AP) — Kristin Armstrong seemed to be retiring at the perfect time.
The Olympic time trial champion had just won another world championship. She had competed in every major race, and won her share of them. She was 36 years old and ready to start a family.
There was only one problem.
She wasn’t ready to get off the bike.
So after giving birth to her son Lucas in 2010, the American resumed the long hours that made her one of the best cyclists of her generation. And
LONDON (AP) — Andrei Kirilenko scored 16 points to lead Russia to a 73-54 win over China and its second victory in two games at the men’s Olympic basketball tournament.
Kirilenko, who recently signed a 2-year, $20 million deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, also had nine rebounds as Russia easily took care of China its second defeat in Group B. The former Utah Jazz standout is averaging 25.5 points in Russia’s first two games.
Russia went on a 10-0 run to open a 20-10 lead and was
CARDIFF, Wales (AP) — Coach Stuart Pearce and Liverpool striker Craig Bellamy reckon that anyone who likes watching a combined British football team should make the most of it now.
Both doubt it will happen again because of Scottish, Welsh and Northern Ireland concerns that a single British team might jeopardize their places in global football.
Former England defender Pearce says, “I honestly don’t believe it will happen again.”
Britain plays Uruguay on Wednesday at Cardiff, Wales,
ISLAMABAD, July 30: Heavy Industries Taxila Education City (HITEC) University shelved programmes of Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) due to which not only the students who had applied for admissions were left in the lurch but future of over 15 faculty members also hung in balance.
Moreover, around 100 students who had been studying in different semesters of business administration courses were in a state of shock because they felt
PESHAWAR: A ceremony was held in Bacha Khan Medical Collage Mardan here on Monday at 11 am where 36 newly enlisted Rescuers have been given appointment letters by the Honorable chief guest and Coordinator Chief Minister House Camp. Office Engineers Mr. Abbas Khan.
After the successful enlistment of Emergency Rescue Service, (Rescue 1122) Mardan36 Rescuers including 03 lady Rescuers had been enlisted in Walk in interview on 19th July 2012 and today successful candidates have been sent to
Peshawar (Online): Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has suspended 7-person accused of molesting a student in government Girls’ college Dera Ismail khan.
Incidents have been reported from D I khan after Peshawar University where several teachers from different departments were removed for harassing female students.
Provincial home department had sought report from the education department after taking strong notice of incidents of violence against students in the girl’s college by the
Karachi – The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi will notify the result of Home Economics Group HSC Part-II Annual Examination 2012 on Tuesday (today). This was announced by the Controller of Examinations of the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi, Muhammad Imran Khan Chishti on Monday.
KARACHI – As many as 21 more new dengue fever cases in a week were reported in the City on Monday, taking the total number of cases to 126 since January 2012. Provincial Dengue Surveillance Cell of Sindh Health Department has confirmed that as many as 13 new cases of dengue fever have been reported in the City in the last five days while 21 in a week. As per details, the dengue affected patients are under treatment in Civil, Jinnah and other local hospitals. According to the Dengue