Ask the travel expert: Which places would be ideal for a visit in Europe during April?
Europe has now become a year-round destination and there are many beautiful countries to choose from for your holiday.
The Great Graduation Gift: Ameera Shah Went Backpacking Across Europe; Ravi Venkatesan Got A Dinner And CD From Vijay Chandru
Tens of thousands rally in Europe, Asia before UN climate summit
Tens of thousands of protesters, primarily in Europe and Asia, hit the streets on Friday to make a fresh call for action against global warming, hoping to raise pressure on world leaders days before a UN climate summit.
India ranks 73rd in UN index assessing e-commerce readiness
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development's Business-to-Consumer (B2C) E-commerce Index 2019 has been topped by the Netherlands for the second consecutive year. The index scores 152 nations on their readiness for online shopping, worth an estimated USD 3.9 trillion globally in 2017, up 22 per cent from the previous year.
Business to movies: Serbia emerges as a gateway to Central & Southern Europe
Serbia has been fascinating Indian filmmakers and producers in recent years with 10 Indian films being shot in Serbia over the past four years. The list of blockbusters include ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ –– the Bollywood blockbuster on the 2016 surgical strikes by the Indian Army across the border –– and ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ (2017).
Uber’s Europe business is at risk after London revokes license
Uber’s rapid growth in London, where it says it has 3.5 million regular users, was seen as a success story for the company’s expansion outside the U.S. since it started service in 2012. But the city has since become a battleground with the world’s largest startup clashing with local regulators and the iconic black cab industry.
Chinese spies spook democracies from US to Europe to Australia
In Australia, it was reported Sunday that China offered a Melbourne-based car dealer a bribe to run as a parliamentary candidate before he was found dead in March. The previous day, media reports said that a man who spied for China in Hong Kong and Taiwan offered intelligence information to Australia and wanted political asylum.
The Champions League is already a European ‘Super League’
This is the first time ever that the entirety of the last 16 has been made up solely of clubs from the five major leagues. It’s impossible not to feel it’s the depressingly inevitable consequence of the ongoing manipulation of the competition structure towards the wealthiest, and that it adds to the sense of samey-ness about the knock-out rounds.
Analysts bet on the cheapest Indian stock, expect it to stage a big comeback in 2020
To be sure, the company's debt-to-equity ratio is higher than most local peers.
More space needed at sea, European wind energy industry says
Fighting climate change is a top priority for the European Commission's new head Ursula von der Leyen, who has set out a "European Green Deal" intended to achieve "climate neutrality" - adding no greenhouse gases to the atmosphere beyond what can be absorbed - by 2050.
Tata Steel unveils cost-cutting plans for Europe business, including 3,000 job cuts
A top Tata Steel official had earlier said that the steel major was looking to make European business stronger for which it would continue to explore various business options. The comments had come after its plans to merge European business with German steel giant Thyssenkrupp had fallen through. The company is now planning job cuts in Europe amid challenging market conditions.
'I miss my family and dogs', says Greta Thunberg as she hitches a low-carbon ride to Europe
The teen climate activist has concluded her nearly three-month long trip to North America.
Early trends show Europe is in an earnings recession
The consensus for Stoxx 600 earnings growth for the third quarter is around -2.8 per cent.
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