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Instagram Gets More 'Accessible'

The first feature uses object recognition technology to generate descriptions of photographs.

 
 
Hindustan Unilever's recent Rs 31,700 acquisition of GSK's consumer business (including Horlicks, Maltova, and Boost), makes it the country's largest food major.
The requirement for e-commerce players to collect tax on each sale has backfired.
Post the IL&FS crisis, banks and mutual funds are being very cautious about lending to non-banking finance institutions.
The watch sports a 42 mm circular case in black along with a 20 mm interchangeable black band.
Public finances were marked by deviations from targets in 2017/18. A look at the numbers that matter.

Sun Pharma began the month with shockwaves about irregular practices but is trying to rally after clarifying its stance.

Valid till 2023, the policy has a subsidy of Rs 22,000 for new e-two wheelers with a scrappage incentive of Rs 15,000 for old BS II and BS III e-two wheelers.

During elections, campaigning rules for social media should be more overarching.

 
 
Twenty-five years old and Jet Airways' future appears dicey, its performance affected by tough market conditions and high Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) price.
Doha's exit announcement came just a few days before a crucial OPEC meet.
In an era of disruption, lifelong learning is the way to outpace obsolescence.
India was ranked fifth in power generation capacity. In electricity production, the country is the third in the world.

The GVK Group is taking a host of debt reduction measures even as it tries to look at growth options in the airports business.

Companies that use technology to improve farm production and distribution are attracting investor interest.

There are global factors - from oil and trade wars to currency wars - all of which can derail the interest rate easing cycle.
China and the United States have paused their ongoing trade standoff, at least for now.

The country is getting bolder on renewables, but traditional resources also need an aggressive relook to ensure energy independence.