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Category: Bengaluru business
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Chemists' shops likely to remain shut on May 30 28.5.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Chemists' shops likely to remain shut on May 30
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Online drug sale: Chemists to shut shop on Tuesday | Bengaluru News - Times of India 28.5.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Online drug sale: Chemists to shut shop on Tuesday | Bengaluru News - Times of India
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Lack of signboards makes commuting difficult 27.5.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Have you found yourself at crossroads in the city, confused about which road to take to reach your destination? This is an everyday struggle for most Bengalureans who lose their way in the interior lanes and areas in various parts of the city. A courier reaching a wrong address is not a rare happening as many buildings and homes bear old numbers and have not been replaced with the new ones. Areas such as Malleshwaram and the other old localities in the Central Business District (CBD) have multiple main roads and cross roads, creating a labyrinth. Some cross roads lead to other areas. But most times, these diversions do not bear proper signboards. Without proper signboards, it is easy to lose your way, especially if you are not a local resident. Besides, the city has a few areas that have similar names. This can confuse people even more. Also, Halasuru and Ulsoor are the names of the same area, used as alternatives frequently. This can lead to more confusion for a non-local. In Bengaluru, 'cross' is used ...
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L&T Realty banks on large projects 27.5.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
The company plans to launch three malls of 1.2 million sq ft in Hyderabad in the next six months
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IT forum petitions against Wipro 27.5.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
FITE has already approached labour commissions in Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune
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SnapBizz to collaborate with 100,000 kirana stores in 2 years 27.5.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
The company receives a fee from the FMCG brands for providing them key consumer insights
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British Airways IT outage: Sunday flights to India cancelled 27.5.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
The information technology (IT) outage at British Airways hit flights to India as well
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Cognizant layoff plea closed in favour of sacked staff: Govt 27.5.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
The Cognizant layoff case has been closed in favour of employees and the company has been asked to hold talks one-on-one to resolve the issue. "We have closed the case in favour of affected employees and suggested the company management to continue everybody and hold one-on-one discussion to resolve the issue," Telangana Joint Labour Commissioner Chandra Shekaram today told PTI over phone from Hyderabad. As many as eight employees had filed petition with the labour department, complaining against Cognizant for forced resignation as the company went ahead with a performance-based human resource review. "Yesterday, a team from Cognizant met the joint commissioner of labour in Hyderabad," the Cognizant spokesperson said. "We reiterated that allegations about employees being forced to resign are totally unfounded. Cognizant has not conducted any layoffs and changes resulting from the company's performance review process are consistent with the standard practice that has been followed by the IT industry for ...
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TOPSGRUP forays into home services 27.5.2017 Hindu: Business
TOPSGRUP, a leading security services provider with more than 1,30,000 employees, has diversified into ‘on demand’ home services segment to provide ‘reliable and trustworthy’ home service providers in...
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Tales behind the new Indian industry 27.5.2017 Hindu: Home
Alan Rosling’s book Boom Country?The New Wave of Indian Enterprise offers a new perspective on new age Indian businesses
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Bengaluru street vendors demand right of space, ID cards 27.5.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Bengaluru street vendors demand right of space, ID cards
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IPL 2017: It brings 500 million interactions on Instagram 27.5.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
With 13.5 mn followers, RCB skipper Virat Kohli is the undisputed king of Instagram
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Bosch India revenues grow 7.6 pc to touch Rs 10,983 Cr 27.5.2017 Central Chronicle » Business
Agencies, Bengaluru Bosch India Ltd., a leading global supplier of technology and services, registered a... more »
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Church Street traders rue 50% slump in business 27.5.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Church Street traders rue 50% slump in business
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Infosys, HDFC, Big 4 in queue with startups for GST Suvidha Providers licence 27.5.2017 ET: Policy
Flipkart, too, has applied to be a GSP in what industry experts said could be a strategic move to get more sellers on board by offering tax solutions
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3 fake Pakistanis remanded to 14-day police custody 27.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A local court on Friday remanded the three Pakistan nationals held for staying illegally with fake identities in the city to 14-day police custody till June 9 for interrogation.
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Job losses in IT industry to impact residential real estate 27.5.2017 Business Standard: Today
Indian IT hubs of Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune, Navi Mumbai and Noida could be most impacted
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IT industry seeks opportunities in China, APAC region 26.5.2017 deccanherald.com
Realising the diminishing fortune from the North American region, Indian IT industry has decided to take proactive steps to forge alliances in countries like China, Japan and other Asia-Pacific countries to tap growing opportunities there. Besides the pro-protectionist measure initiated by US administration, the $150-billion IT sector is facing heats from aggressive pricing pressures and technological changes taking place across the globe and growing job cuts in its home turf. According to analysts, Indian IT companies can tap opportunities worth $250 billion in Apac region, primarily China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Philippines and Malaysia. Indian IT industry association Nasscom organised a strategic meeting early this week with China Software Industry Association (CSIA) in Zhongguancun Software Park. Besides India software industry cooperation and exchange forum and the National Development and Reform Commission High-tech Industry Division officals, CSIA Director of International Cooperation Fu Xiaoyu ...
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20 startups set to enter London 26.5.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
A total of 20 startups, majority of them from Bengaluru, have been selected in this year's India Emerging 20 (IE20) programme. The programme is an initiative aimed at high growth, knowledge-based companies formed after 2000. Of 345 Indian companies that entered the programme this year, 50 startups were shortlisted, and top 20 were selected at an event held here. The IE20 programme launched by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan's business and promotional agency, London & Partners, supported by Santander UK, BDO and Newland Chase, has uncovered some of India's most promising companies looking to expand on the international stage. These 20 startups — from travel tech to dairy tech, and from stem cell technology to science for children, will be able to expand, scale up and start business in London. These companies have been invited to London, during the London Tech Week which will start on June 12, to help facilitate international partnerships, alliances, business opportunities and discover how to take ...
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Samsung eyes larger pie in TV market 26.5.2017 Deccan Herald - Business
South Korean electronics behemoth Samsung is targeting a sizeable 35% market share in the Indian TV industry by the end of this year, on the back of new product launches and value-added service initiatives. Currently, the company commands a market share of 31%. Sharing the company's vision with DH, Samsung Vice President (Consumer Electronics Business) Rajeev Bhutani said, "We are constantly investing in R&D to launch new products, but want to remain committed to all screen sizes and price-points. Throughout the industry, the consumer is moving towards larger TVs, and we want to provide offerings in line with consumer preferences." According to the EY-Ficci Study on Indian electronics and consumer durables, dated April 2015, the market for televisions in India was estimated to be valued at Rs 73,500 crore in 2016, growing at a CAGR of 17%. Bhutani mentioned that the 32-inches and below TV segment has remained static in the country since the last couple of years, while the 40-inches and above category has ...
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