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The myth called I-have-it-all

American celebrity chef, author, travel documentarian, and television personality, Anthony Bourdain, 62, joked about failing upward, about making every mistake imaginable yet still ending up with a

Factoid

The Loganair Westray to Papa Westray route is the shortest scheduled passenger flight in the world.

A hug and a wink

The Opposition not only lost the numbers game in Parliament where the trust vote against the Narendra Modi Govt was crushed under the brute stomp of the ruling alliance but the hug-and-wink show of

Free will, et al

The BJP always believed that with the stroke of a pen they could change the fate of India. However, it is not easy to bring down institutions, which have been in existence for almost 70 years.

Free will, et al

The BJP always believed that with the stroke of a pen they could change the fate of India. However, it is not easy to bring down institutions, which have been in existence for almost 70 years.

Textile industry worried by rising investment flow into Ethiopia

The emergence of Ethiopia as a garment hub and the increasing quantum of investment flowing from India into the country has become a cause of worry for the Indian textile industry.

Govt may adopt UN model to strengthen insolvency norms

The government is looking at the possibility of adopting an UN legal model for cross-b­order insolvency cases as it works on strengthening the insolvency resolution framework, according to a senior

Thermal coal imports up 19% in first quarter

Top 12 major ports have reported a 19.32 per cent surge in imports of thermal coal to 28.28 million tonnes during April-June this year, latest report from Indian Ports Association (IPA) has said.

CEA does not feel strongly for project Sashakt to tackle NPAs

Chief economic advisor Arvind Subramanian has hinted at the irrelevance of ‘Sashakt’, the recent NPA resolution mechanism worked out by bankers, saying there would be questions on its necessity, vi

Finished steel export falls 33% in April-June

India’s export of finished steel slumped by 33.7 per cent to 1.351 million ton­nes during the first quarter of the current financial year, according to a report.

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