Major News Headlines, March 2017, Third Week

1)Bollywood Actor Salman Khan all set launch his Mobile Phone “BeingSmart”

2)Stellaris to boost Indian Startup with $100 Million

3)Reliance Jio and Google working Undercover for cheap 4G Smartphones

4)Zero Transaction Charges for Aadhar Pay App Users

Being Smart

Ace Bollywood Actor Salman Khan is all set to launch his own Smartphone brand named ‘BeingSmart.’ The name is taken from his clothing brand ‘BeingHuman.’ According to the reports, the actor has registered the BeingSmart trademark for smartphone venture already.The smartphones will lie in the entry level and Mid-Range category which will be targeted for middle-class families.


Venture Partners, Stellaris have announced that they will be boosting Indian Tech Startups with $100 Million from its maiden closing. Contributions for the Indian tech startups came from corporate companies like Infosys, Entrepreneurs family offices from the US, Europe, Asia and from other financial institutions. The main objective behind this is to build the network with the invested money. More than 50 entrepreneurs, as well as business professionals in India and abroad, will be benefitted by the contribution.

Reliance Jio

After surpassing 100 million subscribers, JIO has no intentions to stop exploring the market. According to the reports, Reliance JIO has partnered with Google to develop affordable 4G Smartphones, (VolTE) which will be targeted towards the lower middle-class audience.

Aadhar Pay App

Adhaar Pay  allows customers to make purchases at shops through electronic transactions, without having to use plastic cards or mobile phones.

The most attractive feature of Aadhar Pay is that it does not impose any transaction fee on the consumer.

All the consumer needs to do is carry his/her Aadhaar number and mention the bank.

Major News Headlines, March 2017, Third Week
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

To Top