India gets edge over China

The manufacturing cost competitiveness of a handful of countries including India remained steady relative to the US over the last decade, while several economies like China and Brazil, which were trad

Vedanta Aluminium gets village’s nod for refinery

Vedanta Aluminium, controlled by billionaire Anil Agarwal, moved closer to raising its alumina refining capacity by six fold from 1 million tonnes per year (tpy) after villagers near the plant voiced

Social media connects jobseekers, firms

Social media is proving to be an important bridge between an employer and its staff as an increasing percentage of employees are using this medium before making any career move, says a Kelly Services

RBI fixes reference rate for rupee at 60.14 against dollar today


The RBI fixed the reference rate for the US dollar at Rs 60.1485 and Euro at Rs 80.6360

Narendra Modi seeks lab to land strategy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the 86th ICAR Foundation Day function in New Delhi on Tuesday  PTI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday pitched for higher agricultural yield with the help of technological intervention.

Centre rules out drought after late revival of rains

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The Central government claims that there is no fear of drought like situations after the late revival of the Monsoon rains this month.

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.