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Saturday, October 21, 2017
A blatant violation and bizarre dupings of innocent farmers and land owners of Gurgaon's Manesar, to the tune of Rs 1,500 crores, that was carried out between 2004-2007 in connivance with the govt officials, and the land mafia had...
India might be a poor country, but we have Indian companies that sell niche luxury goods to the richest of the rich across the world. This time, 3 Indian companies –Gitanjali Gems, Titan and PC Jewellers — have made...
Profitable balance sheets with three years in continuation, Positive growth trend with no dips, virtually NIL Liabilities, CIBIL score checks of directors, No adverses from any regulatory agencies, security and collateral deposit and the list goes on and on....
Despite the new Index of Industrial Production (IIP) with revised base year of 2011-12 having been promulgated, the India's factory output growth slowed to 2.7 per cent in March on the back of poor manufacturing performance which was released...
(IANS): Bringing laurels and making a mark in the Space Program globally, often makes one ponder as to what stops India from excelling in the automotive Industry. The nation might have moved up the automotive industry ladder quantitatively, having the fifth-largest passenger...
The US has accused top Indian IT firms TCS and Infosys of unfairly cornering the lion's share of H1B visas by putting extra tickets in the lottery system, which the Trump administration wants to replace with a more merit-based...
The situation is becoming grimmer and grimmer for expatriates as we enter the second month of amnesty. The fee for the renewal of sponsorship has gone up. Heartless sponsors are demanding more and more money and threatening to send...
In a major drag to the Prime Minister of India Mr Modi and his govt's efforts to pull up the economy and the economic scenario of the country, the dark forces have upped the ante once again. Its also...
Rejecting discharge pleas of two money lenders, the Bombay High Court has said that continuous verbal and physical abuse and repeated demand for return of money amounts to abetment of suicide. Of late, more so post demonetisation, the debt collection...
At a time when India needs huge investments to satisfy its growth and development story, the World Bank’s approval of a USD 100-million loan for a health project in Uttarakhand to provide medical services in the state is seen...
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