EU Institutions have separation of powers: European FMs Dean
Like in all democracies, the European Parliament has the right to debate on issues it chooses.
UiPath partners with 150 academic institutions in India
The programme, aimed at creating an inclusive workforce who are fluent in automation ...
806 people under observation in Kerala, 10 in isolation wards
At least 806 people who returned from China over the past few days are under ob...
Oyo gives B-schools a miss amid company rejig
The SoftBank-backed hospitality chain, which is under pressure to rein in costs and streamline operations, has/will be giving most Bschools, including IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta, IIM Kozhikode and SPJIMR where it was a recruiter last year, a miss during final placements, the institutes told.
Gift of "Adda" and the Clock Tower to IIT-Kgp by 1970-batch alums
Gift of 'ADDA' and Alumni Clock Tower to the campus by the Indian Institute of Technology - Kharagpur's alumni batch of 1970 will change the social interaction at the country's oldest IIT.
Developed nations not acting on reducing carbon emissions: Prakash Javadekar
Speaking at the 20th edition of the World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS), the minister said since 1990, "the world has reduced annual carbon emissions only by half per cent and a lot needs to be done."
Oil rises as investors take stock of economic hit from virus
"Oil's bloodbath appears to be over for now," said Edward Moya, senior market analyst at OANDA.
Educational institutions do not fall under jurisdiction of consumer forums, holds NCDRC
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has observed that institutes rendering education, including vocational courses, cannot fall under the jurisdiction of consumer forums even if there is any defect in the services provided by them.
IIM-C 42nd in Financial Times Global MBA ranking
The institute secured the spot for its Masters of Business Administration for Executives (MBAEx) programme, the IIM-C said in a statement on Monday. The Financial Times (FT) Global MBA ranking, 2020, had taken into consideration 100 full-time MBA programmes of 156 business schools for the exercise.
Japan warns about risks to economy from China virus outbreak
"There are concerns over the impact to the global economy from the spread of infection in China, transportation disruptions, cancellation of group tours from China and an extention in the Lunar Holiday," Japanese Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura told.
Chances of Indo-Pak limited conflict in 2020 remain high, warns Pak think-tank
The Islamabad Policy Institute is of opinion that tense relations with India would continue to consume much of Pakistan’s strategic and diplomatic bandwidth. Chances of limited conflict between India and Pakistan would remain high, a report published by the Institute warned.
European Parliament debates issues of its choice: Foreign Ministers' Dean
European Parliament has the right to debate any issue of its choice, European foreign ministers’ dean and Luxembourg foreign minister Jean Asselborn has said ahead of the proposed EP debate on draft resolutions on India’s Citizenship Amendment Act.
Sebi rejigs secondary market advisory panel
The Secondary Market Advisory Committee is chaired by IIM Ahmedabad Professor and former whole-time member of Sebi, Jayanth R Varma, the latest update with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) showed.
Midcaps incrementally coming back in vogue: Gautam Duggad, MOSL
If there is an income tax cut, the discretionary pack will have a far greater chance of outperformance compared to the staples, says Gautam ...
China now world's second biggest weapons producer: researchers
A report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has hinted on China being world's second largest producer of munitions. The report notes however that the lack of transparency remains an "important caveat" when studying the Chinese arms industry.
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