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iKaaz Partners With DCB Bank For Mobile Payment Solutions

Dec 23, 2014
As per the agreement, iKaaz will launch mobile payment solutions including its flagship Near Field Communications (NFC) based Tap ...

Snapdeal Opens Agri Store For Farmers

Dec 23, 2014
Snapdeal.Com, which started in 2010, is one of the fastest growing e-commerce company in India with over 60% of its orders coming ...

WTCIS Joins Hand With NIESBUD To Promote Small Business

Dec 23, 2014
NIESBUD is an organisation under the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, which is engaged in training, consultancy as...

'Automation Industry In Tier 2/3 Cities Witnessed Good Growth'

Dec 23, 2014
Manoj Kumar, EVP & CEO, Ricoh India Ltd takes over as Chairman, CII Office Automation & Imaging Division

Most Of The States Will Benefit From GST From Day One: Arun Jaitley

Dec 23, 2014
Finance Minister briefed the members about the series of meetings held by him with the Empowered Group of State Finance Ministers ...

New National Coir Policy For MSME Sector Within A Month: Kalraj Mishra

Dec 22, 2014
He was speaking at the inaugural function to launch a new coir products and transfer of technologies at the Central Coir Research ...

India Should Monitor IPR Issues And Sort Out Mutually: US

Dec 22, 2014
The issue is likely to be discussed through a high-level Intellectual Property Working Group under the India-US Trade Policy Forum...

India Needs To Reorient Its Trade Facilitation Policies: Rajeev Kher

Dec 22, 2014
The Commerce secretary felt that India will have to be more liberal in its imports substitution

Indian Government Looks To Boost Clean Energy

Dec 22, 2014
Outlining the new government’s priorities in the energy sector, Pranab Mukherjee, while addressing the first session of both Hou...

Australian SMEs Keen To Do Business With India

Dec 22, 2014
Nicola Watkinson, Australia's Senior Trade Commissioner (South Asia) suggested that SME sector, which was the backbone of the coun...

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