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100 years on, World War 1 gave us plastic surgery, tanks, submarines
It also gave the world, divided clothing for women.
Adobe, Nvidia, Microsoft best tech companies to work for in India: Indeed
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A tale of four reserve bank governors and their idiosyncrasies
Raghuram Rajan's first notable act was the introduction of the FCNR deposit sc...
Scramble is on to find new White House chief of staff
Top aide to most powerful leader in world. Chief qualification: Willing to take the job. Must also be prepared to tolerate regular undermining by boss and risk of steep legal bills. Post-employment prospects: Uncertain.
International job offers shoot up in IITs
IITs including Delhi, Roorkee, Bombay and Hyderabad have reported a surge in international offers in the first couple of days of the final placements that started on December 1.
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Carlos Ghosn: the 'cost killer' consumed by scandal
Last year he denied a report that the alliance was planning to pay hidden bonuses to its executives by setting up a subsidiary in the Netherlands.
Gautam Gambhir dismisses rumours of joining politics, open to coaching
The 37-year-old World Cup winner walked into the sunset by scoring a memorable hundred in his farewell Ranji Trophy match against Andhra at the Feroz Shah Kotla.
View: The farmer’s biggest enemy? The Indian state
One report revealed that a farmer sold tomatoes at Rs 2 per kg, and consumers bought them for Rs 20.
Krishnamurti Subramanian: A new policy star rises
The new chief economic advisor teaches at the ISB and was a member of several expert committees.
Making RBI board-driven won’t resolve differences: Ex-CEA
RBI should put the money only for recapitalisation of public sector banks, conditional on all the reforms being undertaken, otherwise it is money down the black hole.
Construction sector may need 2.5 lakh drone operators soon
Highways, roads, bridges and housing will take the lead in the usage of drones, the ECI-PwC report 'Flying high: Drones to drive jobs in the construction sector' said.
GDP data revision: Niti Aayog's role raises eyebrows; some feel it was best avoided
Sources in the govt said the row could have been avoided by keeping out the Niti Aayog from the press briefing.
BJP releases manifesto, promises 50L jobs & Rs 5,000/month as unemployment allowance
The manifesto has also held out a possibility to farmers of doubling their income, helped by a new Rs 250-crore fund to encourage rural start-ups.
Piyush Pandey named global chief creative officer of Ogilvy
Pandey said his new role is a responsibility and not a medal. There are things to do and I will be getting on with the job.