Why Australia is still a favourite destination for Indian students
According to figures from the Australian High Commission in Delhi, 68,285 Indian students went to study in universities across the country in 2017, a 14% growth over 2016.
List of six universities rated as top in the world for their proximity to great surfing beaches
The online publication for international stud...
From the sets of 'Bond 25': Here's a sneak peek into the new 007 film
Amidst reports of delays, the cast and crew are currently filming in Ja...
Duckworth-Lewis-Stern: 2 Brit statisticians, 1 American professor behind cricket’s winning formula when it rains
If not for 12 minutes of rain in Sydney in 1992, DLS may not have existed.
From Anushka Sharma to Alyssa Healy: Star wives of cricket icons who make millions
Separate from her husband Virat Kohli, Sharma is reportedly worth Rs 220 crore.
Automation Anywhere raises $250 million in series-A round to join the billion-dollar-plus club
Earlier this week, Automation Anywhere said it raised $250 million in what it called a series-A round which valued it at $1.8 billion.
Australia emerges preferred destination for Indian students
Australian universities such as New South Wales, Deakin, Bond, James Cook, Canberra and Queensland said they had a bumper 2017, going by the increase in Indian applicants.
Emerging market debt market will continue to be attractive: Ashok Shah, London & Capital
Close to a third of the total bond universe is now trading with negative yields. Effectively, it means that the investors are getting pushed into the rest of the positive yielding bonds
Biggest investors say beware the bond market as US fed raises rates
Bond returns will probably be hohum next year — just as they have been in 2015 — according to the biggest investors.
China flexes economic muscle, scores diplomatic hat trick
Within 48 hours, each publicly recanted for perceived offenses to China’s "core interests," including support for Taiwan, Tibet and a local activist who called for ending the Communist Party’s monopoly on power.
See pullback in short term; Fed may raise rates in December: Geoff Lewis, Manulife Asset Management
"We want to see pickup in earning, upgrades outnumbering downgrades and signs that earnings growth will pick up in FY17 & FY18."
Ahead of the curve: Private universities put in place international tie-ups
According to an ET report, nearly 1.5 million Indians graduate from engineering colleges every year, and nearly four-fifths of them are unemployable.
Emerging markets oil exporters leave $70 billion liquidity hole
Emerging market energy producers could put pressure on a range of capital market instruments including Treasuries this year.
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