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Not happy with the Indian railways? Now you can register a complaint via app

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Passengers can now lodge complaints or make suggestions to the Indian railways on the go, through an app. The app for android/windows platform can also track the status of the complaints and is available to download for free. Complaint Management System (COMS) portal, www.coms.indianrailways.gov.in., hosts both mobile app and web based complaints and suggestions. Upon registering a complaint, the complainant will receive a unique ID number, which can be used to trace progress. Those who don’t use a smartphone, can register their complaints through SMS on +91-9717630982. The complaint portal is available in Hindi and other regional languages.

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Google Will Charge For Pre-Installed Applications On Handsets Sold In Europe

The company will also let phone makers install rival versions of Android, the most widely used mobile operating system.

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Google says it will start charging smartphone makers to pre-install apps like Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps on Android handsets sold in Europe, in response to a record $5 billion EU antitrust fine.

The U.S. tech company’s announcement Tuesday is a change from its previous business model, in which it let phone makers install its suite of popular mobile apps for free on phones running its Android operating system.

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It’s among measures the company is taking to comply with the July ruling by EU authorities that found Google allegedly abused the dominance of Android to stifle competitors, even as it appeals the decision.

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The company will also let phone makers install rival versions of Android, the most widely used mobile operating system. (VOA)

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