NZ opens doors to spouses from arranged marriages held in India
Under the new guidelines, if an application is filed within three months of the arranged marriage ceremony, the spouse would be eligible to visit NZ under the Culturally Arranged Marriage visitor visa. If the three-month window has lapsed, the spouse may be granted a general visitor visa.
PM chairs meeting of Ganga council in Kanpur
The PM chaired the meeting of the council at Chandra Shekhar Azad Agriculture University. He rev...
Watch: India-China troops practice insertion by helicopters during joint training exercise
Shillong (Meghalaya), Dec 12 (ANI): India-China tr...
Nirav Modi's diamond swindle is hurting India’s economy in grip of slowdown
India’s gems industry employs almost 5 million workers and contributes about 7% of the GDP.
Modi risks losing focus on Indian economy as protests build
A month ago, Modi’s govt was ramping up programs to help boost growth from 6 yr low of 4.5% .
Government readies plan to push India into top 50 ease of business rankings
The government on Tuesday set out the roadmap to get India to break into the top 50 countries in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings with Prime Minister Narendra Modi brainstorming with ministries.
India assures renewable developers of pro-business policies
"Government is committed to managing curtailments to enhance the ease of doing business for developers in the renewable energy sector," New and Renewable Energy Secretary Anand Kumar said on the sidelines of the ongoing Madrid Climate Conference (CoP25) at Madrid in Spain late Monday.
Buy Steel Authority of India, target Rs 46: Kunal Bothra
Buy Steel Authority of India (SAIL) Ltd. at a price target of Rs 46.0 and a stoploss at Rs 36 from entry point.
Citizenship law divisive, against spirit of Constitution: Kamal Nath
"I am deeply hurt that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the central government did not even call the chief ministers for a talk on such an important issue before drafting the CAB," Nath said in a statement.
Those indulging in arson 'can be identified by their clothes': Narendra Modi on anti-CAA protest
Protests have been raging against the law in northeast and West Bengal, where several railway stations, trains and buses were set afire by mobs over the last two days.
The Bankruptcy Code isn't broken, but it still needs fixing
The govt needs to make the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code speedier, more transparent and hazard-free.
Industrialists in India scared of paying 'CBI taxes': Mamata
Banerjee went on to clarify that by "CBI tax", she meant clearances from the central investigating agency. Speaking at the concluding session of the 'Bengal Business Conclave' here, the chief minister also urged businessmen to invest in the state, where there is "no mental tension".
Ground water could be India's big job killer
Over 14,000 applications for ground water extraction from industries in the north held back by Central Ground Water Authority citing NGT orders.
Aon India's senior executives quit firm to join Deloitte
Anandorup Ghose, a partner and the head of emerging markets at Aon, who also headed its performance, rewards and organisation practice, has resigned after a nearly 14-year stint and joined Deloitte. A team of 15-plus consultants including three directors have left with him.
Avoid metals in long term, go for India focused pharma cos: Sudip Bandyopadhyay
The uncertainties on the back of the tariff war have not ended, says Inditrade Cap group chairman.
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