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Scheme to buy 2500 MW power via tariff based bidding will provide partial relief to power producers
It should be noted that the Ministry of Power, Government of India has formulated a scheme on a pilot basis for procurement of 2500 MW coal-based capacity for a period of three years from operational coal-based power generation projects without long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs). The ministry will select the power generators through a tariff based competitive bidding process, while PTC India Limited will sign the power purchase agreement with the winning bidders and back-to-back power sale agreement (PSA) with state distribution utilities. Read more

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NCLAT reserves order on Google’s plea to stay Rs 136-cr penalty by CCI

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) today reserved its order on an interim plea of Google seeking a stay on a Rs 136-crore fine imposed by fair trade regulator CCI. An NCLAT bench head



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iCreate bets on EVs, blockchain technology sectors for entrepreneurship

Technology business incubation and entrepreneurship mentoring centre in Ahmedabad - iCreate - is now looking at encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship in the two emerging industries of electric v

SEBI nod for Nazara Technologies IPO

Mobile gaming company Nazara Technologies has received markets regulator Sebi’s go-ahead to float an initial public offering. The company is popularly known for its games on World Cricket Championship

Infosys’ new plan: Stabilise, build, accelerate

Three-year roadmap includes tweaking sales, reskilling initiatives and hiring non-engineers

As bots get accepted, they will create lakhs of jobs in new areas

India’s IT workforce has been worried about automation technologies taking away their jobs. And many have indeed lost their jobs to bots, the new robot economy is expected to create even larger number

Bharti Infratel posts profit of ₹606 crore in fourth quarter

Bharti Infratel has registered a consolidated net profit of ₹606 crore, up 2 per cent, for the quarter ended March 2018.The company registered a consolidated net profit of ₹597 crore for the same peri

TCS: On a stellar run since 2004 listing

IT services giant Tata Consultancy Services, which on Monday became the first Indian IT company to cross a market capitalisation of $100 billion, has had a stellar run since its listing on August 25,

Amazon working on its next big bet: Robots for the home

Amazon’s prototype robots have advanced cameras and can navigate through homes like a self-driving car

On A Mission To Digitise Global OPD Processes, Healthtech Startup Doxper Raises $1.1 Mn Funding

Doxper is an IoT startup in the healthtech space that has receiving Seed funding from Vidal Health, growx ventures, and other investors.

Two Startup Founders Arrested In Connection With Amit Bhardwaj’s $300 Mn Cryptocurrency Ponzi Scheme

Owners of Darwin Labs in Haryana took 20 per cent profits; they were allegedly sending money abroad to avoid tax.

70% Global companies see security, immature technologies as barriers in cloud mutation: Survey

The survey found that large organizations are maturing when it comes to their use of analytics, with one out of three using complex deep learning and ..

Software firm Zendesk taps India SMEs for its $1-billion goal

Zendesk India country head KT Prasad said that they are witnessing a growing number of sign-ups from traditional large businesses in India, after launching its operations in the country.

Tough task ahead for Infosys as FIIs continue to cut holdings

FII holding in Infosys dropped to 35.24% at the end of March 2018 as against 38.31% at the end of March 2017, according to the IT firm’s shareholding pattern

Infosys intensifies focus on skills; Eyes premium talent to 'inspire design'

India’s second-largest software exporter on Monday outlined its vision for the company and several senior executives spoke about the changes in strategy in terms of hiring and retraining its employees.

How will technology transform the future of work and workplaces?

India Business News: Explore and understand the impending changes of tech-led future work world at the launch edition of JobBuzz Workplace2025 Conclave 2018. This one-day

Digital era to be large opportunity for TCS: N Chandrasekaran

Riding high on the back of record quarterly profit and a weak rupee, the IT arm of the Tata conglomerate saw its market cap push above the USD 100 billion (Rs 6,80,912.10 crore) mark after its shares climbed as much as 4.6 per cent to a record high of Rs 3,557.9.

Alibaba buys Chinese chipmaker to aid IoT biz, help drive local chip sector

The announcement comes days after the United States banned American firms from selling chips and other components to Chinese telecoms company ZTE Corp..

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