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Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Launched `Host City Logo' For Navi Mumbai
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday launched `host city logo' for Navi Mumbai, one of the venues for the FIFA-U17 World Cup to be held in India for the first time, from October 6. The chief minister launched the logo here in the presence of Yuva Sena chief and Mumbai Football District Association president Aaditya Thackeray, and Vijay Patil, President of DY Patil Sports Academy.
Nse Tech Conclave 2017 Is Here To Help Indian Entrepreneurs Unlock Value Through Public Markets
Many Indian entrepreneurs shy away from going public because of concerns like the need to be profitable and the need for coming out with quarterly results after going public. India’s leading stock exchange, The National Stock Exchange (NSE), is organising the NSE Tech Conclave 2017 in Bengaluru just to address some of these concerns. The event will focus on helping tech entrepreneurs and private equity investors get value out of public markets as they look to grow and scale their startups.
Uber Signs Contract With Nasa To Develop Flying Taxi Software
Uber has taken a step forward in its plan to make autonomous “flying taxis” a reality, signing a contract with Nasa to develop the software to manage them. The company’s chief product officer, Jeff Holden, announced the new service contract at Web Summit in Lisbon, alongside its intention to begin testing four-passenger, 200mph UberAir flying taxi services across Los Angeles in 2020, its second test market in the US after Dallas.