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Chamunda Mataji Temple – Chotila

Chotila is a small town having population of around 20,000 people and is a taluka head quarter of Surendranagar district, Gujarat. The Mataji temple is situated at the top of the Chotila Mountain. Chotila Mountain is around 1250 feet high and is located around 40 miles away from Rajkot, and ... Read More »

FIR against Haryana flyer for travelling despite being positive

Udaipur : Probably in a first in Rajasthan, Udaipur district administration has filed an FIR against a Haryana resident for violating the corona protocol and travelling despite being tested positive for COVID. The incharge deployed at Dabok airport to ensure the adherence of pandemic protocol has given a written complaint at the Dabok police ... Read More »

Petrol price cut by 18 paise, diesel by 17 paise

New Delhi: Petrol price was cut to Rs 90.99 a litre in Delhi from Rs 91.17 per litre, according to a price notification of state-owned fuel retailers. Diesel now comes for Rs 81.30 a litre in the national capital, down from Rs 81.47 previously. Rates have been reduced across the ... Read More »

Samsung Introduces Curd Maestro™ to IoT Enabled Family Hub™, SpaceMax™ Refrigerators; Brings 845L Side-by-Side with Home Bar

  Samsung, India’s most trusted consumer electronics and No.1 refrigerator brand, today expanded its proprietary Curd Maestro technology to its large capacity refrigerators, including the IoT-enabled Family Hub, SpaceMax Side-by-Side refrigerators, building on strong demand for the Curd Maestro range of refrigerators that were launched last year.   Curd Maestro, ... Read More »

Galaxy Buds Pro Effective for People with Hearing Loss, Study Reveals

Samsung Electronics today revealed the findings of a new study published in Clinical and Experimental Otorhinolaryngology, a renowned scientific journal dedicated to ear, nose, and throat (ENT) research. The study indicated that Galaxy Buds Pro’s Ambient Sound feature is effective in helping those with mild to moderate hearing loss to better ... Read More »