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India's Reliance Jio launches Zoom rival with 100 participant limit

India’s biggest carrier Reliance Jio has officially launched its Zoom rival — called JioMeet. The app is available across platforms, including the web, iOS, and Android, with support for 100 participants in one meeting. The company had first announced the service on April 30, and now it has made JioMeet available for everyone. During its test …




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Why Sunil Mittal is placing a bet on OneWeb’s satellites?

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Chinese smartphone brands put investments on hold in India amidst geopolitical tensions

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Myntra's mailers turn the focus on WFH fashion

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Paytm to Flipkart: List of top Indian startups/companies funded by Chinese investors

India on Monday banned 59 apps Chinese Apps, including the hugely-popular TikTok and UC Browser. Apart from applications, Chinese investments are deep-rooted in the Indian economy in myriad sectors, including Indian startups and tech companies, like Paytm, Flipkart, OYO. Here's a list of Major Startups/Companies in India with Chinese investors:



Cyber insurance still at a nascent stage in India

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IBM study says more than half of Indian companies report data breach in last two years

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Cybersecurity top priority for Indian CIOs post Covid-19: Adobe

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