If competition to make false promises is held, Kejriwal will win first prize: Shah
"If there is a competition in the country of making false promises, Kejriwal would definitely get the first prize. I have come to remind you that you forgot the promises you made, but neither the people of Delhi nor BJP workers have forgotten," Shah said. The Union minister was addressing a public meeting in West Delhi's Matiala constituency ahead of the assembly polls here on February 8.
CAIT seeks probe into business models of 16 online platforms, e-commerce firms
In a letter to Commerce minister Piyush Goyal dated January 24...
Indian tech industry facing biggest-ever HR challenge, needs to recruit, skill 2 mn professionals: Report
The increasing competition has not ...
TRAI extends deadline for comments on tariff offers paper
This is the second extension sought by the stakeholders for commenting on the paper which was originally supposed to close on 26 December 2019.
Smartphone growth slows to 7% in 2019: Counterpoint
“Due to availability of better performance devices, the smartphone market in India has matured, with people holding on to their devices for longer periods. This is the primary reason for slow growth,” said Karan Chauhan, analyst at Counterpoint Market Research.
Samsung AirDresser: A smart closet that dry-clean clothes, removes odour & wrinkles
However, convenience comes at a steep price.
Why govt should opt for public-private partnership to uplift telecom sector
There are only three big players left in the field, so Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea need to be able to compete with each other and with the more recent entrant, Reliance Jio. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) is designed more to help consumers than to play a groundsman who smoothens the turf. It is for the government to think smartly.
Budget 2020: Biocon boss wants a 'globally competitive' India; Uday Kotak, Harsh Mariwala remain optimistic
India Inc bosses want India to attract global investors.
Slow economy provided relief to domestic coal production, keeping market in balance in 2019: WoodMac
India continues to invest in renewable sources of power with a focus on affordability, security and environment. Despite the ‘must run’ status of renewable power, wind and solar projects still faced large-scale grid curtailment in 2019, owing to the ongoing financial distress of state distribution companies, asserted solar analyst Rishab Shrestha.
Samsung moves India's managing director Hong to Latin America region
The change in Indian operation comes on the heels of Samsung rejigging its global top management team earlier this month which included change of the global mobile business chief and 162 executives who earned promotion in an annual reshuffle exercise.
Extinction Watch: Top predators Gharials may vanish in near future
Damned if It Does! Dams, barrages, and water abstraction have altered the quantity and quality of water available to downstream river sections destroying its habitat. At present the population is approximately 800 gharials after conservation efforts begun in 2007.
Bajaj Auto formalises its partnership with Triumph Motorcycles, to introduce sub-Rs 2 lakh mid-size bikes by 2022
The models from the partnership will be available only under the Triumph brand and not Bajaj Auto. The duo will come out with a range of bikes under a new engine platform (200 cc to 750 cc engines). The new bikes will be produced at Bajaj Auto's factory in Chakan, Pune and it will shipped to all major markets around the world. With this partnership, Bajaj Auto is eventually take charge of Triumphs distribution in India as well.
Decorpot records remarkable growth in FY 2019 with CAGR of 100 per cent
Decorpot, a leading home interior design firm in Bengaluru, today announced its impressive YoY growth with a CAGR of 100 per cent.
Facebook gears up for marketing push in India
The plan, sources told ET, is to enhance user engagement across the suite of apps – Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp. The move comes at a time when Chinese video-sharing networking service TikTok is adding users in India. The Menlo Park-based social network, owned by tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, has hired Avinash Pant to head the marketing function.
HDFC Life slips 2% post Q3 results; should you invest?
During the April-December period, HDFC Life’s net profit increased 8 per cent to Rs 984 crore from Rs 913 crore.
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