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Major News and Events of 17 January 2017

What Happened on 17 January 2017


Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro Launched in Bhubaneswar

Samsung India has launched its new smartphone ‘Galaxy C9 Pro’ in Bhubaneswar on Tuesday. The price of the smartphone is Rs 36,900. Customers will be able to pre-book the phone from selected stores and online platforms from 27 January onwards. Customers can find the phone at offline retail stores by February.

On pre-booking, customers will be able to get one-time screen replacement for a period of 12 months. The phone is going to be available in two colours, black and gold.

The other cities where this smartphone will be available are Jaipur, Chandigarh and Pune.

UP Elections: Akhilesh says Ties with his Father is Unbreakable

After bagging the ‘bicycle’ symbol, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said that he will be taking his father along and also mentioned that ties with his father is unbreakable. He further said that presently his focus is to form the Samajwadi Party government again in the state and he will be including everyone along with him.

The symbol 'bicycle' was given to faction headed by Akhilesh Yadav by Election Commission on Monday.




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