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Indian Railways along with UNDP target 5GW solar by 2025

State-owned firm Indian Railways, which carries 23 million passengers everyday, is targeting 5GW of solar by 2025 in partnership with global development organisation UNDP. Presenting at the International Conference on Decarbonisation of Indian Railways, Mission Electrification, Prodyut Mukherjee, national technical consultant,...

Reliance inks MoUs with AP govt for Rs 52,000-cr investment

Giving a boost to Andhra Pradesh in its efforts to garner big ticket investments that could spur job creation, Reliance Industries Limited today inked two agreements with the state government promising a total investment of Rs 52,000 crore in...

Panasonic India Aims Rs 12,300 Crore Revenue This FY

Panasonic is aiming for revenues of Rs 12,300 crore in India this fiscal, driven by its refrigerator and TV businesses. In a recent report PTI has stated that Panasonic's revenue in the previous financial year was of about Rs 10,500 crore. They...

Private firms to produce weaponry for defence after PMO, Jaitley’s push: Report

A firm push from the Prime Minister’s Office and Defence Minister Arun Jaitley has opened the gates for the private sector to play a key role in the production of weapon systems for the armed forces, says an Economic...

Govt plans to phase out incandescent bulbs in the next 3 years

The government plans to phase out the iconic incandescent BSE 0.00 per cent bulbs by 2020, putting gradual bans on production and sale starting with high voltage lamps, and encourage consumers to use energy efficient alternatives, an official said. Incandescent...

Xiaomi Starts Local Manufacturing of Mi LED TVs to boost Make in India

Xiaomi plans to locally assemble the Mi LED TVs and targets a production capacity of 100,000 Mi LED TVs per month by the first quarter of 2019 Smartphones producer, Xiaomi has kickstarted its smart Mi LED TV manufacturing in partnership with Dixon Technologies...

Keselec Schreder installs remotely controlled smart LED street lights in Ujjain

An Indo-Belgian joint venture company, Keselec Schreder has said that it has joined hands with Ujjain Nagar Nigam to provide them remotely controlled smart LED street lights at Agar Road in Ujjain. The company has already installed 250 voltana...

New Industrial Policy Intends to Align India with Emerging Technologies

The New Industrial Policy is in sync with the challenges and opportunities for India with the fourth industrial revolution technologies The New Industrial Policy, framed by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry in consultation with all the ministries, state governments,...

ITU to Set up South Asia Area office in New Delhi

ITU local area office will accelerate the structured implementation of ITU's development programmes The global telecom body International Telecommunication Union (ITU) will set up its local area office for South Asia in the national capital. ITU South Asia Area Office...

Panasonic launches its first AI based smartphones in India

Aiming to give users a simplified and an enhanced user experience, Panasonic India launched two new smartphones that are equipped with “Arbo” — the company’s in-house developed artificial intelligence (AI)-based virtual assistant. Manish Sharma, President and CEO, Panasonic India and...

Israel aerospace firm inks defence deal worth over $2 billion with India

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) announced the signing of contracts worth almost $2 billion for supply of medium range surface to air missiles (MRSAM) and missile defence systems to the Indian Army. According to IANS, IAI said in a statement...

More basic phone users eye upgrade to 4G phone in India

One out of two basic phone users in India intends to buy a 4G feature phone in the next six months, International Data Corp said, adding that a third of feature phone users wants to purchase data-enabled devices next...

Vodafone, TCS, L&T, TechM in fray for smart meters tender

Leading Indian and foreign companies including Vodafone, TCS, Larsen & Toubro, Tech Mahindra, Tata Power and France’s EDF are eyeing government’s purchase of 50 lakh smart meters, which will give them access to big data on power consumption and...

LED industry’s PCB makers demand a change in the custom duty structure

Quality is not a problem but quantity is the area in which the Indian PCB industry is lagging behind China. This is making LED players dependent on imported PCBs. To counter this situation, the local PCB industry is suggesting...

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