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India’s The Good Road out of the Oscar race

MUMBAI: Gyan Correa’s much publicised The Good Road is out of the race for the Foreign Language Oscars. Nine features will advance to the next round of voting in the Foreign Language Film category for the 86th Academy Awards. Seventy-six films had originally been considered in the category.

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The 2013 season finale of the 16th JK Tyre racing championship promises to be a Mega affair

The grand finale of the 16th JK Tyre Racing Championship to be held at the Buddh International Circuit on November 30-December 1, will see the unique coming together of the high-octane world of motor racing, glamour and music. The 2013 season opener held at the Kari Motor Speedway which created...

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79% Indians look for best deals while shopping

MUMBAI: A majority (79 per cent) of Indians would rather ‘spend time looking for a good deal,’ while only 21 per cent would rather ‘pay more to make a quick/efficient purchase.’ The findings reflect a new poll of 18,503 online respondents conducted by Ipsos OTX.

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79% Indians look for best deals while shopping

MUMBAI: A majority (79 per cent) of Indians would rather ?spend time looking for a good deal,? while only 21 per cent would rather ?pay more to make a quick/efficient purchase.? The findings reflect a new poll of 18,503 online respondents conducted by Ipsos OTX.

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69% Indians feel SMS is an easier way to express than in person: Ipsos Study

MUMBAI: Seven in ten (69 per cent) Indians admit they say things in that they would not say voice-to-voice or person-to-person; compared to 43 per cent globally, finds a new poll conducted by Ipsos OTX - the global innovation center for Ipsos.

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