Minorities decide whom to defeat in elections: Sharad Pawar
Former Maharashtra Chief Minister and Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Paw...
Delhi assembly elections: Arvind Kejriwal holds roadshow in Matiala
Ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a ...
Insider trading by Indians on the rise in US
The illegal trading ring was active for nearly 3 years before being discovered last year.
Indian economy poised to take off, says Goyal
Speaking at a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual summit, the Commerce and Industry Minister also said the government will hold discussions with Britain and European Union on free trade agreements.
Kolkata bucks home-sales slump plaguing other Indian cities
About 43 % of offices in Kolkata were lying vacant in the second half of 2019.
Isro to study tech needed to send Indians to moon
India’s plan to work on human moon mission comes at a time when there is revival of interest globally for a return landing of a human on earth’s satellite. US space agency National Aeronautics and Space Administration expects to return to the moon with a man-woman team in 2024.
US may buy more Indian shrimp this year
Besides, the prices were also lower compared to the previous year.
BJP candidate Kapil Mishra terms Delhi polls contest between India, Pakistan
Mishra, who left the Aam Aadmi Party to join the BJP, said, "Pakistan has made its entry in Shaheen Bagh. Many mini Pakistans are being formed in Delhi. Indian law is not not being followed in Shaheen Bagh, Chandbagh, Indralok."
Indian nurses in Saudi Arabia tests positive for Coronavirus; under observation
New Delhi/Riyadh: Amid the outbreak of deadly SARS-like Novel Coronavirus in China, an Indian national is reported to have tested positive f...
Delhi Elections: Nitish Kumar slams Pavan Varma for questioning JD(U)-BJP tie-up
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday slammed party leader Pavan Varma for publicly questioning the JD(U)'s tie-up with the BJP for Delhi assembly elections, saying he was "free to go" wherever he likes.
Malaysia to buy more Indian sugar to resolve palm oil spat: Sources
MSM Malaysia Holdings Berhad will buy 130,000 tonnes of raw sugar from India worth 200 million ringgit ($49.20 million) in the first quarter, the company told Reuters. The company bought around 88,000 tonnes of raw sugar from India in 2019.
If competition to make false promises is held, Kejriwal will win first prize: Shah
"If there is a competition in the country of making false promises, Kejriwal would definitely get the first prize. I have come to remind you that you forgot the promises you made, but neither the people of Delhi nor BJP workers have forgotten," Shah said. The Union minister was addressing a public meeting in West Delhi's Matiala constituency ahead of the assembly polls here on February 8.
AAP, Kejriwal 'humiliating' Purvanchalis by mocking 'Rinkiya Ke Papa': Manoj Tiwari
Kejriwal had in recent past took a dig at Tiwari, a well known Bhojpuri actor, referring to him as a "good singer" who rendered 'Rinkiya Ke Papa', when asked for his views about Delhi BJP president.
Indian angels aim for sky in US startup ecosystem
India-based angels have also backed up and coming ventures such as app analytics platform App Annie, drone logistics network Matternet, automation software company Puppet and construction technology startup Icon, among others.
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