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Note ban, GST have broken textile hub Surat's legs: Rahul Gandhi

Note ban, GST have broken textile hub Surat's legs: Rahul Gandhi

The timing of Rahul's participation in the protest in Gujarat is crucial as the state goes to polls next month. A year after demonetisation , Nand Lal says he has no problems with demonetisation . Suggesting that India is in a crucial phase of growth, which needs to be supported by large-scale job creation, Mr Gandhi stated "official figures" which suggest that " China now creates on average 50,000 jobs every single day; India under Mr Modi manages only 500".


Broadcom May Pay $105 Billion To Buy Rival Qualcomm

Broadcom May Pay $105 Billion To Buy Rival Qualcomm

Qualcomm has acknowledged receipt of the "non-binding, unsolicited proposal" and will assess the offer. Broadcom is now on the rise after it announced its plans to fully move its company to the United States. Qualcomm has been facing a series of investigations around the world linked to its dominance in the smartphone chip segment. Given China's ambitions in the chip and mobile telecoms space, I can't see the Chinese authorities taking kindly to a Broadcom-Qualcomm merger.


First Ever BMW M3 CS is Lighter, Quicker, and Faster

First Ever BMW M3 CS is Lighter, Quicker, and Faster

In line with the M3 Competition Package , the M3 CS also employs BMW M's compound brake package featuring four pot calipers up front and two pot calipers at the rear. According to BMW, the M3 CS can get from 0-60 miles per hour in 3.7 seconds, which sounds about exactly right, considering the Comp Pack can do it in around 3.8-3.9 seconds and the CS is a bit lighter and more powerful.


Energy suppliers SSE and Npower in 'well advanced' merger talks

Energy suppliers SSE and Npower in 'well advanced' merger talks

SSE said discussions with Innogy are ongoing and are at a "well-advanced" stage but there is no guarantee that a merger deal will be agreed. Analysts said that it also... Furthermore, the Big Six are also losing market share to a growing band of small independent suppliers who now account for around 10% of the market.