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\"Based on experience, we are reviewing and there are many suggestions coming from all the states and stakeholders, Javadekar said.
Air Berlin expects to have made some decisions on which non-core businesses to divest by around mid-year, as part of measures being put in place by its new CEO.
National flag will be flown at half-mast throughout the country and there will be no official entertainment on Sunday, -- Lee\'s funeral day.
The need for good credit health may not seem very significant at first glance. Its importance usually surfaces when one needs loan.
IT cos gained momentum in a weak trade with Infosys and TCS gaining as much as 3% following upbeat guidance from global IT major Accenture.
The US and European carriers have asked their respective regulators to address the issue of unfair competition.
The Bank of Italy head added economic problems had the same causes that have long plagued the country, including low competitiveness and corruption.
Govt plans $10-billion push for chip manufacturingIn a major boost to chip manufacturing and designing, the Centre plans to pump $10 billion into facilities in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh.
The black box voice recorder shows that Andreas Lubitz locked his captain out of the cockpit on Tuesday and deliberately sent Flight 4U 9525 into the Alps.
A recent study by Assocham stated that agriculture credit is not reaching small farm holders in India, resulting in high level of indebtedness.
Asaram is currently lodged in a Rajasthan jail since his arrest in Sept 2013 for allegedly sexually assaulting a minor girl at his ashram.
Land ordinance: Decision on proroguing Parl today The repromulgated ordinance will carry the 9 official amendments moved by the govt during passage of the Bill, which seeks to replace the executive
SpiceJet running short of planes, to cancel more than one fifth scheduled flightsSpiceJet, which came close to collapsing after running out of cash to pay its creditors, is scheduled to make 280 daily
Telecom operators have said that OTT players like Skype, WhatsApp, Viber etc are eating up their main revenue without investing in networks.
PC George said he offered to resign but Chandy told him to wait till a decision in this regard was taken in consultation with other UDF leaders.
After his meeting with Xi, Sirisena also met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on March 26.
After his meeting with Xi, Sirisena also met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on March 26.
Yemen or bad omen? Nifty below 2014 close, wipes out 2015 gains Nifty has wiped off 2015 gains as it slipped below the crucial 8,300 level. It is down 9.2% from the recent peak of 9,119 hit on March 4
All the data are expressed in value terms and are not adjusted for increases in consumer prices.
Uttam Sharma was sitting behind the cash counter at his restaurant when two assailants came in and shot at him from close range, SP said.
Land Bill: Sonia slams Modi government  (27 March 03:49 pm) 
Chiding the government for painting those opposing its land bill as anti-nationals, Gandhi asked the government to rise above its narrow-mindedness.
Land Bill: Sonia Gandhi slams Modi government Chiding the government for painting those opposing its land bill as anti-nationals, Gandhi asked the government to rise above its narrow-mindedness.
China\'s expressed serious concern after the Philippines said it would resume repair and reconstruction works on disputed islands in the South China Sea.
Researchers had planned to enlist 27,000 people in Liberia at risk of Ebola, such as health care workers, for the phase 3 portion of the trial.
The military action is growing into a regional conflict, turning impoverished and chaotic Yemen into a new front in the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran.