By Neerja Chowdhury If one thing is becoming clear in J&K, it is that the new government will not be formed in a hurry. Given the hung verdict, which reflects the divide between Jammu and the Valley, it may be more of a zig zag route to power ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
By Neerja Chowdhury It is a different Valley that you see the moment you land in Srinagar. It is not the clear, crisp air, nor the blue sky or clean streams, nor the green poplars and willows which you have associated with Kashmir all your life.Economic Times, 1 month ago
About the secret of Birla's success, old-timers recall that one of his first moves was to set the retirement age for group executives at 60 years. Image: Kumar Mangalam Birla . Photograph: Reuters When Kumar Mangalam Birla took over as a 28-year-old inexperienced head of the Aditya Birla group in 1995, not many had expected the scion to break all records in terms of market value, revenue and profit in the next 20 years. Today, under Birla, 47, the Aditya Birla group is a $40 billion ...Rediff.com, 4 days ago
NEW DELHI: Financing infrastructure would need bold measures that made instruments more important than institutions, Prabhu added while inaugurating the summit. This could mean opening up funds available with the Employees Provident Fund ...IPA Newspack.com, 2 weeks ago
BJP looks set to form a government in Jharkhand. However, PDP has bagged more seats in J&K! It's likely to be a hung house for Jammu & Kashmir. Will PDP ally with BJP? Watch this space for the latest updates on the results day... ! 1 New Update ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Live: PDP leads, NC trails in J BJP may form govt in J'khand Economic Times, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: "He's what you expect someone to be. He's Mr Clean and Mr Clean-up. But behind him there is no strong party," says political analyst Shiv Vishwanathan. The angry everyman, and rank outsider till just a year ago, is the most popular choice ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Delhi unlikely to give second chance to Aam Aadmi Party Economic Times, 1 month ago
Prime minister Narendra Modis move to further bolster his cabinet Sunday with party leaders with an established track record may present BJP president Amit Shah with a problem of sorts. With leaders who are household names like Rajiv Pratap Rudy, J.P. Nadda, ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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