CM Bommai inaugurates India's largest IKEA store, says company to invest Rs 3,000 crore in Karnataka
With a planned investment of Rs 3,000 crore in Karnataka, IKEA is expecting to attract close to five million visitors this year in Bengaluru.
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy led a delegation to Davos, interacted with captains of industries and clinched deals in key sectors.
The 4.60 lakh sq feet store will feature over 7,000 home furnishing products, and the large-format store will be connected to the Nagasandra metro station.
The delegation from Telangana successfully concluded its 10-day trip to the UK and the World Economic Forum, Davos on Friday.
Company CIO sees Telangana Mobility Valley as a major opportunity, partners up with the State govt for venture
The solutions are aimed at supporting disbursements in the State, building capacity among SMBs and enabling farmers to increase their incomes.
The CEO offered to partner with Andhra University to draft a curriculum on high-end technology.
The main promenade of this small ski resort town during a rare springtime WEF Annual Meeting was dotted with pavilions of as many as six Indian states.
Olaf Scholz on Thursday made a strong pitch for diversifying engagements with all democracies of the world so that a multipolar world also becomes multilateral in nature.
The summit gave the Ukrainians a chance to press the world's political and business leaders face-to-face for urgent help after three months of fighting.
Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Wednesday invited international firms to invest in Karnataka and be part of its success story.
Ashish Singhal of CoinSwitch, discussed with the CM ways of providing technology to secure records of comprehensive land survey in AP.
With the WTO chief sitting next to him in the panel, Goyal said India traditionally has never been an exporter of grains and was rather importing initially, till the Green Revolution happened.
In Davos, economic and central bank officials debated the effects of moving abstract policy levers at their disposal, while company bosses outlined their worries about the business outlook.
The idea is to send market signals that lead to more investing and scaling up of technologies like green steel, green hydrogen and carbon capture.