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Now OnePlus Banned in India On Micromax Plea: Delhi High Court

‘Tis the season to ban a company, or at least that’s what it feels like in India right now. Following Xiaomi’s ban (now temporarily lifted) after complaints by Ericsson, it’s now OnePlus’ turn to face the heat. 471 more words


Xiaomi gets Relief From Delhi High Court, Can Sell Qualcomm Smartphones Till 8th January

Last week, Xiaomi was forced to suspend its operations in India, post a Delhi High Court order patent infringement case involving Ericsson. however, the Court has given some leeway to the Chinese company and has permitted it to import and sell smartphones in India till January 8, PTI comes as a reprieve for the company, there is a bit of a catch. 221 more words


OnePlus celebrates 1-year anniversary w/ invitation-free sales, a $15 battery pack … and being banned in India

OnePlus is celebrating it’s first anniversary by making its OnePlus One ‘flagship killer’ smartphone available without the invitation you’ve so far needed to order one. Both the white 16GB and black 64GB models are available. 185 more words


Xiaomi VP Hugo Barra writes an Open Apology Letter to their Indian fans

After the recent order passed by the Delhi High Court, banning sales and/or import of Xiaomi devices it found to be infringing on Ericsson’s patents. 270 more words


‘China’s Apple’ Xiaomi’s expansion is under threat

A court has forced Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi to stop selling its phones in India, denting the company’s aggressive expansion plans, after Ericsson claimed the upstart company infringed its patents. 12 more words

Xiaomi just suspended all sales in its second-biggest market

Xiaomi has been forced to cease all sales of its devices in India—its biggest market after mainland China—after the Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson accused the Chinese smartphone company of infringing on its patents. 348 more words

Delhi HC reserves order on plea for free books for poor kids

A division bench of Justice BD Ahmed and Justice Siddharth Mridul reserved the order after hearing arguments from all the parties.

NGO Social Jurist, which filed the plea, the Delhi government’s education department and the public schools’ association concluded their arguments Thursday after which the bench reserved the order. 53 more words