Power Pod
Never Be Stuck with a Dead Phone Battery

Are you ever outside with your phone and realize you have no battery left? Imagine needing to call for help and not having the power you need! With Power?Pod, this never has to happen?

Get 33% Off
Power Pod


Power Pod is a small and lightweight device that fits on your keychain and you can take anywhere, yet is strong enough to deliver instant power to your mobile phone that will last for?

With Power Pod, you never have to worry about your battery running low or being stuck not able to make a call in an emergency! The perfect size to stick on to backpacks so the kids can call for a ride after school or?

Power Pod
Always Have Charge When You Need It

Power Pod sells fast, and with the 33% off sale, we don’t expect inventory to last. Get yours now while they are still?

Get 33% Off
Top Rated


et me tell you a story about my father and my mother. I was 15 years old when my father died. My family moved to a new city. My father was just 18 years old. When I met my sister, his father passed away. My sister's husband was killed. My brother died in a shootout with cops. My daughter was a junior at my school. My younger sister was an assassin. My niece was a student at my college. My father was the only one to take care of me. It was only a matter of time before my brothers and sister would come home to the same day. My family was still working toward the retirement of my father. My father was a great man and a great man. My father had a good heart. Let that peace of mind come into your life. Let that peace of mind begin to come into your heart. There was much to grow with my mother. My mother brought me to school many times and even taught me some words of wisdom I learned. My mother was a strong woman who led me to love and help othe rs and help myselajor English dailies published in Chennai are The Hindu, The New Indian Express, The Deccan Chronicle and The Times of India and many more. The evening dailies are, The Trinity Mirror and The News Today. As of 2004, The Hindu was the city's most read English newspaper, with a daily circulation of 267,349. The major business dailies published from the city are The Economic Times, The Hindu Business Line, Business Standard, Mint and The Financial Express. The major Tamil dailies include the Dina Thanthi, Dinakaran, Dina Mani, Dina Malar, The Hindu Tamil, Tamil Murasu, Makkal Kural and Malai Malar. Malayala Manorama and Mathrubhumi are the major Malayalam dailies while major Telugu dailies include Eenadu, Vaartha, Andhra Jyothi and Sakshi. The one and only Hindi Newspaper published from Chennai is the Rajasthan Patrika. The Local weekly Newspapers circulated to residents are T. Nagar Times, Pillar Times, Arcot Road Talk, Chrompet Times. Chennai's First Corporat e Leisure Newspaper, The Shopping Express. Magazines published from Chennai include Ananda Vikatan, Kumudam, Kalki, Kungumam, Puthiya Thalaimurai, Thuglak, Frontline and Sportstar Doordarshan runs two terrestrial television channels and two satellite television channels from its Chennai centre, which was set up in 1974. Private Tamil satellite television networks such as Sun TV, Raj TV, Zee Tamizh, Star Vijay, Jaya TV, Makkal TV, Vasanth TV, Kalaignar TV, Captain TV and PuthiyaThalaimurai TV broadcast out of Chennai. The Sun Network one of India's largest broadcasting companies is based in the city. While the cable TV service is entirely controlled by the state government, direct–to–home (DTH) is available via DD Direct Plus, Dish TV, Tata Sky, Videocon DTH, Sun direct DTH, Reliance Big TV and Digital TV. Chennai is the first city in India to have implemented the Conditional Access System for cable television. Radio broadcasting began in 1924 by the Madras Presidency Radio Club. The radio station at the Rippon Buildings complex was founded in 1930 and was then shifted to All India Radio in 1938. The city has four AM and 11 FM radio stations operated by All India Radio, Anna University and Suryan FM, Radio Mirchi, BIG FM, Hello FM, Radio City, Radio One among othe