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13 Dec 2022


After Amazon and Meta, Cisco starts laying off 4,000 employees

The tech layoff season is in full swing. Now, Cisco has joined the list of companies that have laid off its employees amid a sluggish economic environment.

12 Apr 2020


Now, 800 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity is a real thing

In the wake of increasing demand for high-speed connectivity and data transmission, the Ethernet Technology Consortium (ETC) has announced the all-new 800 Gigabit Ethernet technology.

Seven months later, J&K administration removes social media curbs

In a new development, the administration of newly-formed Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has lifted curbs imposed on social media, reports said on Wednesday. The speed will, however, remain restricted to 2G and these services will not be extended to pre-paid SIMs, the authorities underlined.

09 Dec 2019


Stories of five CEOs with learning disabilities to know about

People with learning disabilities face numerous challenges in their day-to-day lives and often struggle to do things most of us take for granted.

30 Oct 2018


Travel-junkie Indian couple dies falling 800ft in California's Yosemite Park

In a tragic incident, an Indian couple died after falling 800 feet in an area with steep terrain in California's Yosemite National Park last week.

01 May 2018

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UP Cabinet Minister begins 5-day US visit to woo investors

Uttar Pradesh Cabinet Minister Sidhartha Nath Singh today began his five-day visit to the US with a high-level meeting with Medtronic, one of the largest health companies in the world.

29 Apr 2018


UP minister on five-day US visit to woo investors

To showcase Uttar Pradesh as an ideal investment destination, cabinet minister Sidharth Nath Singh today embarked on a five-day visit to the US to rope in certain reputed companies like Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Amazon for setting up their units in the state.

18 Aug 2016


Cisco to cut 7% global workforce in fiscal year 2017

On Wednesday, Cisco announced that it will cut 5,500 jobs by the end of October which will affect about 7% of its global workforce.