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World Last Week: 4 Aug’14 – 10 Aug’14

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  • Google to assist Narendra Modi to develop Varanasi as national hub for culture and heritage

PM stressed the need to preserve ancient ethos while implementing the so called Kashi Vision that is expected to get a high-power launch.

  • Engineering grads to make a comeback for big salaries; Microsoft, Google offer crore-plus pay packets

Recruiters including eBay, Amazon, Flipkart etc have raised pay packets by up to 25% compared with the last year.

  • High time for land owners: Flipkart, Amazon looking for land to build warehouses

While Amazon is planning to lease over a million sq ft of warehousing space, Flipkart has recently leased 500,000 sq ft of space across the country.

  • Raising demand for Mi3: Can Xiaomi match the hype with big supply chain & service network?

Xiaomi’s success in India will be observed by whether it can match the hype. It will tell whether it’s the next Samsung or just another new smart phone player.

  • Did you miss the July 31 deadline for I-T returns? You can file them till March 2015

If you have not filed you income tax return, you can file them till the end of the financial year without any penalty.

  • Fastest sale of Mi 3 phone creating supply challenge for Xiaomi

Xiaomi will put 20,000 handsets for its next flash sale on August 12. The company admitted that being a start-up it has manufacturing constraints.

  • Samsung, Sony and Canon ban stores from selling items via e-commerce sites

The company has asked retailers to comply with the trade agreement, which maps out a certain geographical territory where the retailer can sell.

  • India at 5th in medal tally

England triumphed in the Commonwealth Games medals table for the first time in 28 years on Sunday and India got 5th rank in medal tally.

  • Narendra Modi wins hearts of many by using Nepali language in speech

PM Narendra Modi won the hearts and minds of Nepalese when he began his gripping address to the Parliament in Nepali language.

 

Source: economictimes.com

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