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View: India’s ban on Chinese apps sends out the right signal
After considering several wrong sanctions, it has found the right ones. India has banned 59 Chinese mobile apps.
View: What the West can learn from India's ease with the past
In the past, the guardians of uber cosmopolitanism were accustomed to berating ...
Slow recovery is ideal for stock markets and India in a good spot: Saurabh Mukherjea
Stop-start lockdowns keep liquidity sloshing around abun...
Jawaharlal Nehru ignored intelligence report of Chinese road in Indian territory in 1957: Book
In a soon to be out book, ‘End of an Era, India Exits Tibet’, well-known China expert Claude Arpi has set out in exhaustive detail, based on Nehru Memorial Library papers, de-classified Indian and Chinese documents and personal interviews about the ominous consolidation of China’s occupation of Tibet failed to prod India into action.
Ambition on hold: India’s pursuit of $5 trillion economy by 2025 will need recalibration
The Covid crisis escalated things dramatically since March with businesses struggling to make all ends meet. As one of the major planks of the mega economic dream, the poor health of MSMEs will mean India’s vision of being a $5 trillion economy will need new tactics and more patience.
All issues red-flagged by DGCA in past addressed by Kozhikode airport operator: Aviation minister
The minister's statement came after various news reports stated that the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had issued a show cause notice to the director of the Kozhikode airport on July 11 last year after it found "various critical safety lapses" in different places, including the runway and the apron.
Demand for teaching jobs witnesses impressive jump: Job site data
The impressive increase could be attributed to the development of digital media which has opened avenues to new roles such as online tutors and e-educators.
AOB India – The Most Reliable Sales Outsourcing Partner For Any Business
Sales function has always been a parameter in defining any company’s success. Sales Outsourcing Company, AOB India, leverages its expertise in strategic sal...
Zomato delivery partners protest 'China Funding'
The videos of these protests, which show a group of purportedly Zomato employees burning the company uniform, first surfaced on Twitter.
View: How to get Make-in-India to work this time
While there is again an air of export-pessimism today, on account of rising protectionism, the paralysis of multilateralism in trade, and the post-Covid disruption of maritime trade, Modi appears more sanguine, inviting FDI and asking domestic producers to ‘make for the world’.
Himalayan neighbours: New Delhi must wait to reset her ties with Kathmandu
Former foreign minister Ramesh Nath Pandey asked if Lord Ram was from Birganj, where was the Sarayu river? Oli’s comments have been the butt of sarcasm and caustic humour in his own country, especially on social media. In India, leaders from both the BJP and Congress have condemned Oli’s remarks.
View: India needs to accelerate indigenous Covid-19 diagnostics manufacturing
Rapid and effective epidemiological testing is key to implementing a containment plan. Two types of tests are used to evaluate the impact of any infection on human populations: a direct identification of the infectious agent (e.g., viral RNA, bacteria in body fluids etc.) and a measure of the host response (e.g., antibody tests also known technically as serology tests).
India’s budget under strain on day one of new fiscal year
As India now conducts the world’s biggest lockdown, budget pressures are set to worsen.
India will bring transparency, credibility, effectiveness to work of Security Council: T S Tirumurti
India garnered 184 votes out of the 192 ballots cast in the General Assembly on Wednesday to win the election for the non-permanent seat in the Security Council. India's two year term will begin on January 1, 2021. This is the eighth time that India will sit at the UN high-table, which comprises five permanent members and 10 non-permanent members.
Narasimha Rao can truly be called father of economic reforms in India: Manmohan Singh
"On this day, while inaugurating his birth centenary celebrations, I pay my humble respects to the man who had the vision and the courage to push these reforms," the Congress leader said, adding that Rao, like former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, had great concern for the country's poor.