INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE
S Jaishankar on facilitating NRIs to vote via Indian missions abroad
External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar attended ‘Pravasi Bharatiya...
Q3 results this week: Reliance, TCS, HDFC Bank, ICICI Lombard GI
HDFC Bank, Goa Carbon and Jindal Steel will announce their Q3 results on Sat...
Indian domestic passenger traffic hits 11.3% growth in November: IATA
"However, economic growth (in India) in the third quarter was the weake...
2020 to be a year of consolidation & transition for D-Street: Aditya Birla AMC
The fund house believes corporate earnings growth is likely to pickup in line with the improvement in the economy. It projects FY21 Nifty earnings growth at around 23 per cent.
IndusInd Bank Q3 results: Profit jumps 32% to Rs 1,300 crore, but misses estimates
Analysts in an ET NOW poll had projected a profit of Rs 1,450 crore.
Swaminathan Aiyar on economic slowdown and how to deal with it
ET's Consulting Editor Swaminathan Aiyar shares his views on whether the economic slowdown will get even worse and what steps can the govern...
Remove misconceptions, spread positive message on services: Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh to veterans
"The bond between the service people and the veterans is indelible and eternal. Please do not hesitate in approaching the services for anything - suggestions, requests, recommendations, course correction," Singh said. He also urged the veterans to use the respect that they have in society to give a positive image of the services.
How to manage the 'internal customer': India Inc has a serious battle looming
How well do organisations in India truly understand their workforce? And as a corollary, how genuinely invested are they in employee engagement and well-being? The questions at this present juncture may sound regrettably rhetorical — but they are the ones HR leaders in companies across India need to be asking themselves urgently.
SoftBank in talks to sell stake in Indian renewable energy venture
The group is looking at a partner that can provide equity commitments of $1.5 billion to $2 billion to execute and complete a pipeline of 7 gigawatts of renewable projects around the world.
Draft policy on rare diseases looks at Rs 15 lakh aid to the poor
In an attempt to address concerns of patients suffering from any rare disease and reeling under its exorbitant cost of treatment, the health ministry has come up with a new draft National Policy for Rare Diseases, 2020, which highlights “scarce resources” to provide financial support for treatment of rare diseases.
Infy, Tata Steel, Coal India among 60 stocks readying to rally, shows MACD
Strong trading volumes on many of these counters are lending credence to the emerging trend.
Bangladeshis attack Indian border outpost; 1 BSF jawan injured
The incidents took place at Amdoh and Rongtila, which are about five km from the India-Bangladesh border, West Jaintia Hills SP Lakador Syiem said. "A group of 10-15 Bangladeshi nationals allegedly surrounded two BSF personnel near the Rongtila border outpost (BOP), assaulted them and snatched their weapons, causing injuries to one of them," he said.
Parliament canteen may soon go fully veg
IRCTC, a subsidiary of the Indian Railways, may soon be told to pack up as caterers to the Parliament canteen. The race for its replacement seems to be narrowing down to private brands, Bikarnerwala and Haldiram, choices that may mean the menu available for the MPs will only be vegetarian.
New Army deputy-chief to look after ops & strategic planning post-Doklam
The need for the new post of Deputy Chief of Army Staff (Strategy) or DCOAS (S) was acutely felt during the 73-day troop confrontation between India and China at Doklam near the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction in June-August 2017
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