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HPE, Tata to build largest IoT network in India HPE, Tata to build largest IoT network in India

At the ongoing Mobile World Congress here, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) on Monday announced that it was working with Tata Communications to support the rollout of India`s first LoRaWAN (LoRa)-based network.

Mallya loan default case: SC adjourns matter to March 3 Mallya loan default case: SC adjourns matter to March 3

The Supreme Court today adjourned liquor baron Vijay Mallya`s loan default case to March 3.

ONGC may acquire HPCL in $6.6 bn deal ONGC may acquire HPCL in $6.6 bn deal

Oil and Natural Gas Corp will take control of Hindustan Petroleum Corp as part of the government`s plan to create an integrated public sector oil entity.

Well-positioned to continue leading India market: TCS Well-positioned to continue leading India market: TCS

India's largest software services exporter TCS says it is confident of maintaining leadership position in the domestic market that is witnessing strong technology adoption in private as well as public sectors.

2017 to be a better year for Indian startups: Qualcomm Ventures 2017 to be a better year for Indian startups: Qualcomm Ventures

Qualcomm Ventures, the venture investment arm of US-based chip maker Qualcomm Inc which has a USD 150 million India-focused fund, expects 2017 to be a better year for the startup ecosystem, especially early stage companies.

HSBC's India headcount rises by 4,000 despite global drop HSBC's India headcount rises by 4,000 despite global drop

UK-based banking major HSBC saw its India headcount rise by 4,000 people to reach 37,000 last year even as its worldwide workforce got trimmed by nearly 23,000 persons.

Paytm hires Snapdeal, Stayzilla ex-staffers with generous job offers Paytm hires Snapdeal, Stayzilla ex-staffers with generous job offers

With hundreds of employees being handed out pink slips by companies such as Snapdeal and Stayzilla, rival e-commerce firm Paytm is walking into the ring by offering generous job offers to laid-off staffers.

'Govt must scale up production of active ingredients of drugs' 'Govt must scale up production of active ingredients of drugs'

The Centre should scale up the production of active ingredients used in drugs to meet the country's need, a government institute has said after it found that over 95 percent of the samples examined during a survey were sourced from China.

Coal India arm NLC approves Rs 1,244-crore share buyback plan Coal India arm NLC approves Rs 1,244-crore share buyback plan

World's largest coal producer Coal India on Saturday said the board of its arm Northern Coalfield has approved a share buyback plan worth Rs 1,244 crore.

No plans to launch app-based taxi service, clarifies Reliance No plans to launch app-based taxi service, clarifies Reliance

Billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries   has no plans to launch an app-based taxi service as the company sees no logic in diversifying into unrelated sectors.

The Dollar Business conducts yet another G.R.O.W. workshop The Dollar Business conducts yet another G.R.O.W. workshop

The G.R.O.W. workshop agenda was designed to guide and equip individuals in undertaking export-import activities, and give them an adequate tour of EXIM procedures, documentation, available incentives, challenges, etc.

Kansas killing: No place for senseless violence, says Satya Nadella Kansas killing: No place for senseless violence, says Satya Nadella

Microsoft’s India-born chief Satya Nadella on Saturday asserted that there is no place for “senseless violence” and bigotry in the society as he condemned the killing of an Indian techie in a shooting incident in the US.

GAGAN-compliant aircraft may soon be mandatory for airlines GAGAN-compliant aircraft may soon be mandatory for airlines

GPS-Aided GEO Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) is an implementation of a regional satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS), developed by India.

Air India puts new Airbus A320 Neo into operation Air India puts new Airbus A320 Neo into operation

Government-run Air India has put into operations its newly leased Airbus A320 Neo with its maiden flight arriving here from New Delhi.

IndiGo brings on board ex-United Airlines executive Cindy Szadokierski IndiGo brings on board ex-United Airlines executive Cindy Szadokierski

Szadokierski would be the third executive from United Airlines to be on board with IndiGo after Greg Taylor and Rohit Philip in the recent past.

Biz models of e-tailers have not worked: T V Mohandas Pai Biz models of e-tailers have not worked: T V Mohandas Pai

Business models of e-tailers in India are not just running out of steam but even have not worked, says information technology industry veteran T V Mohandas Pai.

Freedom 251' fraud: Police hunt for other directors Freedom 251' fraud: Police hunt for other directors

After arresting Mohit Goel, Director of Noida-based Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd, police said they were searching for four more directors of the company that launched the world`s cheapest smarphone.

 Infosys seeks nod of board for share buyback Infosys seeks nod of board for share buyback

India's second largest software major has sought permission from shareholders for share buyback. For this the company has sought approval of shareholders to change Articles of Association.

Hand baggage tags at 7 airports scrapped; CISF not on board Hand baggage tags at 7 airports scrapped; CISF not on board

The Civil Aviation Ministry on Thursday decided to do away with security stamp on hand baggage tags at seven airports.

Infosys board approves hike in COO Pravin Rao's salary

Infosys on Thursday said its board has approved pay hike of its Chief Operating Officer U B Pravin Rao.