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  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Q3 net up 30% to Rs 938 cr | The Financial Express
    the current fiscal the gross non performing Assets NPAs of the bank increased to 2 01 per cent of the total advances from 1 58 per cent at the end of third quarter of 2014 15 The net NPAs of the bank also rose to 0 85 per cent from 0 83 per cent of the total assets First Published on January 18 2016 2 43 pm Tags Kotak Mahindra Bank Please Wait while comments are loading More on this story Hold rating on Kotak Mahindra Bank Integration on track in Q3 Maintain hold on Kotak bank target Rs 666 HSBC Kotak Mahindra Bank posts 28 12 increase in Q2 standalone net Calculators Tax Calculator House Loan Calculator Financial Planner Inflation Planner Pension Calculator Employee PF Calculator Equity Screener Auto Loan Retirement Plan Savings Investment Guidance Videos BMW 7 series Merc S600 showcased at Auto Expo 2016 Auto Expo 2016 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Baleno RS unveiled Auto Expo 2016 Toyota Innova Crysta MPV makes its India debut Auto Expo 2016 New Hyundai Tucson SUV revealed Galleries IPL 9 auction Market Capitalisation Employment index Vegetable oil import BSE Sensex more PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016 In the news PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 India s biotech moment A made in India Zika virus vaccine Sanam Teri Kasam collections at Rs 1 25 cr Valentine s Day booster shot missing New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016 From Real Madrid to Chelsea Know the top

    Original URL path: http://www.financialexpress.com/article/industry/banking-finance/kotak-mahindra-bank-q3-net-up-30-to-rs-938-cr/197196/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Vista Rooms to add 1,300 hotels, expand to 65 cities in 2016 | The Financial Express
    round of funding for expansion plans We are looking to raise around USD 10 million in the next round of funding We are looking for strategic investors focused on the travel and hospitality space and also at Venture Capital funds for this Damani said The company has already had a series A round of funding he added Elaborating on the benefits to the hotels on tie ups with Vista Rooms Damani said We work closely with partner hotels in creating operational efficiency and improving customer service apart from marketing the properties Launched in April Vista Rooms was co founded by Amit Damani Ankita Sheth and Pranav Maheshwari is also considering to double number of its employees from 75 during the year as it enters new cities First Published on January 18 2016 4 24 pm Please Wait while comments are loading Calculators Tax Calculator House Loan Calculator Financial Planner Inflation Planner Pension Calculator Employee PF Calculator Equity Screener Auto Loan Retirement Plan Savings Investment Guidance Videos BMW 7 series Merc S600 showcased at Auto Expo 2016 Auto Expo 2016 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Baleno RS unveiled Auto Expo 2016 Toyota Innova Crysta MPV makes its India debut Auto Expo 2016 New Hyundai Tucson SUV revealed Galleries IPL 9 auction Market Capitalisation Employment index Vegetable oil import BSE Sensex more PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016 In the news PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 India s biotech moment A made in India Zika virus vaccine Sanam Teri Kasam

    Original URL path: http://www.financialexpress.com/article/industry/companies/vista-rooms-to-add-1300-hotels-expand-to-65-cities-in-2016/197283/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Print: Many young people fear losing their jobs to robots: Survey – The Financial Express - Page 99
    world s biggest nations commissioned by Indian business and software services firm Infosys Almost 80 percent globally said they had to learn new skills not taught them in school and that rapid technology change the threat of being overtaken by robots or smart systems required constant learning of fresh skills to compensate The study surveyed around 1 000 young people each in Australia Brazil Britain China France Germany India and the United States as well as South Africa where a smaller sample of 700 was polled Infosys Chief Executive Vishal Sikka said technologies have evolved far faster than what was thought possible even 10 years ago while the educational system remains wedded to practices initially designed for agrarian societies 300 years ago We must transition away from our past shift the focus from learning what we already know to an education focused on exploring what hasn t happened yet he said in response to the findings Globally while almost two thirds of those queried said they felt positive about their job prospects those in developing markets Brazil China India and South Africa were far more optimistic than their peers in developed markets While in India 60 percent said they think

    Original URL path: http://www.financialexpress.com/article/industry/jobs/many-young-people-fear-losing-their-jobs-to-robots-survey/197272/99/print/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Scientists urge world to stop killer robots | The Financial Express
    precisely weapons that can locate and attack targets without human intervention Russell said he did not foresee a day in which robots fight the wars for humans and at the end of the day one side says OK you won so you can have all our women But some 1 000 science and technology chiefs including British physicist Stephen Hawking said in an open letter last July that the development of weapons with a degree of autonomous decision making capacity could be feasible within years not decades They called for a ban on offensive autonomous weapons that are beyond meaningful human control warning that the world risked sliding into an artificial intelligence arms race and raising alarm over the risks of such weapons falling into the hands of violent extremists The question is can these machines follow the rules of war Russell said How for an example could an autonomous weapon differentiate between civilians soldiers resistance fighters and rebels How could it know that it should not kill a pilot who has ejected from a plane and is parachuting to the ground I am against robots for ethical reasons but I do not believe ethical arguments will win the day I believe strategic arguments will win the day Russell said The United States had renounced biological weapons because of the risk that one day they could deployed by almost anybody he said I hope this will happen with robots Alan Winfield professor of electronic engineering at the University of the West of England warned that removing humans from battlefield decision making would have grave consequences It means that humans are deprived from moral responsibility Winfield said Moreover the reaction of the robots may be hard to predict he said When you put a robot in a chaotic environment it behaves chaotically First Published on January 23 2016 1 03 am Tags Robot Please Wait while comments are loading More on this story Many young people fear losing their jobs to robots Survey Empathy When robots get hurt we feel it too Chinese robot makes Guinness world record for walking 134 km Calculators Tax Calculator House Loan Calculator Financial Planner Inflation Planner Pension Calculator Employee PF Calculator Equity Screener Auto Loan Retirement Plan Savings Investment Guidance Videos BMW 7 series Merc S600 showcased at Auto Expo 2016 Auto Expo 2016 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Baleno RS unveiled Auto Expo 2016 Toyota Innova Crysta MPV makes its India debut Auto Expo 2016 New Hyundai Tucson SUV revealed Galleries IPL 9 auction Market Capitalisation Employment index Vegetable oil import BSE Sensex more PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016 In the news PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 India s biotech moment

    Original URL path: http://www.financialexpress.com/article/lifestyle/science/scientists-urge-world-to-stop-killer-robots/200603/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Empathy: When robots get hurt, we feel it too | The Financial Express
    not for a robot in perceived pain Then the difference between empathy toward humans and robots disappeared in the descending phase of P3 500 650 ms explains Michiteru Kitazaki The positive shift of P3 is considered as reflecting the top down process of empathy Its beginning phase seems related to the process of perspective taking as was shown in a previous study This study will contribute to the development of human friendly robots whom we feel sympathy for and comfortable with The study appears in Scientific Reports First Published on November 4 2015 7 55 pm Tags Love And Empathy Robot Please Wait while comments are loading More on this story Scientists urge world to stop killer robots Many young people fear losing their jobs to robots Survey Chinese robot makes Guinness world record for walking 134 km Videos BMW 7 series Merc S600 showcased at Auto Expo 2016 Auto Expo 2016 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Baleno RS unveiled Auto Expo 2016 Toyota Innova Crysta MPV makes its India debut Auto Expo 2016 New Hyundai Tucson SUV revealed Galleries IPL 9 auction Market Capitalisation Employment index Vegetable oil import BSE Sensex more PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016 In the news PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 India s biotech moment A made in India Zika virus vaccine Sanam Teri Kasam collections at Rs 1 25 cr Valentine s Day booster shot missing New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016 From Real Madrid to Chelsea Know

    Original URL path: http://www.financialexpress.com/article/lifestyle/science/empathy-when-robots-get-hurt-we-feel-it-too/160927/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Chinese robot makes Guinness world record for walking 134 km | The Financial Express
    the robot in November 2014 The first prototype was produced in January Li said that the overall task was not simply to extend the length the robot can trek but rather to study electrical efficiency increase the robot s reliability and possibly enabling the robots to perform dangerous remotely controlled missions in place of a human being We can apply the technology and processes involved to a wide range of robotic devices to make them more efficient durable and reliable In the future we could begin to use these robots for dangerous or remote tasks Li said First Published on November 2 2015 9 02 am Tags Robot Please Wait while comments are loading More on this story Scientists urge world to stop killer robots Many young people fear losing their jobs to robots Survey Empathy When robots get hurt we feel it too Videos BMW 7 series Merc S600 showcased at Auto Expo 2016 Auto Expo 2016 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Baleno RS unveiled Auto Expo 2016 Toyota Innova Crysta MPV makes its India debut Auto Expo 2016 New Hyundai Tucson SUV revealed Galleries IPL 9 auction Market Capitalisation Employment index Vegetable oil import BSE Sensex more PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016 In the news PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 India s biotech moment A made in India Zika virus vaccine Sanam Teri Kasam collections at Rs 1 25 cr Valentine s Day booster shot missing New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016

    Original URL path: http://www.financialexpress.com/article/lifestyle/science/chinese-robot-makes-guinness-world-record-for-walking-134-km/159813/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Print: Indian American man invents geothermal snowmelt system – The Financial Express - Page 99
    redesigned it in accordance with the nature calling it as the Zenesis House hardly had to do any shovelling in the last week s snow blizzard in the country The house has no furnace no air conditioner and no hot water heater but has the ability to melt the snow right off the driveway reported the www nj com Using the powers of nature to fight the snow the Parikh family developed a geothermal snowmelt system that warms water to about 100 degrees using solar collectors and geothermal pumps That water is piped underneath the driveway and walkways The Parikhs use the sun and the ground to heat and cool the house as well During the winter the house intakes air warmed by the sun and carries it 12 feet underground to be heated by the ground before piping it inside The incoming air is also heated by exhaust air coming from the kitchen and bathroom To cool the house the air takes the same route only it skips the solar collectors Heated driveways are widely available but they usually burn gas or oil Raj s son Asit was quoted as saying They re burning fuel he said There s

    Original URL path: http://www.financialexpress.com/article/lifestyle/science/indian-american-man-invents-geothermal-snowmelt-system/204136/99/print/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Indian-American social entrepreneur Bhagwati Agrawal among CNN’s Top Ten Heroes | The Financial Express
    from July to September The system frees adults to spend time doing more valuable activities Not having to fetch water allows children especially girls to spend more time in school People report fewer health problems Dairy cows have become twice as productive The way I look at it I m 70 years old Agrawal was quoted as saying by the channel I only have maybe 10 years left of active life Right now I m like Usain Bolt the sprinter And I will run very fast to accomplish this mission he said The other members of the list are Jim Withers Monique Pool Richard Joyner Maggie Doyne Sean Gobin Kim Carter Rochelle Ripley Jody Farley Berens Daniel Ivankovich First Published on October 9 2015 8 42 am Tags Indian American Please Wait while comments are loading More on this story Indian American man invents geothermal snowmelt system Indian American Renu Khator to lead Board of Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Videos BMW 7 series Merc S600 showcased at Auto Expo 2016 Auto Expo 2016 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Baleno RS unveiled Auto Expo 2016 Toyota Innova Crysta MPV makes its India debut Auto Expo 2016 New Hyundai Tucson SUV revealed Galleries IPL 9 auction Market Capitalisation Employment index Vegetable oil import BSE Sensex more PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 New Mahindra cars at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016 In the news PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Paradeep oil refinery Top 10 takeaways Sunny Deol starrer Ghayal Once Again box office collections soar to Rs 14 85 cr by day 2 India s biotech moment A made in India Zika virus vaccine Sanam Teri Kasam collections at Rs 1 25

    Original URL path: http://www.financialexpress.com/article/economy/indian-american-social-enterpreneur-bhagwati-agrawal-among-cnns-top-ten-heroes/148334/ (2016-02-08)
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