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India, 6 others object to restrictions on services trade, workers’ movement
The US, the EU, Canada and Australia are denying market access to short-term services providers from India.
UK PM Johnson visits Hindu temple, vows to partner with PM Modi to build new India
Prime Minister Johnson vowed to partner with his Indian co...
Practice yoga with Alexa: Shilpa Shetty Kundra's fitness app joins Amazon assistant's skill set
The skill has audio as well as video content ...
Why government needs to implement GPS in earnest in logistics industry
In other countries, GPS devices have been used for the last two decades by the supply chain industry to improve operational efficiencies. India has been a slow follower. But the govt is finally trying hard to play catch-up, & it is imperative that this endeavour is successful. Ensuring success, however, is very challenging. A change in perspective could make all the difference.
How India, overcoming its prejudice for soy, now offers the world a model for sustainable use of the bean
India is now the world’s fifth largest producer of soy, with production centred in regions like Vidarbha and Madhya Pradesh where planting experiments took place in 1935.
Coal India Ltd eases norms for coal supplies to non-regulated customers and IPPs
State-run Coal India Limited (CIL) on Friday said it has relaxed norms for supplying the fuel to its customers of non-regulated sector by extending "letter of credit" to them and allowing an independent power producer (IPP) to transfer coal from one plant to another.
Mercedes Benz India hopes to get back on growth track next year
The company, whose sales declined 16% to 9,915 units in the nine months to September, is planning to launch a vehicle every month to attract buyers. Mercedes Benz India managing director Martin Schwenk told ET that the local market saw a turnaround in sentiment during the festive season. The company is optimistic it will be able to sustain the momentum.
Passage of Citizenship Bill in Parliament will mark victory of Jinnah's thinking over Gandhi's: Tharoor
The former Union minister also alleged that the BJP government wants to single out "one community" and refuses to grant its members asylum from oppression on the same conditions as other communities.
'Second war of independence': TMC eyes citizenship bill to take on BJP ahead of state polls
Addressing a rally in Kolkata on Friday, Banerjee said she would support the bill if citizenship is given to each and every refugee, irrespective of their religion.
Now I know the importance of fitness: Shami
Fit and hungry, Mohammed Shami is bowling at his best and is pivotal to the success of the Indian team. In a conversation with Boria Majumdar, he opens up on his form, his pace colleagues and sacrificing biryani to improve fitness.
Tens of thousands rally in Europe, Asia before UN climate summit
Tens of thousands of protesters, primarily in Europe and Asia, hit the streets on Friday to make a fresh call for action against global warming, hoping to raise pressure on world leaders days before a UN climate summit.
EBITDA growth for India Inc. came down to 6% this quarter: Ashish Gupta, Credit Suisse
After several quarters of stable level of stress, we saw an increase in overall stress indicator.
India and Japan ask Pakistan to take concrete action against terror infrastructure
The two countries specifically called upon Islamabad to "fully comply" with its international commitments to deal with terrorism including the steps prescribed by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the global anti-terror watchdog.
China not invited to major naval exercise Milan, not ‘like minded’: Indian Navy
While the armies of India and China will be carrying out the ‘Hand in Hand’ exercise in Umroi, Meghalaya this month, the situation is different in the maritime domain. China’s growing maritime presence in the Indian Ocean is what makes the Indian Navy wary about letting it participate in joint exercises. The Indian Navy has been watchful of the Chinese presence since 2008.
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