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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 2, 2018
Baba Ramdev had also said then that Colgate would be below Patanjali by the end of the year and in three years time they will overtake Unilever as well.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 20, 2018
The candidate will get the opportunity to work in various divisions of the firm including food, personal care, home care, etc.


BusinessToday.In
June 18, 2018
The much-awaited report by the Justice BN Srikrishna-led committee for a data protection framework for India is expected by the end of the month.


BusinessToday.In
June 17, 2018
Last month, Patanjali had released Kimbho app on Android's Play Store and iOS' App Store but removed it in just few hours of launch. Patanjali claimed that the instant messaging app was released for one-day trial and would be back on app stores officially very soon after technical development phase was over.


Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, June 15, 2018
In the past one year while competition has grown in strength, the Patanjali growth story has crumbled like a pack of cards.


BusinessToday.In
June 3, 2018
Interestingly, the removal of Kimbho from stores had come soon after Elliot had called the messaging app a 'security disaster'. Immediately after the launch, the French security researcher had claimed that he can access all the messages of users on Kimbho App.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 2, 2018
HMD Global launches Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3.1, Nokia 2.1; Xiaomi launches Mi 8, Mi 8 Explorer Edition and Mi 8 SE; Xiaomi launches Mi TV 4, Mi Band 3 and Mi VR Standalone, MIUI 10; Patanjali launches 'Kimbho' messaging app and SIM card and more tech news this week in BusinessToday.In Weekly Tech Wrap with Vivek Punj.


PTI
May 31, 2018



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 31, 2018
Xiaomi conducted it's mega launch event in China's Shenzen; Xiaomi launched Mi 8, Mi 8 Explorer Edition, Mi 8 SE, Mi Band 3, MIUI 10, Mi VR Standalone and a 75-inch MiTV 4 and Baba Ramdev's Patanjali launched WhatsApp rival Kimbho, it was taken down from both Android and iOS within hours. Watch more in this episode of Daily Tech Wrap with Danny D'Cruze.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 31, 2018
Xiaomi's mega launch event took place in Shenzen, China where the company launched the Mi 8, Mi 8 Explorer Edition, Mi 8 SE, MIUI 10, Mi Band 3, a standalone VR headset, and a 75-inch Mi TV 4.Xiaomi Mi 8As expected, the Xiaomi Mi 8 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 clocked at 2.8GHz with Adreno 630 GPU clocked at 710MHz. This is coupled with 6GB of RAM and either 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage. The new Xiaomi flagship has posted a score of 301,472 on Antutu benchmark, which is indicative of the most powerful smartphone to come from a Chinese manufacturer.Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer EditionThe Xiaomi Mi 8 features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, similar to the Mi 8, but will be available only with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. The biggest difference between the two devices is the under-screen fingerprint scanner available with Mi 8 Explorer Edition. The area covered by the fingerprint sensor on Mi 8 Explorer Edition is similar to the conventional one placed at the back of Mi 8. The Mi 8 Explorer Edition also features a transparent back, unlike the Mi 8.Xiaomi Mi 8 SEThe Xiaomi Mi 8 SE runs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC under the hood, which is coupled with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. The device has 64GB of internal storage. At the front is a 5.88-inch AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 2244x1080 pixels.The back of Mi 8 SE has a 12MP+5MP dual camera setup, whereas the front has a 20MP front camera. Both cameras boast AI features, with scene recognition capabilities, AI Beautify, and AI background bokeh for the selfie camera.Xiaomi Mi TV 4The Mi TV 4 is ultra thin, has a 75-inch display and comes with the company's own AI voice assistant. The TV comes with a 4K HDR Ultra HD display and has 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. Powered by a 64-bit ARM-A53 quad-core processor, the TV comes equipped with Dolby audio which will give enhanced audio experience. The TV flaunts other interesting features like its bezel less design, 4K resolution and the company's intuitive PatchWall UI that makes TV viewing all the more interactive for its users. The new Mi TV comes at a price of RMB 8,999 (around Rs 95,000). Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone The Mi VR Standalone is a virtual reality headset that Xiaomi has developed in collaboration with Facebook's Oculus. The VR headset needs a cable only to charge and one can use the phone without the help of a smartphone or any other hardware. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, the headset features an LCD panel with (2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolutions). The VR headgear comes in two variants - the 32GB base model with flash memory and the 64GB premium model.Xiaomi Mi Band 3One of the highlights from the Xiaomi event is the Mi Band 3. Just like its predecessor, the Mi Band 3 will have the same features - measuring heart rates, counting steps. Patanjali's Kimbho taken down from Play StoreRamdev's  Patanjali saw an opportunity when popular applications like Facebook and WhatsApp started struggling with privacy issues. The Indian company launched their own \"swadeshi messaging platform\" and named it Kimbho.  The platform was pitted against WhatsApp which has more than 2 billion active users across the globe.The app downloads on Play Store took off almost immediately and reached the mark of 50,000 within a matter of hours. However, most users are now complaining that the app is nowhere to be found on Play Store. Popular French security researcher, Elliot Anderson (name based on fictional character), claimed that the app was a security disaster as he was able to read and access messages of all the users.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 1, 2018
However, things came tumbling down for Patanjali as quickly as they escalated. The app was pulled down by the company due to glaring faults in the security of the messaging plattform.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 31, 2018
Baba Ramdev told ANI that customers could get their Swadeshi Samriddhi Card soon from the five lakh BSNL counters across the country.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, May 31, 2018
Air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines to get 2-5% more expensive from JunePlanning to buy a new air-conditioner or a washing machine or major kitchen appliances? You'd best do it in a hurry because the appliances industry is predicting a price hike of 2-5% from June onwards. According to The Economic Times, the net increase will be in the range of Rs 400 to over Rs 1,500 for premium models, and will kick off as new products hit the market. And you can blame the increase in crude oil prices, the depreciating rupee and hardening rates of key raw materials - steel and copper - for this. Steel prices have gone up by 7-8% and the same is true for prices of copper condensers, which are imported largely from China. The industry has been able to absorb the input cost spike till now on account of a price drop in some chemicals like foaming agent. But it is no longer feasible to continue doing so.Efforts on to bring petrol, diesel under GST, says Dharmendra PradhanUnion Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, while talking to India Today, said that an uniform tax structure for petroleum products across the nation will be released soon. Efforts are being made in GST Council to develop a consensus among states to bring petrol and diesel under the GST and the success of the tax regime will lead to this outcome soon. On the question of why the centre is not slashing the excise duty on petrol and diesel to set an example for states to follow, Pradhan said, \"Excise duty in not the only factor in fuel prices. Value added tax levied by states VAT is also an important factor.\"ICICI Bank finally puts CEO Chanda Kochhar under lensICICI Bank has instituted an independent inquiry into allegations raised by an whistleblower against CEO Chanda Kochhar of having given out huge loans to certain business groups who in return extended benefits to companies run by her husband and brother-in-law.The board of directors of the bank who had earlier given the CEO a clean chit, ordered the inquiry on Tuesday, on a complaint by an anonymous whistleblower against Kochhar, ICICI Bank said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday.Air India stake sale: Govt expects good response on last day of biddingChallenging the odds against Air India stake sale, the government, which is yet to receive any formal bid for debt-laden national carrier, said it hoped of getting a good response on the last day of the bidding process tomorrow. Responding to the lukewarm interest in disinvestment of state-run Air India, the Civil Aviation Secretary R N Choubey said, \"We expect good response before bid closes tomorrow.\" He added that bids are expected to \"pour in at the last hour.\" Though the government had earlier extended the deadline for submission of Expression of Interest (EoI) from May 14 to May 31, the last date will not be moved further this time, the aviation secretary said.Baba Ramdev launches WhatsApp's rival messaging app KimbhoBaba Ramdev's Patanjali has entered the realm of chatting applications with its own instant messaging application called Kimbho. The new app is already up and live on Android Play Store and has already received over 10,000 downloads. The launch was confirmed by the company's spokesperson, SK Tijarawala over a tweet. This move comes right after the announcement of Patanjali-BSNL partnership to launch SIM cards with relatively low tariffs. Initially, the SIM cards will only be available to employees of Patanjali but will be launched to the general public later. The new app, Kimbho is being promoted as a \"swadeshi messaging platform\".


BusinessToday.In
May 31, 2018
Baba Ramdev's Patanjali has entered the realm of chatting applications with its own instant messaging application called Kimbho.  The new app is already up and live on Android Play Store and has already received over 10,000 downloads.


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