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India witnessed the highest increase in the adoption of Artificial Intelligence-driven technologies in 2020 compared to the U.S., U.K., and Japan, said PwC India.

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e Article PRINT A A A The logo of Price Waterhouse installed on the facade of its office in Mumbai. | Photo Credit: REUTERS ‘AI, a key enabler for organisations to repair, rethink, reconfigure' <span>India witnessed the highest increase in the adoption of Artificial Intelligence-driven technologies in 2020 compared to the U.S., U.K., and Japan, said PwC India. Over 90% of Indian enterprises surveyed by PwC are implementing or planning to invest in AI solutions or technologies to address business challenges brought in by the pandemic. Some 70%




Besides an array of other inclusions like coverage for diseases such as mental illness, obesity, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, your health insurance policy will now cover you even for robotic and bariatric surgeries.
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r in the country. Thankfully, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has now taken cognisance and all health policies are being standardised across health insurers. <span>Besides an array of other inclusions like coverage for diseases such as mental illness, obesity, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, your health insurance policy will now cover you even for robotic and bariatric surgeries. Insurance companies have already started the process of revamping and advanced products are now available for customers. Robotic surgery Robotic surgery holds significant promise in the




Angola is the third-largest producer of diamonds in Africa and has only explored 40% of the diamond-rich territory, but has had difficulty in attracting foreign investment.
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2:34 IST Updated: December 05, 2020 22:34 IST Share Article 0 PRINT A A A Angola has invited Indian companies to invest in diamond mining, the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council said. <span>Angola is the third-largest producer of diamonds in Africa and has only explored 40% of the diamond-rich territory, but has had difficulty in attracting foreign investment. “Angola is looking at foreign direct investment from Indian companies to realise the country’s potential,” Pratibha Parkar, Indian Ambassador to Angola, was quoted as saying. A letter f




Allowing corporates to promote banks is not the RBI’s view, and the central bank will take a decision on it and other suggestions made by an internal panel recently only after perusing public comments, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said on Friday.
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understood,” Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das said. File | Photo Credit: PTI The central bank will seek further comments from public and stakeholders, Shaktikanda Das said. <span>Allowing corporates to promote banks is not the RBI’s view, and the central bank will take a decision on it and other suggestions made by an internal panel recently only after perusing public comments, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said on Friday. It can be noted that the RBI’s Internal Working Group’s (IWG) suggestion to allow corporates into banking has received sharp criticism from experts, including former RBI Governors, Depu




An Expert Committee has been constituted to explore the prospects of ultrahigh speed travel.

Government think-tank NITI Aayog has formed a high-level panel to explore the technological and commercial viability of the Virgin Hyperloop technology for ultrahigh speed travel in India, weeks after its first test was completed with humans on board.

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stituted to explore the prospects of ultrahigh speed travel. Share Article 0 PRINT A A A A Virgin Hyperloop pod at the DevLoop test site in Las Vegas, Nevada. File Photo | Photo Credit: REUTERS <span>An Expert Committee has been constituted to explore the prospects of ultrahigh speed travel. Government think-tank NITI Aayog has formed a high-level panel to explore the technological and commercial viability of the Virgin Hyperloop technology for ultrahigh speed travel in India, weeks after its first test was completed with humans on board. The Virgin Hyperloop test run was conducted on a 500-meter track in Las Vegas in the U.S.A. with a pod, as the hyperloop vehicles are called, travelling with passengers, including an In




State-owned GAIL is planning a 450-km pipeline from Kondapalli, near Vijayawada, to Tirupati for supplying natural gas to industries and city gas distribution projects.
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er 24, 2020 22:47 IST N. RAVI KUMAR HYDERABAD , November 24, 2020 22:44 IST Updated: November 24, 2020 22:47 IST Share Article 0 PRINT A A A Representational image only. | Photo Credit: Reuters <span>State-owned GAIL is planning a 450-km pipeline from Kondapalli, near Vijayawada, to Tirupati for supplying natural gas to industries and city gas distribution projects. Though the proposed infrastructure is for catering to consumers in Andhra Pradesh, the bi-directional pipeline, is expected to emerge as a crucial component of a larger natural gas pipe




According to a report by NRI Consulting and Solutions, which Mr. Sharma has co-authored, the market size of Indian tooling industry stands at ₹15,000 crore, with more than half of the total demand attributed to the automotive and auto components sector.
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said. The tooling industry plays a key role in the manufacturing value chain by providing dies and moulds needed for mass production of various parts, forming the backbone of industrial growth. <span>According to a report by NRI Consulting and Solutions, which Mr. Sharma has co-authored, the market size of Indian tooling industry stands at ₹15,000 crore, with more than half of the total demand attributed to the automotive and auto components sector. “Most major global auto manufacturing hubs have a robust domestic tooling industry, with India being a notable exception, where a significant portion of tool demand is still met via imp