Business

Parle-G joins job cut spree

Parle-G joins job cut spree

August 23, 2019

The Indian economy’s downward spiral continues unabated as the slowdown encompasses new sectors. Yet, few others than business community, are paying attention, even as the media continues to remain glued to politics.

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Trade tiff over French tech tax

Trade tiff over French tech tax

August 13, 2019

A new tax by France on ‘new economy’ companies upsets the US and threatens the start of another trade war, after China.

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U7+Alliance: A learning for G7

U7+Alliance: A learning for G7

August 5, 2019

The battle to tackle global challenges such as inequality or climate change is now also being fought by students. A group of almost 50 educational institutions have come together as U7+ Alliance to contribute to this battle.

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Smart citizens from smart campus

Smart citizens from smart campus

July 31, 2019

The national competition of ‘Clean and Smart Campus’ is a step towards preparing smart citizens out of students who are going to live in the smart cities and develop the country to smarter India and take it to the global level by practicing sustainable and effective methods t...

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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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Bengal leather hub to create 500,000 new jobs

Bengal leather hub to create 500,000 new jobs

July 22, 2019

The new leather complex is going to generate nearly 500,000 job opportunities which will be about 40 pc of employment possibilities for the state.

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Millions suffer floods fury in India

Millions suffer floods fury in India

July 19, 2019

More than three million people have been displaced across the northern and north-eastern India because of monsoon that has not only destroyed homes but cost the lives of many.

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French EPR audit raises questions on Jaitapur

French EPR audit raises questions on Jaitapur

July 7, 2019

Repeated incidents related to French nuclear technology put a question mark on the fate of Jaitapur nuclear power project. On July 5, French finance and economy minister Bruno Le Maire said that he had ordered an independent audit to go through the entire EPR project, under imple...

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Climate change and biodiversity

Climate change and biodiversity

June 26, 2019

Human greed threatens over a million species of life with extinction as rush for profits trumps preservation.

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Internet wave in India

Internet wave in India

June 19, 2019

With the gush in internet penetration in India and with the availability of cheap data, the government needs to find out smart solutions to stop the misuse of internet by building an informed and engaged citizenry.

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