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Asian stocks pulled back from a 19-month high on Thursday, while the dollar tried to steady from losses suffered in the wake of the U.S. Federal Reserve minutes indicating a cautious approach to more interest rate increases.
The US technology giant is bringing cloud and world class artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to India, use of which will cut costs and remove frictions.
This is a minor drop from last year when the average pay hike was 10.2 per cent.
The pink colored notes had 'Children Bank of India' written in place of Reserve Bank of India and the serial number was '000000'.
The layoffs will be done across Snapdeal, Vulcan (logistics) and Freecharge (digital payments business), sources said.
The company has priced the gaming laptop at Rs 79,990, while the desktop is available at a price of Rs 1,39,990.
The app has been developed at the company's Hyderabad R & D Centre.
Govind Rajan, the CEO of Snapdeal-owned FreeCharge, has put in his papers after less than 2 years of joining the digital payments firm.
The India born CEO also participated in a round table at NITI Aayog on tapping into cloud computing for good governance in the country.
- Asia stocks ease, dollar steadies after Fed-led losses
- Microsoft to launch Skype with Aadhaar seeding for banking
- Google India is the best company to work for, says BT-PeopleStrong survey
- India Inc to see single-digit rise in salaries this year
- HP expands gaming portfolio with Omen range of notebooks and desktops
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