Business & Politics

Video report of SATTE 2020

Video report of SATTE 2020

January 10, 2020

With three days of tourism exhibitions, B2B meetings, business deals and a plethora of new destinations on platter to be explored, the 27th edition of SATTE, one of the leading travel shows of South Asia saw more than a thousand exhibitors and around 30,000 visitors from 50 count...

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Regis Antomarchi, The Head of Sales | Airbus Helicopters

Regis Antomarchi, The Head of Sales | Airbus Helic

July 25, 2019

Airbus helicopters has been present in India for several decades. In response to the growing demand for helicopters in India, Airbus is launching two new platforms towards the end of the year and two more by next year. In an exclusive interview with MIG TV, Regis Antomarchi, the ...

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A sneak peek into the life of photographers at India Gate

A sneak peek into the life of photographers at Ind

July 2, 2019

How hard is it to click a photo? The answer to this question has undergone a huge transformation in the last decade. With emerging digitalisation, photography is now something that almost everyone can afford. The situation is same in the national capital Delhi. While the number o...

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The fever of changing names of places grips the nation

The fever of changing names of places grips the na

November 19, 2018

It all began with renaming of the city of Allahabad to Prayagraj last month by chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath, and now the name changing spree has vivaciously spread to other regions as well, with Agra, Ahmedabad and Pune in queue.

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Is Facebook censoring political content in India?

Is Facebook censoring political content in India?

November 17, 2018

According to reports Facebook accounts of 10 journalists were temporarily suspended in the month of September.

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United Nations claim that Montreal Protocol can solve the ozone conundrum

United Nations claim that Montreal Protocol can so

November 14, 2018

The United Nations announced that the Montreal Protocol would eradicate the ozone depletion problem on a long term basis. However, following the Protocol would have to be mandatory by all the participant nations for it to work effectively.

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SIAL Paris 2018 providing innovative solutions to the food processing industry

SIAL Paris 2018 providing innovative solutions to

November 6, 2018

SIAL Paris 2018 took into stock the current situation of the global food processing industry and provided innovative solutions to the problems plaguing it.

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India tinkers with import duties to reduce trade deficit

India tinkers with import duties to reduce trade d

October 1, 2018

With the aim of reducing India’s trade deficit, boost domestic manufacturing and to support the rupee the government has increased customs duty on 19 “non- essential items” including washing machines, refrigerators, radial tyres, and ATF.

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The grand alliance plan: Has it hit a wall?

The grand alliance plan: Has it hit a wall?

September 27, 2018

Will there be a grand alliance against the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the next general election, in early 2019? Political developments show there will not be a grand alliance as was expected. Does that leave the Congress in limbo and the BJP sailing smooth?

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Delhi washes away Kerala’s hopes of foreign aid

Delhi washes away Kerala’s hopes of foreign aid

August 23, 2018

A new verbal duel has ensued between New Delhi and Kerala over the generous offer of global aid to the state, for flood relief, from foreign governments. The federal government, which administers foreign policy and international aid has turned down the offers. The question is, w...

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