BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA
The curious case of capital punishment in India
The share of death sentences for sexual crimes is on the rise, driven by several state-level sentencing decisions.
Air India reinstates senior pilot found guilty of sexual harassment
A senior Air India pilot who was suspended in May last year after being a...
Passenger vehicle exports rise 6 per cent in April-Dec; Hyundai, Ford lead the pack
Car shipments saw 4.44 per cent growth at 4,04,552 units,...
Prithvi Shaw's 100-ball 150 in India A's practice game excites selectors ahead of NZ Tests
Eyeing a return to the Indian senior team, the 20-year-old Shaw struck 22 fours and two sixes during his blazing knock at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval. Shaw's knock will certainly excite the selectors as they pick the squad for the Test series in New Zealand. The first Test will get underway on February 21 at the Basin Reserve in Hamilton.
How India's car market is undergoing a rapid change
Car companies have long tried to load vehicles with tech. But the level of tech and tech-enabled services in popular models now hitting the roads in India is such that the ecosystem is witnessing a realignment.
India is becoming a popular destination for foreigners to chase their startup dreams
A host of foreign nationals are relocating to India to fulfil their startup ambitions despite stumbling blocks.
Palm oil prices remain firm, particularly in east India
On January 2, India had moved refined palm oil imports from free to restricted category to protect domestic refiners. The commerce ministry said the move would help India encourage import of more crude oils and facilitate better utilisation of the refining capacity of the domestic industry. India has been importing 150,000-200,000 tonnes of refined oil annually.
What ails India's pharmaceutical sector?
Unlike mature markets such as the US, where drug prices are market-controlled, here, the government and regulators play a pivotal role in the entire process. Regulators fix both the price companies pay for bulk drugs and the price at which they sell their products in the market, leaving little leeway to earn profit. For Indian pharma, this is a double-edged sword.
India- UK Building Bonds: In conversation with the British High Commissioner to India
Advt: India- UK Building Bonds: In conversation with the British High Commissioner to IndiaIndia- UK Building Bonds: In conversation with th...
Govt to stop substitutable coal import; can go for auction of 100 fully explored new blocks: Joshi
The Cabinet recently approved promulgation of Mineral Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 to amend Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation ) Act 1957 and Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act 2015.
DoT examining if January 23 legal deadline for AGR payment applies to non-telecom PSUs
The issue of deadline for PSUs is being examined legally. Telecom companies Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea, on the other hand, are legally bound to comply with the payment timelines stipulated by the apex court.
A sign of thaw? Here's how things could play out after India's invite to Imran Khan
Pak will have a chance later this year to make a fresh move. That cannot entail walking the same old road.
Domestic biz unaffected by India slowdown, says V Ramakrishnan
Though short term numbers are important but they are more specific to isolated pockets.
India tops power generation tenders globally in Q4 2019
Among the technologies, solar accounted for 216 tenders with a 73.7% share, followed by thermal with 33 tenders and an 11.3% share and hydro with 20 tenders and a 6.8% share.
India tops Asia-Pacific in power tenders during Q4 2019
India led the activity in Q4 2019 with 1,078 tenders and a share of 58.7%, up 4.2% over the previous quarter and up 12% when compared with the last four-quarter average, followed by the Philippines with 309 tenders and a share of 16.8% and Bangladesh with 184 tenders and a share of 10% during the quarter.
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