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The world turns pink with cherry blossoms!

After the bleakness of winter, seeing the first flowers popping their heads out of the ground is always a delight. But there is nothing quite like seeing the bare branches of trees burst into......

TEXT: President Patil's last address to Parliament

President Pratibha Patil on Monday addressed Parliament for the last time as President when she flagged off the Budget session. Here's the text of her speechHonourable Members I welcome you to this......

India-US tech treaty: A fool's bargain

Clever technocrats have ingenious ways of dressing up bad projects. One way is to declare that the problem project was only a 'pilot,' 'prototype', or the 'first phase' of a larger scheme, of which......

Nifty ends at fresh 52-week closing high on GST hopes

Benchmark share indices shrugged off weak global cues to end higher followig the expiry of July F&O derivative contracts after the recent developments in the parliament rekindled hopes of the GST......

Markets end lower after Shanghai Composite cracks over 6%

Benchmark share indices erased early gains to end lower, amid a volatile trading session, as investors booked profits after a sharp sell-off in Chinese shares. Further, forecast of a weak monsoon......

Wedding bells wane: Gold jewellery demand may slip 25%

Weak monsoon forecast is also likely to affect rural demand and hamper overall sales. Gold jewellery demand had touched record demand last year; this year, however, the industry is staring at a......

Markets end flat amid volatility; bluechips put up a good show

Analysts say that the markets may remain under pressure till the Sensex doesn’t move back move 27,000-27,150 levels. Markets ended marginally lower amid volatility extending the fall for......

'Below-normal rains may not lead to a spike in inflation'

"Even last year our monsoons were below normal, then winter rains were below normal, then in March we suddenly had non-seasonal rains... Yet the food prices (inflation) are only falling. This is......

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Coming to India and making

Success in manufacturing is not just about being cheap - cheap labour, cheap land, cheap power...
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