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Jio operators may seek clarity on GST for 4G handsets

India's top telecom operators are likely to seek clarification from the finance ministry on whether bundled 4G handsets offered effectively for free would attract the 12 percent goods and services tax applicable on mobile phones. Reliance Industries unveiled a 4G...

Digital transactions worth Rs 120 billion carried out every year: Govt

There were around Rs 120 billion worth of digital transactions every year and the number of fraudulent transactions among these was low, government said in Rajya Sabha.  Minister for Electronics and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad said for prepaid payments...

Govt approves defence innovation fund for Academia-MSMEs to carryout innovation

In a bid to encourage innovation in the sector, the Government recently announced a scheme of Defence Innovation Fund (DIF). According to KNN, this fund can be availed by different stakeholders including the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Minster...

Mobiles worth Rs 900 billion produced in India in 2016-17: Government

Mobile phones worth Rs 900 billion were produced in the country last fiscal, while imports of handsets stood at USD 3.7 billion (about Rs 243.64 billion) during the period, Parliament was informed on Friday. India, which is one of the...

Onida eyes Rs 10 billion sales in FY18

Home-grown consumer electronics brand Onida is aiming a growth of 34 per cent this fiscal, touching Rs 10 billion sales on the back of retail expansion in non-metro cities. Besides, Mirc Electronics, which owns Onida brand, is also betting on...

India unveils country’s first train with solar powered coaches

Indian Railways is the largest rail network in Asia and a huge consumer of diesel fuel. However, this is all about to change with the debut in New Delhi of it's Diesel Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU) with solar powered...

Panasonic seminar addresses the mfg industry through ‘Smart Factory Solutions’

Panasonic India Pvt Ltd, one of India's leading electronics company organized a technical seminar today on “Connected Solutions for Realizing Digital Smart Factory” at Radisson Blu Hotel, Noida. Panasonic India addressed the manufacturing need of the electronics industry through the...

RIL in advanced talks with Foxconn to make dual-sim mobile in India

Reliance industries is in advanced talks with Foxconn – the Taiwanese multinational electronics contract manufacturing company that makes iPhone and iPod, among other things – to make mobile phones in India under the ‘Make in India’ programme, and RIL’s...

India’s Tata Power to invest $90 million in renewable energy subsidiary

One of India’s leading private sector power companies is planning to infuse large sums of equity into its renewable energy subsidiary to enable the latter to execute large-scale solar power projects. According to Clean Technica, Tata Power will invest $90...

DoT meets telcos, associations on new telecom policy

The Department of Telecom (DoT) today held detailed discussions with the operators, industry associations and research organisations on the broad contours and direction for the new telecom policy. According to PTI, Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan informed that based on the...

Aruna Sundararajan becomes full-time telecom secretary, Ajay Prakash Sawhney gets MeitY

Aruna Sundararajan, secretary of IT and electronics will now be taking full charge of the department of telecom (DoT), which till now was an additional charge given to her in May. A notification to this effect was issued by the...

Reliance Group’s IoT arm ties up with China’s Fibocom

The Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Group's Internet of Things (IoT) arm has informed that it has signed a pact with China’s Fibocom to bring wireless communications modules and solutions for IoT and mobile Internet to the Indian market. The partnership will...

Foxconn aims to kick off exports from India to Gulf, Africa by Dec

Foxconn, the world's largest contract manufacturer, is aiming to begin exports to the Middle East and African countries by December from India as it begins talking to suppliers to set up base in the fastest growing smartphone market in...

Intex to manufacture low cost 4G handsets for Reliance Jio: Reports

Reliance Jio’s attempts to disrupt the handset segment with low-cost 4G-enabled feature phones appears to be moving ahead at a brisk pace. Having stirred up a storm in the telecom industry with its low mobile data and free voice...

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