Revenue receipts are pegged at Rs 1,98,047 crore, while the state government proposes to raise public debt to the tune of Rs 1,14,958 crore
Pakistan and the IMF had signed a $6 billion deal in July 2019 but the programme was derailed in January 2021 and restored briefly in March, 2021 before again going off the track in June, 2021.
UP Assembly 2022 polls: Congress to release first list of candidates soon, Priyanka reviews poll-preparedness
This time, the grand old party announced that it would fight the polls without aligning with any big political party
Pushing for more intensive research on climate change, the Prime Minister said that when science, government and society will work together, the results will be better
The board has said that the online short memos can be used to get admissions for higher studies and pass certificates will be issued in due course of time
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children is rare and most children can recover with timely treatment
West Bengal Election 2021: Stray incidents of violence mark Phase 6 of polling; 79.09% turnout till 5 pm
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said he will skip his visit to poll-bound West Bengal on Friday as he would be chairing a high-level meeting on the prevailing COVID-19 situation
Schools reopened for classes 10 and 12 in Tamil Nadu on 19 January, after nearly 10 months. Teachers in the state had been demanding an announcement for the board exam schedule
The daily deaths due to the virus fell below 100 for the fourth time this month, according to the Union health ministry data updated on Monday
The arrest of Ghanshyam Singh, who is also assistant vice president of the Republic Media Network, takes the number of people held by the Crime Intelligence Unit (CIU) in the case to 12
Robert Trump, younger brother of Donald Trump, passes away at 71; will be greatly missed, says US president
Robert Trump was reportedly in intensive care for several days. Officials did not immediately release a cause of death.
The court is conducting day-to-day hearings in the case to complete the trial by 31 August, as directed by the Supreme Court.
Two of the tech giants said they suspended their reviews of data requests from Hong Kong authorities immediately after the new national security law came into effect last week
Coronavirus Outbreak: Andhra Pradesh govt offers free online GATE coaching classes for students during nationwide lockdown
The Andhra Pradesh government is offering online coaching for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) amid the nationwide coronavirus lockdown.
Coronavirus Outbreak: US Food and Drug Administration says 72 COVID-19 therapeutics trials, 211 in planning stages underway
Seventy-two COVID trials of therapeutics are underway in the United States under FDA oversight and 211 are in the planning stages, so we expect to see more. This includes convalescent plasma as well as antiviral therapies
Coronavirus Outbreak: Unemployment rate in Asia-Pacific may rise over 3 percentage points; household income to fall
S&P Global ratings chief economist (Asia Pacific) Shaun Roache said the rise in unemployment could be larger now than in previous cycles because the downturn is much larger.
Gold jumps 2% as Fed bonanza stalls cash rush; US confident of clinching economic stimulus package soon
Spot gold rose 1.3 percent to $1,573.17 per ounce. The metal rose 3.7 percent on Monday, its highest percentage gain since June 2016.
Assets worth more than Rs 66 crore of a Delhi-based firm have been attached by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) as part of a money-laundering probe against it related to alleged bank loan fraud, the central agency said on Thursday
Gold ETFs see inflow of Rs 200-cr in January, highest in 7 years; investors opt for safe-haven amid slowdown in global economy
Gold exchange-traded funds witnessed a net inflow of Rs 200 crore in January, making it the highest infusion in seven years, as geopolitical tensions in different parts of the globe and slowdown in global economy led investors to opt for the safe-haven
Two women killed, two-year-old boy injured in shooting at Texas University dormitory; officials yet to identify gunman
Two women were killed and a child was wounded in a shooting Monday morning at a university dormitory in Texas, officials said