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Indians lose cell phones worth Rs 500 cr/year
Indian mobile phones users suffer an annual loss of Rs 500 crore due to theft or misplaced handsets, industry experts said on Thursday.Speaking at a seminar on 'Mobile Security India 2007' Samsung......
How Samsung plans to regain the top slot in India
After the government backtracked on its plan to impose Customs duty on pricier components, Samsung has decided to begin production of key mobile parts in Noida from April. The country’s......
Govt eyes Make in India push for electronics to curb forex outflow
'The government expects demand for electronic products to reach $400 billion by 2023-24. This would be a huge foreign exchange outflow, which may further widen our trade deficit with other......
India's smartphone revolution: 35 factories, 37,000 jobs in 2 years
Overall mobile phone production was about 68 million in 2014, increased to 100 million in 2015 and 350-400 million in July 2016. India has seen about 35 new smartphone factories in......
Mobile industry raises concerns on 'Rs 251 smartphone'
Noida-based Ringing Bells is launching India's most affordable smartphone, priced at Rs 251, a move that is set to disrupt the booming Indian mobile handset market. Expressing......
Mobiles to cost more in Maharashtra
The prices of mobile handsets are likely to increase in Maharastra from Wednesday as the state government has hiked the sales tax on devices to 12.5 per cent from four per cent now.The hike in......
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