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State set to host global investors meet in March

The state food industry is all set to organize a global investors' summit in Jharkhand in March, the first of its kind in the state as Jharkhand looks to give its food processing sector a major thrust in coming days.An official of the industry on ... 24Dunia, 5 days ago

Policy Watch: Reap what you sow

Last week threw up mixed signals about the Indian economy. They gave economy-watchers some anxious moments, as they pored over the latest numbers churned out by the ministry of agriculture . The figures indicate that normal area under rabi ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago

Economy Round Up December 22 to 26, 2014

News Top News Top Story India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | December 30, 2014 11:08 IST This year was a roller coaster for the financial markets in India, starting with the change in government - with the most vocal "show of hands" in over 30 ...
 India Infoline4 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Mascot PM Hardsells BJP in Poll-Bound States

NEW DELHI: It's a set template for the BJP. With no chief ministerial candidate for Jharkhand or Jammu and Kashmir, the ruling party at the Centre has introduced its favourite mascot Narendra Modi to the two states going to polls in five phases ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
Comminit

Build a smart investment - "Swacch Bharat"

- The response of India Inc. to the clarion call of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi to make India Swacch Bharat is praiseworthy. Most of the renowned Corporate Houses have committed investments to support the construction of toilets in households ...
 Comminit13 hours ago Spurring Indias industrial power to new heights  Hindustan Times2 months ago

Return of the Jedi

Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak admits the decision to sit out the match against South Korea has ensured he will be in the best possible shape to lead Australia against China in their Asian Cup quarter-final in Brisbane on Thursday night.... ...
 24Dunia6 days ago

BANKS NON-FOOD CREDIT GROWTH PICKS UP TO 11.02% Y-O-Y AT RS 62.82 LAKH CR

Mumbai: Non-food credit growth of banks picked up slightly to 11.02% year-on-year in the fortnight ended January 9 to R62.82 lakh crore, data from the Reserve Bank of India showed. Banks deposit growth showed a marginal increase as well to 11.82% ...
 IPA Newspack.com6 days ago

How India rescued its tiger population from the brinkā€”but Modi is risking it all

First, the good news: Years of conservation efforts are finally making their impact felt, and India's tiger population has grown by over 30% since the turn of the decade. In 2006, there were just 1,411 tigers left in the country , and in 2010, ...
 Quartz6 days ago
Livemint.com

Im confident India won't let the tiger go extinct: Ullas Karanth

New Delhi: K. Ullas Karanth, director for science, Asia, at the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York, is among the world's foremost authorities on tigers. His long-term research on prey-predator population ecology using camera traps to estimate ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago

The Right To Education: Rhetoric or A Reality?

Countercurrents.org Right to Education in India ensures that every child under the age of 14 years must be provided with free and compulsory education. However, to make this a reality, a continuous effort is required on the part of the state to ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago
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