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Festive Fusion

A holistic wellness store, unique objets d'art, men's couture anda first-ever fragrance make our offerings a festive potpourri.

 
 

Tech addiction tends to get obsessive nowadays, but there are ways to gain control and make technology a true enabler.

Recently, Google updated the Google Play developer policy and limited the access third party apps get for user data.
India, due to a surge in oil prices and a falling rupee, is at the top of FPIs' selling radar.
A dive into the role of coal in a world dominated by renewables.
Mi Air Purifier 2S, from the house of Xiaomi, can be considered a great buy for its smart functionality and competitive pricing.
Reliance Industries dethroned Tata Consultancy Services from the top spot, clocking growth of 50.8%. HDFC Bank retained the third position.
Researchers at the University of Washington have been working on bringing connectivity to 3D-printed objects.

Odisha has done well on GSDP growth. It is now looking to attract value-added players in the metals space and rev up its MSME sector.

 
 
When the company launched the video chat feature in June this year as part of its in-app direct messaging system, it supported four people.
Jet Airways is perhaps one step away from being dragged to the bankruptcy proceedings by its lenders or trade partners.
Former SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya's joining the RIL board can't technically be faulted.
Of the three iPhones announced recently, the iPhone XR is the most affordable.
An analysis of BT 500 data shows double-digit income growth and improvement in debt-servicing capabilities, though valuations are on the higher side.
Around $2.71 bn value of minerals produced in Odisha in April 2017 to February 2018. The state accounted for the largest share of India's mineral production.

As the wave of #MeToo transcends over India Inc., companies will have to get their act together to provide a safe and secure work environment to all employees.

Survey after survey shows that consumers are feeling gloomy about their prospects. that is something the government should worry about.