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Alibaba group firm UCWeb said India accounts for about 20 per cent of the global userbase of its flagship UC Browser with about 80 million monthly active users.
Privately-held Rovio has struggled in recent years as profits from the Angry Birds franchise dropped, prompting deep job cuts and divestments.
Housing.com, once billed as one of India's most promising start-ups, has been struggling with losses and a management shake-up.
The Army reportedly has over 30,000 Gypsy units currently in service and are extensively used in troops and officers transportation.
Consumer affairs department has sent an advisory to state governments that sell the same commodity at different prices.
By delaying investments and policies, people in their 20s lose out on many advantages including better premium rates and tax exemptions.
India loves gold and during festivities this love grows beyond measure. Especially on Dhanteras, when buying gold is considered auspicious, the demand surges manifold.
In one of the biggest deals in the Indian aviation sector, SpiceJet will purchase up to 205 new aircraft from Boeing with the order valued at Rs 1,50,000 crore.
AIIMS Delhi has partnered with digital payments firm MobiKwik to enable cashless payment facility for doctors, staff and patients using the company's mobile wallet.
Users of PayTm took to social media to complain about the about service outage.
Snapdeal, India's largest online marketplace, brings the perfect antidote to cashless blues, with the exciting Snapdeal Unbox CashFree Sale, on December 5-6.
Everybody loves a good discount on air tickets, and low-cost carrier Go Air is offering exactly that to mark its 11th anniversary.
The diwali bonanza continues as Jet Airways offers a new all-inclusive fare list that starts at Rs 921.
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