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Cyient acquires data science start-up Invati

IT firm Cyient formerly Infotech Enterprises on Thursday said that it has signed an agreement to acqu-ire a majority stake in Hyderabad-based data sciences start up Invati Insights.

TATA to supply 1 Lakh solar panels

Tata Power Solar (TPS) on Thursday said it will supply 1 lakh domestically manufactured solar panels to ACME’s 20 MW Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) project in Rajasthan.

Gas pooling gets Centre nod

Government has approved several relief measures such as exclusion of projects receiving gas under the administered pricing mechanism from pooling and a financial package to benefit plants worth Rs.1.2

PM Narendra Modi set to scan infra projects

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will review the performance of key infrastructure sectors, including coal and power, in achieving targets at a meeting early next month.

RBI sees growth again

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The economy could grow in the range of 5 to 6 per cent in 2014-15

Sony targets sales growth

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Sony India is looking at a sales growth of 30 per cent in 2014-15 as compared to the last fiscal and is banking on its popular Bravia televisions and Xperia mobile handsets to achieve the target.

Wipro opens new Customer Experience Centre in U.S.

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It also announced expansion of its partnership with CA Technologies

Government bullish on rate cuts, lower EMIs

Finance secretary Arvind Mayaram on Thursday voiced the hope that the Reserve Bank will soon cut interest rates as inflation is coming down, bringing relief on EMIs and reducing borrowing costs for in

Retirement remains youth’s key concern

A large portion of Indians’ savings are to secure life in old age

Market Wrap

Gold remains stable, lose investor interest globally

Ultra-calm trading conditions in gold are becoming self-perpetuating as a persistent lack of volatility frustrates investors seeking a return, pushing them further away from a market that analysts say

Technomics

Ex-CEO Steve Ballmer quits Microsoft board

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Former Microsoft Corporation chief executive Steve Ballmer has left the software company’s board in order to spend more time on his newly acquired Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, but said he pla

Engaging-with-Pakistan has been one of Delhi’s big growth industries over the past 15 years. Apart from domestic investment (both from the public and private sectors), it has attracted generous quantities of foreign direct investment, despite not having much to show by way of tangible returns.

There is a slow but systematic attempt to change India’s name from Bharat to Hindustan — playing up the word “Hindu” in Hindustan and trying to repackage it as the abode of the Hindus. B.R. Ambedkar and his team that drafted the Constitution of India consciously avoided the term “Hindustan” as they could foresee its implications in a land that takes pride in its diversity.