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Dr. Vaidya's Uses a 5,000 year-old Science to Solve 21st Century Problems With the Launch of HERBOfit and LIVitup 25.9.2017 New Kerala: Business India
MUMBAI, September 24, 2017 : 'Vaidya' means Ayurvedic doctor and, Arjun Vaidya, CEO of Dr. Vaidya's, comes with 150 years and 6 generations of Ayurvedic legacy. With this rich legacy though, he believes that somewhere Ayurveda has lost its appeal in the modern generation.
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One surprise standout for Uber: Food delivery 25.9.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Uber came late to food delivery, which is a $100 billion-plus market, or about 1 per cent of the total food market, according to a study by McKinsey
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Cola brands are creating fizz without the star 25.9.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Cola brands have to keep the unique positioning intact to avoid over-reliance on celebrity endorsers
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Sistema forms joint venture to bring Russian kids' brand Concept Group to India 25.9.2017 ET: Retailing
Concept Group, one of Russia’s leading fashion retailers, creates collections and sells women’s clothing, accessories as well as children’s wear through its own retail stores.
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Ford-Mahindra alliance reflects pressures on automakers 24.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
American Ford Motor Company and homegrown vehicle-maker Mahindra and Mahindra have said that they will launch a strategic alliance to counter challenges posed by fast-changing technology and global competition. The agreement, which builds on a former alliance that was unwound in 2005, is another sign that Ford Chief Executive Jim Hackett, who took over in May, has begun to steer the automaker in a different direction. Ford and other global automakers are under pressure as policymakers demand that they shift their product-lines entirely to electric vehicles over the next two to three decades. One potential benefit to Ford of a partnership with Mahindra is access to lower-cost electric vehicle designs and local suppliers it needs to compete in markets such as India. Ford has less than 3% market share in India, although its exports from the country are expanding rapidly. Near term, Mahindra could help Ford lower its distribution costs or send production work to Fords Indian plants. At the same time, ...
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A place called home 24.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
A native of The Netherlands, Martijn Rauwers and his wife Jasmin Beverwijk moved to Bengaluru with their children - Simon and Lisa - a year and a half ago. It was at Jasmin's instance that the family came here and now they are more than happy to call Bengaluru their second home. The family lived in Arnhem, a small town close to the border of Germany. Martijn met Jasmine at Wageningen University in The Netherlands. Martijn works for a startup that specialises in sustainable business models for healthy cities, food supply chains, waste, energy and water infrastructure back home but is currently on a break. Jasmin was born in Mymensingh, Bangladesh, but doesn't remember anything of her life in that country. "I was brought to an orphanage in Dhaka, when there was famine and chaos there, Bangladesh had just become independent of Pakistan. When I was about two years old I was adopted by a Dutch couple who I consider as my natural parents," says Jasmine, who has lived and travelled across the world. Jasmine had ...
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Bosch embraces change! 24.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Monday
German auto components giant Bosch, which set foot on Indian soil in 1922, has now become a household name - be it in automotive components, or building and security solutions. The company, which is headquartered in Bengaluru, has 'constantly been in a state of evolution'. From a supplier of automotive components and technologies, it has diversified into other business areas such as energy, building solutions, consumer durables and electrified solutions. "Its composition is akin to an onion bulb. Every layer opens up a new facet about the Group and the environment in which it operates," Soumitra Bhattacharya, Managing Director, Bosch Limited, and President, Bosch Group India says. "We have made headway from being an intelligent organisation to a connected set-up. For Bosch India, transitioning to a connected era requires a change in mindset. The decision to become a smart, and then eventually a connected company, is not an option but an imperative for long-term success. To embrace the opportunities put ...
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Tax raids on CCD find Rs 650 cr concealed income 24.9.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The Income Tax Department raids on Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) retail chain since Thursday found Rs 650 crore concealed income from the documents seized, said an official on Sunday.
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Prime subscriptions grow four times during Amazon's festive sale 24.9.2017 Latest News
Says its 2017 festive sale is its largest sale event in India so far; sees growth in phone, fashion segments in festive sale
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95 mobile companies set up plants in India: IT Minister 24.9.2017 Latest News
He said that young entrepreneurs are growing their businesses and raising hundreds of millions from investors
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95 mobile companies set up plants in India: IT Minister 24.9.2017 Hindu: National
Law and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today said that 95 mobile manufacturing companies have set up their plants under the new government.“Today 95 mobile manufacturing factories have come in India...
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Five apps that technologically empower, digitise SME transactions 24.9.2017 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi , Sept 24 : Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) form the backbone of our economy. Amidst a challenging business environment, Indian SMEs have maintained consistent growth. However, the industry faces challenges like lack of adequate capital and receiving payments on time.
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Max Healthcare launches Max@Home, brings patient care to homes 24.9.2017 ET: Healthcare
To begin with, the company is focusing on the National Capital Region (NCR) along with Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali, with plans to add other cities going forward.
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Nasscom expects revival in tech spends, demand uptick in US in FY19 24.9.2017 Latest News
Nasscom President R Chandrasekhar also exuded confidence that the industry would be able to meet this year's growth target
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Challenge for Ramdev's Patanjali as Sri Sri Ayurveda to enter 30 markets 24.9.2017 Latest News
Sri Sri Ayurveda will focus on Latin America, including Brazil and Argentina
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Will work with local partners to customise solutions for India: NetAPP CTO 24.9.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Interview with Mark Bregman
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Day in the life of an ambulance crew 24.9.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
A normal day for an ambulance staff member at the Centralised Accident and Trauma Services (CATS) ambulance office in the Acharya Shree Bhikshu Hospital in Moti Nagar area starts at 8 am. This is when he logs into his company 'tablet' and tells them that he is ready to take calls now. He then gets set for a 12-hour shift which requires him to be on his toes at all times as the calls rarely stop. To get an idea of the trials and pressures that paramedic staff face, DNA took a trip with two paramedics of an ambulance — Anil Singh, 30, a pilot for the BVG contracted CATS, and Hari Kumar, 24 (names changed). As a team, the duo have been transferring patients across the city for the last two years. At 9 am, they receive their first call to take a patient suffering from respiratory disorder from Maharaja Agrasen Hospital to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. "It is difficult to transfer patients from one hospital to another, especially if it is a referral from a government hospital to a 'higher centre' ...
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How the oldest IT company IBM is discovering its India story 24.9.2017 ET: IETS
This is not the first time IBM is transforming itself. Founded in 1911, it has seen a few already, including in the early ’90s when it faced bankruptcy.
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Irda to take call on PE funding soon 23.9.2017 deccanherald.com
The Insurance Regulatory Development Authority of India (Irda) will come out with a decision in a month's time on allowing private equity (PE) firms to buy stake in insurance companies, its chairman, T S Vijayan said. "In insurance companies, we look at it in two different ways—investors and promoters. Anybody can invest in the company, for promoter, we are studying what is the feasibility, if at all somebody is coming, what are the conditions that need to be in place," said Vijayan while, inaugurating an Assocham Global Insurance Summit. "We have put a team, we are legally examining it and we will take a decision in a month or so," added the Irdai chairman. He also informed that though Irda has just formed a committee for risk based capital model but gave no deadline for its introduction. "In Irda, we have things like 150% of solvency margins irrespective of numbers etc, we are trying to move towards risk-based capital model. We have started forming a committee and have started discussion, it ...
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