MITV 4A PRO REVIEW
MiTV 4A Pro review: Best option for large screen at Rs 29,999
This TV has the same hardware inside as the more expensive 55-inch TV.
Redmi 7A review: Great smartphone experience for feature phone users
The new Snapdragon 439 octa core processor is capable enough for all bas...
Xiaomi Mi TV 4 Pro Series: First Impressions
Xiaomi has introduced its 'Pro' range of smart TVs in India. Mi LED TV 4A Pro (49-inch) and Mi L...
Mi LED TV 4X Pro review: Great panel quality, excellent viewing angles & fast response time
With HDR 10-bit compatibility, supported content will give a totally new experience.
Eros Now and Xiaomi Mi TV enter into distribution partnership
This distribution deal between Eros Now and Xiaomi will further enhance Eros Now's distribution to the larger screen in India and across Asia.
Most important thing for a smart TV is that its software should be upgradeable: Xiaomi Co-Founder Wang Chuan
The Chinese Smartphone giant launched Its fourth generation smart TV-- the MiTV, which was first showcased at CES in 2017-- alongside the Redmi Note 5 and Note 5 Pro.
Chuan Wang, co-founder of Xiaomi, says MiTV was made to give consumers a smart yet affordable TV
Wang, also global head of Xiaomi's MiTV division feels the most important thing for a smart TV is for the software to be upgradeable.
Redmi Note 5 Pro review: Setting new standards for performance and camera quality
The RN5 is a worthy upgrade that is sure to keep the momentum from the RN4 going.
Coolpad Note 5 Lite review: Scores on design, but performance leaves you wanting for more
Trying to keep up with the selfie craze, the Note 5 Lite features an 8MP front camera.
Will tackle NPAs in a way that there's no lack of credit: Urjit Patel
"Infra, steel, textile, power and telecom, all these sectors are internally important and dealing with the stressed assets system will require creativity."
Amartya Sen vs Bhagwati: Who is right in the debate on Gujarat-Kerala growth models?
The 79-year-old’s detractors led by Jagdish Bhagwati question his intellectual honesty and the quality of his works. ET probes the relevance of Sen.
Monetary and banking developments
The stance of monetary policy as announced by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its annual policy statement for 2004-05 was (i) to ensure the provision of adequate liquidity (ii) consistent with the above, while continuing with the status quo, to pursue an interest rate environment that is conducive to maintaining the momentum of growth and macroeconomic and price stability.
Quality infrastructure, covering the services of transportation, electricity transmission and distribution; communications (telecommunication and post); water supply and sanitation, and solid waste management, is one of the most important necessities for unleashing high and sustained growth and alleviating poverty, particularly in the backward States.
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