Health Insurance may become more consumer friendly: IRDAI panel calls for removing these exclusions

The working group has recommended that waiting period for conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, cardiac should not be for more than 30 days.

Flipkart, Amazon get fashion conscious

Can the fast growing fashion category be as lucrative as mobile phones for e-commerce players?

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Zee Network’s Deepak Rajyadhakshya has joined as head of Colors Marathi and Raj Kannan as head of programming for Colors Tamil.

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Disney+ will showcase the studio’s past titles and original series, including new content from the Marvel and Star Wars franchises.

New Ford Aspire review: Less drama, more driving pleasure

It doesn’t have the design to liven up your garage or the driveway, but it does what a car should do best: provide good cabin space, is fun-to-drive, has low claimed ownership costs, and is fuel-eff

Urban Mobility Lab: Think & do tank plans major makeover for Pune’s transportation

The first Urban Mobility Lab would be developing smart mobility solutions for Pune that can be replicated across Indian cities,

Looking for cheaper phones and laptops? This new startup is exclusively for refurbished products

An e-commerce platform where you can buy refurbished mobiles, tablets, laptops with huge discount.

Fintech start-up: RevFin secures seed funding from a group of angel investors

The fintech start-up is looking to build a lending book of `500 crore in the next five years through aggressive market expansion across India.

Backing RBI on NPAs, Arun Jaitley says minimising bad loans alone will ensure credit flow

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday said minimising bad loans alone can ensure adequate credit flow to small businesses and the troubled NBFCs.

ADB to grant EESL $13 million for energy efficiency revolving fund

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) would grant $13 million to the government-owned Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) to set up an energy efficiency revolving fund (EERF) under a tie-up announced her

Facebook’s secret weapon in fight against fake news

During the 2016 U.S. presidential elections, technology companies were unaware -- even in denial -- that their platforms could be used for election manipulation.

RBI seeks time till November 26 to respond to CIC’s show-cause notice

Slapped with a show-cause notice to its Governor Urijit Patel from the CIC, the Reserve Bank of India has sought time till November 26 from the commission, highest adjudicating body in RTI matters, fo

Tech Mahindra looks at global 5G rollouts as huge opportunity

Fifth biggest domestic tech company Tech Mahindra is looking at upcoming 5G rollouts in global markets as a big opportunity and is on the right trajectory in its communications vertical to achieve 'gr

Despite increase in lending rates, NBFCs push credit demand by 14.4% to a five-year high

This growth is at a five-year high, after the 16.6 per cent achieved by the system in October 2013 and the data come amid reports of an increase in demand from the troubled non-bank finance companies

Alibaba Singles’ Day 2018: Here are the best deals for India and how Indians can buy

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd settled roughly 69 billion yuan ($9.92 billion) in the first hour of its annual Singles' Day on Sunday.

Samsung to make at Least 1 million foldable phones

Samsung Electronics Co. will roll out its foldable phone in the first half of next year and produce at least 1 million of them, Yonhap News reported, citing the company’s smartphone chief DJ Koh.

Samsung to make at least 1 million foldable phones

Samsung Electronics Co. will roll out its foldable phone in the first half of next year and produce at least 1 million of them, Yonhap News reported, citing the company’s smartphone chief DJ Koh. Th

Rupay shines! From limited presence in 2013 to capturing half of market now; 3 reasons behind stellar rise

In a big boost to the Modi government, Rupay, homegrown card payment network, which constituted just 0.6 percent in market share in 2013, now controls half of the segment, ahead of Visa, Mastercard an

India’s coal imports rise 8 percent to 134 MT in the April-October

India's coal imports rose by 7.9 per cent to 134.46 million tonnes (MT) in the first seven months of the current fiscal, according to mjunction services.

Your old phone is a security risk. Live with it: Adam Minter

That obsolete smartphone stashed away in a drawer or closet may not look like a national security risk, but the Trump administration is contemplating treating it as one.

India witnesses over 4.36 lakh cyberattacks from Russia, US, others in January-June: F-Secure

Russia, the US, China and the Netherlands were the top countries from where cybercriminals attacked users in India, with over 6.95 lakh such incidents between January-June 2018, according to cyber-sec

RERA implementation: Centre to hold workshop with home-buyers, builders, banks on November 15

For effective implementation of the Real Estate Act, the Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry will hold a day-long workshop for home-buyers, bank representatives, builders and other stakeholders from no

Facebook to make arbitration for harassment claims optional

Following Google's footsteps, Facebook is also planning to do away with its policy of requiring employees to settle sexual harassment claims made against colleagues in private arbitration alone

Camel milk is gaining popularity. Could it be an alternative for dairy market?

From camelccino to camel milk chocolate, there’s no dearth of delicacies on offer.

National permit vehicles can now ply without two drivers: Government

The national permit vehicles can now ply without two drivers, the government said on Saturday.

Alibaba chalks up $1.44 billion of singles’ day sales in minutes

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. logged 10 billion yuan ($1.44 billion) of sales volume in the opening minutes of its annual Singles’ Day extravaganza, outpacing last year’s start as shoppers around the

Shale cash gusher sees EOG join oil’s $1 billion-a-quarter club

The well-heeled, buttoned-down world of international oil now has competition from cowboy boots and jeans.

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