India- New OnePlus 9 Pro renders reiterate key design features | NewsBytes

(MENAFN – NewsBytes) OnePlus is working to launch its next batch of flagship smartphones, the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, sometime around March 2021. In the latest development, https://nl.letsgodigital.org/smartphones/oneplus-9-pro-5g/ LetsGoDigital has shared high-quality renders of the Pro model, https://www.newsbytesapp.com/news/science/oneplus-9-pro-s-design-leaked-launch-price-specifications/story reiterating its design details.

According to the images, the OnePlus 9 Pro will have a curved screen, slim bezels, and an 8T-like rectangular quad camera unit.

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    UNDP Accelerator Lab India launches ‘GRID’ to foster development

    New Delhi, Nov 27 (IANS) The India chapter of the Accelerator Labs, an initiative by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), on Friday launched a Grassroot Innovation Database (GRID) to foster inclusive development.

    It contains 1,500 solutions, ranging from simple to complex in design, which can be implemented at the community level.

    These innovative solutions have been developed by grass root communities, individuals, start-ups, students and other innovators from various states across India.

    The database caters to various sectors which include livelihood, natural resource management, agriculture, agro-biodiversity, pest management, water management, farm machinery, biodiversity conservation, augmentation, inclusive growth, waste management and circular economy, among others.

    “Development in the current context needs to shift from quantitative to qualitative. The vulnerable section of the society needs to be provided with quality education, food, health facilities and an environment which has equal opportunities for all,” Professor K. VijayRaghavan, who is the government’s Principal

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    Non-Chinese Investors Flock To India, As Chinese Money Pales


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    Even a cursory glance at the business headlines during the past few months will point to the growing trend of foreign investors pumping cash in Indian companies. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently, while speaking at US India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF), claimed that the country has received over $20 billion foreign direct investment (FDI) this year.

    When it comes to the Indian startup ecosystem, which is burgeoning in recent times and has more than two dozen unicorns, has always had foreign investors play an epoch-making role for a company’s future. From the nascent stage of Indian startup ecosystem, foreign investors, particularly Chinese investors, have shown a massive interest after understanding the market potential. However, in current times, there has been a gradual shift in terms of the source of investment.

    Why is

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    India import hurdles hit Apple iPhone, Xiaomi devices from China, say sources

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    NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s tight control of quality clearances for electronic goods from China slowed the import of Apple’s new iPhone model last month and held up other products made by companies like Xiaomi, according to two industry sources.



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    Applications to the quality control agency, the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), typically used to be processed within 15 days, but some are now taking up to two months or longer.

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    BIS started delaying approvals in August for China-made imports of devices like smartphones, smartwatches and laptops, part of the fallout from deteriorating ties with China after a border clash in June that left 20 Indian soldiers dead.

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    [Funding Alert] Radio Technology Startup Inntot Technologies Raises Bridge Round From Unicorn India Ventures

    Funds raised will be used for procuring vastly refined and precision digital radio test equipment

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    Kerala-based technology-driven startup Inntot Technologies has announced to have raised an undisclosed bridge round from Unicorn India Ventures. The venture company first seeded the company in 2018.

    The platform focuses on providing high quality and cost-effective IP solutions for next-generation digital media broadcast receivers, namely, Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) for amplitude modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM) bands receivers, digital audio broadcasting (DAB)/DAB+ receivers, call detail record (CDR) receivers and integrated services digital broadcasting (ISDB-T) receivers and HD-radio (HDR) receiver in collaboration with Xperi.

    The company plans to use

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    India FinTech Forum Selects 27 Fintech Startups for IFTA 2020


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    Non-profit fintech advocacy group India FinTech Forum announced on Tuesday the list of 27 fintech startups shortlisted for the 5th edition of India Fintech Awards (IFTA).

    The startups will be giving live demos to the jury from 30 November till 2 December 2020 to compete for the Fintech Startup of the Year at the award ceremony. Furthermore, six innovative fintech companies will compete for the Fintech Scaleup of the Year award.

    The fintech startups with high potential were chosen from a pool of over 600 applications received from across the globe such as the US, the UK, the UAE, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Norway, New Zealand, Netherlands, Ireland, India, Hungary, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Canada, Brazil, and Algeria.

    The non-profit initiative platform has

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    Best Accounting Software in India in 2020

    CHICAGO, Nov. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Accounting Software is a type of computing solution that allows accountants and auditors to easily and efficiently monitor accounts and handle an institution’s accounting functions. In the past couple of years, accounting software usage in India has been increasing at a high rate owing to an increased understanding of the advantages of accounting software and the rising costs of accounts security.

    Due to the growing convergence of accounting software with multiple web applications, such as e-commerce and e-banking, combined with the evolving cloud computing industry, growing demand for insights, and the rising need for robust accounting software features, growth in the Indian accounting software market is expected.

    Recently, several vendors have been listed and released by 360Quadrants, providing the Best Accounting Software in India to help companies make successful investment decisions. These quadrants are developed after an in-depth evaluation of the vendors that

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    Naukri says software, hardware job listings in India on the rise



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    The Covid-19 pandemic has been a blessing in disguise for the Indian IT industry.

    With businesses going virtual, demand for IT services has shot up, which has led to an uptick in hiring for hardware and software professionals, according to jobs portal Naukri.com. “The IT-sector remains one of the least impacted sectors in terms of hiring from the global pandemic,” Naukri.com said in a report released on Nov. 19.

    The sector saw upward month-over-month recovery for job listings on Naukri.com, peaking in September for both hardware (63%) and software roles (20%).

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    In September, India’s overall unemployment was around 6.67%, and it rose to 6.98% in October. Hiring sentiment in the country is the lowest it has been in 15 years with just 3% of the firms in Manpower Group’s recent survey looking to take on

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    India Tycoon Asked to Pay $8.4 Billion to Stay Out of Jail

    (Bloomberg) — India’s market regulator has petitioned the Supreme Court to direct tycoon Subrata Roy to immediately pay 626 billion rupees ($8.4 billion) meant for poor investors immediately, or cancel his parole.



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    The Securities and Exchange Board of India said the outstanding liability of the Sahara India Parivar group’s two companies and the conglomerate’s chief Roy stand at 626 billion rupees, including interest, according to court filings seen by Bloomberg. Roy’s liabilities have ballooned from 257 billion rupees he was ordered to pay eight years ago.

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    India’s Supreme Court in 2012 ruled that Sahara group companies violated securities laws and illegally raised over $3.5 billion. The companies said monies were raised in cash from millions of Indians who could not avail banking facilities. Sebi

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    Hottest India Internet Stock Surging Despite Valuation Fears

    (Bloomberg) — As optimism about a coronavirus vaccine drives a shift away from technology shares, one such stock in India keeps rallying as market watchers bet its investments in startups will start to pay off.

    Info Edge India Ltd. climbed to a record on Tuesday and is the top gainer this month on the National Stock Exchange’s 10-member IT index. The company runs Naukri.com, the nation’s leading job-hunting platform, and has investments in at least 23 startups, according to its website. It owns about a fifth of Zomato, the largest Indian web-based food delivery platform that counts Jack Ma’s Ant Group among investors.



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    Uber Sells India Food Business To Rival Zomato To Cut Losses

    Info Edge India owns about a fifth of Zomato.

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    Info Edge has gained in November despite reporting quarterly profit and revenue that missed analysts’ forecasts. The stock’s 187% surge

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