From Pondicherry to Oxford, campuses witness protests against violence in JNU
Students in university campuses across the country and even abroad staged protests in solidarity with JNU students and condemned the violence that took place in the varsity.
Decoded: How lotions, perfumes trigger skin allergy
The chemicals present in consumer products displace natural fat-like molecules - called l...
The Bankruptcy Code isn't broken, but it still needs fixing
The govt needs to make the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code speedier, more transpar...
Important trade issues between India, US resolved; may sign initial trade package
The much-needed progress is believed to have been made during the meeting between the Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal and US Trade Representatives Robert Lighthizer in Washington DC on Wednesday.
View: Why we need not fear bilateral trade deficits when negotiating trade agreements like RCEP
As long as a country holds its overall exports and imports in balance and does not borrow abroad to finance its imports, it has nothing to worry about. If it has to borrow large amounts in relation to its export earnings to finance its imports year after year, it runs the risk of losing its credit in international markets, as we indeed did in 1991.
Ladies, avoid donuts after 6 pm. High-fat diet may up heart attack risk
Heart health declined with every 1% rise in calories consumed after 6 pm
India largest market for California walnuts in South Asia: Industry expert
Pamela Graviet, the senior marketing director at the California Walnut Commission (CWC), said the appetite of Indians for walnuts shipped from California has grown significantly in the last few years. She, however, noted that the importation dropped after India changed its tariff rate policy for imported walnuts over a year ago.
4 Indian-Americans win state, local elections in US
Indian-American Ghazala Hashmi, a former community college professor, created history by becoming the first Muslim woman to be elected to the Virginia State Senate, while Suhas Subramanyam, who served as the White House technology policy adviser to former president Barack Obama, has been elected to the Virginia State House of Representative.
Prime Minister's National Relief Fund should be used to help ailing PMC depositors: Manmohan Singh
Manmohan Singh suggested use of Prime Minister's National Relief Fund for PMC depositors who need funds for urgent medical treatment. He said that the issue of protecting depositors should figure in the coming parliament session.
Trade talks between India, US to conclude soon: Nirmala Sitharaman
Trade tensions between India and the US have been rising with President Trump, championing his 'America First' policy, complaining that tariffs imposed by India on American products were "no longer acceptable" to his country.
Indian public sector banks had "worst phase" under Manmohan Singh, Raghuram Rajan, says Nirmala Sitharaman
The Finance Minister while delivering a lecture at Columbia University's SIPA said that she respects former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan for his work but pointed out that loans were given based on phone calls during his tenure.
Sara Ali Khan's graduation video goes viral; parents Saif-Amrita cheer, Nita Ambani congratulates
Aamir Khan was also seen during the actor's graduation ceremony.
China confirms arrest of Australian writer, faces spying charges
The 54-year-old Yang had been under investigation for "harming" China's national security and was arrested on August 23 on suspicion of committing crimes of espionage.
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