PM Modi unlikely to meet Jeff Bezos this time
Ecommerce marketplaces such as Amazon and Walmart-owned Flipkart have been accused of flouting India's foreign investment rules and are also the subject of an investigation by the antitrust agency. The companies have maintained that they fully comply with Indian laws.
Vu grows television sales in India in FY20, open to selling stake
Vu has also exited the basic television range in India. However, Saraf said...
Trade deal hopes may aid diamond exports
Cut and polished diamond exports in December 2019 declined by 3.92 per cent to Rs. 8926.58 crore.
Capitalism thrives on liberal values… I'm clear what I stand for: Satya Nadella
Microsoft’s India-born CEO, hit the headlines after his comments on the Citizenship Amendment Act. He was replying to a question on the CAA posed by the editor of US news website BuzzFeed.
Credible scrappage policy to help CV market improve by Diwali: MM Forgings CMD
April, May, June is likely to be a very dull quarter.
JioPhone Diwali offer drives subscriber growth for Jio in October: Analysts
Morgan Stanley in its analysis based on Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) data said that Jio’s monthly wireless broadband subscriber additions of 9.1mn in October were higher than its monthly addition run rate of 8mn in H1F20, primarily aided by JioPhone Diwali offer.
Looking for love? Last weekend of Jan & Valentine week best time to go on a date
Dating Sunday – the first Sunday of a new year – is the biggest day for singles hoping to meet a match online.
Govt making all efforts to raise stature of Hindi globally: MoS MEA V Muraleedharan
Muraleedharan was addressing a gathering of diplomats, students of the Hindi language from various countries, poets and other personalities on 'Vishwa Hindi Diwas' at the Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan here. He reiterated that the Centre has been making efforts for the promotion of Hindi as an official language of the United Nations and its propagation worldwide.
Mobile phone retailers threaten brands of boycott unless online discounting is stopped
Cellphone retailers under the umbrella of their apex national body, All India Mobile Retailers Association (AIMRA) has informed brands like Xiaomi, Samsung and OnePlus that unless online discounting is controlled, retailers will deduct the difference and sell at online prices and may even consider boycotting the brand altogether.
Govt has taken steps to address issues without waiting for Budget: Nirmala Sitharaman
Nirmala Sitharaman also said that GST collection, which crossed Rs 1 lakh crore per month mark during the last two months, will remain "good" in coming days. "The government has been regularly taking steps to help sectors which are facing challenges. Without waiting for the Budget, we are taking the steps," the minister said at a press conference here.
Textile industry asks PM Modi for India shopping festival to uplift consumer sentiment
The closed-door meeting with the PM had representatives from the textile trade, yarn and spinning, exports, fabric and apparel brands. Low consumer sentiment due to the overall economic slump was a key concern put forth by the retail and brand representatives at the two-hour interaction.
Processed Cashew Output likely to Increase
the Indian kernel is priced at $3.60 per pound against Vietnam’s $3.45 per pound
After 6 years, a Greater Noida scheme to offer flats
The GNIDA had last in 2013 launched a housing scheme. However, it could not find buyers as the locality where the project was situated was still developing. It has revised the rates of ready-to-move-in flats to meet prevailing market prices.
India is growing for us despite political changes & economic slowdown: Lars Schmidt, Swarovksi
Lars Schmidt, the new managing director – consumer goods business for South-East Asia and India at Swarovski - spoke to ET on the billion-dollar Austrian affordable luxury brand, known for its crystal jewellery and figurines, completing two decades in India and celebrating 125th year of its existence globally.
Mobile makers get retailer ultimatum on online discounts
More than 50,000 mobile phone retailers have given an ultimatum to the top five smartphone brands to permanently stop online discounting and launch of online exclusive models, claiming that the ecommerce push had badly hurt their business.
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