With Australia joining, for the first time, the Malabar naval exercises organised by India in the Indian Ocean, the Quad has announced itself as a real security grouping. It is a demonstration of the seriousness...
This partnership claims to provide much cheaper ethanol production from coal, TNVP's founder Michael Ahearn told ET.
We are at a comfortable position, despite LJP trying to create confusion. BJP, JDU, HAM and VIP are part of NDA. Any other party in the fray are in the opposition, says Fadnavis, BJP’s Bihar poll in-charge.
Corporate wheels could rev up by the second quarter of next fiscal: Randstad India chief Paul Dupuis
"The pie is changing. There is a big need for temp staff in the IT industry who can be onboarded and can work remotely. There is demand from anyone who is going digital and looking for chatbots, CRM (customer relationship management), ecommerce and e-payments," Dupuis said.
Investing in right capabilities and have a differentiated offering is crucial for Wipro: Thierry Delaporte, CEO at Wipro
Wipro CEO Thierry Delaporte said his five-point strategy and focus on clients is aimed at taking the IT services provider back to the top.
Mutation could be one of the reasons for sudden spike in Covid cases in Kerala: Kerala Guv Arif Mohammed Khan
To ensure effective functioning of democratic institutions, we have a system of checks and balances and sometimes opinions may differ but there is no question of conflict, says Kerala governor Arif Mohammed Khan.
The impact of Covid-19 on economies has been varied, although it has almost affected every one. JPMorgan’s head of emerging economies’ research Jahangir Aziz talks to ET on how it is and how the world looks ahead.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman says the government is looking at various ways to provide support to the economy.
Post-Covid ailments may last for life: Dr Randeep Guleria, Pulmonology specialist and AIIMS Director
"Such issues get resolved in about six weeks in most cases. We advise them to exercise, have a diet with green leafy vegetables and multivitamins. But there is a small percentage who have serious damage. We have seen post-Covid fibrosis, wherein if you have pneumonia in your lungs, it leads to scarring of the lungs and the lungs do not recover."
Sangita Reddy, President – Ficci, said, "Now, what we need is a stimulus to significantly ramp up demand, because the consumer sentiment is still extremely low and without that the economy will not bounce back. We've also lost 20 million jobs, there is fear of the unknown. "
The shift towards digital transactions is permanent and continue beyond Covid-19: SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar
"The responsibility of banks to keep the wheels of the economy, business and payment systems running was paramount and that is precisely what we have done", said SBI Chairman.
Rajeev Misra, who also serves on the board of SoftBank Group Corp, said the central government’s move to put curbs on capital emanating from China would ultimately be replaced, but it would be difficult to replicate the technological know-how Chinese strategic investors bring to local companies.
Indian courts will see through all these hyper-technical stands being taken by the family: Valli Arunachalam
Days after the holding company of over 120-year-old Murugappa Group, Ambadi Investments Ltd (AIL) rejected a proposal of accommodating Valli Arunachalam, she said that she will continue to fight the decision.
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Drying trends have been reported in Krishna and Kaveri and the pollution problem in the Ganga is well recognised. The future of our rivers appears bleak.
Isn't it high time that we are talking only and lesser actions can be seen to protect our rivers.Apart from household and human wastes being dumped into rivers why don't we realize the more percentage of pollution is created through chemical wastes piled into by manufacturing industries?Let's foresee a water war if nothing is done!
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