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What migrant attacks say about India economy
"I had to run six miles to catch a bus at midnight," said Ram Pyare, who worked in a factory in the town.
To avoid repeat of Amritsar like tragedy, Railways to make 3000 km wall: Report
The walls will have a height of 2.7 metres and will be made with reinforced cement concrete. These will be built along railway tracks in residential areas of both suburban as well as non-suburban areas, reported the Indian Express. The project will cost the government about Rs 2,500 crore.
Aligarh Muslim University shows map of India without Jammu and Kashmir; AMU PRO defends | India News
Aligarh:At the campus of Aligarh Muslim University, a map of India was seen but it didn't include the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Striking a controversy, the university defended the banner claiming that it was made by the drama society for an anti-partition drama which was supposed to take place at
India’s top court ruled that women can enter a prominent temple. Protesters are keeping them out.
SABARIMALA, India —When a famous Hindu temple in southern India opened recently for its annual pilgrimage, it looked less like a place of religious devotion than a spot primed for trouble. More than 15,000 police officers monitored the area and devotees filed through a thicket of barricades to reach
Bonds face barrier in India as state banks sell into every rally
India’s sovereignbondsface a conundrum. Every rally hits a wall of selling as the nation’s state-owned lenders, the biggest holders of debt, head for the exit.
Bollywood stars greeted by fans after their lavish Lake Como wedding
The celebrity couple, two of India's biggest film stars, married in a lavish ceremony in Lake Como on Wednesday but a strict 'no photos' policy means very little is known about the nuptials.
Is Nepal falling into a Chinese debt trap?
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has ambitions to reshape the global economy by connecting more than 60 countries across Asia, Europe and Africa through trade and infrastructure projects. All told, it’s envisioned thatnearly two-thirdsof the world’s population will in some way be connected thr
Opinion | When will India’s war on air pollution finally begin?
Earlier this year, when French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in Beijing, he looked at the clear blue skies above and exclaimed: “I’ve never seen Beijing like this!” Macron was not off the mark. Ten years ago, the city’s air was so polluted that the sun appeared to be a fading dot in the sky.
Train 18 - India's first engineless train's trial run successfully completed | Business News
New Delhi:The first trial run of India's engineless train, the "Train 18" was successfully conducted on tracks at Moradabad-Rampur section of Northern Indian Railways on Sunday. The train was made to run at different speeds and its breaking was also checked, during the trial run. "Train 18's first t
RBI board meet: Funds may think twice on India as govt-RBI strife deepens
“Any moves by the government that would undermine the independence of the RBI would make us think twice about re-entering the Indian bond market,” said Anders Faergemann, a fund manager in London at PineBridge Investments, which oversees about $91 billion. “Strong institutions are critical for any c
Lenovo Brings In New PR Agency Support In India & Singapore
In India, the company's lengthy relationship with Text100 comes to a close with the agency replaced by The PRactice, following a keenly-contested competitive review.
Train 18: India's first engineless train set to hit the tracks for trail run. See pics inside | Business News
AFinancial Expressreport stated citing sources that that in the first phase, RDSO will test the train on the Moradabad-Saharanpur route at speeds of 115 Kmph. After successfully completing the tests on that track, the train 18 will then be run on the Sawai Madhopur-Kota section of the Delhi-Mumbai R
pradhan mantri awas yojana urban rural housing for all
While housing conditions in general have improved in recent years, disparities still persist across communities, and between rural and urban areas
PM Narendra Modi inaugurates Western Peripheral Expressway - Times of India ►
He also inaugurated the 3.2 km-long Ballabhgarh-Mujesar Metro rail link, which would facilitate travel for people of Delhi and Faridabad, and laid the foundation stone of the Shri Vishwakarma Skill University, which will come up at Dudhola in Palwal district.
India became global superpower 'due to Lord Ram': UP Minister
AnUttar Pradeshcabinet minister said Monday that once a Ram temple is built inAyodhya, it would "restore the glorious history" of the town, asserting that the public sentiment across the country was "in favour" of building it.
Indian businesses fast adopting Oracle's 'self-driving' database
NEW DELHI: Big and small enterprises the world over are looking for Cloud-based solutions that simplify and organise their data in a way it can be easily accessed, managed and updated. For this to happen, the companies need databases that are agile, scalable, secure and cost-friendly.
India’s return is partly a story of currency recovery: Adrian Mowat
India is definitely the biggest beneficiary of a decline in oil price throughout the emerging market complex,Adrian Mowat,EM - Equity Strategist, tellsET Now.Edited excerpts:
Growth of corporate India's net profits muted in Q2, mixed results fail to cheer
The numbers posted by companies in the firstquarterof 2018-19 were good and most expected a similar showing in thesecondquarter as well. However, the second quarter has turned out to be a mixed bag. While aggregate revenue grew 20% y-o-y and 5% q-o-q, the aggregate
FMCG is the driver of economic growth in India: Sanjiv Mehta, HUL
Per capita consumption in other emergingmarketslike Indonesia is 2x, China is 4x and Philippines is 5x that ofIndia,Sanjiv Mehta,CMD,HUL,tellsET Now.Edited excerpts:
England lose to West Indies to set up India semi-final in Women’s World T20
Coming off second-best in a game that morphed into an engaging scrap but went the way of the West Indies by four wickets with three balls to spare, it is now confirmed that England will take on India in the semi-final of the Women’s World T20 this Thursday. That this game went the distance was a cre