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Sun chief: New firms not difficult

Sun Pharma chairman Dilip S. Shanghvi feels that there is a possibility of new pharmaceutical companies emerging out in India, despite tougher regulatory framework in the country.

Don’t smoke, Sitaram Yechury told

Village in Hyderabad is alcohol and tobacco-free area

After years of slump, auto firms expect 5 per cent growth

With the fall in crude oil prices and a reduction in interest rates, the auto industry is set for a revival and is expected to register a growth of around five per cent in the coming fiscal, say indus

Prakash Karat: New CPM boss in April

CPI-M general secretary Prakash Karat on Tuesday said that he would be replaced at the party’s 21st congress to be held in Visakhapatnam in April.

Andhra Pradesh to get NTPC’s NextGen plant

State-run power producer NTPC has decided to set up its first ultra super critical power plant in the country at its greenfield power project at Pudimadaka near Vizag in Andhra Pradesh.

Andhra Pradesh to get NTPC’s NextGen plant

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NTPC will be setting up a 1,000 MW ultra super critical unit (USCU) in Vizag

‘Want private capital for railways, not privatisation’

Railway minister Suresh Prabhu on Monday mooted the idea of foreign pension funds being invested in initiatives to raise financial resources for the railways.

Man trying to ‘join ISIS’ detained

A Hyderabad-based engineer, who was allegedly trying to join ISIS, was picked up at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport by a counter-intelligence team on Thursday.

Impressed, want to join PM Modi, says Jaya Prada

Jaya Prada

Actor-turned-politician Jaya Prada on Thursday said she wants to join the BJP as she is impressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership.

Raghuram Rajan sees more pain in the West

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Rajan however feels the world’s economic outlook could take a turn for the better

These are two prize-winning books, which became critically acclaimed plays and now, if the reviews are to be believed, they are going to create television history as a prime-time series.

There are several ways of looking at the debates around freedom of speech.