Paving the way for closure of long-pending Jet-Etihad deal, the Competion Commission of India, CCI has approved the proposed acquisition of 24 per cent stake in the Naresh Goyal-led Indian … continue reading
Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs has introduced a Pension and Life Insurance fund scheme called Mahatma Gandhi Pravasi Suraksha Yojana (MGPSY) for the Overseas Indian workers having Emigration Check Required … continue reading
Google stock topped $1,000 a share in early trading Friday on a strong earnings report. The shares hit their all-time high after the search-engine giant expanded its mobile and overseas … continue reading
My Fellow Citizens, You are all aware that there has been extensive devastation due to cloud burst and floods in the State of Uttarakhand. A large number of persons have … continue reading
Tourism targets for the 12th Five Year Plan have not been finalized yet by the Planning Commission. The 11th Five Year Plan had set a target of 10 million international … continue reading
Increasingly, U.S. firms are moving or considering moving their manufacturing operations back to domestic soil from overseas, finds a new study co-authored by a Michigan State University supply chain expert. … continue reading
The pioneering Hollywood studio which brought the world the first computer animated feature said its latest film is almost like looking at the real world. ‘Cars 2’ proved much better … continue reading
Around one in five young Britons has sex with a new partner while overseas, finds research published ahead of print in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections. And they are apparently opting for British or European sexual partners in the belief that this minimises the chances of HIV infection, but seemingly unawares of their risks of contracting other sexually transmitted infections.
A blood cell known as a troublemaker for triggering the itch and inflammation in allergy attacks, the mast cell, can also calm down the flare-ups, researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine have found.
Research activities on homoeopathic treatment for HIV/AIDS and cancer have come down due to less spending, according to a prominent homoeopath.