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  • Government IT Data on Cloud Must Be Stored Within India, Says MeitY

    Government IT Data on Cloud Must Be Stored Within India, Says MeitY

    Cloud computing can help government departments expand capacity of their IT system as per need and even for short period and quickly start any online service.

  • Cyrus Mistry Resigns From All Tata Group Companies Amid Bitter Power Battle

    Cyrus Mistry Resigns From All Tata Group Companies Amid Bitter Power Battle

    Cyrus Mistry, the ousted chairman of Tata Sons, has resigned from all Tata Group companies at the start of a week when four of the firms were to vote on removing him as director in extraordinary general meetings or EGMs. "It is time to shift gears, up the momentum and be more incisive in securing the best interests of the Tata group," Mr Mistry sai...

  • Nitin Gadkari Seeks Indian-American Participation In Start-Up Movement

    Nitin Gadkari Seeks Indian-American Participation In Start-Up Movement

    Union minister Nitin Gadkari today urged the Silicon Valley professionals of Indian-origin to participate in India's Start-up Movement to help make it a success.

  • SEBI Plans To Ease Start-Up Listing Norms By July

    SEBI Plans To Ease Start-Up Listing Norms By July

    Sebi Chairman U K Sinha, who is visiting the US including Silicon Valley to hard-sell India growth story among the investors there, had said in a recent interaction that the regulations are being looked into again.

  • Tax Dispute Involving MakeMyTrip, Company Says No Evasion

    Tax Dispute Involving MakeMyTrip, Company Says No Evasion

    A day after the mega Start Up India event at which the PM pledged a business-friendly environment including tax breaks for new tech-driven companies, a controversy including one of india's biggest ecommerce players highlights the need for new policies.

  • Government's Start Up India Campaign To Launch On January 16

    Government's Start Up India Campaign To Launch On January 16

    The union government has drawn up an elaborate plan to launch Start Up India - an ambitious program to encourage start-up companies and entrepreneurs - to give shape to the announcement made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his December 27 'Mann Ki Baat' radio program.

  • Is the Bubble Bursting for India's Online Start-Ups?

    Is the Bubble Bursting for India's Online Start-Ups?

    Hundreds of layoffs at several Indian start-ups have sparked fears the bubble is starting to burst for the country's e-commerce companies, amid claims by analysts that many of them are overvalued.

  • Is The Bubble Bursting for India's Online Start-Ups?

    Is The Bubble Bursting for India's Online Start-Ups?

    Hundreds of layoffs at several Indian start-ups have sparked fears the bubble is starting to burst for the country's e-commerce companies, amid claims by analysts that many of them are overvalued.

  • How Payments Banks are Different From Commercial Banks: 10 Facts

    How Payments Banks are Different From Commercial Banks: 10 Facts

    The Reserve Bank on Wednesday selected 11 companies to help set up payments banks in the country. These payment banks will help provide basic banking facilities in the country, where less than half the adult population has a bank account. Mobile operators Bharti Airtel and Vodafone India, Reliance Industries, outsourcer Tech Mahindra, department of...

  • Audi Will Enhance Chinese Connected-Car Services With Baidu

    Audi Will Enhance Chinese Connected-Car Services With Baidu

    Chinese Internet companies and auto makers have been quick to team up to start developing partly self-driving and Internet-connected cars.

  • Bruce Jenner, Sons To Start Reality TV Show Like Keeping Up With The Kardashians?

    Bruce Jenner, Sons To Start Reality TV Show Like Keeping Up With The Kardashians?

    Bruce is in talks with numerous production companies who are keen to sign a deal with the former athlete and his sons

  • For This Major Reform, a Strong Start: 10 Facts

    For This Major Reform, a Strong Start: 10 Facts

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious programme of disinvestment in big state-run companies got off to a positive start on Friday. The government's sale of a 5 percent stake in state-run Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) to raise up to Rs 1,700 crore was oversubscribed by late afternoon.

  • 2G spectrum: DoT issues notices to telecom companies on one-time fee

    2G spectrum: DoT issues notices to telecom companies on one-time fee

    The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has begun issuing demand notices to telecom operators over the one-time spectrum fee. The companies will need to start paying up within 10 days.

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