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Multi-hued images of India’s rich cultural diversity and military might as well as achievements in diverse fields unfolded today at the 66th Republic Day parade which had a US President—Barack
Lauding the RBI’s role in helping bring down inflation, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said the central bank may further ease interest rates as an improvement on the price front has
For the first time in the history of India’s Republic Day, women empowerment in the armed forces was showcased as an all-women contingent from the three forces — Army, Air Force and Navy —
Prime Minister Narendra Modi adorned a colourful Rajasthani bandhani turban at the Republic Day celebrations today, having addressed the nation wearing a similar headgear on the Independence Day.
Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’Brien today said the Centre did not allow West Bengal’s tableaux, depicting the “path breaking Kanya Shree initiative”, to participate in the Republic Day parade
Indian conglomerate Mahindra Group plans to expand its renewable energy business and invest Rs 4,500 crore ($732.5 million) over the next three to four years, its chairman said, amid a government-...
Google paid tribute to 66th Republic Day with a special doodle done up as a tableau, showcasing the stretch of the ceremonial boulevard from Raisina Hill to India Gate, the centrepiece of the trad...
While President Barack Obama was busy doing “walk the talk” and “chai per charcha” with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his top aides were frantically using social media about their
AP Genco is gearing up to declare commercial operation date of both the units of Krishnapatnam Thermal Power Station (KTPS - 2 X 800 MW) by March 2015. ...
Recalling the “warmth” of the people during his recent visit there, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted the people of Australia on ‘Australia Day’ which coincides with India’s
Colourful tableaux from 16 states and some government departments at the 66th Republic Day parade today showcased the cultural diversity and unique programmes being implemented across the country.
Colombia’s Paulina Vega was crowned Miss Universe today, beating out contenders from the United States, Ukraine, Jamaica and The Netherlands at the world’s top beauty pageant in Florida. ...
A missed call at the right time  (26 January 02:49 pm) 
India’s fledgling start-up scene has a reason to rejoice. Twitter’s acquisition of Indian mobile phone marketing out-fit ZipDial, reportedly for $30-40 million, shows the global tech giants’
Madhya Pradesh Governor Ram Naresh Yadav today said that agriculture-friendly policies introduced by his government have enabled the state to register an agriculture growth rate of nearly 25 per c...
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Switzerland’s gold exports to India crossed Rs 1.2 lakh crore in 2014 even as concerns persist over bullion being used to channel illicit funds into the Indian shores.The value of precious...
For the first time in a decade, mobile phone and mobile Internet services were not disrupted in the Kashmir Valley as part of the security drill for Republic Day celebrations. Mobile phon...
India’s current account which has been consistently in deficit over the last 10 years is likely to swing into a minor surplus of 0.3 per cent of GDP in 2015, says a Morgan Stanley report.Ac...
Gold climbed towards a five-month high on Monday as an electoral win by Greece\'s anti-austerity party sparked fears of renewed instability in Europe, triggering safe-haven demand for bulli...
Vizag Port handles 46.5 mt of cargo  (26 January 11:48 am) 
Visakhapatnam Port has so far handled 46.5 million tonnes of cargo during the current financial year in spite of the setback suffered due to the severe cyclone, Hudhud, which hit the city and port...
In a departure from tradition, the Chief Guest at the Republic Day parade, US President Barack Obama, today arrived in his own highly-secured bomb-proof vehicle, ‘The Beast,’ at Rajpath.The...
The euro skidded to an 11-year low and stock prices fell on Monday as Greece\'s Syriza party promised to roll back austerity measures after sweeping to victory in a snap election, putting Athens...
State-owned Corporation Bank has launched an issue of Tier I bonds to raise Rs 500 crore for funding its growth plans. The fund would be raised from unsecured subordinated Additional Tier...
Greek leftist leader Alexis Tsipras promised on Sunday that five years of austerity, \"humiliation and suffering\" imposed by international creditors were over after his Syriza party swept to victor...
Play resumed in the fifth match of the cricket tri-series between India and Australia after a rain interruption which rendered it a 44-over-a-side affair at the SCG here today. After a de...