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Insider Take By D.Narain, Simon Wiebusch Bayer CropScience Limited | Economy Under Lockdown | Agriculture
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Insider Take By D.Narain, Simon Wiebusch Bayer CropScience Limited | Economy Under Lockdown | Agriculture

Agriculture industry veterans D.Narain, Senior Bayer Representative, SouthAsia and Managing Director, Bayer CropScience Limited and Simon Wiebusch, COO Bayer CropScience Division of India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka highlight challenges faced amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

UK becomes first country to declare a 'climate emergency'
science

UK becomes first country to declare a 'climate emergency'

The United Kingdom will take up this issue on a war footing and put it at the centre of the government policy

Is Cyclone Fani a result of global warming? A climate scientist has the answer
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Is Cyclone Fani a result of global warming? A climate scientist has the answer

Climate change is usually not the genesis of a problem; it exacerbates existing problems.

Brace yourself Asia: alien pest is munching its way around the globe, raising alarm
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Brace yourself Asia: alien pest is munching its way around the globe, raising alarm

The worms can cause damage at all stages of a corn crop, but the worst may be when the larvae.

Manufacturers call for support, tariff cuts to sustain India's smartphone growth
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Manufacturers call for support, tariff cuts to sustain India's smartphone growth

The import tariff on touch panels has been of particular concern to manufacturers including Samsung.

Hydrogen in Earth's water may have come from clouds of dust, gas left over from Sun
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Hydrogen in Earth's water may have come from clouds of dust, gas left over from Sun

The new finding fits neatly into current theories of how the Sun and the planets formed.

Realme announces split from Oppo to become a separate company headed by Sky Li
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Realme announces split from Oppo to become a separate company headed by Sky Li

Realme would focus on offering strong performance and stylish designs to young people at affordable prices.

Apple wants to expand facility of contract manufacturer in India: IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad
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Apple wants to expand facility of contract manufacturer in India: IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

The iPhone maker seeks a bigger share in one of the world's biggest smartphone markets.

Indian markets pulling global giants like Apple: IT Minister Ravi Prasad
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Indian markets pulling global giants like Apple: IT Minister Ravi Prasad

Apple announced the commencement of initial production of its popular iPhone SE model at its Bengaluru facility.

Mark Zuckerberg warns against reversal of global thinking; wants Facebook to be
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Mark Zuckerberg warns against reversal of global thinking; wants Facebook to be "social infrastructure"

Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg laid out a vision on Thursday of his company serving as a bulwark against rising isolationism, writing in a letter to users that the company's platform could be the "social infrastructure" for the globe.

Electric car maker CATL aims at global market after taking China by storm
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Electric car maker CATL aims at global market after taking China by storm

A dusty village on the outskirts of Ningde, a third-tier city in China's southeast, seems an unlikely place for the headquarters of a potential global leader in future automotive technology.

Nasscom Data Security Council: India can play important role in global cyber security
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Nasscom Data Security Council: India can play important role in global cyber security

India can aspire to build a cyber security product and services industry of USD 35 billion by 2025, generating a skilled workforce of one million in the security sector, in line with the booming global demand.

Oracle predicts that 80% global IT spending will be on cloud
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Oracle predicts that 80% global IT spending will be on cloud

Oracle Corp has predicted a sharp drop in the traditional IT spending of businesses across the globe over the next decade, making way for cloud services and leaving more room for innovation than hardware and software maintenance.

Bangladesh cyber heist pushes Global Central banks to set global standards for cyber security
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Bangladesh cyber heist pushes Global Central banks to set global standards for cyber security

The world's major central banks, stung by this year's $81-million heist in Bangladesh, have launched a task force to consider setting broad rules to protect the vast network of cross-border banking from cyber attacks, according to two sources with knowledge of the matter.

Make in India, but sell to the world with .com
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Make in India, but sell to the world with .com

The government launched its ambitious Make in India campaign in September 2014 amid much fanfare.

According to Gartner, IT spending to remain flat in 2016
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According to Gartner, IT spending to remain flat in 2016

Market research firm Gartner said that spending on IT globally is forecast to be flat this year -- totaling $3.41 trillion -- slightly up from last quarter's forecast of negative 0.5 percent growth, market research firm Gartner said on Thursday.

IBM to give $2.4 million to entrepreneurs in India taking courses from Coursera
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IBM to give $2.4 million to entrepreneurs in India taking courses from Coursera

IBM India announced today that it will source entrepreneurs with high potential from India to invite them into its Global Entrepreneur program from Coursera's series of courses under "Full Stack Web Development Specialization.

Smartphone sales not to slow in India despite global slowdown
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Smartphone sales not to slow in India despite global slowdown

Global smartphone sales will continue to slow down and will no longer grow in double digits, a new report has said.