Animation and gaming company DQ Entertainment Ltd said it signed an exclusive broadcasting agreement with Sun TV Network Ltd to provide animated content.
Under the agreement DQ Entertainment will provide over 117 hours of international animated programmes co-produced with the major European, Canadian and US partners to Sun TV. The programmes includes four renowned properties, namely; Caspers Scare School (3D TV series), Benjamin Bear Season 1 (TV series), Leonardo (TV series) and Pet Pals (TV series), the company said in a regulatory filing.
According to the agreement, Sun TV has the rights to broadcast these programmes in four languages including Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam across their extensive network in India, Sri Lanka and many other countries with Indian diaspora.
On Tuesday, DQ Entertainment's shares ended 3.7% higher at Rs99 and Sun TV Network closed 0.8% up at Rs411 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.4% up at 17,412 points.
NIIT Ltd said it partnered with science education services provider Fourier Systems to make a mobile science lab available with classrooms across India.
Mobile science lab is a portable laboratory that revolutionises the way science is taught and learnt. As part of this partnership, NIIT will make available technology-enabled learning solution to explore science through computer-aided experimentation, while Fourier Systems will offer NOVA 5000 science data logger with a vast range of science probes for capturing relevant data and several other innovative solutions for learning of science, the IT education services provider said in a regulatory filing.
NIIT has worked to customise the solution for use in Indian schools. The solution covers a wide range of subjects like physics, chemistry, biology and environmental sciences. More than 210 experiments from NCERT defined curriculum can be performed, the company said.
On Tuesday, NIIT's shares ended 2.6% up at Rs63 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.4% up at 17,412 points.
Tata Communications Ltd said it signed an agreement with British Telecom (BT) that would allow customers on either of their existing video exchanges to establish conferences with customers on the other's video exchange.
The collaboration will provide each organisation with open access to a much broader network of businesses. The service will help enable telepresence users to reach more partners, suppliers, customers and prospects at public and private end-points and will facilitate globally distributed, real time face-to-face virtual conference meetings that drive greater value to the collaborating businesses, Tata Communications said in a regulatory filing.
On Tuesday, Tata Communications' shares gained 1.8% at Rs251 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.4% up at 17,412 points.