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A local scrap dealer in Delhi has decided to raise funds by declaring his shop as a start-up venture.
Indian weddings itself are expected to push a consumption driven economy into a fast growing on.
Read the copy of the complaint email which was sent to the CEO.
Netflix Inc., American company providing on demand Internet streaming media, has officially announced its entry into India and 130 other markets in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. Looking at the huge size of Indian market, Netflix is planning some exclusive deals and local strategies to attract as many viewers as they can.
To help Delhi residents follow the odd-Even policy without getting inconvenienced, Tata has come up with a new exchange offer on cars for Delhi residents.
Logistics Company Durgati International signed MoU with PMO to leverage on prime minister’s foreign trips. On certain days the logistics company will accept same day delivery service for international destinations
The decision by the builder has spoiled the plans and dreams of various buyers who thought the project would be delayed by at least two decades.
In a series of strange events Animesh Kakodkar a.k.a. Chintu, 3 year old son of Ajitesh Kakodkar a share-market broker, made 2.3 crore rupees in 7 minutes using his father’s mobile phone.
With Pakistan violating ceasefire for 10th consecutive day today, a group of ex-IIPMians have decided to come up with a start-up idea which will have a site keeping record of all ceasefire violations done by Pakistan so far.
It is Independence Day and to showcase our patriotism (which we otherwise show only when Indian Cricket team plays), we landed up at the doors of a 86-year old Freedom Fighter Chandan Sharma.