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‘Free movement of ideas, people is important': Louise Richardson

According to data from the UK’s Higher Education Statistical Agency, the number of Indian students in the UK has been declining at a CAGR of 5.7% although it has risen at a CAGR of 2.7% at the University of Oxford.

'Suicide is not just a mental health issue'

Rakhi Dandona, lead author of The Lancet Public Health study, talks about the report’s findings and the need for a national prevention policy.

Even the bad guys have a talent problem: Sandra Joyce, FireEye’s vice president

"You can expect every responsible nation state to be conducting espionage of some kind. That is a normal nation-state behaviour," Joyce said.

IMF MD Christine Lagarde urges global leaders to fix and not destroy global trade

"I hope tensions will de-escalate because players will appreciate the virtue and sit around the table to fix global trade and not destroy it," the IMF chief said.

I'm not undermining HAL but need to look at reality: Nirmala Sitharaman

The Modi govt has given enough support to HAL, says Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

Ward wise wet waste collection by Year-end

While, the BBMP wants segregation, the state government has been talking about setting up wasteto-energy plants that require mixed waste.

‘Trying out everything is a riskier road for NBFCs’

Its group managing director Vishal Kampani believes that successful NBFCs would have a higher promoter ownership, should grow at a conservative pace, and stick to a monoline model of business.

Government prepared to increase dollar reserves if needed: Subhash Chandra Garg

The commerce department has identified the areas where opportunities exist for our exports to go up.

Russian Export Centre opens chapter in India

"India is one of the largest world’s economies with a great potential for further growth," said Andrey Slepnev.

What the Doctor orders: Ground report on Ayushman Bharat from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar

A day after the Ayushman Bharat launch, ET travelled to Uttar Pradesh and Bihar for a ground report and also spoke with scheme CEO Indu Bhushan.

NBFC slump is a crisis of confidence, says Ajay Piramal

In 2008, there was no liquidity in the market. Today there is no liquidity crisis. It is more a crisis of confidence. That is different from not having money to lend.

ArcelorMittal's bid for Essar Steel quite high but Vedanta is most eligible: Anil Agarwal

We are eligible and we are clean. Eligibility-wise we are the best, the vedanta chairman said.

No question of deleting Aadhaar data: UIDAI CEO Ajay Bhushan Pandey

UIDAI CEO said the Supreme Court has upheld the enrolment of members retrospectively before the Aadhaar Act came into effect.

Snapdeal founders share the story of its turn around

In their first interview since the Flipkart talks collapsed, the founders discuss how they turned around the company by narrowing their focus to become cash-flow positive.

Private Equity is all about growth now, not cost-cutting: Stephen Pagliuca

During his recent trip to mark the fund’s tenth anniversary in India, Pagliuca spoke to ET’s Arijit Barman about his outlook for India and the world.

Bengaluru’s first design week celebrates creativity and the city

"Bengaluru Design Week (BDW) is a small step towards building a design-conscious and design-driven industry and society."

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