Indian firms are aiming to diversify focus on the Rest-of-the-World markets. The market expansion coincides with a push towards a platform play, creating a common design and engineering base from which products can be developed to meet a quicker time-tomarket paradigm.
Rajinikanth said the magazine had highlighted on cover page the procession by Periyar and that Thuglaq made brisk sales because of attempts by the then DMK Government to curtail its access. "No other journal covered it but Cho ran it on the cover of the magazine and delivered a severe condemnation," Rajinikanth had said.
After meeting DMK chief MK Stalin on Saturday morning, Puducherry chief minister and a Congress leader V Narayanasamy told reporters that ties are stronger than ever, and will continue to hold till the next Assembly elections slated for 2021.
Valli Arunachalam considers the probate as an important step to enable her in enforcing the will of her father, and may help her amicably settle her issues with the Rs 40,000-crore family business group that did not agree to either purchase her father’s holdings in Ambadi Investments of a little over 8%, or give her a board seat.
Greaves Cotton-owned Ampere Vehicles, which makes electric scooters, has made its entry into the ecommerce segment through a deal with grocery app BigBasket. It has also entered into an agreement with Bengaluru-based Bounce for deploying scooters for ride-share.
While its focus is on the automotive segment, Spoton eventually wants to add apparel and electronics to the segment. Spoton Logistics has been clocking revenue growth of 25% over the last three years.
The technology entrepreneur, and an Accenture top executive, had come under fire on Twitter early this week after a digital poster announced them as guests at an RSS event in Chennai in February. Twitter users called for boycott of products for their association with RSS.
Functionaries say the attempts are on to rope in more top executives and entrepreneurs to attend the event. An RSS spokesperson confirmed that Ramachandran would not attend the event, but said there is a clear history of corporate chiefs and technology entrepreneurs openly associating with the organisation, from Shiv Nadar to Ratan Tata to Azim Premji.
The event, slated for February 2, will take place at a school in south Chennai on the theme ‘Resurgent Bharath.’ which is likely to be attended by software professionals.
DMK walks out of Assembly as Governor promises to push for dual citizenship for Lankan Tamil refugees
"This Government has supported CAA and because of that, the Bill got passed into law, and because of that Sri Lankan Tamils and minorities have been betrayed," Stalin told reporters outside the State Assembly chambers. Stalin had filed a submission last week to move a private resolution in the Assembly asking the Centre to withdraw CAA.
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