‘Internet in India 2017’ report, released by the Internet and Mobile Association of India and Kantar IMRB, says internet users here will touch 500 million by 2018.
NEW DELHI: The State cannot sit in judgement and rely only on biometric details to establish the identity of its citizens, a former High Court Judge who has challenged the Aadhaar scheme, told the Supreme Court today.
BENGALURU: Digital wallet companies may be staring at the end of the road as the Reserve Bank of India’s February-end deadline approaches for them to meet full know-your-customer norms for all their users.
HYDERABAD: Unwilling to go by what an unregistered tenant is saying, the Hyderabad high court on Monday issued a notice to B Teja Raju, son of Satyam Computers founder Ramalinga Raju, asking him to clear his stand on his villa at Kompalli.
NEW DELHI: The spat between the I&B ministry and Prasar Bharati, which erupted last week, has turned serious with I&B additional secretary Ali Rizvi complaining to the ministry that he was “unfairly shouted down” by chairman A Surya Prakash in the board meeting on February 15.
NEW DELHI: India’s older carriers have slammed the telecom regulator for a series of regulations over the last 12-18 months which favour only new entrant Reliance Jio at the cost of the existing ones, and said the latest tariff order on predatory pricing violated the ‘fundamental right’ of incumbents to carry out business.
You have highlighted a few challenges — be it the visa regime and the tax concerns in the US. These still remain. While IT companies are indicating that they are going on for local hiring and things like that, but those challenges will remain as we move ahead into the next financial year also.
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance IndustriesBSE 0.91 % Ltd (RILBSE 0.91 %) has signed 25 MoUs at the ongoing ‘Magnetic Maharashtra: Convergence Summit 2018′ with various global giants with an investment of Rs 60,000 crore over 10 years to create 100,000 jobs, it was announced on Tuesday.
Aircel, the smallest private mobile operator in India, has warned its 5,000-plus employees to brace for “difficult” times amid “serious funding issues” in the face of intense competition.
BENGALURU: Walmart’s investment negotiations with Flipkart include a proposal to open a chain of retail stores in India, according to an investment banker familiar with the developments, which could finally allow the companies to realise their long-harboured ambitions.