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The device is Apple's model of choice for testing the waters in India.
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A blow to 'techno-nationalism'?
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Budget 2017-18 is going to be unique in many aspects. It will be for the first time that the Railway budget will be merged with the Union budget, and will be announced a month in advance, on 1st Febru...
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Though, the real smartphone success story of 2016 were the Chinese brands.
When the Hon'ble Minister of Finance rises to present his fourth straight budget on the 1st of February, expectations will be running high from all quarters. On the taxation front, GST appears to be s...
As per the reports, Apple is planning to manufacture iPhones in India from April
As the India media got engro ed in demonetisation, the Tata boardroom battle and the US elections, a certain rather scandalous bit of news about a leading Indian textile company, against which cla ac...
The advent of the GST and consent for it in both Houses of Parliament has been a significant milestone. However, for all the media hype over the GST, its effectivene and reform strength can only be g...
Stoking fears about the future of manufacturing has become a small but thriving industry
The world's cheapest phone will finally be in the consumer's hand from tomorrow. The company Ringing Bells will be delivering a batch of 5000 phones from July 8. The final price of the phone will be ₹...
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Just when some buyers became hopeful that would actually be holding the world's cheapest smartphone, Freedom 251, in their hands on 30 June, they were let down yet again. Ringing Bells, the maker of t...
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One risks being mocked for juxtaposing snakes with the "Make in India" initiative which recently was spoken of in the same (albeit a bit laboured) breath as Apple Inc. Inspired by 'pop patriotism' many Indians are eager to sever from popular imagination any associations India has with snakes. But of course, snakes aren't going anywhere. Just because snakebites hardly occur in the posh neighbourhoods of Lutyens' Delhi or the cosy newsrooms of media-houses doesn't mean they have disappeared from India.
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Microsoft chief Satya Nadella on Monday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other ministers to discu i ues pertaining to the IT sector and enhancing partnership for initiatives like Digital India. T...
BENGALURU -- The first technology demonstrator of indigenously made Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV), that can launch satellites into orbit around earth and then re-enter the atmosphere, will be flight t...