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Greek debt deal possible this week: Eurogroup president

Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem has said the new proposals from the Greek government which came in early on Monday were "a positive step" in the process and that it was possible to reach a deal within the week.

Hyundai’s Elite i20 reaches 100,000 sales mark

Automobile manufacturer Hyundai Motor India on Monday announced that its premium hatchback "Elite i20" reached a cumulative sales mark of 100,000 units in India.

Hyundai’s Elite i20 reaches 100,000 sales mark

Automobile manufacturer Hyundai Motor India on Monday announced that its premium hatchback u0022Elite i20u0022 reached a cumulative sales mark of 100,000 units in India.

Vishal Sikka hails co-founders for coding an iconic Infosys

Seven co-founders of Infosys Ltd, led by N.R. Narayana Murthy, were hailed for their singular contribution in coding an iconic IT behemoth by its first non-founder chief executive Vishal Sikka.

Infosys Vishal Sikka

Investors positive about NDA government: USIBC

"The past year has seen a positive affirmation for Prime Minister Modi's 'minimum government, maximum governance' agenda from investors across the board," USIBC president Mukesh Aghi said.

Narenddra Modi

Greece hopes to strike deal at Monday’s eurozone summit

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he was satisfied that negotiations with creditors have been left to eurozone heads of state and government.

Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras

Excessive judicial interference not good for investors: Arun Jaitley

"Excessive interference" by the judiciary in commercial arbitration is not good for the investor because it adds costs to Indian companies and the cabinet is considering changes in law to deal with that, Finance Minister Arun

arun jaitley

European Council announces emergency summit over Greece

The Eurogroup chief urged the Greek government to seize the "last opportunity", adding that it is still possible to find an agreement before the end of the month.

European Council President Donald Tusk

Reliance Industries scrip up 11.6 per cent since shareholder meet

According to analysts, apart from launching its 4G services, the fact that Reliance Industries will cover 80 percent of India’s population by year-end and 100 percent within three years is a major confidence booster.

reliance industries

With Israeli help, agriculture to be Goa’s next Make in India story

After defence, Goa's next Make in India footprint could be in the agriculture sector even as industry captains and politicians in the state look to learn lessons from Israel's agriculture success story.

Plastic in agriculture

Cabinet approves ‘Housing For All by 2022’ scheme

The union cabinet approved the 'Housing for All by 2022' programme for slum rehabilitation in urban areas.

urban rehabilitation

Haven’t received Maggi test results from FSSAI, says Nestle

The company has halted the production of Maggi noodles in India since June 5, when the product was decided to be recalled from the market.

Nestle India

Micromax to invest Rs 400-Rs 500 crore in Hyderabad plant

Mobile phone manufacturer Micromax will set up its manufacturing plant in Hyderabad with an investment of Rs 400 crore to Rs 500 crore, a Telangana government official said.

Micromax mobiles

What made Twitter look beyond 140 characters?

With growing popularity of direct messaging platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook, experts feel Twitter's decision was to keep its customers happy and the site competitive.


Dell launches world’s thinnest Android tablet in India

Dell on Wednesday launched what it calls the "world's thinnest" tablet and expanded its India range of products.

Dell Venue 8 from the 7000 series
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