SECC 2011 is unique in that it is the first paperless census, conducted with hand-held devices.
The Foreign Investment Promotion Board on Friday cleared a proposal by Kotak Mahindra Bank to increase...
The kharif or summer crop sowing until Friday was 57% higher than the year-ago period because of widespread...
‘The Express was never a mere business to him (RNG) and it is not a business to me. It was and is, a mission’
OnePlus Cardboard will help users get the virtual reality experience.
Actress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Hema Malini was tonight injured in a road accident involving her Mercedes car and a Maruti Alto car in which one child occupant of the other vehicle was killed, officials said.
The good news is that BlackBerry may soon be coming up with a bacteria-free smartphone, according to company CEO John Chen.
German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz posted a 43 per cent sales growth in India at 3,093 units in the second quarter of 2015.
After underperforming in 2014-15, state-owned Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) has improved its performance in April by recording 21 per cent growth in premium and 18 per cent higher sales of policies over the corresponding month a year ago.
Every UK household with a television has to pay 145.50 pounds a year to the BBC, a public service broadcaster which was founded in 1922.
A new study has solved Saturn's two billion-year age gap problem, supporting an 80-year-old prediction.
Guddu Rangeela movie review: But Guddu Rangeela goes into the heart of that dark reality of our times and emerges with a trenchant tale that is both engaging and entertaining.
Kotak Mahindra Bank's proposal to raise foreign investment limit in the lender to 55 per cent was cleared by FIPB.
The tax department, yesterday, made fully operational its e-filing website for taxpayers to file their I-T returns for assessment year 2015-16.
Daiwik Hotels that has properties in Rameshwaram and Shirdi with upcoming projects in Tirupati and Dwarka, offers not just hospitality but a complete pilgrim experience
After three-day losing run, gold prices held steady at Rs 26,500 per ten grams at the bullion market on Friday on scattered buying activity by jewellers.