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Government pushes online payments at kiraana shops

Moving ahead breakneck speed to boost cashless transactions, the Centre now proposes to rope in kirana shops with Meri Dukaan Digital Dukaan, an Aadhaar-linked payments mechanism, tailored on the lines of the ‘Paytm’ symbol. According to The Hindu, Ravi Shankar...

E-governance transactions in India cross Rs 10 billion

The total number of e-governance transactions in the country has crossed Rs 10 billion this year, the government web portal eTaal said on Friday. The portal — which disseminates e-transactions statistics of national and state level e-governance projects — said...

Chinese LED products seek to brighten India

Twenty lighting product manufacturers in Guangdong plan invest in a light-emitting diode or LED industrial park in India. The idea is to tap the vast market potential and lower costs in the populous South Asian country. Led by the Guangdong Solid...

CEAMA honours Anil Khera the’Man of Electronics’

Mr. Anil Khera, CEO, Videocon d2h was recognised as the “Man of Electronics” by CEAMA. This covered accolade is in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the growth of the consumer electronics and appliances industry in India and reaffirms...

GST could trip ‘Make in India’ for smartphones

India's success in making firms such as Samsung, Xiaomi, and Micromax to locally produce phones could become a cropper, once the Goods and Services Tax (GST) comes into effect, as the new taxation regime could neutralise the cost benefits...

NTPC plans to spend Rs 500 billion for replacing old plants

State-run generation utility NTPC will spend Rs 500 billion to replace outdated plants, which are more than 25 years old, aggregating 11,000 MW capacity with more efficient and less-polluting modern units to reduce carbon emission.   The move would catapult India...

‘Sunny’ CIAL lights up hope of solar-powered airports

The Cochin International Airport Limited(CIAL) at Nedumbassery, which is country’s first fully solar power-run airport, has become a game changer with no less than nine similar airport projects scheduled for completion before March 2017. According to a report tabled...

Viviana Mall installs India’s largest rooftop solar plant

Viviana Mall in Mumbai has installed one of the largest single-site solar plants in India. The mall, located in Thane, has constructed a 900,000 volt-ampere rooftop solar power plant, which the company said was the biggest in India. 900,000 volt-ampere refers...

Oil India Limited rolls out solar power plant

PSU energy firm Oil India inaugurated a 40 KW solar power plant at Guwahati, which will supply electricity to an eco-tourism project in Dibrugarh district. Utpal Bora, Chairman and Managing Director, Oil India Limited, inaugurated a 40 KW solar power...

India’s 58 per cent FDI in software, electronics came from China in April-September 2016

Foreign direct investment (FDI) of USD 22.47 million flowed in from China in the areas of computer software, electronics and telecommunications between April 2000 to September 2016, Parliament was informed today. According to PTI, P P Chaudhary, Minister of State...

India solar parks plan hit by infrastructural delays

The 34 planned solar parks in India earmarked for 20 GW of solar PV capacity under the country’s National Solar Mission (NSM) care running into a multitude of problems born not of solar-specific issues, but rather infrastructural problems and...

SECI to launch rooftop solar scheme for India

Solar Energy Corp. of India has recently launched a tender of 1000 MW capacity for development of grid-connected rooftop solar capacity for Central Government Ministries/Departments. This would be the largest rooftop tender to be launched by SECI, and is...

LG Electronics to spur growth

LG Electronics India has rejigged its senior leadership team, as it tries to spruce up business after a year of dismal growth and when white goods sales are forecast to remain muted at least for another quarter due to...

Jaipur metro plans to renovate stations with LED lights

Continuing its efforts to save electricity, the Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) has decided to replace all sodium lights at Vivek Vihar stationwith light-emitting diode (LED) lights. This would help JMRC to save Rs 8 lakh per month. At...

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