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Despite catchy slogans, we have built a bloated bureaucracy that has no bearing with the digital age.
The brand, which has focused on the Chinese market, is planning to expand presence to more markets. The global expansion would begin next month, when it would launch its first flagship phone in India, Android Central reported on Friday.
The company’s data centers are currently located in Singapore. “We don’t have a stated plan yet but we may look at opening an Indian data centre to be closer to customers in India. Some customers prefer local presence,” said Nikhil Arora, managing director, GoDaddy India.
How energy companies navigate this maze could determine the winners and losers in a lower-carbon future.
Violence never resolves any issue and no problem can be worked out by creating another, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday in his monthly 'Mann ki Baat' radio address - the first of the year.
67% of our revenue, over Rs 425 crore, is from radio; 33 per cent (about Rs 210 crore) is solutions, digital, events et al, says Prashant Panday
Mallya, who relocated to London in 2017, controlled Kingfisher Beer in India, where he is still a substantial shareholder
The idea of the campaign itself was very primal: Build relevance, repeat the brand name, create a catchy tune, show irreverent visuals that almost mirror the content on the TikToks and the Instagrams
This financial year should see 15-20 product launches in the US
Ananth Narayanan wants to turn Medlife into a $2-billion player
The ubiquitous mobile phone has long replaced almost every other form of entertainment in the country and in the process, also steadily overhauled the way we get entertained
Saying it would be a logistical nightmare is an understatement.
TCS, Infosys and HCL Technologies lead the race with huge investments to fuel next phase of growth
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Since Yashwant Sinha emphasised on reducing the government's stake in public sector banks, things have only worsened