NEW DELHI: The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has made a five-fold increase in a journalist welfare scheme, which provides financial assistance to scribes and their families in times of ‘extreme hardships,’ from Rs 20 lakh to Rs 1 crore, an official said today.
The Government on Wednesday cleared a relief package for the debt-ridden telecom sector, giving more time to operators to pay for the spectrum bought in auctions.
MUMBAI: India’s cabinet approved on Wednesday an increase to the cap on airwaves that a mobile operator can hold to 35 percent from 25 percent, the government said in a statement.
NEW DELHI: Telecom operator Bharti Airtel today said its board of directors will meet on March 12 to consider fund raising opportunity for the company.
NEW DELHI: The government today cleared a relief package for the debt-ridden telecom sector, giving more time to operators to pay for the spectrum bought in auctions.
LONDON: Cryptocurrencies pose a risk to British consumers, though not to the financial system as a whole, the Bank of England’s chief economist, Andy Haldane, said on Tuesday.
NEW DELHI: An arbitration tribunal in an interim order has restrained debt-ridden Reliance Communications from sale, transfer or mortgaging of assets.
With its Pixel smartphones, Google has always attempted to separate itself from other smartphones in terms of camera capabilities. With Pixel 2, the search giant integrated stronger AI abilities in the camera’s feature.
SAN FRANCISCO: As the issue of copying verified Twitter accounts to trick cryptocurrency users is becoming increasingly prevalent, the microblogging company has said that it is working to curb these copycat handles.
BEIJING: A two-year-old boy in Shanghai locked his mother’s iPhone for the equivalent of 47 years after playing with it and repeatedly entering the wrong passcode, according to a Chinese media report.
NEW DELHI: Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, the smartphone that has been confirmed by Xiaomi but yet to see the light of the day, is once again in the news as some of its features have been unearthed by XDA Developers.
SAN FRANCISCO: Giving credence to the belief that Apple smartphones can be cracked, a US-based company has claimed that its online tools, available at a starting price of $15,000, can break into any iPhone including the newly-launched iPhone X.