RBI keeps rates unchanged due to inflation pressure, lowers growth estimate again
The six-member monetary policy committee (MPC) vote was unanimous, RBI said in a release.
ICC announces extension of its partnership with OPPO till September 2023
ICC announced the extension of its partnership with smartphone maker...
ICC condoles Bob Willis's demise, remembers former skipper as one of the biggest heroes
The former England captain passed away at 70 after ba...
IndiGo stops pushing Airbus engines to limit after shutdowns
IndiGo has told its pilots to stop pushing engines on its new jets to the limit when the planes are climbing.
Karnataka CM Yediyurappa inaugurates Kalaburagi’s first-ever airport
In a major thrust to boost air connectivity, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa inaugurated the first-ever airport in Kalaburagi today...
10 snacks a day keep 3 meals away
Nearly three-quarters of Indian adults snacked more than they did a year ago, compared with a global average of 49%, according to a study by Mondelez International and The Harris Poll, which covered 6,000 people across 12 countries.
Coming up in Bengaluru: Biometrics for Indians flying in from abroad
Since immigration has a unified database, the passport will get “digitally stamped” and contain the same information as the physical stamp. The proposal has been sent to the to the home ministry’s Bureau of Immigration.
India's low-cost housing space is increasingly getting global attention
Funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA), Reall has been in the affordable housing segment for over 30 years, helping more than 3.5 million people across Asia and Africa.
Hyderabad airport begins trials on body scanners
The Hyderabad international airport has commenced a three-month trial of the body scanner for passengers. The scanners operate on SAFE radio wave security system, which is an image-free scanning technique, and is completely harmless and poses no threat of privacy infringement.
Interests of Air India employees would be protected: Government
Replying to a supplementary question in Rajya Sabha, Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri also said that the government would secure a fair deal for all of its employees. Puri said 25 per cent salaries of various employees were withheld when Air India was in financial crisis.
Amnesty International India seeks review of existing legislative regime governing nationality determination
Amnesty argued that the Foreigners Tribunals places the burden of proving one’s Indian citizenship on the person suspected of doubtful nationality. It does not have an appellate body. None of its procedures lay down any guidance on how a reference can be made against a person to the Tribunal.
With renewable energy, Rail ministry to transform Indian Railways into 'Green Railways'
Through the Power Sector Reform (PSR) programme, the MoU with DFID envisages to include co-operation for energy efficiency and energy self-sufficiency for Indian Railways.
US solar industry to lose 62,000 jobs, $19 bn investment due to Trump tariffs - Study
The outcome of the International Trade Commission's midterm review could decide whether President Donald Trump makes changes to or even cancels the four-year tariff that was imposed in early 2018. The levy started at 30%, and is designed to drop by five percentage points each year.
Mumbai airport main runway to be partially shut from November 4 to March 28
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport will remain closed for eight hours everyday from November 4 to March 28, 2020 for carrying out re-carpeting work. The aerodrome operator -- GVK MIAL -- on Thursday said the runway 'RWY 09/27' would be open for operations on Sundays as well as on select days, including Christmas and New Year.
View: Despite doubts, there’s enough proof to conclude that foreign trade is good for poor
Areas where workers faced foreign competition tended to have greater reduction in poverty rates.
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