INDIANS IN GULF
India can play a role in de-escalating tensions in Gulf: Javad Zarif
India has been maintaining that it would like the situation to de-escalate as soon as possible and the country has been in touch with key players, including Iran, United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar, as it has important interests in the region.
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Chanda Kochhar steps down as chairperson of Vadodara IIIT
“Chanda Kochhar has resigned. We will be processing it and move as per the laid down procedure to appoint the IIIT’s new chairperson,” a senior human resource development ministry official told. Kochhar had sent in her resignation to the ministry on Tuesday, people aware of the development said.
Government issues quality control orders on various steel items
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has come out with two separate orders as per which substandard steel items and cables' imports will have to conform to the specified standards and bear the standard mark under a license from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
Hyderabad only Indian city in global top 20 in home price appreciation: Report
Shortfall in launches has diverted homebuyers in Hyderabad towards the ready unsold units giving developers a bargaining edge and this has resulted in residential prices growth.
Cabinet clears decks for more seafarer jobs
Indian seafarers will be eligible to be placed on ships under the flag of another country for employment, thus leading to increased employment opportunities, the government said. “The bilateral MoU would, therefore, make the seafarers of both countries eligible for employment on ships of either party, based on the certificates so recognised,” an official statement said.
Indian Air Force’s LCA to get Astra missile firepower, not Rafale’s meteor
Sources said after the missile is inducted into the Su30MKI fighter jets from which it has been tested, the system would be integrated on other foreign-origin combat aircraft. The performance of the Astra, sources said, is regarded to be better than similar Russian systems currently in service.
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.
Anand Rathi Securities maintains buy on South Indian Bank, target price Rs 16
The brokerage expects the credit costs of the bank to normalize on account of asset quality stablisation and lower slippages.
With 10m Indians in Gulf, MEA calls for restraint after Soleimani’s death
India is concerned for the welfare of diaspora in the Gulf region after Trump's airstrike on Iran.
Mumbai allows all-night shopping: Can it lift India's ailing economy?
Currently, all stores are required to shut by 10 pm, while restaurants have to shut by 1:30 am.
Ghana to replicate India's cooking gas success model
Indian Oil and National Petroleum Authority of Ghana signed an initial agreement in the presence of Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Wednesday that would set-off cooperation between the two countries on increasing cooking gas penetration in the African nation.
Ujjivan Small Finance Bank Q3 profit doubles to Rs 90 crore
Asset quality remained stable with gross NPA ratio at 0.9% and net NPA ratio at 0.4%.
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