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20352050 time frame likely for Indias emission peaking year

In the upcoming talks with the US delegation arriving in New Delhi to broker a climate deal, India is likely to offer 2035-2050 time frame as peaking year for carbon emission. The deal is likely to be announced during US President Barack Obama's ... Hindustan Times, 1 week ago


NEW DELHI: The long-awaited insurance Bill, which will raise the overseas investment limit in the sector to 49% from 26%, looks set to become law before the year is out with a majority on the parliamentary select committee ready to give its assent.
 IPA Newspack.com1 week ago


NEW DELHI: The national auditor, in a clear departure from its past stance, has asked the oil ministry to let national interest and energy security determine its approach towards commercial discoveries instead of niggling with procedural issues and ...
 IPA Newspack.com3 weeks ago
Times of India

Asus launches convertible touchscreen laptops at Rs 35,999

NEW DELHI: Asus has launched two new models under its portfolio of convertible Windows 8.1 touchscreen laptops. The company also announced an Android 4.4 (KitKat)-powered tablet, priced at Rs 19,999. The all-new has a 15.6-inch screen with 1366x768p ...
 Times of India1 month ago

The election gamble (Live): Cong's Nitesh Rane's son Narayan Rane wins from Kankavli, Maha

New Delhi , Oct 19: Amid anticipations and apprehensions, the electoral process came to a peaceful end. While both the BJP and the Congress have parted ways with their respective alliances, it is time to see whether how badly or not it hurts. The ...
 Oneindia2 months ago

The Week That Was December 15 to 19, 2014

Top Stories Its 'Santa Rally' as US Fed indicates no hike in interest rates Ho Ho Ho.. Its Christmas time.. And Santa Rally is here. US Federal Reserve played a perfect host to the party and signalled an interest rate increase was not ...
 India Infoline2 days ago

Test driving BMW's two new toys: M3 & M4

With great power comes great luxury — the new BMW M3 and M4 can be summed up rather aptly with these words. The new M3 and M4 arrived recently in India, and launched officially less than a month ago. The M series of BMW are said to be the most ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 week ago

World Economy - December 14

The global economy is expected to continue its recovery. The global growth forecast foresees a pick-up in GDP growth to 3.6% in 2015 from 3.2% in the current year, both unchanged from the previous month's forecast. The progress in the OECD is ...
 Gulf Oil And Gas1 week ago
Monash University

The noodle-bowl effect: Australian trade is increasingly complex

Fact: over 585 regional trade agreements have been signed. Almost 400 are already operating. Australia is a signatory to at least 12 of them. An intricate web of cross-cutting free trade agreements (FTAs) forms the basis of Australia's trade and ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago Australian trade increasingly complex  Fresh Plaza3 weeks ago Why Australian trade is increasingly complex  Business Spectator3 weeks ago
Universities News

University of Hyderabad VC Ramaswamy resigns

HYDERABAD: In a decision that took the University of Hyderabad's (Uoh's) scholastic rounds off guard, Ramakrishna Ramaswamy on Monday affirmed his decision to venture down as vice-chancellor of the varsity, year and a half before he finishes his ...
 Universities News3 weeks ago
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