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Citibank to launch Citi Priority, retail banking platform
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Citibank to launch Citi Priority, retail banking platform

Mumbai, Sept 24: To cater to the wealth and consumption needs of the growing base, Citibank India today announced the launch of a new retail banking platform Citi Priority to cater digital, convenient, simple and efficient banking experience to ... Siasat Daily, 2 weeks ago

India auto industry body calls for unified emissions rules

The government said in a statement earlier this year that by April 1, 2017 cars sold in all Indian cities will need to meet the Bharat Stage IV norms. India's auto industry body called on Friday for a single set of emission norms to be introduced in the country, simplifying operations for carmakers who would be able sell the exact same car across the nation's 29 states. A lack of clean fuel in every Indian state has forced the auto industry to follow two different emission rules in the country, ...
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The man who stole India's past

'It was only relatively recently that Subhash Kapoor was able to secure the sources in India, Afghanistan and Cambodia, that allowed him to get the really highest level objects, and that helped propel him in recent years up the ranks.' 'The art market is a $50 billion market that is almost entirely unregulated. So people like Kapoor can operate without fear of being caught.' Jason Felch, who has investigated the antiquities trade for many years, discusses the Subhash Kapoor case and the ...
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Wipro to provide 35,000 books to needy children in N America

For this it has entered into a tie up with First Book, a non-profit social enterprise. India's leading global IT company Wipro has said it will provide new books to tens of thousands of children in need across five cities in North America. For this it has entered into a tie up with First Book, a non-profit social enterprise. Wipro and First Book will distribute 35,000 books to educators and programme leaders in 2015, serving kids from low-income families in Jefferson City (Missouri), Atlanta, ...
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This country needs benevolent dictator to set it right: Om Puri

Indian Express reports: When a person of Om Puri's stature takes centrestage and says something, people are bound to sit up and take notice. So, when he says that "the country needs a benevolent dictator to set it right," the statement carries enough weight and reason for its utterance. "Dont get me wrong, but I feel India needs to earn its democratic status. Let there be a benevolent dictator, a fair and strong leader who can run this country and then, in 10-15 years, restore ...
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People-to-people cooperation needed to tackle climate issues: US envoy

US ambassador to India Richard Verma on Thursday batted for people-to-people cooperation in dealing with global environmental challenges even as he underscored the "important" role films and technology can play in spreading awareness in this regard. Addressing a gathering at a curtain raiser event for 8th CMS Vatavaran, an Environment and Wildlife Film Festival and Forum, which was also attended by activist Rajendra Singh and filmmaker Krishnendu Bose, Verma maintained that climate is a big ...
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Indian entrepreneurs start again after failed ventures

There is more appetite for failure both in entrepreneurs and early-stage investors, say analysts  Anand Satyan (left) loves discussing sports with friends, but since many of them are overseas it's hard to keep in touch. He has started Boutline - a platform for sports fans to engage with one another.Boutline isn't Satyan's first start-up. He earlier co-founded and ran a crowdsourced e-commerce delivery start-up DeliverWithMe which shut in July 2013, within a year and half after its ...
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What Modi proved by his Silicon Valley visit

'If such is the ambition to effect change, India is a platform where an innovation can be tested on a scale unavailable in most places.' 'To take the simplest example, where else are hundreds of millions in one country waiting for Internet access, for better broadband, for 4G roll out -- millions of them in each of these categories -- of the ascending scale?' asks Ambassador B S Prakash. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ A few days before Modi's visit to San Jose, Rediff published my column ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago India Prime Minister Modi Sells Digital Dream But Can He Deliver?  New America Media1 week ago The art of selling India  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago After charm offensive, critical for PM Narendra Modi to deliver on Digital India, JAM, SEBs  Financial Express1 week ago

For Uber, India a bigger hub of talent than China

In the back of its recent $1-bn investment in India, the cab-hailing service intends to triple its headcount In a recent television interview, Travis Kalanick, co-founder and chief executive of Uber, the San Francisco-based cab hailing service, said India could surpass China or America in the company's ranking of its markets. And, if hiring patterns of a company are a precursor to its plans, this might already be taking place. A recent survey of Uber's job openings shows that India has ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Didi Kuaidi invests in India's Uber rival Ola  Mobile Money Live1 week ago China's Didi Kuaidi backs Ola to compete Uber in India  Financial Express1 week ago China's Didi Kuaidi driving to India with an investment in Ola  E271 week ago

Death toll of Indians in Hajj stampede rises to 58

India has lost 58 nationals in the Hajj stampede in Saudia Arabia last month while 78 are still missing, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Sunday. The minister said the government was making every effort to locate its people. "Hajj stampede -- We have lost 58 Indians. As many as 78 are missing. We are doing everything to locate our people," Swaraj tweeted. According to Saudi authorities, 769 Muslim pilgrims were killed in a stampede at the annual Hajj near the holy city of Mecca ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Death toll of Indians in Haj stampede rises to 58  Rediff.com6 days ago India toll rises in Saudi Hajj stampede  BBC1 week ago India raises death toll for citizens in hajj stampede to 18  Mail.com2 weeks ago
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