Govt will be forced to slash spending this year too: Crisil's DK Joshi
"Fiscal policy doesn't have much space. Government is avoiding any fiscal stimulus to the economy and revenues are falling short. They will have to cut expenditure again just as they did last year unless they are able to realise a lot of money by privatisation or divestment or asset sales," Joshi said at an S&P Dow Jones Indices event.
#MeToo: Anu Malik finally responds to sexual harassment allegations; says he may take legal action
Malik was accused of sexual harassment by ...
WhatsApp rivals Signal, Telegram can be hacked too
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It is too premature to take a call on Aurobindo Pharma: Kunal Dhamesha, SBICAP Securities
The injectables plant is important from their future growth as well as current revenue perspective.
Power of print can help reduce e-waste, too
India has made it to the fifth-biggest rank on the list of global producers of e-waste, with the country generating around two million tonnes of e-waste annually.
Backed by doctors, 'Himank' men brave difficult terrain to connect DBO with 'all-weather road'
With a view to construct an all-weather road up to DBO to facilitate a smooth passage of the armed forces personnel and other logistical support, Project Himank of the Border Roads Organisation has constituted a special task force (the 50 Border Roads Task Force) to accelerate the work in a time-bound manner.
Beardo boss bats for moustaches this 'Movember'; talks about the biggest grooming mistake men make
Ashutosh Valani recommends adding a beard oil or gel to keep your beard moisturised.
Suitors find McDonald’s franchise offer a bit too sour
“Of all the potential names in the running, talks with most have fizzled out because both sides haven’t been able to reach a consensus on the conditions,” one executive said. Other conditions are non-exclusivity, which means any other company can also be given a franchise to open McDonald’s outlets.
Making too many errors at work? Few hours of meditation can help mitigate mistakes
Different forms of meditation can have different effects on the brain.
Woody Allen, Amazon Studios settle $68 mn lawsuit over contract breach
The studio ended their deal with Allen when allegations that he raped his adopted daughter came to light.
Ind vs Ban: Rohit's pep-talk got us motivated to win match, says Shreyas Iyer
After registering a 30-run win over Bangladesh in the final T20I of the three-match series, India batsman Shreyas Iyer revealed that skipper...
ETPanache Dialogues: Male grooming biz is a Rs 16,800 cr market; young men invest in make-up, beard products
The men’s category in India is growing at 45%, according to Assocham.
Spending too much time in the kitchen? Pollution-causing fumes may up heart attack risk
Exposure to indoor air pollution may even up stroke risk.
Not just lungs, toxic air to hurt wallets too
Higher premiums will likely apply to Delhi residents seeking fresh policies. Insurance industry professionals said there has been an increase in claims from Delhi residents and costs of settlements have also risen. Capital residents who are deemed high risk given air pollution levels will likely pay the highest premiums.
Hollywood honours 'fearless' Charlize Theron with American Cinematheque Award
The actor was awarded for tackling themes including sexual harassment long before the #MeToo movement hit the industry.
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