Donald Trump impeachment trial to begin with rules fight, long days
President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is set to unfold at the Capitol, a contentious proceeding to render judgment on his Ukraine actions as Americans form their own verdict at the start of an election year.
Amazon, Flipkart bring Diwali spirit to Republic Day sales
There will be no change in pricing and discount strategy of cos despite Goyal’s re...
Xiaomi spins off POCO as an independent in brand India
"What started as a sub-brand in POCO has grown into its own identity in a short span o...
YES Bank tanks another 18% in 3 days: Is it a sinking ship now?
YES Bank said it would not proceed with the offer made by Erwin Singh Braich/SPGP Holdings.
Central Vista makeover: Cabinet secy asks ministries to provide staff details by Jan 15
The government has readied a blue print for its ambitious plan to redevelop Central Vista -- for which several buildings such as Krishi Bhawan, Shastri Bhawan, Vigyan Bhawan, Vice-President's residence and Nirman Bhawan are likely to be razed. The redevelopment plan of Central Vista is likely to include a triangular Parliament building next to the existing one.
A day after #Megxit, Meghan Markle leaves for Canada to be with son Archie
The couple spent six weeks in Canada at the end of 2019 before returning to Britain.
Resignations by independent directors double in 2019 as risks grow
A record 1,393 independent director posts were vacated this year, compared with 767 in 2018 and 717 in 2017.
No oversight, poor record-keeping led to Kota deaths
The probes have blamed this lack of supervision as mainly responsible for the poor management of the hospital. The preliminary re-ports have revealed that out of 533 equipment, 320 were not functional for want of AMC. “We have found that hospitals under medical colleges do not acquire equipment through the online system of Rajasthan Medical Corp Ltd.
US says support India's objectives on repealing Article 370, but concerned over situation in Kashmir
The Trump administration has said that they are closely monitoring the situation in the valley. Wells said, that she also encourages the Indian government to follow through on its commitment to hold assembly elections in the state.
View: India may well be on the cusp of a new independence
"We may well be on the cusp of a new independence reflected in the throaty slogans of “Azaadi”. The very words and sentiments purportedly maligned by the establishment for being anti-national will become the sheet anchor of contemporary patriotism," says Congress leader Salman Khurshid.
Baloch people want UNHRC to save them from Pakistan atrocities
The people of Balochistan, who seek independence from Pakistan, have earlier raised the issue of their "annihilation" by the Pakistani forces at the forum of UNHRC.
Over-enthusiasm versus under-tourism
If even half a billion Indians decide to see their country, no spot will be uncrowded.
India set to cross 100GW renewable energy capacity mark in 2020
Presently, the issues hampering growth of renewables in India are lack of interest of financial institution to fund renewable energy projects, safeguard duty on imported solar panels, ambiguity over goods and services tax (GST) on solar equipment and low investor sentiment due to delayed or non-payment by discoms to clean energy developers.
Hong Kong marchers target malls on third day of Christmas protests
The “shopping protests” have targeted malls across Hong Kong since Christmas Eve, turning violent at times with police firing tear gas to disperse demonstrators in areas filled with shoppers. The turnout on Thursday was smaller than that on previous two days yet riot police stepped up patrols at shopping centers on the Kowloon peninsula.
Govt lets 5G waves roll, asks cos to submit bids for trial in 10 days
Telecom operators must apply afresh within the next 10 days for 5G spectrum trials and airwaves will be allotted upon approval of their applications.
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