- Taste of cheese cannot be copyrighted, but perfume can be, say EU courts
- Over 358 infra projects show cost overruns of over Rs 3.37 trn on delays
- BSE to cut ties with S&P Dow Jones; develop own in-house indices
- PSBs' losses up 3.5 times to Rs 147 bn in Q2 on bad loans; PNB hit hardest
- FPIs invest over $1 bn in Nov so far on easing oil prices, rupee recovery
- RBI vs Govt: Will the Centre have its way by invoking an 83-year-old rule?
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October 31, 2016, Monday | Technology
Ma's net worth soared over $6 bn in the past 12 months, reports Tech in Asia
February 20, 2015, Friday | Opinion
A habitual truth-teller builds a reputation for credibility. A habitual liar is liable to be misbelieved even when being truthful
February 15, 2015, Sunday | Opinion
A 19.9 per cent year-on-year plunge in January imports may be an omen of things to come
February 03, 2013, Sunday | International
China last year had the biggest deficit in its financial and capital account since records began in 1982, as the domestic and global economies slowed, spurring outflows of funds. The $117.3-billion annual gap was the first since 1998 when investors ...
September 17, 2010, Friday | PTI Stories
Former South Africa pacer Henry Williams has revealed that he and Herschelle Gibbs gave false testimonies to the Kings Commission against Hansie Cronje in the match-fixing saga over a decade ago, to make a stronger case against the late Proteas ...
July 03, 2010, Saturday | Beyond Business
Saina Nehwal is redefining the mould of the Indian sportsperson.
2 hours ago | International
It's a 'silent slaughter', said Yaxue Cao, founder of human rights site China Change
4 hours ago | Opinion
In 1979, a Special Secretary in the finance ministry called Manmohan Singh would give a sharp rap on the RBI's knuckles for not consulting the government over some issue
November 16, 2018, Friday | Current Affairs
Goldman made political history by coining the phrase "follow the money" in his script for 'All the President's Men'
November 16, 2018, Friday | International
The prime minister said he did not want to reveal the quantum of aid from Beijing as other countries will start demanding more money from China
November 15, 2018, Thursday | Current Affairs
Airborne particles such as dust and soot that absorb sunlight settle on top of Tibetan Plateau's snowpack in spring before the monsoons begin
November 14, 2018, Wednesday | Technology
AppZen, an 18-month-old AI accounting startup, has already signed up several big companies and claims to have saved its clients $40 mn in fraudulent expenses
November 13, 2018, Tuesday | Current Affairs
The interview exposed all the lies of the Congress and its president, said Ravi Shankar Prasad
November 13, 2018, Tuesday | Politics
The nation needs a 'fair investigation' and not "doctored explanations" on the fighter jet deal, says Randeep Surjewala
November 13, 2018, Tuesday | Technology
According to Mrinalini Rao, lead researcher at WhatsApp, the platform cares deeply about the safety of its over 1.5 billion monthly active users globally and over 200 million users in India
November 12, 2018, Monday | International
Leaders including Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and US Vice President Mike Pence are meeting this week in the city-state
November 11, 2018, Sunday | Current Affairs
Solution lies in dialogue, solution lies in peaceful engagement, says Nirmala Sitharaman
November 04, 2018, Sunday | International
China has been blocking India's entry into the NSG on the ground that New Delhi is not a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
November 04, 2018, Sunday | Politics
Prime Minister Modi, while interacting with BJP booth workers had claimed that a number of politicians were like "lying-machines"