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Need to understand why law graduate's natural choice is not legal profession: CJI
The CJI said lawyers act as advocates and advisors of litigants and help them secure their rights under the law.
Howzzat! London cricket club adopts cruelty-free living, introduces vegan ball
Earley Cricket Club in west of London switched to using a vega...
Oil prices fall on weak global economic data
Brent crude was down $1.81, or 3%, at $59.49 a barrel at 1323 GMT, after rising 4.7% on Tuesday.
New milestone: Economic Times readership crosses 1 million per day mark
IRS Q2 data shows daily has close to 4 million total readership; young, affluent, urban readers contribute most to growth.
How one billionaire could keep three countries hooked on coal for decades
Gautam Adani’s victory in Australia helped ensure coal stays woven into the lives of three countries.
From reel to real: Tour the Bollywood way
Hindi cinema's long-standing fascination for foreign locales goes decades back.
RIL to sell 20% in oil-to-chemicals unit to Aramco at $75-B enterprise value
Tectonic shift group junks go-it-alone strategy, plans to forge partnerships with global giants for major businesses among india’s largest fdi deals
Why everyone should learn to code, and start in school itself
In India, both CBSE and ICSE boards have introduced programming as part of their computer science course, but the course is optional for most schools.
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