Every autumn the world descends on New York. Head of governments from across the globe gather at the United Nations general assembly to put their points of view
The Syrian situation was at the top of the agenda for international leaders at the UN general assembly meeting earlier this week as US president Barack Obama and Russian president
There was a time in Indian politics, in the years gone by, when the country’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, under the overarching Congress umbrella, thought it beneath his dignity to campaign in assembly elections.
- Sep28By Jeanna Smialek, Bloomberg
When President Lyndon B Johnson signed the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 into law, the change ended a quota system that prioritised European immigration and helped to usher in
On the face of it, the RBI granting in-principle license to 10 entities to launch small finance banks and 11 payments banks, should qualify as an apt case of furthering the cause of financial inclusion.
Just four days after BCCI and CAB chief Jagmohan Dalmiya’s demise, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday evening announced that former India captain Sourav Ganguly will be the
The common refrain of tourists visiting India regularly and even those who do so occasionally is that India is a beautiful country, just so long as you stay out of
The 25-million strong Indian diaspora spread across the globe has become a highly visible factor in India’s foreign policy as prime minister Narendra Modi engages with Indians in every country
We are probably witnessing the last phase of desktop PCs in the country. PC vendors are pushing mobile PCs including laptops and tablets as against traditional desktops in
- Sep22By V Viswanand
While we all are aware of what retirement is and know that one day we will all retire, there are few who plan towards it.