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Indian police ‘take into custody’ two ‘pro-Pakistan’ apples

NEW DELHI: After seizing pigeons, balloons in the recent past and tagging them as espionage stuff from a neighbouring country, the Indian police now claimed to have ‘arrested’ two apples inscribed with pro Pakistan slogans. According to Indian media reports, the apples were believed to have been supplied from Pakistan’s side of Kashmir. The report quotes a man named Naresh Kumar of India Hindu Welfare Committee who bought four apples, out of which slogans were written on the two apples. Kumar immediately reported the…

iPhone X sales: Apple nears trillion-dollar in market cap

SAN FRANCISCO: AppleInc Chief Executive Tim Cook quashed concerns recently about muted demand for the iPhone X, saying pre-orders for the 10th anniversary smartphone were "off the charts," but it might be the company's market capitalization that needs a bigger graph. Positive reviews for the new device and expectations that many users are on the verge of upgrading from older iPhones have sent Apple's stock to record highs, pushing it closer to becoming the first publicly listed company with a stock market value above $1…