- PM Narendra Modi calls meeting to review 'Most Favoured Nation' status to Pakistan
- BK Bansal, senior bureaucrat, commits suicide along with son at his Delhi residence
- US presidential debate: Trump, Hillary Clinton deny their own words
- Nine out of ten people in world breathing polluted air: WHO
- Behind the voices at Maratha rallies, an anti-Dalit tone
IT sounds good in FY 2013
The NASSCOM analysis of Indian IT sector's outlook for FY 2013 says that amidst a volatile and challenging global economic environment, India's IT industry has sustained its growth trajectory. For financial year 2013, the industry is expected to meet the lower-end of its growth guidance and achieve at least a double-digit growth. The estimate is based on analysis of Indian listed companies, multinationals and industry sectors of IT services, BPOs and engineering research and development (ER&D) and products. N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, NASSCOM and CEO& MD, TCS, said, "Industry performance for the past half year has demonstrated the sector's ability to innovate and deliver in enabling growth of customer businesses in challenging times. Changing business models, solutions around disruptive technologies and verticalized structures are enabling the industry to emerge as a strategic partner for their customers".
Swipe launches Halo 3G, Halo Edge
Swipe Telecom launched Halo 3G tab and Halo Edge technology under its voice calling tablet smartphone series "the Halo". The Halo 3G and Halo Edge tablets are designed to keep up with the fast changes in technology. Halo 3G is priced at Rs 9,999 and Halo Edge comes at Rs 8,999. The Halo 3G tablet, india`s first 7-inch smartphone tablet and the Halo Edge Tablet that supports 'Edge Technology' both run on the Android 4.0 icecream sandwich operating system and has 1 GB DDRIII RAM. They both come with a Boxchip A10 processor 1.5 GHz for efficient functioning.
Robots at Universal's Shivre plant
- Power struggle within weakens Samajwadi Party already undergoing an identity crisis in UP
- Preventive detention is being routinised as an instrument of state repression
- The challenge of garbage is set to grow, solid waste management plans need to be implemented
- After Uri, a replay of a 2001 predicament
- Any response to Uri must factor in Pakistani state’s relationship with non-state actors
- It is assumed that Blacks will vote 93 per cent for Clinton, seven per cent for Trump