Trai to telcos: Allow port out SMS facility irrespective of tariff offer
Sector regulator Trai on Tuesday directed telecom operators to "immediately" enable port out SMS facility for all mobile users requiring it, irrespective of value of their tariff offer, vouchers, or plans they have opted for.
'Top 1% hold 22% of income: India among most unequal nations'
Income inequality in India has been a major concern since long. In 2021 as well, the top 1 per cent of the population earned 22 per cent of the country's total national income, while the bottom 50 per cent earned just 13 per cent, the World Inequality Report 2022 showed on Tuesday.
AWS outage impacting Amazon and other services for thousands of users
News/Business: Several Amazon.com Inc services, including Prime Video, its namesake e-commerce website and applications that use Amazon Web Services (AWS) were down for thousands of users around the world on Tuesday.
Abu Dhabi chemical company, Reliance form $2 billion production JV
Abu Dhabi state-owned Chemicals Derivatives Company and Reliance Industries have agreed to start a more than $2 billion chemical production partnership in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi, TA'ZIZ said in a statement on Tuesday.
Investors gain over Rs 3.45L cr as markets recover from heavy selloff
Investors' wealth on Tuesday jumped by Rs 3,45,719.55 crore as markets returned to winning ways after a heavy selloff in the previous two sessions. The BSE sensex rallied 886.51 points or 1.56 per cent to settle at 57,633.65 on Tuesday.
Madras HC orders winding up of SpiceJet over dues
The Madras high court has ordered the winding up of private carrier SpiceJet Limited and directed the official liquidator attached to the high court to take over its assets, in a plea filed by a Swiss company over unpaid dues.