Domestic firms worried as non-ferrous metal imports see big jump

India is well endowed with minerals. It’s a treasure trove of 95 minerals, including fuel, atomic, metallic and non-metallic and minor minerals.

Many blue chips to declare Q2 results this week

Second quarter earning season reporting will be in full steam right from Monday, which may turn market participants’ focus from global cues to individual companies’ earnings and guidance.

Time seems ripe for a rally to begin

The week began on a positive note and the market gained and lost on alternate days, till Thursday and Friday. These two days turned the market topsy-turvy and saw huge volatility.

FPIs pull out Rs 26,600 cr in two weeks

Foreign investors have pulled out close to Rs 26,600 crore ($3.6 billion) from capital markets in the first two weeks of this month on unabated fall in rupee and rising crude oil prices and US trea

Finding space for spirituality

How can we situate ou­rselves in the en­o­r­mously vast cosmic space? Can science instill in us a sense of awe and wond­er, which later takes us to rel­i­gion?

Missing journalist: Saudi Arabia vows retaliation if punished

Saudi Arabia warned on Sunday it would retaliate against any sanctions imposed on the oil-rich kingdom over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as the Riyadh stock market suffered its

Brazening it out

Junior foreign minister MJ Akbar has forcefully defended himself against serious allegations.

Freedom of thought not an option

Right wing domination is an expression of Malthusianism. Marx and Malthus were describing the industrial revolution, and so were Mark Twain and Charles Dickens.

India completes Windies rout

A clinical India completed one of the most ruthless clean sweeps in recent times, demolishing a listless West Indies by 10 wickets in the second Test, inside three days, to clinch the series 2-0 on

How price impact affects the farming community

Steady production growth and increased availability of horticulture putting pressure on prices: Horticulture production has continued to outpace growth in foodgrain production for