Country's largest software exporter TCS today said it has created a solution that will cut payback on expensive LED lights by half.
The Act seeks to bring over 80,000 registered builders in India under its purview to ensure that there is a level-playing field between both stakeholders.
Nokia’s annual Mobile Broadband Index study shows that “4G was the major source of data traffic across the country in 2016 with 60% of the incremental data payload from 2015 levels contributed by 4G.”
The Maharashtra government and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, will set up a joint task force to explore and facilitate investment in key infrastructure projects in the state. The suggestion came from chief minister Devendra R
Urban residents accounted for 54 percent of the total global population in 2014, according to the World Health Organization, and that figure was projected to grow nearly 2 percent each year until 2020.
Siemens, leading engineering and technology solutions provider, today posted Rs 160 crore standalone net profit for the first quarter of CY17, up 43 percent compared to the year-ago period.
Wipro chief Azim Premji said that despite catching the prime minister's attention, the project had not gathered much steam since it was announced in June 2015.
Germany is ready to support India’s growth story and become part of India’s DNA, in key long-term strategic projects for India’s growth, according to an Indian Embassy statement, quoting Matthias Machnig, state secretary, federal R
The centre is planning to extensively utilise geo-spatial technology, to realise its vision of building 100 smart cities across the country, union urban development minister, M Venkaiah Naidu revealed on January 23, 2017. “Cities, R
"Cities in the past were built on riverbanks. They are now built along highways. But in the future, they will be built based on availability of optical fibre networks and next-generation infrastructure.
The state of the Indian economy, suggests that the government will have to walk a tight rope with the Union Budget 2017-18, amidst forecasts of a slowing economy. Although banks are now flush with R
India has embarked on an ambitious journey to retrofit 100 cities with smart digital infrastructure. CNBC-TV18‘s Rituparna Bhuyan speaks to several stakeholders including companies and government officials of United States, who have partnered with their Indian counterparts in this smart city project.
Union minister, M Venkaiah Naidu, on January 11, 2017, announced that the government is planning to add 40 new cities to its list of Smart Cities, taking the total to 100. Since January 2016, R
The addition of 40 new cities will take the total Smart Cities to 100. Since January last year, the government has announced three lists of smart cities which will get Rs 200 crore for improving their infrastructure.
With Nifty a whisker away from its lifetime high and valuation touching 21X FY17P and 18X FY18P earnings, the Street looks cautious. Is it time to take money off the table?
"If the city is not focusing on cultural aspects, it will create lopsided efforts," Kant was quoted as saying by industry body Ficci in a media release.
The government‘s recent demonetisation move, is likely to result in a steep correction in real estate prices across the country, making it a good time to buy property. However, if you are eyeing the R
The partnership will endure due to the commitment to building on the tremendous progress already made to help make India's cities smart, efficient, and prepared for sustainable growth in the decades ahead, Carlson said.
The team, headed by Ambassador of France to India Alexandre Ziegler, will hold discussions with Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on "infrastructures and smart cities, investment and industry, transportation, IT and communication, energy, water and waste management and environment," a release said.
Ahead of her visit to India - which is May's first bilateral visit outside the UK, an article published in the 'Sunday Telegraph' quoted her as saying that she plans to "promote the best of Britain" during her three-day trade mission to New Delhi and Bengaluru.
Meant to change the way urban India lives, smart cities will enjoy uninterrupted power and water supply, internet connectivity, e-governance along with quality infrastructure.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18 Anand Agarwal, CEO & Director, Sterlite Tech, said the company is seeing global demand for optical fibres from the US and China. This demand is driven by data demand, he said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin held wide-ranging talks covering the entire expanse of bilateral engagement following which the two sides signed a total of 16 MoUs and made three announcements to boost ties in sectors like trade and investment, hydrocarbons, space and smart cities.
Delegation members presented a wide range of business prospects and outline the advantages of the planned new policies on aerospace and defence sectors as well as smart cities in the state.
As per Crisil, aluminium consumption in India is poised for a healthy growth over next five years, from 3.3 MT in 2015-16 to 5.3 MT in 2020-21.