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As a part of an ongoing enforcement campaign in India, the officers of Mumbai Police conducted raids in Crawford Market.
While digital gaming was pioneered by Mario in late 90s in India, changes have been occurring rapidly and dramatically in digital ecosystem since 2014 with technology companies increasing their focus on mobile with each passing day, thus making mobile gam
Investigations are ongoing to identify the source and/ or locations of the manufacturers of these seized goods.
As the bell is ringing for upcoming movie Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice for its release in March, Warner Bros. Consumer Products has grared up with a string of new licensees.
After being a proud gaming partner to games based on Chhota Bheem and Zeptolab's Cut the Rope, Nazara Games will be publishing games based on Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle's extensive roster of well-known characters.
When Salman Khan opened his own Khan Market, the ‘Real’ Khan Market was not amused.
Microsoft’s has gone beyond regular to bring in a mix of business intelligence, collaboration and mobility with Office 2016.
Retail businesses in India, particularly start-ups, needs robust engagement with its customers throughout the day. Citing an example- It is very important for a Product Manager to be aware of the last minute changes made by the IT team or for an IT Manage
Office 2016, launched by Microsoft (MS) last month, has gone beyond the regulars and has brought in the mix of collaboration and mobility.
Juggernaut, a mobile first publishing startup, plans to give authors both a digital and a physical platform.
Housing.com,innovative real estate platform today announced the appointment of Jason Kothari as its Chief Business Officer and member of the Operating Committee to drive its overall strategy and growth in India.
Aadarsh Pvt Ltd has signed with leading children’s book publisher in UAE, Jarir Distribution Book Shop LLC to produce a line of children’s story book products for the company’s anchor property, Purple Turtle for Abu Dhabi.
Nestle India stands to lose advertising inventory of about Rs 10 crore due to Maggi recall despite its move to air commercials of Nescafe or KitKat in all advertisement slots booked for the instant noodles brand, broadcasters and media planners say.