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Experts doubt growth forecast

Say government may have to revise economic data in future

Sensex in red after global rout

The equity markets slumped for the second consecutive day as weakness in global stocks amidst growing worries regarding global growth slowdown and disappointing revenue guidance provided by IT major C

Wind power still remains upbeat

With a significant number of industries having tepid order books, the renewable energy sector is doing well.

Duty cut speculation dampens gold sales

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Indian gold traders say they are struggling to draw buyers despite offering record discounts over rallying international prices, as consumers wait to see if rates can fall further after the Union Budg

Maharashtra government to unveil 5 major policies

The government of Maharashtra is set to unveil five major policy initiatives aimed at attracting massive investments in several sectors during the Make in India week, a flagship event to showcase most

BMC to appoint TCS as consultant for waste plant

File photo of fire at Deonar dumpyard

The fire that raged on at Deonar dumping ground till recently has prompted Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to expedite the process of setting up a waste-to-energy plant at the dump site.

Devendra Fadnavis' wife in trouble over miracle gift?

TV grab of Guruvanand Swami gifts Ms. Fadnavis the miracle necklace that he materialised out of air.

Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis' wife Amruta received flak from rationalists for accepting necklace (chanting beads) apparently pulled out from thin air by self-declared godman Guruvanand Swami at a

‘Apply rules for coaching classes too’

School principals have said that while they are expected to abide by rules laid down by the education department regarding picnics and excursions, coaching classes take students to resorts as a result

Skill development suggestions pour in for budget

Demands for skill development in sectors like tourism in Konkan, veterinary services in rural Maharashtra and horticulture in Nashik, and Sangli and the health sector are likely to reflect in the fort

4 who sat on hunger strike against Deonar dump site hospitalised

Four people, who sat on a hunger strike to protest against the Deonar dumping ground along with local corporator Mohammad Siraj Shaikh, have been admitted to the Shatabdi Hospital at Govandi on Monday

Though the victory march of the Bharatiya Janata Party that began in 2014 was brought to a halt in 2015 with major setbacks in the Delhi and Bihar Assembly elections, there seems to be a reversal of t

The film Airlift is a commercial success. I was bewildered by its repeated attempts to suppress what is true and suggest what is false.