The Attorney-General of India, KK Venugopal, on Thursday submitted before the Supreme Court that the government will issue a notification on Friday extending the deadline for mandatory Aadhaar linking from December 31 to March 31, 2018.
The Unique Identification Authority of India on Thursday said that the Aadhaar Act is in force and that all notification requiring Aadhaar for welfare programmes, verifying bank account, PAN Card and SIM card with Aadhar stands valid and lawful.
Alphabet Inc’s YouTube plans to introduce a paid music streaming service in March, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Technology major Acer, has partnered with the Bangalore FC team as its technology partner for the 4th season of Indian Super League (ISL). It is the first time for Acer to have partnered with Bengaluru FC as their official technology partner, company officials said.
Deals platforms Nearbuy and Little Internet have merged their operations, with Paytm picking up a majority stake in the combined entity, the financial services platform said on Thursday.
Cyient, an engineering services firm, has signed an agreement with the UK-based energy technology company EA Technology to jointly pursue business opportunities globally.
Tally Solutions, a provider of business software solutions, has launched Tally Xcelerator (TX) to provide business consultancy services to small and medium businesses.
Ace Turtle, a Bengaluru-based retail technology company, has partnered with the Netherlands-based supply chain management company CEVA Logistics to enable freight forwarding for its global retail brands in South East Asia. Ace Turtle is financially backed by Vertex Ventures and C31 Ventures, the venture capital arm of Capitaland, a Singapore-based real estate company.
Soon, cricket enthusiasts can aspire to bat like Sachin Tendulkar. Pune-based JetSynthesys, an entertainment start-up with investments from Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan, has roped in Tendulkar to develop a game wherein a person can emulate the way the maestro bats.
Alibaba may pump in up to $300 million in online grocery player BigBasket, according to industry sources.