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India's installed solar capacity reached 6,000 MW in 6 years: Manufacturer
LONDON: India is on track to become one of the largest installers of solar power globally as its installed solar capacity has reached 6,000 megawatts from 10 megawatts in less than six years, according to a solar power manufacturer. Kolkata-headquartered Vikram Solar believes the government's ambitious International Solar Alliance ( ISA ) reflects India's strong commitment towards the sector.

India to invest $500m in Iranian port of Chabahar
Indian PM Modi announces deal as part of series of bilateral projects before signing transit accord with Iran and Afghanistan

World’s cheapest smartphone Namotel Acche Din launched at Rs 99
BENGALURU: Here's another attempt at offering cheap smartphone -- and this time, it's really cheap. Bengaluru-based Namotel is marketing Namotel Acche Din at an insanely low price of Rs 99, calling it India's most affordable smartphone.

Apple CEO Tim Cook in India: New iOS App Development Centre in Bengaluru announced
Apple has announced its first iOS App Design and Development Centre in Bengaluru with CEO Tim Cook visiting India this week. Earlier on Wednesday,IndianExpress.com reported that Tim Cook had visited Mumbai’s Shiddhivinayak temple after a slew of business meetings.

Target to raise India’s defence exports to 2 million USD
According to PTI, Defence Minister of India, Manohar Parrikar said, the Indian government will take into account the concerns while forging strategic partnership in the critical sector and set a target to raise India’s defence exports to $ 2 billion in the next two years from the current over $ 330 million.

India Economy: Reform – Liberalization (Part 3)
In July 1991, the Government of India officially decided to implement policy reforms towards liberalization of economy. This decision is a basic move and a turning point in the industrialization strategy as well as socio-economic development in India, which has been one of the factors creating momentum for Indian economy to take off faster and stronger in a more sustainable way. Thanks to this revolutionary and comprehensive reform towards liberalization, India's GDP has been increasing continuously since 1991, and this has changed the structure, picture as well as strength of its economy.

India Economy: Reform – Liberalization (Part 2)
n July 1991, the Government of India officially decided to implement policy reforms towards liberalization of economy. This decision is a basic move and a turning point in the industrialization strategy as well as socio-economic development in India, which has been one of the factors creating momentum for Indian economy to take off faster and stronger in a more sustainable way. Thanks to this revolutionary and comprehensive reform towards liberalization, India's GDP has been increasing continuously since 1991, and this has changed the structure, picture as well as strength of its economy.

India Economy: Reform – Liberalization (Part 1)
In July 1991, the Government of India officially decided to implement policy reforms towards liberalization of economy. This decision is a basic move and a turning point in the industrialization strategy as well as socio-economic development in India, which has been one of the factors creating momentum for Indian economy to take off faster and stronger in a more sustainable way. Thanks to this revolutionary and comprehensive reform towards liberalization, India's GDP has been increasing continuously since 1991, and this has changed the structure, picture as well as strength of its economy.

India eyes cleanup of 121 billion USD bad debt
India is considering setting up an independent panel to help state-owned banks negotiate settlements with big businesses on bad loans.

India rejects Apple's plan to import used iPhones
Mumbai: India has rejected a plan by Apple Inc (AAPL.O) to import used iPhones, two telecoms ministry officials said, a blow to the U.S. tech giant that has been seeking to revive waning sales of its flagship smartphones.