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Starved of openings, Chinese Cos cross Great Wall to India
Fewer Chinese startups going public, uncertainty after trade spat with US & sobering of valuations post WeWork.
Govt decides to prepare for evacuation of Indians from coronavirus-hit Wuhan in China
Over 250 to 300 Indian students are reportedly stuck in...
US-China trade settlement: What's in it for India?
India and several Asian countries are not in the same league as the US when it comes to su...
6 reasonably valued stocks with solid financials
As apprehensions about steep valuations and declining economic performance gain ground, investors should opt for the reasonably valued stocks with decent future prospects.
US-based startup offers fire safety tech to Indian hospitals
The three-year-old startup has implemented and evaluated the system at the Institute of Neurosciences, Kolkata (I-NK) for the last couple of months, Pal claimed.
Where's the money? Search on for solutions of India's shadow bank crisis
Vital projects are starved for funds following the crisis. The desperation for solutions is palpable.
PM Modi’s nationalism masks a bad economy, protesters say
About 30% of Indian youth aged 15-29 are not in employment, education or training.
Budget must take the investment route to boost a sluggish economy
Demonetisation broke the back of the MSMEs, leading to consolidation & formalisation of the economy.
The cost of protests at campuses
Educationists and marketing pundits concur that expressing dissent on campuses by students through protests is normal, and acceptable. However, some caution when protests stretch too long and send the functioning of an institute into a tailspin, it can potentially impact the reputation of the institute.
People are protesting to remind govt of constitutional values: Rohit De, professor of history, Yale University
The protestors are saying that the Constitution protects many of our rights. The new laws seek to deviate from that. The institutions that are supposed to protect us — political parties, the judiciary — have not stepped in. So people are coming out to hold these values up and remind them that they can’t deviate from the basic structure of the Constitution, asserted Rohit De.
Don't slow down in a slowdown
Madison Media’s chief analytics officer, Nagaraj Krishnamurthy has put together a marketing playbook to fight the slowdown.
Karvy case fallout: Brokers may lose power of attorney privilege
Brokers taking collateral may only get to create a pledge on shares with customer consent.
Businesses face digital ceiling in transformation progress: Infosys study
Digital marketing is a particularly strong capability for Indian companies, according to the new global study by Infosys Knowledge Institute. The Infosys Digital Radar 2020, which measured companies' progress against 22 digital initiatives, this year found that India ranks the highest in the Digital Maturity Index at 71.4, whereas the overall digital maturity, stands at 62.3.
Merger of Mohun Bagan and ATK can help Indian football achieve greater heights
While it is still not known if they will sport Bagan’s Green and Maroon or ATK’s Red and White when they play together for the first time, it can be safely conjectured that the coming together will ease Mohun Bagan’s financial crisis, which had been plaguing the club for a while.
As part of Gaganyaan, first unmanned mission this December: ISRO
Addressing the inaugural session of a symposium on "Human Spaceflight and Exploration - Present Challenges and Future Trends," Sivan said the Gaganyaan mission not only aims at India's maiden human flight to the space but also setting up a new space station for 'continuous space human presence'.
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