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Ladies, Build Your Business Skills! Build Your Technical Skills!Rediff.com1 days ago
Never let self-doubt get in your way and the fear of rejection stop you from growing.
China sees red over new US-led Indo-Pacific grouping, calls it 'economic Nato'Rediff.com2 days ago
As US President Joe Biden launched a new trade deal with 12 Indo-Pacific nations, including India, to enhance trade, economic and investment opportunities, China, which sees the pact as a threat to its dominance in the region, went on the offensive against it, promising more opening up, while the official media here termed it as "economic Nato".
How To MANAGE INCREASING EMIsRediff.com2 days ago
Gaurav Mohta lists three ways to ensure a smooth financial situation for your family despite rising interest rates.
Verstappen takes F1 lead with win in Spain, agony for LeclercRediff.com4 days ago
Max Verstappen won the Spanish Grand Prix in a Red Bull one-two on Sunday
The growing tussle between the govt and CAGRediff.com4 days ago
In a first, the Comptroller and Auditor General's (CAG) officers reached out to several ministries in the last week of April as part of a confidence-boosting measure. The meeting brought the CAG officials and those from the ministries across the table to discuss the pain points in their relations. CAG of India Girish Chandra Murmu took this novel step because of growing tensions between those audited and the auditor.
Vedantu lays off 424 employees as it expects a scarcity of capitalRediff.com6 days ago
Edtech unicorn Vedantu has laid off 424 employees, about 7 per cent of its workforce, according to a blog post shared by the Bengaluru-based firm. This comes as the focus in the edtech space has shifted to profitability, according to experts. The lay-off comes days after the company fired 200 contractual and full-time employees, at a time when offline schools and colleges are opening up and learning is evolving into a more nuanced blended delivery model with a mix of online and offline.
JP Morgan downgrades Indian IT sector to 'underweight'Rediff.com6 days ago
JP Morgan has downgraded the Indian information technology sector to 'underweight' as it believes the heydays of the sector are over. Rising margin headwinds in the near-term and the revenue headwinds in the medium-term from a potential macro slowdown, Ankur Rudra and Bhavik Mehta of JP Morgan said in the report, will mean that the sector's earnings upgrade cycle is behind. "We see peak revenue growth behind us and earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) margins trending down from inflation, mean revision.
On day of Modi visit, Chinese-built Lumbini international airport thrown openRediff.com16 May 2022
Nepal's Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Monday inaugurated the country's second international airport built by China that will help connect Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha and a major tourist and pilgrimage destination, to Buddhist circuits in South Asia as well as to the rest of the world.
Army says China building infrastructure near Arunachal borderRediff.com16 May 2022
General Officer Commanding-in Chief of the Eastern command, Lieutenant General R P Kalita, however, said the Indian side is also continuously upgrading its infrastructure and capabilities to deal with any situation which may arise along the border.
'Investors should allocate more towards large-caps and defensives in the current risk-off scenario'Rediff.com13 May 2022
'For the next two years, we expect the bulk of earnings growth contribution from sectors like financials and energy, where the outlook remains positive, while the sectors which are linked to domestic consumption and are currently witnessing strains on margins have low salience for Nifty earnings.'
Tata Motors launches Nexon EV MAX at Rs 17.74 lakhRediff.com11 May 2022
Tata Motors on Wednesday expanded its electric vehicle range in the country with the launch of Nexon EV MAX, priced between Rs 17.74-19.24 lakh (ex-showroom). Equipped with a 40.5 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the Nexon EV Max offers 33 per cent higher battery capacity than the Nexon EV, delivering ARAI certified range of 437 km (under standard testing conditions), ensuring uninterrupted inter-city travel. ARAI refers to Automotive Research Association of India. The model produces 105 kW (143 PS) of power and delivers a torque of 250 Nm, resulting in 0 to 100 sprint times in under 9 seconds.
EPL PIX: Man City go three points clear, Everton out of bottom threeRediff.com9 May 2022
IMAGES from the English Premier League matches played on Sunday.
Ukraine crisis: IAF plan to upgrade Su-30 aircraft fleet in limboRediff.com8 May 2022
The plan was to equip the Su-30 aircraft with more powerful radars and the latest electronic warfare capabilities to make it more powerful as per the latest standards, the sources said.
Stalin Prepares For Battle Of 2024Rediff.com6 May 2022
The going is not going to be easy for the DMK and its allies in Elections 2024. Despite the seats sweepstake in the 2021 assembly polls, the vote-share difference of 5.6% (DMK's 45.38% versus AIADMK-BJP's 39.72%) is not insurmountable on a bad day, points out N Sathiya Moorthy.
After one year in power, 'Dravidian model' is a legacy issue for StalinRediff.com6 May 2022
The question is if the BJP's increasing dependence on Hindutva politics, coupled with the DMK's Dravidian model, would decide the LS polls for the DMK and allies, as it did in 2019. Or, will the state BJP-AIADMK's repeated reference to allegations of corruption and published incidence of crimes, also involving DMK party men, be the clincher, wonders N Sathiya Moorthy.
Time For Modi To Redesign The IASRediff.com6 May 2022
Narendra Modi's real legacy will be if he can redesign the IAS and the concept of an all-India service, argues T C A Srinivasa Raghavan.
Kejriwal launches opt-in power subsidy scheme for Delhiites from Oct 1Rediff.com6 May 2022
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said citizens suggested to him that the power subsidy provided to financially stable families could be used on upgrading schools and hospitals in the city.
Money pulled from China finds way to Asean countries, not IndiaRediff.com4 May 2022
The outbreak of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus and unprecedented lockdowns in China have roiled its equity market and also that of Hong Kong. After the crisis-hit Sri Lanka, China and Hong Kong are the worst-performing stock markets in Asia on a year-to-date basis.
Pradip Tripathi moves to Cabinet Secretariat as govt effects major bureaucratic rejigRediff.com2 May 2022
Senior bureaucrat Pradip Kumar Tripathi has been appointed as secretary (coordination) in the Cabinet Secretariat as part of a major bureaucratic reshuffle effected by the Centre on Monday.
IT companies may not follow HCL Tech on freshers' salaryRediff.com2 May 2022
It has taken a pandemic to move the needle on the salary packages for greenhorn engineers hired by the Indian IT services sector. The country's third-largest IT services player, HCL Technologies, has decided to boost the entry-level packages from Rs 3-3.6 lakh to Rs 4.25 lakh for FY23, in a bid to attract fresh talent and keep them for longer to counter the impact of rising attrition. This new package would also be applicable to those freshers who joined the firm in FY22.
AC local train fare in Mumbai to be slashed by 50%: MinisterRediff.com30 Apr 2022
A notification issued by the railway board in the evening said new fares would come into effect from May 5.
Need to stay alert to Covid threat, vaccination only shield, Modi tells CMsRediff.com27 Apr 2022
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the challenge of the Covid pandemic is not fully over yet, with the increase in coronavirus cases in the last two weeks manifesting the need to stay alert, and underlined that vaccination remains the biggest protective shield against the virus.
PM inaugurates India's first 'carbon neutral panchayat' in JammuRediff.com24 Apr 2022
The prime minister said that Palli has shown the way to the country for achieving carbon neutral state.
Modi arrives in Jammu hamlet amid tight securityRediff.com24 Apr 2022
Amid multi-tier security, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday will dedicate India's first 'carbon neutral panchayat' to the nation apart from inaugurating and laying foundation stone of development projects worth over Rs 20,000 crore to give fillip to speedy development of Jammu and Kashmir.
'Russia's 19th century tactics in 21st century war'Rediff.com23 Apr 2022
'The wise men learn lessons in war.' 'The smart men learn lessons from others, it's only the foolish who learn the wrong lesson.'
Mystery Behind The Sinking Of The MoskvaRediff.com22 Apr 2022
The symbolism of the sinking of a major naval ship is deeply complex and military history is replete with tales of how the loss of a single high value war ship perhaps impacted the larger war that the nation in question was engaged in, points out Commodore Venugopal Menon (retd).
Don't issue/upgrade cards without customers' consent: RBIRediff.com21 Apr 2022
The Reserve Bank on Thursday asked card companies not to issue unsolicited credit cards or upgrade an existing card without the explicit consent of the customer, failing which they will have to pay double the billed amount as penalty. It also asked card issuers and third-party agents not to resort to intimidation or harassment during recovery of dues from customers. In its master directions on credit card and debit card issuance, the RBI said "the issue of unsolicited cards/upgradation is strictly prohibited".
Maruti launches new version of XL6 at Rs 14.55 lakhRediff.com21 Apr 2022
The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India on Thursday launched a new version of its multi-purpose vehicle XL6 as it gears up to bring a slew of new products this fiscal and take the challenges of prevailing uncertainties head-on. The new XL6 is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine with a peak power of 75.8 kW. It is available in manual and automatic transmission options, priced between Rs 11.29 lakh and Rs 14.55 lakh (ex-showroom). Speaking at the launch, newly appointed Maruti Suzuki India managing director and CEO Hisashi Takeuchi said, "With the uncertainties prevailing today, the business realities are continuously evolving.
BrahMos Shows Its Missile MuscleRediff.com20 Apr 2022
Glimpses of the BrahMos missile being fired from the INS Delhi.
Ukraine: India Refuses To Toe US LineRediff.com16 Apr 2022
The Americans have expended a lot of diplomatic energy to coax India into toeing their line but India has refused to buckle under pressure. As Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said, India has not taken anyone's side but its own side, points out Virendra Kapoor.
Tatas bring in talent from group companies to revive Air IndiaRediff.com16 Apr 2022
Due to the group's presence across multiple businesses, it is in a unique position in the aviation industry to bring the best of talents.
Britain's men's Olympic 4x100 team told to return Tokyo silverRediff.com15 Apr 2022
Britain's men's 4x100m relay team have been told to hand back their Tokyo 2020 silver medals after Chijindu Ujah's doping violation, the British Olympic Association (BOA) said on Thursday.
Incredibly Glamorous JonitaRediff.com13 Apr 2022
Bright blouses, denim corsets, cutout dresses are all part of her vibrant wardrobe.
7 Ways To RECOVER From A BREAKUPRediff.com12 Apr 2022
Block your Ex from social media. Disconnect completely and fully if you want to truly move on for a fresh start. Remember, healing cannot happen from the same place the hurt came from.
Weight of FMCG cos in Nifty50 lowest in a decadeRediff.com11 Apr 2022
Consumer stocks remain the biggest laggard on the bourses. The Nify50 weighting of FMCG stocks declined to a decade low of 9.9 per cent at the end of March this year, down 150 basis points from 11.4 per cent a year ago. At their peak in March 2013, major FMCG stocks, such as Hindustan Unilever, ITC, and Asian Paints, together accounted for 15 per cent of the Nifty50. But now together with automobile stocks, the consumer goods sector accounts for only 14.7 per cent of the index, down 200 basis points in the past 12 months and 37 per cent from the record high weighting of 23.4 per cent at the end of March 2014.
Leclerc scores thumping win in Australia for FerrariRediff.com10 Apr 2022
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc claimed his second win of the Formula One season with a thumping, pole-to-flag victory at the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday as Red Bull's world champion Max Verstappen suffered "deja vu" with another retirement.
India successfully test-fires Pinaka missile systemsRediff.com9 Apr 2022
The ministry said the rocket system has been upgraded with advanced technologies enhancing the range to meet the emerging requirements.
Leclerc puts Ferrari on pole in Australian Grand PrixRediff.com9 Apr 2022
Charles Leclerc took pole position for Ferrari in crash-laden qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix on Saturday, pipping Red Bull's World champion Max Verstappen on the upgraded Albert Park circuit.
Dasvi ReviewRediff.com7 Apr 2022
Abhishek packs a punch and Nimrat is deliciously wicked but Dasvi falls short of being the razor-sharp satire it deeply aspires to be, feels Sukanya Verma.
Lok Sabha okays Bill to ban financing of weapons of mass destructionRediff.com7 Apr 2022
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said the passage of the amendment will strengthen India's national security and its global position.