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Nifty closes above 5000 on better-than-expected Q2 ... 30.8.2033 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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IRCTC to offer baggage insurance for train passengers 20.4.2015 DNA: Bangalore
IRCTC to offer baggage insurance for train passengers
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Entertainment for millennials 20.4.2015 All Companies Stories
As more people shift online, through its aggregated network of channels and artists, Culture Machine is changing the way people consume entertainment in India
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Enforcement Directorate case on firm for Microsoft piracy 20.4.2015 Asian Age: India
In a first of its kind, the Enforcement Directorate has registered a case under the stringent provisions of the Money Laundering Act against a Delhi-based software firm, which was also a gold-certified partner of Microsoft, for cheating and forgery of Microsoft products. Sources said the firm was involved in high-end counterfeiting and piracy of Microsoft Software products by various means. Action by the ED has been initiated on the basis of an FIR lodged by the CBI against the accused firm on the complaint of Microsoft Corporation (India) Pvt. Ltd. Sources said, “The agency has booked managing director of the accused software company and one of his associates. A case has also been registered against the software firm which is a gold-certified partner of Microsoft.” “Preliminary investigations by the agency have revealed that the accused were obtaining counterfeited CDs, packaging material and fake Certification of Authenticity (COAs) from China and after obtaining the genuine product key number, by ...
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Delhi High Court order on firm’s plea worries officials 20.4.2015 Asian Age: Delhi
Even as the AAP government revised its orders banning the sale of chewable tobacco products, the high court’s decision on a plea filed by another company has come as a blow to the officials who are now worried how they should go about implementing the ban. According to the officials, the Delhi high court on April 8 had restrained the government from taking any coercive action against a manufacturer who had appealed against the ban following which the ban notification was revised. Delhi’s health department additional director Dr S.K. Arora said there was a misconception that the court had stayed the government notification, but the instructions were for not taking any coercive action against the petitioner. “The tobacco traders were under the impression that the notification has been stayed by the court.” Dr Arora said: “That is why on Friday, we revised the instructions as per court directives and asked the district nodal officers to enforce the ban on chewable tobacco with the instruction that they ...
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Startups narrow gap between fund-raises to build war chest 20.4.2015 TOI: India Business
The time gap between financing rounds across hyper-growth Indian startups has shortened immensely over the past year as entrepreneurs look to amass funds to double down on rivals in a highly competitive market.
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Ministry seeks list of wilful defaulters 20.4.2015 Telegraph: Business
Concerned over rising incidences of wilful loan defaults, the finance ministry has asked all public sector banks to submit comprehensive data on such lendings by the end of this month.
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The glide path to that perfect burger 19.4.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The burger, that heavenly assembly of bun, patty, veggies, cheese and sauces, is an epicurean blessing, just waiting to be feasted. The science behind the creation of a simple-looking burger goes back months, when each ingredient is carefully grown and sourced, processed, and put together. The legendary American quick service restaurant (QSR) giant McDonald's that popularised the burger has also pioneered the way the delight is made. McDonald's has a menu for each market, which means local ingredients are a must. No wonder it has built a supply chain — the farm to fork model — perfected over six long years, based on its tested processes in the US. "Over 90-95 per cent of the company's ingredients and supply chain is localised, barring fish, and toys (for happy meals). Over $200 million has been spent on the effort, with a multi-tier rung of suppliers, and crops being sourced from farmers," McDonald's India Director (Supply Chain and Quality Assurance) Vikram Ogale says. On a visit to the ...
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No excise on drugs made in job work 19.4.2015 Latest News
A weekly selection of key court orders
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Data Analytics and You 19.4.2015 HBL: Home
Big data is changing the way companies zoom in on problems and grow business. This impacts you in at least eight distinct ways. Here’s how
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Jio Chat: The late entrant could leap ahead 19.4.2015 All Specials Stories
The late entrant Jio Chat has launched with both video and voice calling services
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‘Time Indian firms stepped out and sold around the world’ 19.4.2015 HBL: Smartbuy
We have demographics better than any major nation, says Zoho founder
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COAI roots for net neutrality, access for Internet to all 19.4.2015 ET: Infotech
COAI urged all stakeholders in net neutrality to have a comprehensive and informed debate on the subject, keeping in mind the requirements of India and its citizens.
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Cellular operators reaffirm support for net neutrality 19.4.2015 Sify Finance
The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) on Sunday reaffirmed its support to the principle of net neutrality, making a strong pitch for the government's vision of "net equality" that will enable access to the internet for a billion Indians.
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COAI roots for Net neutrality, access for internet to all 19.4.2015 Hindu: Technology
COAI urged all stakeholders in net neutrality to have a comprehensive and informed debate on the subject.
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IRCTC to offer baggage insurance for train passengers 19.4.2015 Asian Age: Business
Passengersr can claim the insurance money in case of lost or theft of the baggage (Representational Image) Passengers are also now offered e-catering and concierge services while booking tickets on certain trains and routes New Delhi: Aiming at providing passengersmore facilities for booking tickets online, IRCTC is planning to offer a new service of 'baggage insurance' for them. Under this, a customer will be offered additional services like insurance coverage for baggage while booking e-tickets on the IRCTC website. As per the offer, the passenger can claim the insurance money in case of lost or theft of the baggage. The goods like laptop, mobile phone or any other valuable articles will be covered as part of the travel insurance package. The tie-up is being formalised with New India Assurance with the details being worked out. "We are formalising a tie-up with a leading insurance company for offering baggage insurance service to e-ticket customers," said a senior IRCTC official, adding that "a ...
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Piramal now said to have invested in Shriram Group's real estate business 19.4.2015 News
After investing in Shriram Group's financial services business Piramal said to have invested around Rs 75 crore in Shriram Group's real estate arm, which is also in talks with the Piramal Enterprises, ICIC Pru, Ask Property and others to raise ...
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E-commerce is among our top priorities in India: John Lewis 19.4.2015 Top Stories
Q&A with Global President, Nielsen
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IRCTC to offer baggage insurance for train passengers 19.4.2015 deccanherald.com
Aiming at providing passengers more facilities for booking tickets online, IRCTC is planning to offer a new service of baggage insurance for them. Under this, a customer will be offered additional services like insurance coverage for baggage while booking e-tickets on the IRCTC website. As per the offer, the passenger can claim the insurance money in case of lost or theft of the baggage. The goods like laptop, mobile phone or any other valuable articles will be covered as part of the travel insurance package. The tie-up is being formalised with New India Assurance with the details being worked out. "We are formalising a tie-up with a leading insurance company for offering baggage insurance service to e-ticket customers," said a senior IRCTC official, adding that "a customer will be given an option to avail the insurance coverage, which will not be mandatory". The insurance premium will depend on the length of the journey and also the class of travel. "We are trying to make the offer as the best travel ...
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IRCTC to offer baggage insurance for train passengers 19.4.2015 Sify Finance
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