Apple acquires Hyderabad-based machine learning startup

Market regulator Sebi has told the Supreme Court that no useful purpose would be served by proceeding with the auction of Sahara properties in the second phase as most of them were in provisional attachment of Income Tax department. Seeking the hearing on its 2015 application for the appointment of a receiver for taking over the control of Sahara properties, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has sought court’s permission to issue certificates of sale of five properties to the successful bidder who have already paid the entire amount. These five properties were sold in the first phase of auction held in July. The Sebi has, in its application that was mentioned on Thursday, said that in the first phase it had put up 58 properties for auction…

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