Digital Detox: Resorts Offer Perks for Handing Over Phones

Digital Detox: Resorts Offer Perks for Handing Over Phones

Can you take a vacation from your cellphone? A growing number of hotels will help you find out. Some resorts are offering perks, like snorkelling tours and s’mores, to guests who manage to give up their phones for a few...
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Maharashtra Cabinet Approves Rs. 150 Crore Relief For Onion Farmers

Maharashtra Cabinet Approves Rs. 150 Crore Relief For Onion Farmers

The compensation will cover a total of 75 lakh metric tons of onions (Representational) Mumbai:  The Maharashtra cabinet has approved Rs. 150 crore as relief to onion farmers who had to sell their produce at low prices. According to Maharashtra’s...
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Marketing Is About More Than Just Marketing: How It Affects An Organization

Marketing Is About More Than Just Marketing: How It Affects An Organization

GettyGetty Marketing. It’s such a straightforward term — or is it? According to the American Marketing Association, the definition of marketing is “the activity, set of institutions and processes for creating, communicating, delivering and exchan...
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Apple Accused of Making False Claims About iPhone X Series Screen Sizes, Pixel Counts

Apple Accused of Making False Claims About iPhone X Series Screen Sizes, Pixel Counts

A lawsuit filed in a US court has accused Apple of making false claims about the screen sizes and pixel counts of the displays in its iPhone X ₹ 74,999 series, CNET reported. The suit filed on Friday in the...
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Ford’s Ranger rides again. But will it win in a crowded truck market?

Ford’s Ranger rides again. But will it win in a crowded truck market?

    Ford 2019 Ford Ranger Just weeks before Ford rolls out its new Ranger pickup, the automaker finds itself in a strange position: playing catch up on trucks. After eight years of ignoring the midsize truck market while Toyota...
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IndiGo clarifies: Web check-in is free, but seat selection chargeable

IndiGo clarifies: Web check-in is free, but seat selection chargeable

Low-cost airline IndiGo has said that it will not charge passengers any extra amount for web check-in, but flyers would have to pay anywhere between Rs 100 and Rs 800 for selecting seats online. “This is to further clarify that IndiGo...
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