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ZTE open to lab for cybersecurity in India

08 AM ISTReutersZTE opened a cybersecurity lab in Rome in May, followed by a similar lab in Brussels.NEW DELHI: ZTE is open to setting up a cybersecurity lab in India similar to its European labs to address the concerns raised by some sections of the industry regarding 5G security, besides offering access to its product source code, a senior executive said in the Chinese telecom gear maker’s first such offer in India.

IndiGo signs one-way codeshare agreement with Qatar Airways

The agreement will enable Qatar Airways to place its code on IndiGo flights between Doha and Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad.Top Indian airline IndiGo said on Thursday it signed a one-way codeshare agreement with Qatar Airways, letting the Middle Eastern airline get more access to the fast-growing Indian market.

Cyclone Bulbul may intensify, likely to move towards West Bengal

A cyclonic storm formed over the Bay of Bengal is likely to intensify into a severe cyclonic storm over the next 24 hours and set to move towards West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts, skirting Odisha.42 PM IST Image used for representational purposes onlyKOLKATA: A cyclone formed over the Bay of Bengal is likely to intensify into a "very severe" cyclonic storm over the next two days and set to head towards the West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts, skirting Odisha, the Met department said on Thursday.

Maruti Suzuki: Auto sector revival as much in govt's interest as in ours: Maruti Suzuki chairman RC Bhargava

It accounts for half of the manufacturing GDP and the government understands the importance of the sector.39 PM ISTBCCL(RC Bhargava, chairman of Maruti Suzuki)Suzuki Motor Corp gave a guidance of 20% decline in sales for its Indian subsidiary Maruti Suzuki to its investors in Japan on Wednesday, which is in sharp contrast to +4% growth forecast by the company at the beginning of the year.

Maruti Suzuki-Toyota joint venture to recycle cars

The venture will set up its vehicle dismantling and recycling unit in Noida in 2020-21 and will add more units.43 AM ISTAgencies"The process will include complete solid and liquid waste management as per Indian laws and globally approved quality and environment standards.

Cyclone 'Maha' spares Gujarat, showers likely for next 2 days

It has become a depression into the sea without hitting the Gujarat coast.AHMEDABAD: In a major relief to people of Gujarat, cyclone 'Maha' fizzled out into the Arabian sea as a 'depression' without making a landfall in the state, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Thursday.

Regulator waives off clinical trials, clears Sanofi TB Drug

New Delhi: India’s drug regulator has approved Sanofi (India)’s new anti-tuberculosis drug rifapentine, waiving local clinical trials in a move to bolster efforts to prevent latent infections from progressing into active TB.The once-weekly rifapentine 150 mg pills are found to be effective in cutting short the TB drug regimen by three months.

Traders’ Diary: Nifty is likely hit 12,750 level

For a while, we have maintained bullish bias as have maintained new highs for the index above 12,100.34 per cent) , Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals (up 3.

GoM meets to discuss regulating e-pharmacies

The health ministry made a presentation, explaining its position on the issue.Besides the health secretary and other senior officials of the health ministry, officials from ministry of electronics and information technology and department of pharmaceuticals were also present.

Production sharing contract for Vedanta's Ravva block extended by 10 years

The extension will enable the Joint Venture partners to recover about 13 million barrels of oil equivalent, Vedanta said in a statement.In addition, the joint venture partners will invest Rs 550 crore to.

Banks to take 55% haircut on Coastal Energen’s debt of Rs 6,500 crore

A 55% haircut works out to an upfront cash payment of Rs 2,925 crore, whic.41 AM ISTBCCLCoastal Energen is the flagship power generating firm of Ahmed Buhari-held Coal and Oil Group.

Working to get 737 Max back in air, says Boeing

We are working closely with regulators round the world to bring the aircraft back to service,” said Darren Hulst, director (p.NEW DELHI: US’ Boeing on Wednesday said it is working overtime to ensure its grounded 737 Max aircraft return to service as soon as possible, but it all depends on the regulators, including the US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA).

Sterlite Power signs agreement to sell Brazilian asset for $35.5 million

5 million, the company said in a statement on Wednesday.09 PM ISTGetty Images“Through this transaction we monetise our first asset and thereby attract equity capital to reinvest in our portfolio of greenfield projects,” Sterlite Power CEO Pratik Agarwal said.

Ayodhya verdict: RPF issues advisory, cancels leaves of its personnel; security heightened at 78 major stations

The Railway Protection Force advisory has said that a close watch should be kept on all religious structures near railway stations or within its premises as they may become a "flash points" in case tempers run high.It has also instructed caretake.

PM to visit Brazil on November 13-14 for BRICS summit

Politics and NationStock Analysis, IPO, Mutual Funds, Bonds & MoreSecretary (Economic Relations) in the Ministry of External Affairs T S Tirumurti told reporters that the leaders at the summit will deliberate on boosting overall cooperation among the member nations.03 PM ISTNEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Brazil from Nov 13-14 to attend an annual summit of BRICS, a grouping of five countries, the external affairs ministry said on Thursday.

BYD-Olectra, Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland in fray to supply, operate 1,200 e-buses

51 AM ISTBCCLGurgaon-based JBM Auto is also actively pursuing tenders in Delhi, Gujarat and Maharashtra.NEW DELHI: BYD-Olectra, Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland and PMI Electro Mobility Solutions are among manufacturers in the fray to supply and operate about 1,200 electric buses for different state departments, people aware of the development have said.

The Videocon Group: Videocon union to stage sit-in at Dhoots' residence on Thursday

Weighed down by heavy debt, the Videocon group with 13 operating companies, was sent to bankruptcy court last year and a resolution is pending.But now the Videocon Group employees union, which has been on a chain sit-in since the past 72 days, ha.

Young, rich Indians have started a gem of a trend as demand for rubies, sapphires grow

NEW DELHI: May be a diamond is forever, and gold never loses its shine – but for now, and for many young, rich Indians, rubies, sapphires, emeralds and aquamarines will do just fine.Global brands like Tiffany and Cartier have ultra high priced pieces created out of emeralds, rubies and sapphires.

Vodafone Idea yet to take a call on filing review petition in SC on AGR order

54 PM ISTAgenciesVodafone Idea is facing dues worth over Rs 39,000 crore in licence fees, SUC, penalties and interest.Ten days after the Supreme Court order on adjusted gross revenue (AGR), Vodafone Idea is yet to take a call on filing a review against the ruling which left it facing dues worth over Rs 39,000 crore, people aware of the matter said.

Lok Sabha refers labour code to standing committee

The code aims to regulate the employment of workers, including those engaged by contractors, and their working conditions across sectors.It envisages setting up a National Occupational Safety and Health Advisory Board to advise the government on.