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Samsung brings world’s first ‘Wind-Free’ AC to India

The AC packs in the world's first "8 Pole series" and anti-corrosion "Durafin" condenser especially designed for India's harsh climatic conditions, said the company

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The world's first 'Wind-Free' AC from Samsung addresses both of these issues together, providing unparalleled cooling comfort while guaranteeing optimum energy efficiency. Pixabay
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Samsung India on Thursday announced to bring the world’s first “Wind-Free” air conditioner to the country, starting from Rs 50,950.

The AC provides an ideal condition to room temperature with the help of 21,000 micro air holes, without the discomfort of direct airflow and also reduces energy consumption by up to 72 percent, the company said in a statement.

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The AC provides an ideal condition to room temperature with the help of 21,000 micro air holes. Pixabay

“In the air conditioning segment, direct cold air dispersion and sky-rocketing electricity bills are two problems. The world’s first ‘Wind-Free’ AC from Samsung addresses both of these issues together, providing unparalleled cooling comfort while guaranteeing optimum energy efficiency,” said Alok Pathak, Vice President, Consumer Electronics Business, Samsung India.

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A two-step cooling system first lowers temperatures in ‘Fast Cooling Mode’ and then automatically switches to ‘Wind-Free Cooling Mode’, creating ‘still air’ once the desired temperature is achieved.

The AC packs in the world’s first “8 Pole series” and anti-corrosion “Durafin” condenser especially designed for India’s harsh climatic conditions, said the company. (IANS)

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Now, get a refund of upto 50% on cancellation of Tatkal tickets

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NEW DELHI: Timings for the booking of Tatkal tickets have been changed by the Indian Railways. Now customers can get a refund of upto 50% on cancellation of their tickets.

Now, the Tatkal booking for AC classes will begin at 10 AM and close at 11 AM, whereas, for the non-AC classes, the Tatkal bookings will commence at 11AM and close at noon.

Railways is also set to launch its ‘Tatkal Special’ train service soon, travelling on which will be cheaper.

Indian Railways will also make special trains on tatkal fares operational for certain busy routes.

In addition to Premium trains — tickets for which are priced as per a dynamic fare structure, the Tatkal Special trains will be an additional help to cater to the rush of passengers.

The advance reservation period for Tatkal Special trains has also been relaxed by the railways. The latest advance reservation period is of a minimum 10 days and a maximum of 60 days.