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ONGC, Indian Oil Corporation and NTPC were the top three profitable PSUs in 2018-19, whereas BSNL, Air India and MTNL incurred highest losses for a third consecutive year, according to a survey tabled in Parliament on Monday
Karnataka, Haryana, Maharashtra and the Ganga basin is being surveyed and will take 2 years to finish.
Indian women’s unpaid work amounts to 43 times Apple’s turnover; females hardest hit by rising economic inequality: Report
The paid work women do bring them less earnings as compared to men due to the existing wage gap and therefore households that rely primarily on female earners tend to be poorer.
Mobile phones with 1.9 billion units to be shipped in 2018, drives the global device shipments.
Women's safety survey: Thomson Reuters Foundation defends its methodology as questions over 'perception poll' mount
The Thompson Reuters Foundation's survey report titled 'The Most Dangerous Countries for Women-2018', which has adjudged India as the most unsafe country for the fairer sex, has been garnering a strong but mixed response.
Mumbai is ranked at the 55th spot in terms of cost of living globally, higher than cities like Melbourne (58), Frankfurt (68), Buenos Aires (76), Stockholm (89) and Atlanta (95), according the 2018 cost of living survey by global consulting firm Mercer
The 46-question survey conducted by Screen Education involved 1,017 teenagers from grades 7-12.
At four year mark of Narendra Modi govt, 57 percent citizens satisfied with performance, says survey
With a year left in Narendra Modi's term, a total of 57 percent Indians feel that the BJP govt has "either met or exceeded" their expectations.
Greenpeace warns of 'dangerously' high radiation levels in two towns near disaster-hit nuclear plant in Fukushima
Greenpeace, on Thursday, said towns in Fukushima prefecture, close to the disaster-hit nuclear power plant, were exposed to excessive levels of radiation, almost 100 times greater than safe levels.
Conducive policy environment, tech development and setting up of a manufacturing ecosystem for electric vehicles can drive electric mobility in India.
India's richest 1% cornered 73% of wealth generated last year, presents worrying picture of rising income inequality: Oxfam survey
The richest 1 percent in India cornered 73 per cent of the wealth generated in the country last year, a new survey showed today, presenting a worrying picture of rising income inequality.
Modi bests Rahul in PM showdown, BJP repeats 2014, Rajinikanth as kingmaker, shows 2018 C-Voter survey poll
Prime Minister Narendra Modi would handily beat out Congress president Rahul Gandhi in a one-on-one contest, according to a new C-Voter survey poll.
President Donald Trump is more popular with likely voters than he is with the general public, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll
Cybercrime most feared in US, 67 percent of American adults worry about losing personal information to hackers
Cybercrime has become the most feared crime in the US, with two-thirds of American adults worrying about becoming the victims, a survey showed.
This is the case even though the absolute number of jobs in software testing are significantly less than programming, it added.
The trouble with research results is that by the time they are published they are so outdated, they might as well be pointless. The Pew Research survey conducted across several nations—and India in particular regarding the performance of the Narendra Modi government—is a perfect case in point.
Narendra Modi govt gets approval of 85% Indians; 55% support autocracy, shows new Pew Research survey
More than four-fifths of Indian citizens trust the government, but, interestingly, the majority also support military rule and autocracy,
Over 74 percent people feel corruption in procurement of supplies in govt hospitals is common, says survey
Seventy-four percent of respondents in a recent set of polls said that corruption related to procurement/supplies is a common at government hospitals