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Airtel buys out Telenor India, adds customer base of 44m
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Bharti Airtel to acquire Telenor India

Telecom operator Bharti Airtel Will acquire the business of Telenor India for an undisclosed sum in all seven circles where it holds spectrum.Airtel today said it has "entered into a definitive agreement with Telenor South Asia Investments Pte Ltd to acquire Telenor (India) Communications Private Limited."In a separate statement, Telenor said that the transaction will not trigger any impairment. As of fourth quarter 2016, the remaining value of tangible and intangible assets in Telenor India ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

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REVEALED: Satya Nadella's plans for his India visit

On his three-day trip, the Microsoft CEO will meet governments and businesses to get them to use the company’s platforms, reports Ayan Pramanik Satya Nadella, the Indian-born chief executive of Microsoft, will kick-start a three-day visit to India on Monday.  He will make a pitch to more than 300 start-ups in Bengaluru to use the company’s platform to build new applications and host them on its Azure cloud platform, to grow Microsoft business. Nadella, who will engage with ...
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Demonetisation sucked in cash like vacuum cleaner: IMF

IMF said the repercussions from India's currency exchange initiative will likely persist through the first quarter of 2017. India's demonetisation led to huge cash shortages that have "adversely affected" consumption and like a "vacuum cleaner" it sucked in cash and then was slowly replacing the currency, a senior IMF official has said. "You've heard about so-called 'helicopter drops' of money with unconventional monetary policies, so one way to characterise this demonetisation initiative is ...
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Tough times ahead for India's steel producers

Traders blame demonetisation for subdued demand in retail segment It is going to be tough for domestic steel companies to maintain their toplines in coming quarters. With local demand for the industrial commodity not picking up on expected lines and government protection measures to phase out soon, primary producers could come under pressure to cut product prices going ahead. "If local demand continues to remain sluggish post March, then it is going to be a big problem for the steel ...
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Why India is a land of dream for Suzuki

The carmaker has managed to significantly improve its product mix in the past two-three years by successfully launching sedans, utility vehicles and premium hatchbacks. The India operations of Japanese automobile major Suzuki have, for the first time, emerged as a bigger entity to the group’s home market, Japan, in revenue terms. The change comes on the back of a double-digit growth here while its sales back home is on a decline. In addition to growing volumes in India, there is another ...
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Infosys is no longer a cut above the rest of India Inc

Even before Murthy’s reappointment to the board, the decision to let each of the founders have a go at the CEO role was an antithesis of the meritocracy that Infosys had established as its corporate culture, says Hetal Dalal. Infosys signified corporate governance in India for the longest time. Its founder has been instrumental in developing and strengthening the corporate governance framework in India [Narayana Murthy Committee Report on Corporate Governance (2003)]. And while India was ...
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Microsoft connects to Indians via Aadhaar

Use of Aadhaar on Skype Lite and LinkedIn will allow Microsoft to bring on board millions in small towns and rural areas lacking e-mail IDs, reports Sheetal Agarwal.  Microsoft has become the first global information technology company to adopt Aadhaar, the Indian citizen identification, as an identity tool for LinkedIn, the professional networking site. And, for Skype Lite, its video conferencing interface, as it tries to tap the growing number of Indian users without direct e-mail ...
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Why Indians vote for dons and criminals

'The voter thinks that the State is not going to impartially deliver services, provide justice, basic law and order, social insurance -- so as a voter it's very rational that I may choose a criminal who will help me navigate the State.''A weak State allows a criminal politician to be the person who provides that guarantee to mediate whatever problem the citizen has with the State.'   IMAGE: Anurag Kashyap's film Gangs of Wasseypur memorialises criminals with lengthy records as politicians.
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My life in Rangoon

Monica Sindhwani, whose family has lived in Myanmar for generations, left Rangoon for India at 20.Married to a retired Indian Army officer, she relives her memories of the pagodas, the greenery and the home she left nearly 40 years ago, with Rediff.com's Archana Masih, on the eve of the release of Vishal Bhardwaj's epic film, which is set in Rangoon of the 1940s.   IMAGE: Monica Sindhwani in the Burmese traditional longyi in the late 1960s in Burma. Photograph: Kind courtesy Monica ...
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2017 will see lower pay hikes across India

Increments in 2017 would be less than in 2016, says survey. Increments in 2017 would be less than in 2016, an Aon Hewitt survey said on Wednesday. Raises have been declining since 2007. ‘The survey projects a drop in pay increases to an average of 9.5 per cent across industries. While it’s a marginal decrease from the 2016 (10.5 per cent) spends, it reflects maturity that India Inc has displayed amid global and Indian economic and political events. This includes recent changes in ...
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