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Hotstar innovates; to explore 3D virtual reality with Kabaddi World Cup

MUMBAI: The Twenty First Century Fox owned video streaming platform is setting new benchmarks. First, it announced that it had become the most downloaded video app in India with the figure at about 90 million. Then it announced that it was looking at a watch time of a billion minutes a day.

iWorld Over The Top Services
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Sarika and Jahnu Barua to head film juries at 7 Jagran Film Festival

Its official! Renowned actress Sarika and veteran film director Jahnu Barua will head the two Film Juries at the 7 Jagran Film Festival, this year.

Movies Hindi
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Top-level changes at Shop CJ; CEO Kenny Shin to head back to Korea

MUMBAI: Home shopping ain't an easy business. Definitely not in India. Ask Shop CJ CEO Kenny Shin. The South Korean is slated to catch a flight back to his home country very soon after serving four years and one month at the joint venture between the South Korean home shopping major CJ O Shopping...

Television TV Channels Specialised and Niche
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IT sector granted ‘Authorising Nation’ status under the CCRA

NEW DELHI: India has been recognised as the ‘Authorising Nation’ under the international Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) to test and certify Electronics and IT products with respect to cyber security. Thus, India has become the 17th nation

Technology Software Applications
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Amazon expands Appstore availability to 200 countries

MUMBAI: Amazon.com continued the global expansion of its Appstore by announcing that developers can now submit their apps for distribution in nearly 200 countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, India, South Africa, South Korea, and even Pap

Technology Software Applications

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