All stories by Anoushka Sawhney
8,134 Have Lost Jobs Till MayRediff.com2 days ago
Among India's tech companies, education-associated start-ups are the worst affected, recording the maximum number of layoffs.
Why Indian Aviation Faces TurbulenceRediff.com6 days ago
The inactivity of Go First may help other airlines in India's competitive market as it had a 7.8 per cent market share.
17th Lok Sabha likely to be shortest since 1952Rediff.com18 Apr 2023
'With one more year remaining in the term, and 58 average sitting days a year, the 17th Lok Sabha is unlikely to sit for more than 331 days.' 'This could make it the shortest full-term Lok Sabha since 1952.'
Bank Deposits: Strong Safety Net NeededRediff.com13 Apr 2023
If a bank shuts down, every account holder it has will get back their money for a maximum limit of Rs 5 lakh. It was Rs 1 lakh before.
Sports Sexual Harassment Complaints May Be HigherRediff.com28 Jan 2023
A parliamentary committee report on empowerment of women from February 2019 noted that the number of cases 'could be higher as many times cases against coaches also might have gone unreported/not complained against.'
Why the dream run for PSBs may not continueRediff.com26 Dec 2022
The second quarter results of banks show that net profits for the industry increased 57 per cent annually. The private sector banks recorded a 64 per cent rise in profits, whereas the net profits of public sector banks jumped 50 per cent in this period. A significant portion of this increase can be attributed to the rise in credit costs and a decline in non-performing assets (NPAs).
Type 1 Diabetes On Rise In IndiaRediff.com3 Oct 2022
India on average lost 44.85 years of a lifetime due to Type 1 diabetes in 2021.
Cybercrime against women up 28% since 2019, Karnataka's share highestRediff.com31 Aug 2022
The number of cybercrime incidents in 2021 has gone up by 18.4 per cent since 2019, but the number of such cases against women has risen at a significantly steeper 28 per cent, data released by the National Crime Records Bureau showed. Of the 52,974 incidents reported in 2021, 10,730 - 20.2 per cent - were reported as cases of crime against women, the data revealed. Cybercrimes against women primarily include instances of cyber blackmail, threatening, cyber pornography, posting/ publishing of obscene sexual materials, cyber stalking, bullying, defamation, morphing, and creation of fake profiles.