"We are going to announce soon an exceptional package comprising serological test (kits), ventilators and some expertise," the French envoy said in the message posted on all social media handles of the French Embassy here. … [Read more...] about France to soon announce ‘exceptional package’ to boost India’s COVID-19 fight: Envoy
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Since then, Google has been rumoured to eye a stake in embattled Vodafone-Idea. Financial Times, which in May reported the talks, suggested Google was considering buying a 5 percent stake but that might be considerably less ambitious. The third leading telecom player, Bharti Airtel, is believed to be negotiating a $2 billion stake sale to Amazon, though buzz around the company’s shares suggest the rumour — and perhaps the prospect itself — has cooled. Regardless, it seems more likely than not that Airtel will find a partner for a digital push to rival Jio. … [Read more...] about The road ahead for Google’s $10-billion India Digitisation Fund
Realme just took the lid off its most affordable smartphone in 2020. The Realme C11 arrives in India’s sub-8K segment and is the second 2020 Realme C series smartphone. The Realme C11 features an entry-level gaming chipset, a sizeable display and battery, and a dual-camera setup on the back. … [Read more...] about Realme C11 launched in India with MediaTek G35 SoC and 5,000 mAh battery: Check price, specs, availability
For video, both the Poco X2 Pro and Realme 6 can capture 4K video at 30 fps, offering decent results in daylight and bright indoor lighting. Throughout this camera comparison, the Realme consistently delivered more natural-looking photos and videos and certainly offers the better camera experience of the two phones in our view. However, if you prefer bright and punchy colours in your photos, the Poco M2 Pro might be the better option. Check out some of the samples for our full comparison here. … [Read more...] about Poco M2 Pro vs Realme 6: Which is the best smartphone under Rs 15,000?
Ganesh Mani, director, manufacturing operations, HMIL, said: “We are preparing ourselves for the third shift. We are preparing our vendors and manufacturing lines as well. Once things are lined up, we will operationalise it. We expect it to happen within a week. We can operate the plants at 80 percent capacity from the 40 percent level in June. That is a 100 percent jump.” … [Read more...] about Demand hits new peak at Hyundai as company starts third shift