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Netflix-led OTT platforms threaten cable TV in India: Report

MUMBAI: Netflix and other over-the-top (OTT) platforms are slowly but steadily eating the cable TV business, a new KPMG report has said, adding that there was a decline of nearly 12-15 million active subscribers for the cable & satellite (C&S) universe in the fourth quarter (Q4) of the financial year 2019.

KPMG offers a package of Rs 4.99 lakhs per annum

One of the Big Four Accounting Companies of the world, KPMG offered package of Rs 4.99 lakhs per annum along with medical benefits to five students of University Institute of Legal Studies(UILS), Panjab University Chandigarh as a part of its Annual Placement Drive Negotium 2019 which was organized by the Career Development Cell, UILS. Out of 17 students shortlisted, 5 were offered the job namely namely Anupriya, Dhriti, Divya Thakur, Simran Syal and Tarun Inder Kaur.

Smartphone prices down 16% in 10 years: Report

The average selling price of smartphones in India has declined by 16 per cent during 2009-2018, a joint-report by ICEA and KPMG said on Tuesday.

punjab cabinet approves modalities for distribution of smart phones to youth

CHANDIGARH: Less than two years after it took over the state’s reins, and despite the acute financial crunch faced by it, the Captain Amarinder Singh led Punjab government is all set to implement its key poll promise of giving smart phones to the youth.

Punjab government to rope banks to provide soft loans for startups : Capt Amarinder

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday announced his government’s decision to rope in banks and other financial institutions to provide soft loans to youth for launching startups.

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