Week In Review: AI Collaborations, G20 Summit Elegance, And Box Office Records

Another week has passed, and the business landscape of India continues to evolve with significant developments. From NVIDIA’s deepening ties with India to the G20 Summit, here’s a look at the major stories that shaped the week.

NVIDIA’s Growing Engagement with India

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, emphasizing India’s vast potential in artificial intelligence (AI). The tech giant’s collaboration with Reliance Industries and the Tata Group further cements its commitment to India’s technological advancement. These partnerships aim to develop AI solutions tailored for India, including a foundational large language model and an AI supercomputer. Read the full article here.

G20 Summit: A Culinary and Cultural Extravaganza

The G20 Summit in New Delhi is not just about global politics and economics. It’s also about showcasing India’s rich cultural and culinary heritage. World leaders will be treated to traditional vegetarian dishes spotlighting millet, the ancient grain. Moreover, the summit’s dining experience will be elevated with meals served on silver and gold-plated utensils, reflecting India’s opulent traditions. Read the full article here.

Shah Rukh Khan’s “Jawan” Sets the Box Office Ablaze

Bollywood’s King Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, has done it again. His latest film “Jawan” is crossed the ₹200 crore mark in just three days. The film’s success underscores the actor’s enduring appeal and the Indian audience’s love for cinematic spectacles. Read the full article here.

Tata’s Haldiram Acquisition: On or Off the Menu?

The Tata Group was reportedly in talks to acquire a stake in the popular snack food company Haldiram’s. However, recent developments suggest that the acquisition might not be on the menu for Tata Consumer Products, leading to fluctuations in the company’s share price. Read the full article here.

Viacom18’s Exclusive ISL Broadcasting Rights

Viacom18 has secured the exclusive rights to broadcast and stream the Indian Super League (ISL) football matches for the next two seasons. This development marks a shift in the broadcasting landscape as Disney Star steps back after nine seasons. Read the full article here.


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