- China, India and South Korea see wealth erosion of $1.4 trillion in 2018
- Market Mind: Sugar may remain sour for long
- Equity returns are likely to remain muted, says Sanjay Mookim
- FMCG stock: Nestle's growth trajectory will remain healthy, say experts
- Street signs: Manpasand stock falls, sibling rivalry at play, and more
- Pai-backed Neev realty fund to shut down as tier-II developers struggle
- AIIB to give India $200 million for road, energy and infrastructure
- HDFC Mutual Fund's perks to distributors make industry see red
- Idea-Voda merger likely to get delayed over DoT's fresh demand of Rs 47 bn
- Turkey elections 2018: Erdogan, ruling AK Party build comfortable lead
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December 08, 2017, Friday | Markets
This is the second move by Sebi to allow institutional participants in the commodity derivatives market
October 29, 2015, Thursday | Economy & Policy
Manufacturers will be asked to provide support for a minimum of three local languages and 14 scripts
December 26, 2014, Friday | Economy & Policy
Cabinet approved blueprint for Digital India project in August this year
November 04, 2014, Tuesday | Companies
Launches speech recognition tool for Hindi; major Indian languages such as Bengali, Tamil and Marathi to be covered in 15 months
March 08, 2014, Saturday | Economy & Policy
The Rs 1,000-cr fund has at least two projects under which organisations are working on personal safety devices for women
July 24, 2013, Wednesday | Companies
The system can run without power for three days
June 19, 2013, Wednesday | Technology
Any company meeting certain criteria would be able to use the brand
June 20, 2012, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
With increase in transactions taking place in the e-world, the income tax department is keeping a vigil on online shopping stores and messenger services like BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) to keep a tab on deals that could have ramifications of ...
March 30, 2011, Wednesday | Technology
Sampark Machine Translation (Sampark MT) System, designed and developed by the Indian Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad (IIIT-H)-ed consortium, offers online translation between different pairs of Indian languages.
December 09, 2010, Thursday | Economy & Policy
The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is set to host its second meet on Cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG) on December 9-10, 2010. An information network enabling all constituencies in the cancer community sponsored by the ...
July 18, 2010, Sunday | Economy & Policy
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has finalised the list of 15 training agencies empanelled with it for providing training to various personnel working for the enrolment agencies. UIDAI has also enlisted 220 agencies who are ...
March 18, 2009, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
Directorate of Income-Tax Investigation (DITI), Mumbai has set up a 'Cyber Forensic Lab' with the help of Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC).
March 24, 2008, Monday | Opinion
There has never been a more intense global industry debate over open standards. On the one hand is Microsofts Office Open XML (OOXML) file format backed by Apple, Novell, Wipro, Infosys, TCS, and
March 21, 2008, Friday | Technology
Microsoft today suffered another major blow when India said "no" to the software major's format Office Open XML (OOXML).
December 07, 2006, Thursday | Technology
The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) is all set to launch software tools in Punjabi, Marathi, Malyalam, Kannada, Assamese, Bengali and Oriya by March 2007.
August 25, 2005, Thursday | Companies
Despite the hue and cry made by the country's pharmaceutical industry for expediting the processing and publishing of all the patent applications, the Patent Office modernisation programme, which
January 05, 2005, Wednesday | Technology
School of Education Technology (SET), Jadavpur University (JU), today launched its first multimodal digital distance education (MDDE) programme, in partnership with CMC Ltd and Centre for
August 14, 2004, Saturday | Specials
Bookmobiles are bridging the digital divide in small towns and villages