Best Korean Skincare Products

July 2, 2019

When Korean skincare products first came on the market in the United States, there was a small handful of brands to choose from—and only a few more words (like essence and ampoule) to add to your beauty lexicon. Now, K-beauty is more accessible than ever, and we’ve familiarized ourselves with the 11-step routine, the skip-care trend and everything […]

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Online retailers must check authenticity, trademark registration of products they sell

July 1, 2019

Marketplaces cannot seek refuge under Section 79 of the IT Act 2000, say experts Online websites may now have to check the authenticity and trademark registration of the products they sell. This emerged in a recent case filed by Metro Shoes in the Bombay High Court against few online marketplaces run by companies including Reliance […]

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HUAWEI WILL BE ALLOWED TO BUY PRODUCTS FROM US SUPPLIERS FOLLOWING TRUMP-XI MEETING

June 29, 2019

Huawei Technologies can finally take relax. After a gruelling month of facing bans and losing business relations with multiple clients across the world, the Chinese tech giant can start buying products from US companies. U.S. President Donald Trump meets with China’s President Xi Jinping at the start of their bilateral meeting at the G20 leaders […]

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Virat Kohli is a modern day Jesus: Graeme Swann

June 26, 2019

ndian captain Virat Kohli is winning the hearts of fans cricketers alike by his sportsmanship during the ongoing World Cup 2019 in England and Wales. After he asked the crowd to stop booing Australia’s Steven Smith earlier this month, Kohli was in the news again when he decided to walk thinking that he had edged […]

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FORMER CALL OF DUTY BOSS TALKS MODERN WARFARE ‘BEING PUSHED BY PUBLISHING’ TO BE CONTROVERSIAL

June 25, 2019

The former head of Sledgehammer Games, the studio behind numerous Call of Duty games, has spoken about how Call of Duty: Modern Warfare could be a tough challenge for Infinity Ward, noting that there could be pressure from Activision to make the game controversial. Talking to Venture Beat, Michael Condrey – who now acts as president of 2K […]

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iPad wins again, Google cancels upcoming tablet products

June 22, 2019

“For Google’s first-party hardware efforts, we’ll be focusing on Chrome OS laptops and will continue to support Pixel Slate,” the person told Business Insider. The exact nature of the cancelled devices is uncertain, but it’s confirmed that the company will not produce a follow-up to the Slate, introduced in October. It did mention that both products were […]

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BIS certification: Manufacturers of kitchen appliances in a stew over testing parameter

June 19, 2019

Seek suspension of endurance test or deferral of roll-out of mandatory certification till a new system is in place With the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) making it mandatory for kitchen appliance makers to get certification from May 1, some players have raised concerns regarding certain testing parameters such as the “Endurance Test”. Sources said […]

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Snapdeal to sell Miniso products on its platform

June 18, 2019

New Delhi: Online marketplace Snapdeal, will start selling Miniso products on its platform, the company said in a statement. The company will list over 150 products from Miniso, ranging from categories like beauty, baby care, home furnishing, stationery, mobile accessories, and decor. Snapdeal said it will sell products in the range of Rs 190 to Rs 790. “Our […]

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7-storey Complex, Modern Shops: Built in 1912, How Patna’s Heritage Market Succumbed to New Project

June 17, 2019

Patna: The over 100-year-old Gole Market, a unique heritage building constructed as Patna’s first planned municipal market, has been demolished by local authorities as part of a Smart City project. The demolition work began on Friday and by Sunday the historic landmark, located in the heart of Bihar’s capital and endowed with beautiful red-tiled roof, was […]

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Making the case for aircraft cabin lighting harmonization

June 16, 2019

Even casual observers of aviation know that mood lighting has been having a serious moment – it features prominently in new aircraft, like the forthcoming Boeing 777X, and is being retrofitted on nearly all commercial aircraft types, including a growing number of aged narrowbodies and new regional jets. An airline may have mood lighting scenarios in […]

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