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Sino-US trade dispute: India should seize opportunities to increase exports in tariff-affected markets
Business

Sino-US trade dispute: India should seize opportunities to increase exports in tariff-affected markets

The tariff war is set to create distortions in both regional and global value chains, and its adverse impact is likely to spread to other developing countries, worsening their existing balance of payment challenges.

Govt should not rescue cash-strapped Jet Airways, it's not in State's interest to run airlines
Business

Govt should not rescue cash-strapped Jet Airways, it's not in State's interest to run airlines

The operational creditors of Jet Airways, everyone from its service providers to its workers, can still take the airline to the bankruptcy court.

Jet Airways crisis: Airline's grounded fleet risks losing landing slots, airworthiness if a solution doesn't come about soon
Business

Jet Airways crisis: Airline's grounded fleet risks losing landing slots, airworthiness if a solution doesn't come about soon

The question of parking fees for 120 aircraft cannot also be wished away but most vitally, Jet Airways could lose its landing slots at international airports.

Economists' warning signal: To regain India's data credibility, govt should withdraw faulty GDP back series, release NSSO job numbers
Business

Economists' warning signal: To regain India's data credibility, govt should withdraw faulty GDP back series, release NSSO job numbers

The Mundle series showed that the GDP growth had actually touched the double-digit mark, India has been desperately hoping for, in 2006-07.

UPSC prelims 2018: Most students find first paper of the civil services exam tougher then previous years
India

UPSC prelims 2018: Most students find first paper of the civil services exam tougher then previous years

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Sunday conducted the civil services preliminary examination across the country for around about 782 vacancies.

North Korea's missile test: No fire or fury, but a muted Donald Trump response to Kim Jong-Un's latest stunt
World

North Korea's missile test: No fire or fury, but a muted Donald Trump response to Kim Jong-Un's latest stunt

So much for North Korea's restraint. So much for President Donald Trump's threats of "fire and fury."

Indo-Japan nuclear deal: Modi, Abe set the ball rolling for a defining relationship in 21st century
India

Indo-Japan nuclear deal: Modi, Abe set the ball rolling for a defining relationship in 21st century

The Indo-Japanese agreement on civilian nuclear cooperation may not radically alter India’s energy scene or even amount to much for various reasons but it is nonetheless a vital part of a larger and more important relationship that could define the 21st century.

Maratha morcha, caste tensions cause of worry for parties ahead of Maharashtra civic polls
Politics

Maratha morcha, caste tensions cause of worry for parties ahead of Maharashtra civic polls

In the backdrop of caste polarisation triggered by campaigns, including influential Maratha morchas in pursuance of their various demands, the ensuing elections to municipal councils and nagar panchayats across Maharashtra will be a major test for the two-year-old Devendra Fadnavis government.

BJP's unwritten age limit rule reduces its number of older MPs in Lok Sabha
Politics

BJP's unwritten age limit rule reduces its number of older MPs in Lok Sabha

The number of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members of parliament (MPs) in the current Lok Sabha above the age of 70 declined to 8.8 percent from 14.2 percent in the 15th Lok Sabha and MPs aged 25 to 40 increased from 5.8 percent to 7.8 percent, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of data released by PRS Legislative Research.

Climate change and cities: Green buildings shouldn't be treated as an option anymore
India

Climate change and cities: Green buildings shouldn't be treated as an option anymore

If we need our cities to be sustainable, sustainability would require mainstreaming at every level. It requires stringent and systematic inclusive planning. Green approaches for making cities environment-friendly should not be treated as an option anymore.

Climate change and cities: It's not too late to bring green buildings in policy making
Life

Climate change and cities: It's not too late to bring green buildings in policy making

Can cities, which witness population influx, rising levels of pollution and haphazard encroachments daily, endure it any further? Here's how climate change has started affecting cities and why we need green buildings

Trump a bad sport while Clinton takes the high road in final showdown
Politics

Trump a bad sport while Clinton takes the high road in final showdown

Americans laid low by the worst sort of gutter politics during this election cycle were relieved to see a modicum of civility as Chris Wallace kept Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump focused on issues during their third and final debate at the University of Nevada, in Las Vegas.

Swaraj India: Another political party takes shape out of 2011 anti-corruption movement
Politics

Swaraj India: Another political party takes shape out of 2011 anti-corruption movement

Swaraj Abhiyan’s new party Swaraj India was launched in New Delhi on 2 October. It has been almost four years since the birth of the Aam Aadmi Party on 26 November 2012 from the larger, pan-Indian – ‘India Against Corruption’ movement.

Here's why contraceptive use across India has declined despite high awareness
Life

Here's why contraceptive use across India has declined despite high awareness

According to data from the latest National Family Health Survey, there has been six percent drop in the use of contraceptive in India. This drop comes even as awareness about contraceptives has grown. So, what can we learn about contraceptive use across India, and what might be behind this mismatch between theory and practice?

Is Akhilesh Yadav govt helping Owaisi by stopping him from holding rallies in poll-bound UP?
Politics

Is Akhilesh Yadav govt helping Owaisi by stopping him from holding rallies in poll-bound UP?

In the past one year, the UP government denied him permission to hold public meetings more than a dozen times on the grounds that he would deliver incendiary speeches of the kind he had made in the past. But is Owaisi really losing much by not sharing his wisdom at public meetings?

According to HSBC, India's spectrum proceeds way below target at $10-12 billion
News & Analysis

According to HSBC, India's spectrum proceeds way below target at $10-12 billion

Proceeds from spectrum auction are likely to top no more than $12 billion, falling way short of the government's target, as few companies have the money to justify the costs involved with varying demand for bands on offer, says a HSBC Global Research report.

Euro 2016: Italy seek to turn the tide of history against Spain in last 16 draw
Sports

Euro 2016: Italy seek to turn the tide of history against Spain in last 16 draw

After being sucker punched by the Republic of Ireland, Italy will bring back their big guns in a bid to turn the tide of history against Spain at the European Championship finals.

According to a study, IITs and TIFR top in collaboration with industry and Govt
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According to a study, IITs and TIFR top in collaboration with industry and Govt

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) have emerged as leaders in university-industry-government (UIG) collaborations in the last decade, according to new analysis of India's research and innovation landscape.

Analysis of data from Google offices in Paris raid  will take months, or even years according to prosecutor
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Analysis of data from Google offices in Paris raid will take months, or even years according to prosecutor

Analysis of data seized by investigators in last week's raid of Google's Paris headquarters could possibly take years, French financial prosecutor Eliane Houlette said on Sunday.

What plagues Congress: Analysing the party’s leadership dilemma through Ghalib's lens
Politics

What plagues Congress: Analysing the party’s leadership dilemma through Ghalib's lens

No Congress leader, not even an otherwise outspoken Digvijay Singh or an erudite P Chidambaram, can dare to bare the truth about the election results.