Information Technology (IT) and Electronics Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Friday said that India's share in the global smart phone market may double in the next three years.
France and India on Thursday played down the security risk posed by leaked data on French-designed submarines that a source told Reuters was probably stolen by a French former employee and that has raised concerns over a $38 billion contract with
The government has given more time to seven SEZ developers and units including Kerala State IT Infrastructure and Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation to execute their projects.
French naval contractor DCNS has filed a complaint for breach of trust after a massive leak of documents concerning six Scorpene submarines it is building for India, a spokesman for the shipbuilder said on Friday.
Australian farmers are set to churn out record harvests of pulses such as chickpeas and lentils after they rushed to take advantage of surging prices due to shortages in India — the world's largest producer and consumer of pulses.
Australian defence officials warned French naval contractor DCNS to beef up security in Australia, where it is preparing to build a $38.13 billion (50-billion Australian dollars) fleet of submarines, in the wake of a massive data leak, a government
Goa police will seek help from their Maharashtra and Delhi counterparts for the security of the BRICS summit to be held in October in the coastal state.
As central bankers converge on this mountain resort Thursday for an annual conference on monetary policy, a couple of top Federal Reserve officials took the chance to renew a push for interest-rate hikes, citing improvement in employment and inflation.
An unusually large group of Federal Reserve policymakers appeared before activists on Thursday and defended their plans to raise interest rates to keep the US economy from eventually overheating.
Expectations of growth in the manufacturing sector improved marginally in July-September, fuelled by hopes of higher exports, according to a survey by Ficci.
A better than average monsoon, rise in urban demand due to pay hikes for government employees and pensioners, and policy reforms by the government could lead to 7.9 per cent gross domestic product (GDP) growth in India this year, global investment bank