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PM Modi makes unique announcements in BRICS
During the plenary session of BRICS in Brasilia on Thursday, PM Modi also placed special emphasis...
Wildcraft India bags a deal to make rucksacks for the Indian Army
“We have bagged a multi-million dollar order from the Ministry of Defence t...
Trade-exposed currencies make modest gains on Kudlow's China deal comments
Given the lack of concrete detail in Kudlow's comments, however, markets stayed mostly cautious.
Naveen Patnaik makes new organisational appointments within Biju Janata Dal
The influential Jajpur MLA, Pranab Prakash Das has been appointed General Secretary (Organisation) a position that the regional party, in power since the last 19 years, did not have until now.
View: Staying out of RCEP gives India a chance to reflect on its competitiveness
While there are strong views against RCEP, there is equally a large number in favour of access to the largest market of the world. The one common point was that India’s issues and concerns needed a fair hearing by the other 15 RCEP member countries. Eventually, it boiled down to the fact that India’s issues remain unresolved.
Pranjul Bhandari makes a case for direct govt intervention in stressed NBFCs
Until NBFCs revive, rural incomes won't revive in a big way, says HSBC Chief India Economist
Sustainable tourism is catching up in India, courtesy millennials
But things may be changing for the better: more millennials are opting for ‘greener’ holidays, and many resorts, homestays and hotels across the country from Gir and Bandhavgarh to Andamans and Kerala are working to build a conscious client base.
Children’s Day Special: How to create a crorepati portfolio for your GenNext
The earlier you start, the easier it is, Sunil Singhania, Founder, Abakkus Asset Manager.
How funds are boosting legal firepower in India
As offshore investors increase their India play, they are setting up inhouse teams here to advise them on local laws and regulatory nitty gritty.
China objects to Rajnath Singh's visit to Arunachal Pradesh
Reacting to the visit of Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to Tawang, Spokesman of the Chinese Foreign Ministry Geng Shuang said “the Chinese government never acknowledged the so-called Arunachal Pradesh.” “We urge the Indian side to respect Chinese interests and concerns, and stop taking any actions that may complicate the boundary matter,” he said.
Debt Recovery Tribunal stops DHFL from making payments
Move comes a day after Bombay HC told DHFL to pay banks, NBFCS with securitisation deals
Pakistan a DNA of terrorism, home of all shades of darkness: India at UNESCO
"Pakistan's neurotic behaviour has resulted in its decline to a nearly failed state with its weak economy, radicalised society and deep-rooted DNA of terrorism," Ananya Agarwal, who led the Indian delegation to the UNESCO General Conference being held in Paris. "We condemn Pakistan's disappointing misuse of UNESCO to spew venom against India and politicise it," she added.
1962 conflict with China significantly damaged India's standing at world stage: S Jaishankar
Delivering the fourth Ramnath Goenka memorial lecture, Jaishankar also said the Simla agreement of 1972 resulted in a revanchist Pakistan continuing problems in Jammu and Kashmir.
India mulls 'One Nation, One Pay Day': Labour Minister Santosh Gangwar
"There should be a pan-India single wage day every month across various sectors to ensure that workers get timely payment of salaries. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keen on this legislation to get passed soon. Similarly, we are also looking at uniform minimum wages across sectors which will safeguard better livelihood of workers," he said.
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