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Less rain fails to turn sugar sour

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After a slew of bitter news surrounding the below par south west monsoon in the country, finally there seems to be some sweetened optimism with a promise of positive sugarcane production.

Now, golden ball winner Lionel Messi on your smartphone

Lionel Messi

After dishing out loads of merchandise that facilitated sports buffs to own a piece of their favourite sports stars, Collectabillia has come out with one for Lionel Messi, the flavour of the just conc

Tata to make equipment for air-to-air refuelling

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Hyderabad-based Tata Advanced Systems (TAS) Limited said on Friday that it will manufacture world-leading 5th generation air-to-air refuelling equipment for the UK defence and aerospace major Cobham a

Drug price control may not impact much: Reddy

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The recent National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) order bringing in some more medicines under control may not have much impact on city-based drug maker Dr Reddy’s Laboratories in terms of pr

‘Rural’ ATMs soon: RBI

Banks are working on setting up ‘Rural ATMs’ for dispensing currency notes of smaller denominations, RBI’s deputy governor R. Gandhi said on Monday.

‘Only a part of ecosystem addressed’

It was a $100 billion dream that the biotech and pharma sector had wished to make come true by 2025.

Telangana 4gw power plant soon

State-run NTPC is expected to commence work on the first unit of the proposed 4,000 mw (4gw) (5x800) power plant at Ramagundam in Telangana immediately.

IKEA eyes Hyderabad for first India store

IKEA plans to open its first store in Hyderabad

It is one of the first companies in India to be allowed 100 per cent FDI in retail

Dr Reddy’s to rebrand for international appeal

A year after the demise of its founder K.

Tata firms up market plan 2020

Tata Motors president Ranjit Yadav, F1 driver Narain Karthikeyan and Tata Motors senior V-P -PTI

Zest and Bold to debut soon; Tatas set to launch 2 cars per year till ’20

On Friday N.N. Vohra, governor of Jammu and Kashmir, delivered a speech in New Delhi that was notable for its lucid analysis of the inextricably interlinked external and internal security problems and a series of sound suggestions about how to meet the grim challenges this country faces.

One of the most fascinating things about the 21st century is what I call the return of the body to the centrality of things. The body has become the site for all the major dramas — philosophical, political and ethical.