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12 Indian firms in Forbes' 50 best companies in Asia-Pacific

12 Indian firms in Forbes' 50 best companies in Asia-Pacific

The Forbes 2014 'honour roll of the Fabulous 50' lists best of Asia-Pacific’s biggest publicly traded companies. China has 16 companies on the list, more than any other country, a distinction it has enjoyed for the last three years. Jagran Post, 8 hours ago

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'Student' Modi goes to school in Tokyo

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday visited the Taimei Elementary School in Tokyo ahead of the significant summit-level talks with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe.Children at Taimei Elementary School in Tokyo greeted 'teacher' Narendra Modi who could be seen enjoying an “impromptu class” in a photo tweeted Syed Akbaruddin, Official Spokesperson, Ministry of External Affairs.Speaking after a presentation on Japan’s Elementary and Secondary Education System, the Prime ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago PM Modi to hold summit talks with Japanese Premier Abe today  Jagran Post1 day ago PM Modi arrives in Tokyo to hold summit talks with Abe  IndiaTV News2 days ago 'Excited' PM Modi arrives in Japan for 5-day visit  Rediff.com3 days ago
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Dubbing studios under BR Chopra banner has been shut down

The studios one of which was set up in 1971 and the other in 1983 were apparently shut down after the recording for Bhoothnath Returns was over and now their staff is also said to have left. An insider reveals that the studio staff was asked to leave one by ...
 Jagran Post6 days ago

Climate change to cut South Asia’s growth by 8.8 per cent by end of century: ADB

GDP loss for Maldives projected at 12.6 per cent, for India 8.7 per cent Climate change will cut South Asia’s growth by 8.8 per cent by 2100 if steps are not taken to counter global warming. According to a report released by the Asian Development Bank ...
 Down to Earth1 week ago

Hamid Ansari releases book ‘21st Century South Asia’ in New Delhi

New Delhi: Vice President Hamid Ansari released a book entitled ‘21st Century South Asia’ written by Professor Sanghmitra Sarkar at a function organized in national capital on Monday.Speaking on the occasion, the Vice President said that South ...
 IndiaTV News3 weeks ago

South Asian nations back proposal to establish SAARC Bank

KATHMANDU: Nepal, along with other South Asian countries, has backed India’s proposal to establish a South Asian Development Bank to further enhance economic cooperation in the region for deeper regional integration. The idea pitched by South ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago

ADB projects 6.3% growth for India in 2015-16

Manila-based Asian Development Bank (ADB) has upgraded India's economic growth forecast to 6.3 per cent in 2015-16 on hopes of speedy reform process. The multilateral funding agency, however, has retained forecast 5.5 per cent growth in India this year. "With Parliamentary elections over, India is expected to pursue long-delayed reform. India’s growth forecast is maintained at 5.5 per cent in fiscal year 2014-15 but upgraded to 6.3 per cent in FY 2015-16 as expected reform bears ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Jagran Post

Paswan seeks ban on onion exports before allowing imports

Pawan has suggested this in a letter written to Union Minister of State for Commerce Nirmala Sitharaman when the Food Ministry's views were sought on importing one lakh tonnes of onions, officials in the know said. In the letter, Paswan said that ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago

Indian states seek easier land sales in reform challenge for Modi

Indian states eager to kick-start major infrastructure projects have proposed radical changes to land acquisition laws that are blamed for stalling billions of dollars' worth of roads, railways, ports and power installations. According to a confidential government paper seen by Reuters, several states want to do away with obtaining landowners' consent altogether in some cases and to cut through red tape which they say holds up development. Restrictions to buying land, strengthened under the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Onion may bring more tears ahead

With stocks to cover two months of consumption and a new crop delayed by at least a month, the onion crisis is likely to become acute in September. The National Horticultural Research and Development Foundation estimates the onion inventory across the country at 2.4-2.5 million tonnes. India eats 1.2 million tonnes of onions a month and the current stock will last till the end of August. The next onion crop is expected to be delayed by at least a month because of late sowing. Early kharif ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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