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Sify Technologies Ltd (NASDAQ: SIFY ) reported fourth-quarter FY21 revenue growth of 19.6% year-on-year to INR6.9 billion. Revenue from Data Center centric IT Services rose 22% Y/Y. Segment-wise, revenue from Data Center Services rose 45%, Cloud and Managed Services rose 21%, and Technology Integration Services rose … Full story available on Benzinga.com
E-commerce major Flipkart will cover the vaccination cost for all Flipkart and Myntra employees and three dependents, joining the growing roster of enterprises in the country that are doing so. In a communication to employees, Flipkart said it anticipates the next phase of the vaccination drive to cover all citizens, in addition to the current priority groups. "While we wait for the Government's decision on the next phase, I am happy to share that Flipkart Group has decided to cover 100 per cent of the vaccination cost for all Flipkart and Myntra employees and three dependents. You can choose to be reimbursed for the costs of the vaccinations or get them free of charge at a partner hospital," the company said. Alternatively, employees can choose to participate in any future vaccination drive organised on campus or facilities at major locations, it added. Employees can avail of a day's leave to manage the vaccination process and will be allowed to take the COVID special care leave to manage any symptoms post-vaccination. "Currently, the vaccine is one of the most effective tools that we have, to arrest the pandemic and its adverse consequences. "However, opting for the vaccine is left completely to your discretion and we urge you to consider the benefits, read up about its effectiveness and make the right decision for yourself and your family," Flipkart Chief People Officer Krishna Raghavan said in the note.
The company had registered profit after tax of Rs 16.4 crore in the same quarter a year ago, according to the company's statement.
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Gold rates in the last five trading sessions have swung volatile. At the start of the week, the markets traded well above the $1,900 level. This was way below $2,000 levels that the Gold market scaled in August. By mid-week, the trend moved to sub $1,900 levels. On Saturday, the markets traded in a range between $1,850 and $1,880 per ounce. For markets, the US elections and fiscal stimulus are two essential factors. movement was certainly surprising. Even, the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) rates that jewellers and associations across the country keep a track of, reported at $1,881.85 per ounce - a decline. From an Indian context, the Rupee has weakened in the last few trading sessions. On Saturday it quoted levels of 74.551 indicating a weakness. With Diwali and Laxmi Puja, barely a fortnight away, most investors and buyers of Gold would be anxious to know about where the Gold rates are headed next. And, the constant murmur across messaging boards is clear - Will a Biden or Trump victory impact Gold rates?
"During the quarter, we have witnessed the urgency among clients to adopt IT infrastructure models which would provide them the agility and flexibility to run their businesses remotely during the crisis," Sify CEO Kamal Nath said in the statement.
The Navaratri season is around. And, if you are keen on buying Gold, the Reserve Bank of India's seventh SGB scheme should be considered. The RBI's Series VII 2020-21 series is open to subscribers from Monday and investors can subscribe to these bonds at a price of Rs 5,051 per gram. For digital investors, the cost works out to Rs 5,001 per gram thanks to a Rs 50 discount for digital transactions. At this price, the October SGB is lower than the one launched in September (Rs 5,117). Now that you know the price, its better to understand the investment and the policy. The Sovereign Gold Bond is almost similar to investing in Gold although there exists few differences. First, the quoted price of Gold is authentic. When investing in physical Gold, getting the accurate price can be a frustrating impediment. There is the element of making charges, refining margins, wastage chargest etc. With SGB, there's none of those confusing parameters. Also, the price discovery mechanism is taken care of by the centuries old India Bullion Jewellers Association.
India Data Center Market Investment Analysis and Growth Opportunities Report 2020-2025 Featuring Pi Datacenter, CtrlS, Sify Technologies, Airtel, National Informatics Center, and Bridge Data Center05 Oct, 17:30, Benzinga • 拡大
DUBLIN , Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The "India Data Center Market- Investment Analysis and Growth Opportunities 2020-2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. India Data Center Market Size to Cross $4.5 Billion , Growing at a CAGR Of Over 4% During The Period 2020-2025. Pi Datacenter, CtrlS, Sify Technologies, Airtel(Nxtra), National Informatics Center, National Payment Corporation of India and Bridge Data Center are some of the prominent investors in the data center market in India . The Indian cloud market is estimated to be $4.5 billion by 2020. The IaaS adoption is likely to grow at a CAGR of 20% between 2020 and 2025. Data localization is likely to increase physical presence of cloud service providers, thereby increasing data center service revenue in the country. State governments in the country are attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) through tax incentives. Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have announced incentives for data center development in the last two years.
Tokyo: Shares rose Monday in Asia as investors were encouraged by positive reports about President Donald Trump's health after he tested positive for the coronavirus. Trump briefly ventured out in a motorcade on Sunday to salute cheering supporters. Trump's medical team reported that his blood oxygen level had dropped twice in recent days, and that they gave him a steroid typically only recommended for the very sick. They also said his health is improving and that he could be discharged as soon as Monday. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 gained 1.2% to 23,316.08. South Korea's Kospi jumped 1.3% to 2,356.80, while Australia's S&P/ASX 200 surged 2.4% to 5,932.40. Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 1.5% to 23,801.97. Markets are closed in Shanghai until Friday. Stephen Innes, chief global market strategist at Axi, said global markets were focused on Trump's recovery. "It is difficult to look beyond the trajectory of U.S. President Trump's illness in mapping out the contours of price action in the week ahead," he said in a report. "By reducing uncertainty around a possible delay to the U.S. presidential election, the initial market reaction should be positive for risk assets, with U.S. equities and oil prices, for example, reversing Friday's declines," Innes said.
Mito, Japan: Japanese telecoms giant Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, or NTT, announced Tuesday it will spend 4.3 trillion yen ($38 billion) to buy out and take private its mobile unit NTT DoCoMo in one of the largest ever deals of its kind. NTT and NTT DoCoMo executives released details of the plan Tuesday. The move is intended to enhance the competitiveness of the NTT group as it consolidates its services, said NTT's CEO Jun Sawada. "We want to be a game changer," Sawada said. He said that between Sept. 30-Nov. 16 the company would buy DoCoMo's shares at a price of 3,900 yen. DoCoMo's shares were last trading at 3,213 yen. NTT held about 66% of DoCoMo's shares as of March 31. The acquisition will be financed by bridge loans, not a share offering, the company said. The restructuring dovetails with newly installed Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's push for lower telecoms rates and more consumer and business-friendly services. It is expected to enable DoCoMo to offer cheaper rates in competition with rivals such as SoftBank and KDDI.
New Delhi: Does the popular phrase - 'Har Ghar Kuch Kehta hai' even require a cue? Asian Paints the darling of investors and a leading brand across India has been a pillar of hope in these Covid times. It was the glaring epitome of what great corporate leaders do during tought times - improve morale. For those unaware of what Asian Paints did, a reading of how they raised salaries is recommended. It raised annual pay during the month of May for its employees. It also transferred Rs 40 crores to contractors besides offering insurance, hospitalisation and support to partners. With the unlocking phase and the arrival of the festive season, the popular manufacturer has a new strategy. It has entered the home decor category and wants to optimize its offerings - furniture, furnishings, lightings and everything within an umbrella. In an interview, Amit Syngle, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Asian Paints Limited, takes us through the strategy. Syngle explains how the company endeavours to go beyond designer wallpapers, paints and kitchen and bath player, as an integrated home decor player.
Can inhaling second hand smoke infect you of coronavirus? Is that a troubling question? Is it turning difficult convincing a family member or a friend to abstain from smoking in times of the pandemic? Here's something that should help address your concern. The generic understanding is Vaping or Smoking cannot result in direct infection, although experts have ruled out the claims from such guidance. Medical practitioners and researchers believe second-hand smoke is least likely to directly spread the virus, but smokers are likely to blow droplets in air and these tiny drops could carry the coronavirus causing pathogens while exhaling. Being able to smell the smoke might be a red flag that you're standing too close to the smoker. The respiratory droplets people spray when they talk, cough or sneeze are believed to be causing Covid-infection. And people also exhale those droplets when smoking, as well as when they're vaping. "Not only are they potentially spreading virus by not wearing a mask, they are blowing those droplets to the people around them to potentially get infected," says Dr.
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