February 2018

Uber Claims That It Is Fully Pledged To India

Uber, the ride-hailing San Francisco-based company, has declined report of its way out from the market of India as “unjustified rumor.” “Our commerce in India is stronger than before and we are fully pledged to catering to our driver partners and riders in the country,” a spokesperson of Uber claimed to the media in an interview this week. A top official at SoftBank, which lately turned out to be biggest

Modi Recalls 1997...When Birds Tweeted, Amazon Referred To Jungle

Narendra Modi, PM of India recalls the time when Harry Potter was not a household name, only birds used to tweet, and Amazon was just a dense forest. He referred to that time when life was a lot simpler without much networking and big data. The world has witnessed great changes since 1997 and is expected that it will be witnessing changes in the coming years. During the Annual Meeting

Faf Du Plessis Surprised At Frequent Changes In Indian Team

Losing two test matches against South Africa has raised too many questions on the selection procedure of the Indian team. Not two test matches have seen the same team under Virat Kohli. Besides press and other cricket experts, even the skipper of the opponent team, Faf Du Plessis informed he was amazed to see so many frequent changes in the Indian cricket team. Till date the Indian team has played

CM Vasundhara Raje Missed The 11th Jaipur Literature Festival’s Opening

With the Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje missing the inauguration of JLF (Jaipur Literature Festival), the annual fest began with a low note. The five-day fest is organized at the beautiful Diggi Palace while starting the event with graceful dance and musical performance. The 11th edition of LJF will experience nearly 350 talents speakers from varied fields and explore their creative thoughts with engaging discussions. Margaret Alva, the former Rajasthan Governor,

Muslim Researcher Urges Sikhs To Explore The Deep Roots Of Sikh History In Pakistan

Sikh followers have been suggested by a Muslim young researcher based in Pakistan that Sikhs shouldn’t limit their Pakistan visit till the “Gurudwara” but urge to discover the deep-rooted history of their community. Jahandad Khan from the province of Pakistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the young researcher from North-Eastern region in a media interaction mentions that Pakistan is not just for the Gurudwara and Guru Nanak sites but has the prestigious history

Public Transport A Key Factor For 2nd Amazon Headquarter

Amazon shortlisted 20 cities for its second headquarters and will soon give out a name. As per a spokesperson of the company, he said that the decision will be made on the basis of: HIGHER ED To make sure a supply of highly talented employment in the upcoming time, Amazon claimed in its request for initiatives that a sturdy university network is needed. Some of the cities on the list

Hyderabad Literary Festival Is Likely To Expect Nearly 100 Artists And Writers

The 8th edition of HLF (Hyderabad Literary Festival) will kick start on the January 28 this year while expecting nearly 100 of famous artists, journalists, filmmakers, scholars and writers from across the globe for participation. The fest will be held for three days at Hyderabad Public School while showcasing an assortment of creativity by the participants. The HLT (Hyderabad Literary Trust) organizes the Hyderabad Literary Festival in association with the

Sonu Sood And Manoj Bajpayee Offer Condolence To The Mother Of Ajaz Khan, Ex-Bigg Boss Participant

The ex-Bigg Boss participant, Ajaz Khan who gained the name and fame due to the most-popular reality show, recently tweeted on his Twitter handle about the demise of his mother along with her picture while requesting his near and dear ones to pray for her to soul to rest in peace. His twitter post mentions that his mother no longer exists and the “Inna Lillahi Wa inna Illahi Razun Janaze”

Imports From China Edge Out Local Solar Companies

The National Solar Mission might have placed a goal of 20 Million Meter Square (m2) solar thermal power with panels of “Make in India.” But the planned incentives package of the government has left this sector of the local solar market out in the dark although it is getting rushed off under feet by affordable imports from Chinese. The ministry of renewable energy has planned a swing of incentives only

Get Almost 55% Discount On TVS, Laptops And More On Amazon Great Indian Sale

Amazon, the leading e-commerce behemoth, is all ready to begin its first sale of 2018. The firm lately declared that it will be conducting from January 21, 2018, to January 24, 2018, the Great Indian Sale. At the time of this sale, the firm will be providing discounts on all the goods all over different segments. The e-tailer will be offering extra 10% off to users of ICICI Bank and