Investors can wait for Sun to shine in Japan and China
Historically, strategy formulation and execution has been one of the key strengths of Sun Pharma.
India to be an outlier in the global economy: Report
Nomura expects that growth in major global economies may weaken in 2020, like US growth ...
‘India may top Japan by 2030 riding services’
China had three big factors in its favour.
Govt okays partial credit guarantee scheme for PSBs to buy high rated assets of NBFCs/HFCs
The scheme will help address NBFCs and HFCs resolve their temporary liquidity or cash flow mismatch issues.
Nearly 24 hour countdown begins for launch of RISAT-2BR1
The workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, on its 50th mission, PSLV-C48, is scheduled to lift off from the first launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, about 130 km from here at 3.25 PM on Wednesday, the Indian Space Research Organisation said.
RCEP did not adequately address India's concerns, will review ASEAN FTA: Piyush Goyal
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the call of not joining the RCEP agreement on November 4 in Bangkok, as India's concerns were not addressed in the pact.
Piyush Goyal demands reciprocal access for Indian companies abroad
Foreign cos won’t be allowed in local contracts unless India Inc gets to compete in those nations, said Goyal.
Winter season treats: Discover the culinary & cultural delights in Japan, Falkland Islands
Wear a Kimono and have Tofu in Japan or meet the Penguins in Falkland Islands.
The voyage home: Japan's Hayabusa-2 probe to head for Earth
The mission took the fridge-sized probe some 300 million kilometres (186 million miles) from Earth, where it explored the asteroid Ryugu, whose name means "Dragon Palace" in Japanese -- a reference to a castle at the bottom of the ocean in an ancient fable. Hayabusa-2 will receive its orders to head for home on Wednesday, break free of the asteroid's gravity on November 18
Govt to launch PMKVY-III in next financial year: Skill development minister
Govt launched the PMKVY scheme in 2015 and revamped it in 2016 to impart skills to one crore persons by 2020.
India joins China, Russia, Japan to oppose use of 26 Ghz band for 5G
At the ongoing World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) 2019, China, Russia and Japan were in support of using alternative bands for 5G services with around 3000 Mhz of frequencies, while India is yet to decide on alternative bands having large chunk of airwaves to support the next generation telecom services, according to industry bodies.
Exporters body keen on value added exports to Japan
FIEO said that Indian exporters should look into value added segment of exports which account for major imports into Japan. In many of the products, the share of India is extremely low.
Southeast Asian corridor eyes business opportunities with Delhi via Bay of Bengal
The new bridge - part of the East-West Economic Corridor between Thailand and Myanmar that opened a few weeks ago will give Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam access to the vast Indian market and reduce heavy reliance on China, ET has learnt.
IIT Hyderabad to collaborate with Japanese Institutions for research in Earthquake Engineering
For earthquake engineering, the institute is collaborating with National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience, which has various branched in Japan and is headquartered in Tsukuba. The collaboration aims to establish a high-level cooperative framework for both institutions in earthquake engineering.
India ranks 5th in Global Climate Risk Index
India is the fifth most vulnerable country to climate change, according to a report released by Environment think tank, Germanwatch. In the Climate Risk Index 2020, India’s rank has worsened from the 14th spot in 2017 to 5th in 2018 in the global vulnerability ladder.
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