Lockdown Extension: After Passenger Trains, All Domestic And International Flights Suspended Till May 3

Taking to twitter, Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said, “There were good reasons for the Lockdown to be extended till 3rd May. We can consider lifting restrictions on both domestic & international flights thereafter. I understand the problems being faced by people who need to travel & request them to bear with us.” Says Civil Aviation Minister on Reports Flight Operations Will Resume Post Lockdown This comes after the Railways extended the suspension of passenger services till May 3 in the wake of the countrywide restrictions.........Read more

'Instagram Bridge' the latest showpiece of Dubai Creek Harbour megaproject

The bridge will connect the city of Dubai with man-made Creek Island across a new canal within a masterplan that includes apartment blocks, a $2 billion mall, outdoor leisure spaces, and what will be the world's tallest tower. The tower, at the center of the city side of the development, broke ground in 2016 and will surpass the 828-meter Burj Khalifa. London-based IJP Architects and structural engineers AKT II won a competition to deliver the bridge held by DCH developers Emaar, which is responsible for many of Dubai's most iconic landmarks including the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall.........Read more

Bengaluru is world's most traffic congested city: Report

Bengaluru is the most traffic congested city in the world, said a Dutch real-time traffic information and services company. "Bengaluru takes the top spot this year with drivers in the southern Indian city expecting to spend an average of 71 per cent extra travel time stuck in traffic," said TomTom Traffic Index on Wednesday. TomTom is a Dutch independent location technology specialist, offering maps and navigation software among others. Headquartered in Amsterdam, TomTom has offices in 30 countries.........Read more

Boeing 737 jet slides into Florida river with 136 on board, no fatalities

A Boeing 737 commercial jet with 136 people on board slid into the St. Johns River near Jacksonville, Florida after landing. There were no reports of fatalities but local WOKV-TV that at least two people suffered minor injuries and that the plane was attempting to land during a heavy thunderstorm.........Read more

PM Narendra Modi Biopic to Now Release on May 24

Producer Sandip Ssingh said, "As a responsible citizen, we respect the law of the country. After a lot of discussions and given the curiosity and excitement about the film, we have decided to release the film immediately after the Lok Sabha Election results.........Read more

Handscomb, Turner Guide Australia to Historic Win vs India, Visitors Level Series 2-2

Peter Handscomb, Usman Khawaja and Ashton Turner played sublime knocks and made a substantial contribution with the bat to chase down the 359-run mountain in Mohali to level the five-match series 2-2. This is Australia’s highest ever successful in ODI format and also highest successful run-chase against India by any team.........Read more

EC asks parties to desist from using photo of soldiers in Lok Sabha elections campaign

The EC referred to its December 2013 guidelines in which it had called upon all political parties to advise their candidates and leaders to stop displaying photographs of defence personnel.........Read more

India-US 'two-plus-two dialogue' to be held on September 6

The inaugural ‘two-plus-two dialogue’ between India and the US will be held on September 6 in New Delhi, the State Department announced on Friday. Last month, the US had postponed the much-awaited dialogue due to “unavoidable reasons”.........Read more

Ola revenue in 2016-17 jumped 70% to Rs1,286 crore

Ola did not immediately disclose its profit or loss figures, but in 2015-16, the cab-hailing start-up had generated losses of about Rs2,313 crore........Read more

Richard Branson wants to build hyperloop in India, ride may cost less than $150

Virgin Hyperloop One, the futuristic transportation company backed by the British tycoon, wants to build a network of high-speed pods that can carry people and cargo across India. It’s looking to price the ride at less than what airlines charge in a market where air travel is growing at the fastest pace in the world. But, fares will still be more expensive than first-class train coaches, said Harj Dhaliwal, Hyperloop One’s managing director for Middle East and India.........Read more

Instagram Launches Payment Feature Within App For Select Users

After Facebook and Whatsapp got payment features Instagram has also rolled out the payment feature for the social media photo sharing app. Instagram payments will be available to limited partners and users initially for making appointments and reservations. This comes as a great news for businesses and influencers as this might potentially give their audience a chance to purchase a product or service without ever leaving Instagram.........Read more

Toyota Etios Platinum Limited Edition Launched In India; Prices Start At Rs 7.84 Lakh

The newly launched Toyota Etios Platinum Limited Edition gets several premium features as opposed to the regular model. The Etios Platinum Limited Edition sports a new paint scheme, additional infotainment features and dual-tone seat upholstery.........Read more

What is circadian rhythm?

Circadian rhythm regulates the periods of tiredness and wakefulness during the 24-hour cycle. Derived from the Latin “circa diem” meaning “approximately a day,” the body clock is calibrated by the appearance and disappearance of natural light in a 24-hour period. The body responds primarily to light and darkness and is found in all living things — plants, animals (including microbes) and human beings. Studies using fruit flies have been key to finding the molecular gears of biological clocks and the cells that control circadian rhythms.........Read more

Leave administrator mentality, Rathore tells SAI officials - Times of India

Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore checked each and every room at the JLN stadium which also houses Sports Authority of India (SAI) headquarters. He even inspected the canteen to check cleanliness. Administrators will have to become more receptive to the athletes' needs -- this was Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore's message to officials during a surprise visit to check Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium's preparations for the upcoming Under-17 FIFA World Cup.........Read more

Facebook is exploring creating a mysterious 'modular' hardware device

A patent application published by the company on Thursday details a "modular electromechanical device" that can incorporate a speaker, microphone, touch display, GPS, and even function as a phone. Modular consumer hardware allows users to swap different components onto a device, much in the way lego pieces can be snapped together or separated.........Read more

Kolkata mall 'denies' entry to man wearing dhoti

The man was wearing a traditional Indian dress, a dhoti, and was "respectably dressed", according to her friend, Debleena Sen, who was with him when the incident happened at Kolkata's Quest Mall.........Read more

The Periyar is dying: How south Kerala's lifeline has become an industrial sewage drain

The water flows sluggishly by, in colours that drinking water was never meant to show off. The air is thick with the pungent smell of chemicals. As far as the eye can see on either side of the river, giant cement and steel behemoths hug the shore, theblockish smoke stacks of these factories belching smoke into the sky. The river betrays remains of past fish kills – dozens of small dead fish floating – waiting to be picked off by a convocation of Brahmini kites feasting on an easy, if toxic, meal.........Read more

A Tribute to the Brave IAF Officer Who Lost His Life Saving 169 People in Arunachal

Wing Commander Mandeep Singh Dhillon, who was the commanding officer of 115 Helicopter Unit, Tezpur, had been part of the team that had already finished five sorties of rescue operations despite adverse weather and extreme flying conditions before heading back for the sixth and the final sortie.........Read more

Tatkal Reservation, Cancellation Rules: Railways Issues Clarification

Indian Railways has issued a clarification saying there has been no changes in Tatkal and other ticket reservation rules from July 1, 2017. "It has been noticed that a news item is in circulation in various social media platforms, WhatsApp groups, and some websites which mentions that Indian Railways is introducing several changes and new facilities with effect from 1st July, 2017. This news is totally incorrect and baseless," the Railways said in a statement. "This has created a lot of confusion in the minds of the rail users."........Read more

Aadhaar hearing: Centre objects to argument that ‘India is becoming a concentration camp’

Attorney General K.K. Venugopal on Friday took strong objection to arguments made by petitioners that Aadhaar is driving India into becoming a “concentration camp” even as the Supreme Court said the constitutionality of Aadhaar has to be decided “once and for all” and probably by a nine-judge Bench.........Read more

GST: Consumer goods firms in a fix over MRP sticker rules

Packaged consumer goods makers such as Dabur India Ltd, Marico Ltd and Godrej Consumer Products Ltd are worried about the impact of new guidelines issued by the government on displaying the maximum retail price (MRP) of products under the new Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime.........Read more

Yashwant Sinha feels he was largely responsible for NDA's 2004 rout

Who was responsible for the 2004 rout of A B Vajpayee-led NDA government? Former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha "sometimes" believes he was largely responsible for NDA's electoral debacle, according to a new book. ........Read more

'I have no aspiration to be PM candidate in 2019', says Nitish Kumar

Categorically ruling out any desire to be the opposition's face for Prime Minister in 2019, Janata Dal (U) leader Nitish Kumar on Monday said it was the Congress party's job to set a coherent opposition agenda that is "non-reactive". "The opposition must have an agenda and it currently does not have one," he said.........Read more

India ranked 12 among wellness tourism nations

The bulk of wellness tourism is done by domestic tourists, driven by short-haul and weekend trips. This market is dominated by large countries, such as the United States, Germany, China, Japan, India, and France, which have large internal and domestic tourism markets in general. Domestic wellness tourism represented 83 per cent of all wellness trips and 67 per cent of expenditures in 2015.........Read more

Kerala's golden goose: Inside the gigantic lottery business worth over Rs 7,000 crore

Despite the massive jackpot prizes paid out, especially in the bumper lotteries, the lottery business is one of Kerala’s biggest cash cows, drawing thousands of crores to the state exchequer each year. In 2015-16, the Kerala government earned Rs 7,300 crore by selling lottery tickets, of which the profit to the exchequer was Rs 2,200 crore. And this is after a major shortfall from the original target of Rs 10,000 crore.........Read more

Pakistan Army’s actions are similar to that of ISIS, Taliban, says Baloch leader

Exiled Baloch leader Munir Mengal has called for India to take revenge against Pakistan for the mutilation of two Indian soldiers in Krishna Ghati, Jammu and Kashmir. He said that similar atrocities were being practiced by Pakistan in Balochistan.........Read more

Pakistan will support 'political struggle' of Kashmiris: COAS General Bajwa

Pakistan COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa Sunday visited the Line of Control and said his country would continue to support the “political struggle” of the Kashmiris for the right of “self-determination”.........Read more

60% people still face frequent call drops: DoT

Nearly 60 percent people are still facing frequent call drops, with most of them experiencing problem indoors, found a survey by the Department of Telecom (DoT). Out of 3.56 lakh subscribers surveyed across telecom service providers, 2.15 lakh (about 60 percent) complained about frequent call drops.........Read more

"It's not Modi wave, it's EVM wave," says AAP as BJP surges ahead

The BJP on Wednesday took an early lead in Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) polls, heading ahead in 180 wards while rivals Congress and AAP were left far behind leading in 38 and 39 wards respectively, initial trends indicated.........Read more

Naxal commander Situ behind the deadly Sukma attack that killed 25 CRPF jawans

Just a day after 25 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed in what is said to be one of the most dreadful attacks in the recent years in Chhattisgarh, sources suggested that Naxal commander Situ alias Sonu is believed to be the mind behind the deadly attack.........Read more

IndusInd Bank to acquire 100% stake in IL&FS Securities

IndusInd Bank on Tuesday said it has entered into an agreement with Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) to acquire 100% stake of the latter’s securities services subsidiary. ISSL, incorporated in 2007, is a capital market intermediary for professional clearing, depository and custodial services and caters to both retail and institutional clients including over 1,000 brokers, FPIs and FIIs.........Read more

Govt of India Launches 'M-Kavach', A Security Solution For Android Devices

The Government of India has launched a new desktop and mobile security solution named "Cyber Swachhta Kendra", through its Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-in). The launch aims at a creating a secure cyber space for the citizens of the country. Along with this, Government also launched M-Kavach, a smartphone security solution for Android devices.........Read more

Don't make the taxman visit by ignoring the I-T dept's email

Income Tax officials could soon be at your doorstep if you have deposited a huge amount during the note-swapping exercise last year, and have not yet explained the source of the cash. "We have tried to keep the exercise non-intrusive. But if people have not come forward, then some kind of verification is needed especially in cases that involve deposits of large sums," a senior income-tax department official told.........Read more

India’s New K-4 Nuclear Missile will allow Second Strike vs China and Pakistan

India will soon conduct a second test of its new K-4 nuclear capable intermediate-range, submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) as it seeks to develop a nuclear second strike capability against both China and Pakistan. India plans to build five Arihant-class subs. Each of these SSBNs can carry four K-4 SLBMs or 15 K-15 Sagarika nuclear SLBMs with a range of 750 km.........Read more

ED officer in dock after being spotted at hotel with arrested Rose Valley CEO's wife

Manoj Kumar, an assistant director of the Enforcement Directorate, was allegedly spotted with Subhra Kundu at the Kolkata airport and later checking into a Delhi hotel, according to CCTV footage accessed by Kolkata Police........Read more

Nokia P1 concept render shows off stunning design, camera shutter key

As per the render, the Nokia P1 is seen sporting a premium all-metal design with minimum side bezels. The Nokia logo is seen resting on both the front as well as on the back. On the back, the phone is seen carrying a camera module assisted with what appears to be a triple LED flash. On the front, it is seen carrying a recessed home button that should double as a fingerprint scanner. On the right, the P1 is seen carrying the power button and the volume rocker. Interestingly, there also seems to be a physical camera shutter button on-board the device. On the left side, the phone is seen carrying a slot for SIM and microSD card.........Read more

Rose Valley scam: Assets worth Rs 1,250 crore including 8 hotels, 1 Rolls Royce seized

The ED on Thursday attached assets to the tune of Rs 1,250 crore, including eight hotels and a Rolls Royce luxury car, in connection with its money laundering probe in the Rose Valley chit fund scam case where thousands of people were allegedly cheated in West Bengal and Odisha.........Read more

12 minors escape from juvenile home in Hyderabad

As many as 12 minors escaped from a juvenile home at Nagole here on Wednesday night after allegedly attacking the watchman and stealing the keys from him, police said on Thursday. The incident occurred at around midnight on Wednesday, when the inmates, aged between 15 and 17, managed to break the main door lock of the juvenile home located at Khushinagar in Bandlaguda of Nagole. ........Read more

National Conference Calls upon Political Class to Rise Above Politics, Prioritise Communal Harmony

During second leg of his three day tour of the Chenab Valley he reminded the party cadre of the great role played by National Conference in cementing relations between various religions and regions.........Read more

Infosys halts payments to former CFO Rajiv Bansal

The move raises questions about the independence of the board of Infosys, the country’s second-largest software services firm........Read more

Trailer trauma: Neither the Bachchans nor Katrina Kaif is interested in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Trailer trauma: Neither the Bachchans nor Katrina Kaif is interested in 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' - The amount of oomph and seduction between Ranbir and Aishwarya has raised a lot of eyebrows...........Read more

How Bhutan became the world’s greenest country

Carbon sinks, 70% forest cover, powered almost entirely by mountain streams—Bhutan is a poster child for green living. It is the only country in the world that is carbon negative, which means it produces more oxygen than it consumes. Bhutan generates about 2.2 million tonnes of carbon annually, yet its forests absorb three times this amount, which creates a carbon sink.........Read more

Vodafone responds to Reliance Jio with $7 billion push

The funds will help Vodafone India to continue its investments in spectrum and expansion of networks to improve customer satisfaction........Read more

Snapdeal warehouses to generate solar energy now

Snapdeal plans to utilise solar energy as an integral part of its daily operations. The initiative will kick off at Snapdeal warehouses which are operated by Vulcan Express.........Read more

Do you know why some Ganpati idols have their trunk on the right, some left and some straight?

Do you know why some Ganpati idols have their trunk on the right, some left and some straight? - The trunk of Lord Ganesha is symbolic of a lot many things and the side it is curved to is symbolic of what the idol of Lord Ganesha signifies and the way it is to be worshipped.........Read more

Bombay HC verdict on women at Haji Ali Dargah reignites Sabarimala debate

The Bombay high court decision opening the sanctum of Mumbai’s Haji Ali Dargah to women has brought the focus back on the famous Kerala Sabarimala temple that bars entry to women.........Read more

TCS settles Orange County lawsuit for $26 million

The litigation was over replacement to the Countys automated property tax system that initially was to have been completed in 2010 but was not delivered.........Read more

Marvel Studios Ironman Will Have a Female Successor, Ironheart

Ironheart will be the alter ego for Riri Williams, a teenager studying at MIT and builds her own Iron Man armour.........Read more

Leaked PlayStation 4 slim images emerge online

Not long after Microsoft’s Xbox One S hit stores, Sony will be releasing its own slimmed down version of its gaming console. Pictures of the updated PlayStation 4 console have appeared in an online...........Read more

Decision on Modi’s Pak visit for SAARC summit to be taken at right time: Govt

The 19th SAARC summit is scheduled to be held in Islamabad in November.........Read more

British museums shine thanks to all the loot from India

In Britain, a museum visitor from India is suddenly made aware of how his or her past has brutally been ripped away and appended to British history, now on display for tourists from around the world to gloat over.........Read more

Defence Minister To Have More Say In Key Military Appointments

In a break from the past, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar is taking greater interest in appointments of Principal Staff Officers (PSO) to Chiefs, Vice Chiefs and Army Commanders and their equivalent in the Navy and Air Force. Senior-most officers of the three forces are appointed as PSO and they advise the chief on critical issues. Earlier, the Ministry of Defence went by the recommendations of the Chiefs and the service headquarters. Now, sources tell NDTV, Mr Parrikar has told the services that while he would take into account the recommendations of chiefs for the appointments, the final call would be of the ministry. And, some recommendations for appointments as PSO have been sent back with queries. It is understood that while the recommendation of the Chief of Army Staff in the appointment of the vice-chief has been accepted by Mr Parrikar, he has hasn’t accepted the recommendation of the Army Headquarters in certain cases. Senior Ministry of Defence officials said Mr Parrikar has asked the forces to inform the ministry about all officers who are ligible for promotions instead of just the first three or four officers, as was the custom earlier. The change in the process comes after several retired officers have suggested to the Defence Minister that recommendations of the service headquarters should not be final. Besides, there have been allegations that some appointments were influenced by regimental preferences. Former Defence Ministers AK Antony and Pranab Mukerjee also questioned appointments but that was never a policy, more an intervention. In a related development, the Ministry of Defence has appointed Lieutenant General Bipin Rawat, currently commanding the Pune based Southwestern Command as the new Vice-Chief of the Indian Army. The current Vice-Chief MMS Rai retires this month. The delay in naming the new Vice-Chief was attributed to the consultations between the defence ministry and Army Headquarters. Sources said the defence ministry has also cleared the appointment of Lieutenant General Surinder Singh as the Western Army Commander. He is from the Mechanized infantry and now heads the Sukhna-based 33 Corps. The outgoing Western Army Commander Lieutenant General KJ Singh retired on July 31. Lieutenant General SK Patyal has been appointed as the Director General of Military Intelligence. The previous DGMI Lieutenant Genral KG Krishna retired on July 31. General SK Patyal was commanding the Leh-based 14 Corps Command.........Read more

Tweak in rules now permits export of small arms from India with due permission

Top small arms manufacturers from across the globe are looking to set up shop in India with a critical tweak in rules by the government that has enabled the private sector to set up manufacturing units and even cater to export orders after due permissions. The revised Arms Rules 2016, which have been notified by the government last month, have brought clarity to the sector, giving clear rules on how private players can set up shop, bring in foreign investment and sell small arms. Till now, only state owned public sector units were manufacturing arms for the Indian forces. With a massive requirement stretching across the three armed forces, paramilitary forces and state police, a large quantity of small arms like rifles, carbines and side arms were being imported annually. "These revised rules will disperse the clouds of ambiguity that had engulfed the Small Arms and ammunition manufacturing sector thereby enabling the private sector to not only help meet domestic demand but enter the regional export market in a significant manner," says Ankur Gupta, Vice President at EY India. In a recent tweak in FDI rules, the government for the first time brought in small arms under the defence ambit. This has opened the way for an automatic route for FDI investments up to 49 per cent in the sector. Industry insiders say that several top manufacturers, like Colt, Heckler and Kotch and IWI are in advanced talks with Indian players to set up facilities after the recent tweak. As per the notified rules, Indian companies will be granted a seven year license after due vetting and will be allowed to set up units in special economic zones. No facility will be allowed to come up near border areas. The arms manufactured will also be "allowed for export subject to the approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs in consultation with the Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Commerce, on a case to case basis". While industry experts have welcomed the move, they have cautioned that some processes will need to be smoothened out to encourage manufacturing. "On the flip side, the licensing process is under the MHA and approvals are required even for importing machinery. This will take time to evolve and companies could face delays in the short term," Gupta said.........Read more

Lodha Committee gives BCCI time till October 15 to implement reforms

The Justice RM Lodha panel has given BCCI time till October 15 to implement the constitutional reforms recommended in its report. BCCI has been directed to submit a first compliance report to Lodha Committee on implementations by August 25.........Read more

Classy Chase ton leads West Indies to improbable draw

Roston Chase became the first West Indian in 50 years to combine a five-for with a century in Test cricket to help secure an improbable draw for his team........Read more

Two Buses, Over 22 People Missing as Bridge Collapses on Mumbai-Goa Highway

The collapse is likely to have been caused by the overflowing of Savitri river in Mahabaleshwar. No casualties have been confirmed so far but an eyewitness has claimed that two cars were washed away.........Read more

Nextbit Launches Limited-Edition Ember Robin at Rs 19,999

Nextbit has introduced a limited-edition 'Ember' Robin smartphone in India. The Ember Robin has been priced at Rs 19,999 and will start selling in the coming week. The Ember Robin has a neutral, deep-black back with bright red end caps.........Read more

Salman's lawyers reach 200 crore club, confident of earning more as govt could challenge acquittal

Its not just Salman's films, lawyers fighting his numerous court cases are also reaching the 200Cr club. His recent acquittal in the black buck case has made his lawyer richer by a few 100 crores, beating the lawyer who fought the bollywood actors previous case by a few crores.........Read more

Flipkart pips Snapdeal and Future Group, acquires Jabong

Jabong has been in the market for a sell-off and had held talks with a host of companies including Future Group, Snapdeal, Aditya Birla -owned Abof among others.........Read more

Karnataka’s Cops Are Dying, but CM Siddaramiah Doesn’t Care

The 27 minute video message, which is now being considered his ‘suicide note’ ended by blaming a few top cops and a key cabinet minister in Karnataka for “anything extreme” that may happen to him in future.........Read more

Watch: 'Sanskaari' Indian girls and boys reveal their favourite body parts

Watch: 'Sanskaari' Indian girls and boys reveal their favourite body parts - And rest assured, you will be amazed!........Read more

Indian Railways to install solar panels in all railway buildings

Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has said that in the near future, solar panels would be installed in all railway buildings across the nation. The Minister made this announcement on Sunday when he laid the foundation stone of one Megawatt solar power plant at the Amritsar Railway Station.........Read more

JLR sold a record number of cars in 2015-16: Cyrus Mistry

Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Plc, the UK unit of Tata Motors Ltd, produced and sold more cars in the year ended 31 March than at any time in its history, chairman Cyrus P. Mistry said in a letter to shareholders in its annual report.........Read more

Bharatanatyam as an Object of Majoritarian Cultural Nationalism

The dance is one among a few cultural objects today – like Ganesh Utsav, the thickening sindoor that women display, freshly minted greetings like ‘Jai Shri Krishna’, bhajan sandhyas – being deployed.........Read more

Strategic divestment in PSUs within 6 months: Arvind Panagariya

Panagariya said NITI Aayog has also done a report on identifying the units that are sick and may need to be closed down........Read more

Defending champion Novak Djokovic knocked out by Sam Querrey at Wimbledon

Novak Djokovics 30-match Grand Slam winning streak is over after a stunning 7-6 (6), 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 (5) loss to 41st-ranked Sam Querrey in Wimbledons third round.........Read more

Is this another Lehman moment? Maybe, but India will come off better

Is Brexit likely to bring about gut-wrenching change and turmoil for world economies and markets like the collapse of Lehman Brothers did in 2008?........Read more

Accommodation for 5,000? When Bahrain geared up to receive an Indian expeditionary force

On October 18, 1914, a British officer named Lieutenant Fitzpatrick arrived at Bahrain bearing a letter marked "very secret" for the Bahrain Political Agent, Captain Terence Keyes. The letter was from Keyes’ superior, Political Resident Lieutenant-Co........Read more

Hyundai i30 N hot hatchback to be unveiled next year

Based on the next-gen i30 the Hyundai i30 N will get a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine that has been specifically tuned for improved performance.........Read more

Cabinet nod for India Post payments bank

Govt will set up 650 branches of the postal payments bank by September 2017, says Ravi Shankar Prasad. The government on Wednesday cleared a proposal to set up the India Post payments bank with a corpus of Rs.800 crore and has plans........Read more

Life Lessons From Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella for Budding Entrepreneurs

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was in New Delhi on Monday to deliver the keynote address at the company's........Read more

Telangana CM nominates Captain and D Srinivas for Rajya Sabha

KCR also announced the candidature of former Congress minister Md. Fareeduddin.........Read more

Apple is trying to be friends with Indian entrepreneurs

Apple hosted around 40 Indian entrepreneurs at its headquarters in California.........Read more