Half of world economy dependent on nature: WEF study
Releasing the Nature Risk Rising Report ahead of its 50th Annual Meeting, the World Economic Forum said about 25 per cent of our assessed plant and animal species are threatened by human actions, with a million species facing extinction, many within decades.
LNG pumps being planned along golden quadrilateral
State-run GAIL is putting together a plan and persuading all possible participants – city ...
"I am not a rubber stamp", says Kerala Governor
The remarks were made by Khan a day after a section of the media reported he had allegedly re...
Connecting with nature may trigger eco-friendly life choices: Study
These life choices, the scientists said, were the same for men and women, young and old, and for rich and poor.
13 pvt cos bid to operate ONGC's 64 fields
A total of 13 private companies, including Oilmax Energy and Deep Industries, have placed bids for the operatorship of ONGC’s 64 small producing fields, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
India needs land size of Himachal or Chhattisgarh to achieve renewable energy target: Research
"Total land footprint needed to meet India's renewable energy target is large, ranging from approximately 55,000 to 125,000 square km or areas, roughly the size of Himachal Pradesh or Chhattisgarh, respectively," the research, titled 'Renewable Energy and Land Use in India: A Vision to Facilitate Sustainable Development', stated.
Global price rally may reduce rubber imports further
Rubber imports fell 18 per cent year-on year in April-October 2019, according to Rubber Board data.
Malaysia talks to India over palm curbs as wider trade spat looms
Malaysia is talking to Indian government and trade officials in a bid to resolve concerns over New Delhi's new palm oil import restrictions, a minister in Kuala Lumpur said on Thursday amid a trade spat between the countries.
Divergent paths: Oil, natural gas going different directions
The oil-to-gas price ratio has surged to its highest in six years.
Principles of language localization: Not just translation, but cultural naturalization
Companies wanting to appeal to the uber cool, English speaking audience in India, which is estimated to be about a crore people, must take Indian English as a localization effort.
Coal auction rules: 4% revenue share, affiliate companies not allowed
The companies can sell the coal blocks after they achieve their peak capacity. Also, the successful bidder shall produce coal not below 50% of the scheduled production as per approved mine plan in a year and not less than 70% of the scheduled production in any block for three years.
What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
December quarter earnings may continue to drive stock-specific action in an otherwise sideways market.
Share market update: Tyre stocks gain; Apollo Tyres rises 2%
The 30 shares BSE Sensex was up 63.79 points at 41516.14.
Share market update: Nifty Energy index flat; HPCL gains 1%
The Nifty Energy index was trading 0.03 per cent down at 16038.85.
Global green tech revolution at risk, India can play role in reforming mining practices: Experts
Researchers, including Salim H. Ali from the University of Delaware, published a study recently to discuss how the global revolution to develop green, or low-carbon technology, could be at risk unless new international agreements are put in place to ensure a sustainable supply of rare minerals and metals.
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