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R Jai Krishna

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Walmart India plans 50 more outlets by 2020

Wal-Mart Stores Inc, which runs cash-and-carry stores in the country through its arm, Walmart India, plans to deepen its presence by opening more stores in the existing states where it currently operates.

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Following New York based IEEE-SA policy will undermine Make in India and Digital India

The IEEE-Standards Association is a unit within New York-based Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a professional organisation that develops technologies from computers to consumer electronics.

Huawei aims to triple smartphone shipments into India this year

Chinese telecom equipment firm Huawei is targeting to almost triple its smartphone shipments to India to 3 million units during the current year through December, as it aims to deepen its presence in the world’s second-bigg

Huawei aims to triple smartphone shipments into India this year

Apple SE Priced at Rs 39,000 for 16GB Version

Apple Inc's new iPhone SE smartphone will be available in India from early April for a price of Rs39,000 for a basic 16GB version, the company said early Tuesday.

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‘Driverless cars won’t arrive for another ten years’

The world's most valued start-up Uber Technologies is not just an on-demand taxi hailing app, but is aiming to make people their own boss, and help them to do what they want through a single click.

‘Driverless cars won’t arrive for another ten years’

‘Review of FRAND terms will be detrimental’

Even as global and domestic companies are fighting out in courts on the issue of licensing of intellectual property and royalty payments, the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Assocham) has sought Prime Minister N

‘Review of FRAND terms will be detrimental’

Ease rules for doing biz further to cash in on China slowdown: Kaushik Basu

The World Bank’s chief economist Kaushik Basu has asked the government to ease the rules for doing business further and take advantage of China's slowdown to bolster India's manufacturing industry.

Ease rules for doing biz further to cash in on China slowdown: Kaushik Basu

Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus become more affordable

Apple Inc's latest smartphone iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 plus may become more affordable for consumers to buy with the company's distributors offering two promotional packages.

Local content requirements, financing challenges for smart cities project: US

The government’s move to impose local content requirements for procuring products and services, and financing are the two biggest challenges for India’s ambitious plan to build 100 smart cities, Bruce H Andrews, US deputy

Local content requirements, financing challenges for smart cities project: US

NxtGen targets 5,000 virtual conferencing rooms in India

IT infrastructure services company NxtGen Datacenter & Cloud Technologies is targeting to sign in at least 5,000 virtual conferencing rooms for its pay-as-you-use video conferencing service VCEverywhere, as it aims to make vi

NxtGen targets 5,000 virtual conferencing rooms in India

Netflix claims India launch a hit, fails to clear air over subscriber nos

Three weeks after it launched services in India, Netflix, the world's largest on-demand video streaming service by volume of content, on Monday declined to give out its initial uptake in number of subscribers, even as the com

Netflix claims India launch a hit, fails to clear air over subscriber nos

Will not eliminate subsidy but rationalise it: PM Narendra Modi

Even as the industry is waiting with high hopes of a budget with potential tax breaks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for an ideological change among the corporate sector, and also indicated that the rich could

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Draft aviation rules for domestic airlines to fly outside is an “Artificial Barrier”: AirAsia India

Rules that mandate domestic carriers to gain some experience before they could be given approvals to fly to foreign countries is an “artificial barrier” to aviation companies, according to AirAsia India chairman S. Ramado

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XBRL aims at bringing accountability, transparency

XBRL, or eXtensible Business Reporting Language, is an open-licensing global standard on reporting financial and other information that aims to help countries and corporates...

XBRL aims at bringing accountability, transparency

Startup India event: Industry seeks tax clarity and exemptions for startup growth

Clarity on taxation is high on the agenda of entrepreneurs, investors and incubators as the government gets set to host its first start-up event on Saturday with an aim to become a global start-up hub.

China Tourism Year launch in Delhi today

The move is part of a decision taken in 2014 by PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping to observe ‘India Tourism Year’ in China in 2015 and ‘China Tourism Year’ in India in 2016

China Tourism Year launch in Delhi today

China woos Indian tourists

Beijing To launch China Tourism Year In New Delhi on Jan 14.

China woos Indian tourists

There is a bit of Microsoft in every smartphone sold: Tyler Bryson, Microsoft Corp India

Microsoft Corp, on Thursday launched its latest Surface Pro 4 tablet-computer hybrid convertible device in India, the first ever time the US-based technology company showcased its product in the country.

There is a bit of Microsoft in every smartphone sold: Tyler Bryson, Microsoft Corp India

Uber to mentor start-ups in India

Uber's announcement comes a week ahead of the Indian governments scheduled ''Start-up India'' event where about 40 global chief executives are expected to address start-ups in the country.

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A spectrum of deals to connect with consumers

4G is where the action is now, and telcos are trying hard to outdo competition

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One-third of India will consume data on our network

After music and movies, Bharti Airtel, on Tuesday forayed into gaming by launching Wynk Games. The company has partnered with the US-based Payphone...

One-third of India will consume data on our network

After iBall, Micromax & Yu fall in line on royalty to Ericsson

Swedish telecommunications equipment maker Ericsson has made a successful breakthrough in its patent-related cases with handset majors, both domestic and global.

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Reliance Jio rolls out Wi-fi services at 160 centres

Reliance Jio started rolling out its Wi-fi services, called Jionet, from Jammu on Sunday. The services are currently complimentary and offer internet speed between 10 Mbps and 40 Mbps.

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Cambridge Tech eyes US startups

Under the plans to be made public on Wednesday, the Singapore-based Cambridge Tech Fund will purchase around 25% equity in the start-ups as a seed funding and help them with a 2-year technology plan

Cambridge Tech eyes US startups

Uber to launch car-pooling service in Delhi tomorrow

In Delhi, travellers can choose to car-pool on Uber App using the UberGo option

Uber to launch car-pooling service in Delhi tomorrow

Telcos, OTT players stumped by Trai paper

Consultation paper aims to scrutinise operators’ differential data tariff offers via select tie-ups with content providers

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni to be highlight at IPL reverse auction

The suspense over the owners of the two new IPL franchises, necessitated by the two-year suspension of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, ends on Tuesday afternoon when the BCCI opens tenders in New Delhi.

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