The continued success of all these products has helped us become an integral

Customers will have to pre-registration before availing the offer. Mi India has received an incredible amount of love and support for all of our products starting with Mi 3 to the recently-launched Redmi Note 3, Mi 5 and Mi Max. Additionally, Mi Capsule Earphones and the Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro (Gold) will also be on sale in India.In order to celebrate their birthday and help fans and consumers get the best of their products, Xiaomi India has on offer a host of devices that start from a mere Rs 1.As for the biggest offer yet, there will be a Rs 1 flash sale at 2 pm every day, for three days. Mi India will also give out coupons, a total worth Rs 1 crore.Mi India is marking the occasion with various online and app based offers, deals and discounts.15-inch full HD LCD display with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

July 21st will hold a sale for 10 x Redmi Note 3 smartphones and 100 x Mi Band 1A.To make the deals sweeter, Xiaomi will hold app-only-based deals and discounts.The Xiaomi Mi 5 will take a cut of Rs 2,000 and will be available at a price of Rs 22,999. And for the cherry on the top, one lucky user who purchases a product via the Mi Store app will stand to win a bumper prize—a Mi TV!The three day sale starts from July 20 and will end on July 22, 2016.Xiaomi, the Chinese tech giant entered India exactly two years ago, bringing in the Mi 3 which was the hottest selling product till date.Apart from the flagship Mi 5, the older Mi 4 will also receive a price cut. The M i5 sports a 5.Apart from the Mi 5 and Mi 4 offers, fans can also avail Rs 500 off on the Mi Bluetooth Speaker, which will now be available at Rs 1,999.

On July 20th, there will be 10 x Mi 5 smartphones and 100 x 20000mAh Mi Power Banks on sale. This flash sale would enable customers to purchase the following products for Rs 1 on a first come first serve basis. Lastly, Mi Max with a phone case will get Rs 50 off. “We are truly excited to be celebrating the second birthday of Mi India. As we continue our India journey, we promise to introduce even more high-quality, disruptive products in the market to bring innovation to everyone,” said Manu Jain, India Head, Xiaomi.On the occasion of the anniversary, Xiaomi will also list a new power bank with 10,000mAH rated batteries.It does not end here.Mi India is marking the occasion with various online and app based bundle deals, discounts and offers across a variety of smartphones and accessories. The Mi 4 can be purchased exclusively on Flipkart and Mi.

Adding to that, Xiaomi will be also giving away one Mi TV to a lucky customer. Mi India has now turned 2 in and they are celebrating its second birthday with a series of special offers from 20 – 22 July. The 4G VoLTE-enabled device also sports a 16MP rear camera equipped with a 4-axis OIS and a dual tone flash. Mi USB Cable and a Mi USB maintenance free motorcycle battery Fan will be free with a Mi 4i smartphone. We want to thank everyone who has been a part of this journey. A Mi LED Light Enhanced or Mi USB Fan will be given free with the purchase of a 20000mAh Mi Power Bank.

We could not have asked for more. Here, consumers will get a pair of Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro Gold for free with the Mi 5 Gold variant. Head to Mi for more information on how avail of these offers, discounts and more. The continued success of all these products has helped us become an integral part of fabric of India. The Mi 4 will be available for Rs 10,999, down from its original price of Rs 14,999. Redmi Note 3 with a phone case will get Rs 100 off. July 22 will also have a flash sale where 10 x Mi Max smartphones and 100 x Mi Bluetooth Speakers will be available.

The coronavirus outbreak is also behind a rise in anti-social behaviour

" Police around the world seized 34,000 counterfeit surgical masks in one major operation targeting so-called "corona criminals" earlier this month, Europol said in a report Friday.Online fraud was exploding across Europe, several agencies and police forces said.In Germany too, "cybercriminals are exploiting peoples current concerns about COVID-19 to send phishing emails with malicious content or use this fear with fraudulent intent", police said.Instead they are preying on peoples fears of the COVID-19 pandemic to sell them substandard protective goods or trick people out of their cash online, warned Europes police agency Europol."Criminals are just interested in one question: how can I make more money?," Europol director Catherine De Bolle told AFP in an interview.

Britains National Crime Agency said criminals "target people who seek to buy medical supplies on the internet, sending emails offering fake medical support and defrauding people who may be vulnerable or increasingly isolated at home".Police in Britain and Austria have recently arrested people for coughing or spitting on people while claiming to be infected.In many European countries, police have reported a dramatic drop in common criminal behaviour.The Hague: From trafficking dodgy surgical masks to peddling counterfeit medicines and running internet scams, criminals are finding ways to profit from the coronavirus crisis, European police warn.Fears were growing in Italy, the country worst hit by the virus, that small businesses short of money due to the crisis will turn to the mafia to save them."

This is why they are now abusing the pandemic to change their way of working.With billions of people under lockdown in their homes and borders shut, police chiefs say criminals are finding it hard to make money out of "traditional" activities like burglary and drug smuggling..The World Health Organization, at the forefront of the fight against the pandemic, has warned of a sharp increase in email phishing and scams using its name to try to steal money and sensitive information.Police have also warned people to be on the lookout for burglars wearing protective masks who claim to be carrying out coronavirus tests in order to steal from homes, particularly those of the elderly.

In Denmark, the government has promised high sentences for people who steal hydro-alcoholic gel and burglars posing as health workers or paramedics.Spanish police said there had been a roughly 50 percent drop in criminal offences compared to a year earlier since the country was put on a near total lockdown on March 14.Sales of street drugs have also dropped sharply in many countries since the outbreak as authorities shut borders and restrict the movement of people.With families confined to their homes, there are also fears of a surge in domestic violence."There is no doubt that confinement makes crime more difficult," said the deputy director of Spains Guardia Civil police force, Laurentino Cena.The pandemic "could bring out the worst in humanity", Britains National Police Chiefs Council warned, citing the theft of wholesale motorcycle batteries oxygen cylinders at a Manchester hospital.

The coronavirus outbreak is also behind a rise in anti-social behaviour.Sweden too said it had seen burglaries drop since people were asked to work at home.There was also a rising threat of sexual predators who prey on young people who are spending more time in front of screens at home, officials warned.Some French police stations have seen a more than 30 percent increase in such reports since the countrys lockdown began on March 17, according to Interior Minister Christophe Castaner.Austrias Interior Minister Karl Nehammer said this week that "we see a decrease in breaks-ins, burglaries, but at the same time cybercrime is on the rise".

Weve had tips of webpages where perpetrators are discussing how the situation we are in now can be exploited," Anna Karin Hildingson Boqvist, head of the child rights group ECPAT in Sweden, told AFP."Fraudsters have been very quick to adapt well-known fraud schemes to capitalise on the anxieties and fears of victims throughout the crisis," the report added.But the flip side of the coin is a rise in other forms of crime trying to profit on the back of the disease

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