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Shubha Singh
Diplomatic Enclave: Blossoming Ties

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Indian has been marked with bonhomie, euphoria and hyperbole with Netanyahu describing the ties as a “marriage made in heaven but consecrated on

DC Pathak
Spy’s eye: Divisive politics weakens security

It is with a deep insightfulness that Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the state police chiefs and heads of Central Para Military Forces attending their annual conference at Takenpur in Madhya Pra

CP Thomas
Moneyball: Brand Kohli- The good, bad, ugly

It is Virat all the way. Good, bad, and ugly. Let us start with the good. The Indian ski­p­per has swept the annual ICC awards, being named as both the cricketer and captain of the year.

Sangeetha G.
Govt booster shot on single brand retail gets mixed reactions

In 2012, Swedish furniture major IKEA started doing research in India going from one household to another in different cities to understand the needs of the Indian consumer.

Michael Gonsalves
Audi launches Q5

Audi, India’s third German luxury car maker by sales, on Thursday replaced its best-selling sports utility vehicle or SUV Audi Q5, with the more sophisticated all-new second generation Audi Q5 in I

Radhika Vashisht
THAILAND’s Siam Makro makes debut

Thailand based Siam Makro PCL has announced the launch of wholesale cash and carry segment in India. The company has the plan to invest over Rs 1,000 crore in next five years.

Ritwik Mukherjee
Tata Steel brings in Aggreto and Nirman

Tata Steel, an arm of the $18.12 billion global steel major with an annual crude steel capacity of 27.5 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) and operations in 26 countries, has now come up with India’s

M S Swaminathan
Harvest secure income

Income security is essential for all enterprises and more particularly for agriculture which depends to a great extent on climatic condition and factors beyond the control of farmers.

Sangeetha G.
Gold seen at $1,400 this year as China demand firms up

Gold prices on Thursday broke its one-month rally that flared prices by $100 an ounce.

Nirbhay Kumar
IndiGo, Jet among dozen bidders for RCS hinterland routes

The second round of bidding for starting flights to smaller towns and cities under the regional connectivity scheme (RCS) has seen over a dozen airlines, including IndiGo and Jet Airways, vying for

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