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HP India to give education a big push in 2019: MD Sumeer Chandra

HP India to give education a big push in 2019: MD Sumeer Chandra

New Delhi, Dec 13 (IANS) PC and printing major HP Inc is witnessing tremendous growth in the Indian market across product lines and, in 2019, the education sector will be the key pillar for the company, says Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director, HP Inc India.

AWS logs significant growth in India: Amazon CTO

AWS logs significant growth in India: Amazon CTO

Las Vegas, Dec 4 (IANS) For the first time since launching its Mumbai region services two years back, retail giant Amazon's Cloud arm Amazon Web Services (AWS) has seen a 70 per cent increase in the accounts of Indian companies, says Amazon Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Werner Vogels.

 

Where data sits is irrelevant as its ownership is the key: Jack Dorsey

Where data sits is irrelevant as its ownership is the key: Jack Dorsey

New Delhi, Nov 16 (IANS) Stressing that data localization is an irrelevant debate in an era of Cloud, the deliberations must be in the direction of how people own and control their data, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has said.

I still work with my heart: Veteran actor Jackie Shroff

I still work with my heart: Veteran actor Jackie Shroff

"Nothing has changed. I still work with my heart. Some people take me in the films thinking it will change their life or film. Sometimes I look at the banner, sometimes at the script and sometimes at the director. But emotions is something I am associated with."

Chef Ranveer Brar romances railways with 'Station Master's Tiffin'

Chef Ranveer Brar romances railways with 'Station Master's Tiffin'

"We realised that we are probably the last generation that has seen the railways in their full bloom because we never used to fly, we used to always take the trains. That was a story that needed to be told. The food that is so famous or used to be famous on the stations that people used to wait for, wake up for or die to eat also needed to be spoken about."

Less trendsetters, more copy masters in sarod: Ustad Amjad Ali Khan

Less trendsetters, more copy masters in sarod: Ustad Amjad Ali Khan

"Since they have access to content and recordings especially on YouTube, it's easy for them to imitate any sarod player. So, now we have lots of copy masters in the country. The trendsetters are very, very rare."

Jharkhand needs NRC: CM

Jharkhand needs NRC: CM

"We will take all Bangladeshis out one by one. There is no doubt about it. In Pakur, Hindus are now in a minority. Bangladeshis are more than 50 per cent in Pakur while the numbers have increased significantly in Sahebganj, Godda and Jamtara districts. We will implement NRC in Jharkhand." 

Telangana polls not with four states if state is not statisfactory

Telangana polls not with four states if state is not statisfactory

"I can't say. There is a compulsion that it must be held within six months but let me clarify there is no such law. This six months time frame is based on a Supreme Court ruling. The apex court says elections must be held at the first instance after dissolution of a state assembly and should not be delayed more than six months."

What's the fun in doing conventional things, asks Rajkummar

What's the fun in doing conventional things, asks Rajkummar

"What's the fun in doing conventional things? I would rather be known as someone who is unconventional. I like being unconventional. I like doing things which are different. That's what I like... It gives me a boost as an actor."

Film industry becoming cut-throat day by day: Abhi

Film industry becoming cut-throat day by day: Abhi

"I take criticism seriously because that's the way one can improve. As an actor, I need to know from another person how my performance is coming across. Having said that, I can identify constructive criticism and differentiate it from bullying."

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