Power inverter market to set phenomenal growth in India by 2021

Power or electricity is one of the most critical components of infrastructure affecting economic growth and well-being of every nation. The existence and development of adequate infrastructure is essential for sustained growth of the Indian economy. India’s power sector...

Indian and German experts discuss how to strengthen data security and protection

Indo-German Working Group on Quality Infrastructure organised Industry Interaction on "Protecting Data through Standards and Certification" on the eve of the implementation of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Mumbai. Recent data breaches have focused the attention of governments,...

Havells plans to stay ahead in the race with its latest PoE technology

The Indian lighting industry has progressed considerably over the past three years, aided by improved technologies and intelligent systems. After transiting from conventional lamps to LEDs, the Indian lighting industry is now asking, ‘What’s next?’ To find the answers...

ABB, Niti Aayog inks deal to boost AI & big robotics

Technology company ABB India and Niti Aayog joined hands to boost the government's vision of 'Make in India' through advanced manufacturing technologies that incorporate the latest developments in robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI), reported Zee Business. A Statement of Intent...

All electric vehicles in India possible only in 2050: Toyota

Toyota Kirloskar Motor said the Centre's earlier target of setting up an all- electric fleet from 2030 will be possible from only 2050 and suggested that hybrid cars will be an "interim" solution till that time, reported Economic Times. Vice-chairman and whole-time...

Govt mulls new category to impose import duties on hi-tech products

The government is exploring the possibility of creating new categories in its tariff structure that will allow it to impose import duties on hi-tech products without violating a global agreement that mandates nil duties, reported Economic Times. The government has...

DoT clears Rs 4,000 crore Idea-ATC mobile tower sale deal

The telecom department (DoT) on Thursday cleared Idea Cellular’s sale of nearly 9,000 standalone towers to a local arm of American Tower Corp (ATC) for Rs 4,000 crore.  A top DoT official told ET the “Idea-ATC captive towers deal has been...

SDMC becomes first Indian civic body to generate solar energy

The SDMC claimed that it has become the “first” civic body in the country to generate solar energy by installing panels over rooftops of its over 55 buildings and earn a huge income in three months by selling surplus...

“By 2025, we aim to bag a spot in the we aim to bag...

To delve deep into the objectives of the draft Defence Production Policy 2018, we pursued the expert himself. On a scorching summer afternoon, the editorial team of Electronics Bazaar made its way to an office within the Ministry of...

Telecom subscriber base again crosses 1.2 bn mark in March

Telecom subscriber base in the country again crossed 1.2 billion mark, with mobile service companies recording a net addition of over 26 million customers in March, according to monthly subscriber report of telecom regulator Trai released. According to PTI, the...

Centre steps up focus on electronics exports

The government is drafting the upcoming National Electronics Policy (NEP) with increased focus on exports as it looks to harness the local capacity in electronic goods, including smartphones built for the domestic market, a top official told ET. The idea...

Rooftop solar installers seek extension to complete projects without losing subsidies

Rooftop solar installers in the country who had won bids to build rooftop projects on government buildings have now sought more time from the power ministry for the completion of the assigned work. The Distributed Solar Power Association (DiSPA) has...

India & Angola signs MoU for promoting bilateral cooperation in electronics and IT

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has been apprised of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Angola for promoting bilateral cooperation in the field of Electronics and Information Technology, reported Business Standard. The MoU intends to promote closer...

India approves Rs 3911 crore telecom investment for Meghalaya

The Centre on Wednesday approved implementation of the Comprehensive Telecom Development Plan for the North Eastern Region in Meghalaya at an estimated cost of Rs 3,911 crore. The approval was given by the Union cabinet, reported The Telegraph. The plan...

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