Sachin Tendulkar wants to see Americans using cellphones made in India

Sachin Tendulkar said on Thursday that he wishes to see Americans using mobile phones made in India. He was speaking at the introducing function of a mobile phone made by Smartron, an Indian company, reported He likewise provided aid to domestic companies that are going to utilize the chances worldwide.

The 2nd inning is a partnership with business owners. That suggests much more to me because if you read what is composed behind the product (Smartron) it says created and engineered in India, Tendulkar said. Master blaster himself has actually bought Smartron and he is the brand ambassador of the company.

An Indian company looking to go international is a matter of pride for all of us. It would be a dream (come real) to see Americans carrying this phone and stating this product is made by Indians. For more details about these products visit our site



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Argos delivery driver Ryan Briggs stole 16 mobile phones to money gambling addiction

AN ARGOS delivery driver took 16 cellphones from the company to money his gambling addiction, a court heard.

Ryan Briggs, 24, had been employed by Argos for a just couple of months when he chose to steal the smart phones, valued at 6,275. Hull Magistrates' Court heard how Briggs, of Moorhouse Road, west Hull, took the cellphones between October 19, in 2014, and February 16 this year. Andrew Stirling, prosecuting, said: "The company had actually realized that smart phones were going missing out on.

"Enquiries were performed and it was developed that Mr. Briggs had actually been involved in taking the cellphones, which he had offered over the internet.


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Minnesota Professors Object to Mobile Phone Guideline

Professors unions in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System are objecting to a brand-new system guideline that says officials may check the personal mobile phones or other gadgets of teachers, if the teachers often use these gadgets for work, The Star Tribune reported. They likewise keep in mind that many faculty members routinely use their phones for some main business, even if most of their use is private.


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