Make In India
Hot on the heels of the rumours of the Redmi Note 5 launching on 14th January, now there comes one more piece of news of a second, unexpected smartphone that is going to launch with the Note 5 and Mi TV, the Redmi Note 5 Pro.
While the buzz revolves around assembling, there was very little movement happened towards building competitive advantage on a global scale. Additive technology, more popular as 3D printing, may hold the success to “Make in India”.
As per latest report coming in, Indian Rail will soon launch new Made In India trains, which will be faster than existing Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains. In fact, these new trains would be able to reduce travel time by up to 20% and would be…
The next edition of the much-hyped Make in India initiative is all set to launch in February 2018. This time the government will focus on technological advancements like robotics, genomics, chemical feedstock and electrical storage.
250 units of Tata’s First Electric Car, Tigor EV have been handed over to EESL, to ferry bureaucrats & ministers, signalling a new era of electric mobility.
When Ringing Bells claimed to make and sell the Freedom 251 for Rs. 251/-, they received 70 million pre-orders, but failed to deliver on their promises.
To re-iterate their commitment to the Make in India initiative by the Indian Government, Xiaomi has announced one more manufacturing unit in the country.
Govt. denies special treatment to Apple. Wants it to start full-fledged manufacturing under Make in India campaign, rather than importing parts from outside
State-run BSNL will soon launch their bundled smartphone offer, which will directly take on similar bundled offers from Jio, Airtel and Idea.
Flipkart Global is aiming to push ‘Made in India’ and 'Make In India' in the global markets, while providing a global platform to sellers from India.