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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 23, 2018
Robots to manufacture 'Make in India' metro coaches in Rae BareliIn what will go down as a milestone, for the first time Indian Railways will manufacture metro rail coaches at its Rae Bareli factory. It will be done under the Make in India scheme, an official said. Moreover the coaches will be manufactured by robots and will be of the same standard as Canada-manufactured Bombardier that is currently being used in the metro services of the country. Additionally, the homemade coaches will be 40...


PTI
October 11, 2018



Nidhi Singal
New Delhi, October 1, 2018
Designed with precision, here are some gadgets that won't just suffice your needs but also perfectly complement your opulent lifestyle.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 14, 2018
Voltas and Arcelik, a part of Ko Holding, the largest industrial conglomerate in Turkey, have formed a 50:50 joint venture, Voltbek Home Appliances Pvt Ltd, and will reportedly invest Rs 1,000 crore in it over the next four-five years.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 10, 2018
Brands such as Xiaomi, TCL, Skyworth, BPL and Thomson have all started local production at the component stage in the past few weeks, which is a major fillip to PM Narendra Modi's Make in India initiative


Goutam Das
August 15, 2018
Modi had recently inaugurated Samsung's new mobile making facility in Noida - Samsung is doubling its current capacity for mobile phones from 68 million units a year to 120 million units a year. This would be a phase-wise expansion, to be completed by 2020.


Reuters
New Delhi, August 1, 2018
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus aims to expand its retail store presence in India, a company executive said on Tuesday, as the firm plans to make the world's No.2 smartphone market its second headquarters by end 2018.


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, July 20, 2018
In terms of optics, the inauguration of the world's largest mobile phone facility of Samsung in Noida by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in was undoubtedly the catchiest take away from the Korean leader's recent India visit.


Geeta Mohan & Kamaljit Sandhu
July 10, 2018
In June last year, the South Korean giant announced a Rs 4,915 crore investment to expand the Noida plant and, after a year, the new facility is ready to double production.


BusinessToday.In
July 8, 2018
Last year in June, the consumer electronics major had announced that it would invest Rs 4,915 crore to double its manufacturing capacity for smartphones and refrigerators at its Noida plant.


Goutam Das
New Delhi, June 11, 2018
How India stores is changing; big money sniffs fortune


Sumant Banerji
Delhi, August 9, 2017
Indian mobile handset brands are losing out to the Chinese as the market shifts to smartphones. can they stand up to the challenge?


Nevin John
Delhi, July 8, 2017
Videocon has approached banks for debt restructuring after making huge losses in telecom and picture tube plant revamp. Is the company staring at insolvency?


BT Online
New Delhi, June 8, 2017
Samsung has an existing factory in Noida where it produces smartphones and refrigerators.


PTI
New Delhi, June 7, 2017
Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, who inaugurated the new unit at the facility, said that the manufacturing expansion plan will create 15,000 jobs.


BT Online
New Delhi, May 23, 2017
Rumours about Apple iPhone 8 have been doing the rounds for quite some time. The recent leaks show the expected design layout of the much-talked iPhone.


PTI
January 4, 2017
Chinese smartphone vendors last year captured about 40 per cent share in India, the second largest smartphone market in the world, the official media here reported.


By Venkatesha Babu
Delhi, December 4, 2016
BPL, the former consumer durables major, is trying to make a comeback. Will it succeed?


Goutam Das
November 24, 2015
The Noida plant, which would cater to outsourced manufacturing for companies such as HTC, will come up at a cost of $200 million over the next five years.


Venkatesha Babu
November 16, 2015
The Japanese conglomerate's Global President Minoru Usui is credited with bringing focus to company's operations by selling off parts where it was uncompetitive - even if it meant shrinking the top line.


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