Making new strides in tech: LG launches world's first rollable TV at Rs 64 lakh
LG's rollable TV was first unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the United States last year.
Automobile, consumer companies go all out to ramp up production ahead of festival season
While demand is picking up, the spread of the Covid-19 is causing uncertainties over component supplies and availability of workers. The companies are trying to ensure that they do not run short of stock during the festive season, the most crucial two-three months for them in recent years as that will decide how they end a year destroyed by the pandemic.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal proposes global makeover for Delhi's weekly markets
During an interaction with representatives of weekly market associations, he said an atmosphere has been created in the country that there are problems with the weekly markets and street vendors, but his government will encourage them as other countries do.
Rs, 1,350-Cr economic package announced to boost tourism, other sectors in J&K
As a part of the package, the government has waived 50 per cent of the electricity and water bill amounts for a year across Jammu and Kashmir with an aim to bring a huge relief to farmers, families and businesses. Center is also considering an "unprecedented and historic package" for assistance to business entities, which will cover both the existing and new enterprises.
No Covid woes for the art world: Over 54 works, priced around Rs 1 cr each, sold since April
The CEO of Artery India feels that the art world has managed to recover from the lockdown.
TV makers urge Govt to extend zero duty on import of open cells beyond Sept 2020
An industry body representing the likes of Panasonic, LG have written to the finance ministry warning about the flourishing of grey market if open cells (with bonding) and pure cells (without bonding) are taxed differently as both components have the same HS code and cannot be visually differentiated.
LG Electronics sets up company-owned e-store in India, hopes to boost appliance sales
The company-owned e-store will focus on the premium-end products with an assortment of 150 models right now, but will eventually sell 60-70% of its entire portfolio.
Covid-19 impact: It’s the best of times and the worst of times this Diwali
“We have already reduced our orders by 40%,” said Siddharath Bindra, MD of Biba Apparels that operates more than 200 enthnic wear stores. He said like Biba, a lot of retailers are slashing orders for August to January months. “Obviously there is no business. The lockdowns and shutdowns have left us with a lot of unsold inventory."
Andhra police arrest LG Polymers’ top executives in styrene gas leakage accident
The styrene gas leakage at the South Korean firm’s unit on early hours of May 7 killed 15 persons and affected over thousand people in the colonies and villages in around 2 kilometre range.
Delhi LG visits site of proposed 10,000-bed makeshift hospital
Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal visited the site along with a team of officials, including South Delhi District Magistrate B M Mishra, and took stock of the available facilities, an official said.
Fire breaks out at pharma company in JN Pharma City at Parawada in Visakhapatnam
The fire broke out on Monday late night. No casualties or injuries have been reported as yet. Ten fire tenders (7 state government and 3 local companies) were rushed to the incident site to douse the flames, according to officials.
LG Electronics unveils LED signage with advance non-contact connectors
LG Electronics (LG) is introducing its LG LED Signage (model LSAA), claimed to be its most-advanced digital signage yet, in India. According to the company, the LSAA offers better image quality and easier installation than its popular predecessors.
Another gas leakage at Vizag factory kills two, critically injures four
Uday Kumar, Inspector, Parwada Police Station said that the situation is under control now. "Two people dead and four are admitted at hospitals. The situation is under control now. The two persons who died were workers and were present at the leakage site. Gas has not spread anywhere else," said Uday Kumar.
Ex-gratia of Rs 1 crore to family of LNJP doctor who died fighting Covid-19: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
The 52-year-old doctor served in the front line of the war against the pandemic at the government facility, and died of novel coronavirus infection in an ICU of a private hospital on Sunday.
LG chairman apologises over gas leak, fire
LG Chem, the group's key subsidiary and South Korea's largest chemical company, is reeling from the deadly gas leak at its LG Polymers India subsidiary, which left 12 residents dead and saw more than 1,000 hospitalised.