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India logs on to e-tail for discounts on white goods

Growing comfort of buying at a click of a mouse, cheaper deals online and clarity over delivery and service arrangements for e-purchases has impelled customers to open their purses for high-value item

Small town boy makes it big

Sathish Sivalingam after winning the gold medal

Sattuvacheri has a new hero.

India seeks access to Tamils from Australia

Australian immigration minister Scott Morrison revealed that the 157 Tamil asylum seekers on board a customs vessel have been brought to Australia and he reiterated that none will settle in the island

MSD drops another hint at quitting Tests


As everyone was celebrating India’s historic victory at Lord’s, M.S. Dhoni’s statement on his Test future seemed to have gone unnoticed. “Don’t know how exactly it feels.

Women underpaid in IT firms

Only 30% of IT employees are women, and get 29% lower salary, reveals report

Gulf job offers to rise for Indians

There may be more jobs in the offing in the Gulf region for Indians in the coming years.

Biz prone to Net fraud

Cyber criminals are now targeting business espionage

Vineet Nayar sounds alert for IT firms

Vineet Nayar

Indian IT industry may lose relevance if it doesn’t adopt new tech: Vineet Nayar

Jayalalithaa law to curb club ‘restriction’

Announcing the enactment of a new legislation in the current Assembly session to curb “sartorial despotism” perpetrated by clubs like the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association Club, chief minister J.

Sri City hints at more investments in Andhra Pradesh

Clarity over Seemandhra formation seems to have enthused investors who are now showing greater interest in the state.

The collective moral might and high-mindedness of the Communist parties of India miserably failed the country in the critical battle of 2014. Their numbers in Parliament dropped drastically and their presence as an ideological force is dwindling day by day.

Here is something for Dinanath Batra to chew on. While he leads the charge against cakes and candles on birthdays, all things Western, including English language education, millions of Chinese college students take the country’s many standardised English tests every year, hoping to embellish their resumes with language certificates.