Apple to make iPhone 14 in India
26 September 2022 | 4:55 pm
Apple said on Monday it will manufacture its latest iPhone 14 in India, as the tech giant moves some of its production away from China.
India's consumer affairs authority has said tips must be voluntary and cannot be placed on bills "by any other name." Many hotels and restaurants will automatically place a 5%-15% "service charge" on customers' bills.
They are known as the foot soldiers of India's healthcare system. The female health workers saving thousands of lives in Indian rural areas, are now demanding better pay and recognition from the government.
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Swarnalatha Reddi moved to Chennai, India’s automotive hub, to work in Mahindra’s R&D division. The young engineer is hoping to help Mahindra make the move to electromobility.
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Economic instability has Indian investors and exporters worried about receiving payments. The Indian government is doing what it can to help keep essential goods moving.
The death may mark the fourth monkeypox-related fatality since the outbreak began in May. The cause of the death is still being investigated.
India is trying to strengthen its long-standing ties to countries on the continent as New Delhi attempts to catch up with China, which has emerged as Africa's largest trading partner.
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