• May

    Newly elected MP from Srinagar, winner of a farcical election in which 7 per cent of the voters turned out — Farooq Abdullah — waded through the political vector this

  • May

    On May 9 the voters of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) were called to vote on a new president. The election had to be preponed as the

  • May

    In his tweet on Rabindranath Tagore’s birth anniversary, May 9, prime minister Narendra Modi said, “Gurudev Tagore will always be remembered for his powerful thoughts and contribution to the freedom

  • May

    Former BSF DG EN Rammohan, considered one of the foremost experts on fighting guerrillas and insurgents having served in all the trouble spots, has said in an interview that the

  • By Archit Gupta

    Under the indirect taxes structure in India, indirect taxes like VAT, excise, service tax and entry tax are levied on consumption whereas the direct taxes (income tax) are levied on

  • May

    Climate change brings about dramatic catastrophes. One of our problems is of course to be alert to the facts of history

  • May

    Is market mein aur jaan hai ki, ab ludke ga kya? A common refrain these days on whether the market will take a tumble after its high octane journey to

  • Apr
    By Ambareesh Baliga

    The Nifty gained nearly 2 per cent on earnings-led optimism to close the week at 9,304 with heightened action in mid-cap and small-cap stocks. Cement stocks such as ACC

  • Apr
    By Hareesh V

    Commodities prices traded with mixed sentiments. In global commodity complex bullion and crude oil gained sharply while the base metals were traded in red

  • Around the same time when a beleaguered Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti met prime minister Narendra Modi on Monday to discuss mayhem created by stone-pelting Kashmiris, around 100