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The panel will pick the vaccine or vaccines that India can use, plan the finances for what is sure to be an expensive purchase running into billions of dollars, and prioritise the sequence of administration.
On the anniversary of Quit India Movement, the Confederation of all India Traders (CAIT) on Sunday launched a campaign ‘China Quit India’ to boycott Chinese goods, while its members held protests across 600 places across the country.
The launch of the new scheme came three days after the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare had said that it will invest close to Rs 25 crore in 234 startups in agriculture and allied sectors in FY21.
About 120 large product companies, including prominent ones such as Zoho, Freshworks, Tally Solutions and Quick Heal Technologies, have written to Union Minister of Electronics and IT Ravi Shankar Prasad requesting that the government should do away with tax deducted at source (TDS) on local software products and Softex forms that assess the value of a product each time it is exported.
Bharti Airtel has signed a multi-year Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer a comprehensive set of cloud solutions to large enterprise and small and medium enterprise (SME) customers in India.
Ninety per cent of a sample group of coronavirus-recovered patients from a prominent hospital in China’s Wuhan city where the pandemic broke out have reported lung damage and five per cent of them are again in quarantine after testing positive for the virus, according to a media report on Wednesday.
ASPIRE-BioNEST is expected to organize workshops and outreach events for creating awareness of BIG scheme, especially in tier 2/3 cities, and provide local mentorship for BIG aspirants for their application submission.
The performance of the affordable device was compared to the corresponding parameters of a sophisticated ventilator which is being currently used at the prestigious medical institute under standard conditions.
Minister of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Narendra Singh Tomar said the funds will be given to the start-ups selected by different knowledge partners and agribusiness incubators in the area of agro-processing, food technology and value addition.
Thiruvananthapuram, Jul 28 (PTI) The Kerala
governmenton Tuesday announced a new Entrepreneurship
Development Programme to address the issues of shortage of
working capital and availability of credit faced by startups
and small entrepreneurs in the backdrop of the COVID-19
NetApp Excellerator, the flagship accelerator programme by the global technology enterprise NetApp, will begin a new subset ExcellerateHER for women entrepreneurs. The programme will focus on B2B tech startups founded by women.
Mahindra Group has launched Mahindra University (MU), an institution seeking to focus on offering a world-class, futuristic education and integrating the study of science and technology with Humanities, Ethics and Philosophy, and Design.
Many organisations, including Axis Bank, Policybazaar, Razorpay, Timesprime, PayUIndia, among others will be providing the option of UPI AutoPay to its customers for recurring payments of subscriptions, monthly and yearly payments.