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Happy and proud: Nobel Economics prize winner's mother

Nirmala Banerjee, the mother of Nobel Prize winner Abhijit Banerjee on Monday said it was a proud moment for her and she is very happy for his achievements. IMAGE: Nirmala Banerjee said she was......

Can the water crisis hurt India's growth?

Water shortage is likely to lead to political tensions and instability in the future, warns Simon George, President, Cargill India. IMAGE: Local residents fill their empty containers with water......

READ: Kailash Satyarthi's full speech at RSS headquarters

'A nation becomes great only when its society chases a big dream and becomes resolute towards its pledge by making the most of its inherent power, energy and capabilities for achieving its goal'......

The brightest Indian-American stars in the US

Indian Americans are not just shining in the fields of technology, education and management. You can now spot them everywhere -- in politics, in research, in the movies, even on YouTube, says......

How to save democracy from Facebook

All the fixes require either the enactment of a data-protection law, or the amendment of our existing competition law. This can take many years. However, there is an opportunity for the government......

The 5 biggest threats to global economy

While the US-Iran conflict leading to a spike in global oil prices and trade war between the US and the EU topped the chart with 25 per cent, other major risks to the global economy include......

EIU sees India's Q4 GDP growth lag at 5.5%

The economic performance across G7 nations and leading emerging markets is expected to be muted in Q4 of 2019 owing to global trade tensions and sharp deceleration in real GDP growth in the US,......

Is India's economy crashing?

Or do we need to retool our country, asks Ajit Balakrishnan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Open any newspaper or news Web site and the bad news is unrelenting. It looks like a whole slew......

At 9.2%, India leads in salary growth for 2020 but there's a catch

Employees in India are expected to see a 9.2 per cent salary growth in 2020, the highest in Asia, but inflation may play a spoiler as real-wage salaries in the country is anticipated to be just 5......

Road building in India is cheapest among Asian nations

The results are likely to please the Indian government, which has been trying to impress on domestic and foreign investors about its efforts to improve the ease of doing business. It costs less to......

Nigerian teen in pink aims to 'take the golf world by storm'

'She still has some room for growth and I think as I said by the age of 15 she will be ripe, you know, to take the golf world by storm.' IMAGE: Iyeneobong Essien,13-year-old golf prodigy points at......
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India will emerge as the fastest growing economy among the G20 countries even as Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has slashed India's GDP growth... ...

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