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England Authorities Now Keeping Strict Check On Social Networks

England Authorities Now Keeping Strict Check On Social Networks

London riots are the main story nowadays around the world. Facebook and other social sites are being held responsible for some of these riots. So, British Prime Minister, David Cameron has appealed to these sites to take responsibilities of the problems created by people using their social websites. Facebook in reply, have explained that they […]

August 13, 2011 | By | Reply More
Blackberry Messenger Service Amplified London Riots!

Blackberry Messenger Service Amplified London Riots!

If you’re down for making money, we’re about to go hard in east london tonight, yes tonight!! I don’t care what ends you’re from, we’re personally inviting you to come and get it in. Police have taken the piss for too long and to be honest I don’t know why its taken so long for […]

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Competition launched on Twitter for Olympics 2012

Competition launched on Twitter for Olympics 2012

The website for the London Olympics and Paralympics that are going to be held in 2012 just got little more turbulent. It has now planned an interactive competition to find out which country has the biggest online fan support. The contest lines the top 20 countries based on the number of tweets, You Tube videos […]

July 27, 2011 | By | 1 Reply More

Sony Ericsson New President Nordberg

Sony Ericsson has named Bert Nordberg, currently executive vice president of the Ericsson Group and head of Ericsson Silicon Valley, as co-president, effective 1 September. Nordberg will work closely with Sony Ericsson president Hideki (Dick) Komiyama and the entire senior management team to effect a smooth management transition. Nordberg, who will be based at Sony Ericsson’s global headquarters in London, will assume the role of president at Sony Ericsson on 15 October, and Komiyama will retire from the company at the end of the year.

August 17, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More
LDI licence issuance to China Mobile: Etisalat threatens to approach arbitration court

LDI licence issuance to China Mobile: Etisalat threatens to approach arbitration court

ISLAMABAD (August 05 2009): Etisalat International, buyer of the management control through purchase of 26 percent shares in Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), has threatened to approach arbitration court in London if the GoP resorted to issuing Long Distance International (LDI) licence to China Mobile, official sources told Business Recorder.
“Etisalat is contesting the anticipated award of LDI licence to China Mobile as a breach of the Shares Purchase Agreement (SPA) and guarantees given to it,” sources said. Etisalat has already withheld payment of last tranche of about $780 million because according to it the GoP failed to transfer properties in the Punjab and Sindh in favour of PTCL.

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