For foreign degree, Indians can go anywhere
The overseas affairs ministry, which recently shared the data on Indians studying in various corners of the world, found that the total number of students who have travelled out for a foreign education rose from 5.7 lakh students in 2016 to over 8 lakh in 2018. The numbers, though, could be higher as data from several countries was being compiled when the statistics were provided.
Kerala targets Rs 1,000 crore from coir geotextiles
Kerala finance minister Thomas Issac said he hopes to train around 100 engineering graduates in the dynamics of geo textiles and send them across the country as brand ambassadors to market the produc...
View: Indian exporters in need of export subsidy scheme to compete with global players
Based on a complaint by the US, a World Trade Organisa...
Akshay Kumar shuts trolls once & for all, says he has applied for an Indian passport
Kumar said that it's hurtful to prove his nationality repeatedly to the world.
Chinese invaders giving a tough competitive call to Indian TV players
As per regulatory filings made by the company to Registrar of Companies (RoC) and accessed through business intelligence platform Veratech Intelligence, the Korean firm reported a drop in television sales by 8.6% to Rs 3,444.98 crore in 2018-19.
Measuring pollution: How government is ramping up air quality monitoring stations according to Indian standards?
Most solutions to battle pollution are imported from foreign shores. Instruments for both measuring and monitoring air quality and cleaning it up is calibrated mostly to European standards. The government of India is ramping up its network of air quality monitoring stations like never before to be able to correctly assess the levels of pollution across states.
Lot of Indian stocks may not be fit for technical analysis: Julius De Kempenaer
Julius De Kempenaer, Inventor of Relative Rotation Graphs Technical Indicator, says asset allocation should be at the core of every investor...
No Indian study has shown pollution shortens life: Prakash Javadekar
Indian studies have not shown a correlation between shortening of life and pollution, the Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change said.
Haier makes a Rs 775 crore bet on Indian arm
The infusion came after the local subsidiary, Haier Appliances India, more than doubled its authorised share capital to Rs 4,000 crore from Rs 1,900 crore, as per the latest regulatory filings made with the Registrar of Companies (RoC).
5 largecaps & midcaps global brokerages are bullish on in Indian market
Global brokerages are bullish on select blue chips and midcaps.
Senior level exits peak in consumer companies
In retail, food and grocery chain Nature’s Basket chief executive officer Avani Davda has put in her papers, thereby moving out months after the business was acquired by Spencer’s Retail from the Godrej Group. Davda said the exit is due to personal reason.
At least 18 Indians killed in factory fire in Sudan: Indian Embassy
At least 18 Indians were among the 23 people killed and over 130 injured in a horrific LPG tanker blast at a ceramic factory in Sudan, the I...
18 Indians killed in factory fire in Sudan: Indian Embassy
Sixteen Indians were missing after the incident that happened at Seela Ceramic Factory in Bahri area in Khartoum, the national capital, on Tuesday. "As per latest reports, but so far not confirmed officially, 18 are dead," the Indian Embassy said in a release.
No Indian study to show pollution shortens life: Javadekar; draws flak from environment experts
Earlier in the day, while responding to a query in the Lok Sabha, Javadekar said no Indian study has shown any correlation between pollution and shortening of lifespan. "Let us not create a fear psychosis among people," the minister told the House. Several studies conducted by renowned think tanks and they have blamed pollution for causing deaths in the country.
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