At 98%, Indians most open to workplace automation
Despite bots and other workplace automation tools making Indian workforce nervous about their job security, almost 80% of the country's professionals want their routine tasks to be automated, compared to a global average of 51%.
View: Why India needs to closely monitor the situation in Myanmar
Myanmar could easily fall into greater Chinese influence. India ought to be...
Air India hopes to land Rs 1,500 crore from Navi Mumbai Plot
The government, which did not receive a single bid in its maiden attempt to sell...
10 money-making ideas from top brokerages ahead of Budget 2020
Stock strategies that can potentially deliver solid gains over the next 11-21 sessions.
About 250 Indian students stuck in Wuhan, India 'requests' China to permit them to leave
While majority of the Indian students left for home on Chinese New Year holidays, over 250 to 300 students are said to be still in the city and its surrounding areas. Besides the students, the fast spreading virus has become a major worry for their parents back home. Some students managed to leave the city just before it was sealed off on January 23.
With Apache, Chinook, 'Dhanush', India displays military might at R-Day parade
In the mechanised columns, three indigenously-developed battle tank T-90 Bhishma, three Ballaway Machine Pikate, three K-9 Vajra gun system, two transportable satellite terminal (TST) and two Akash surface-to-air-missiles, were also showcased.
MG Motor India eyes increasing production of SUV Hector by up to 30%
MG Motor India plans to increase production of its SUV Hector by around 30 per cent after BS-VI emission norms come into effect from April 1, according to a senior company official.
Recollecting India's frantic efforts to end starvation after independence
The nature of hunger has changed, but at a basic level, India still struggles to feed its people adequately.
Walk in Eden Park: India crush New Zealand by seven wickets for 2-0 lead
India tightened their grip on the T20I series with a seven-wicket drubbing of New Zealand in the second match after their bowlers stifled the hosts on a pocket-sized Eden Park here on Sunday.
Merchant bankers decline to help CIL with due diligence
This is likely to delay the company’s foreign ventures since it will now have to look for second rung bankers ready to offer services to the coal sector.
Goyal-Amazon row: UKIBC says e-commerce sector misunderstood, India should welcome investments
The comments from the UK India Business Council, lobby grouping, come after there was a sharp criticism of Goyal for saying Amazon was not doing India a favour by the investment announcement. India's GDP growth is set to slow to a decadal low of 5 per cent for 2019-20 and all eyes are set on the strategy deployed by the government in the upcoming Budget.
Brazilian President’s visit expand India’s forays into Latin America
The visit that will enable to boost India’s forays into Latin America was strengthened with the conclusion of 15 agreements and a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) including on investment cooperation and facilitation treaty, mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, bioenergy and cyber security.
NTPC Board okays acquisition of govt stake in NEEPCO, THDC
The Board of Directors of NTPC Ltd, in its meeting held today has noted that the in-principle approval accorded by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) in their meeting held on November 21, 2019, for strategic sale of entire equity stake held by the Government of India in NEEPCO and THDC to the NTPC Ltd, along with transfer of management control.
Republic Day 2020: India displays its cultural diversity through various tableaux
Goa's 'save the frog' campaign, Jammu and Kashmir's 'back to village' programme were among themes of the 22 tableaux that rolled down Rajpat...
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