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- Indian Architect and Educator Balkrishna Doshi has been awarded the Pritzker Prize Pritzker Prize is instituted by Hyatt Foundation based in Chicago, USA in 1979. Awarded for a career of achievement in the art of architecture.
- Indian Government has approved MoU between India and Hellenic on Renewable Energy Co-operation
- Tata Consultancy Services has been named as the Fastest growing IT services Brand Globally in a report released by Brand Finance an independent branded business valuation consultancy based in London
- Government of India has announced that India is going to achieve 20 GW connected Grid of Installed Solar Power Generation Capacity by end of March 2018. Achievement as on 08-03-2018 was 19.58 GW
- Ministry of Railways has announced that, Indian Railways will cut expenditure of Rs 10000 Crore a Year by introducing an electronic reverse Auction process, a first-of-its-kind for the Indian Railways
- French President Emmanuel Macron will be on a 4-day visit to India from March 09 – 12 2018. Important Strategic MoU in various Fields of Cooperation is expected. He is going to inaugurate a 75-MW Enviro Solitaire Pvt. Ltd Solar Power Plant jointly with PM Narendra Modi
- India’s Bandhan Bank Ltd is going to launch the biggest ever share sale by a local Bank. The Kolkata Based Bank is going for an IPO of USD 683 Million on March-15-2018
- International Women’s Day is observed every Year on March-08-2018
- Co-founder and Former CEO of UBER Travis Kalanick has launched a new venture Fund 10100 through which he is focusing on investments in real estate, e-commerce and emerging innovations in China and India
- Eleven Nations – Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam excluding USA will be signing a revamped landmark Trade Agreement Deal – Trans-Pacific-Partnership in Wellington,
New Zealand. The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) will reduce tariffs in countries that together amount to more than 13 percent of the global economy – a total of $10 trillion.