Retains India at lowest investment grade rating of BBB-; sees risks in low per capita GDP, high govt debt, sizeable fiscal deficit
At a time when Q1FY18 GDP grew 5.7%, the slowest in the past 13 quarters, Q2FY18 data, to be released on November 30, will give an indication of the full year growth numbers.
Expect more bank jobs to go because of automation and the digital economy push
Shooting in London Oxford Circus station: 'Terrorist related' incident over, Police say have stood down
London's police force said they had received reports that shots had been fired on Oxford Street and in the nearby underground station, which they were responding to as if it might be terrorist-related.
Former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, whose recent ousting prompted a military takeover in Zimbabwe, was sworn in as President on Friday.
China is no doubt going from strength to strength and is the most important rising power, economically and militarily, yet when seen relative to American power, it has a long way to go
Amid reports that the government plans to offer 60% stake in government-owned companies’ existing oil and gas fields to private players, state-run ONGC on Friday wrote a letter to the Prime Minister opposing any such move.
Insolvency hit stressed assets: Genuine players to benefit from ban on wilful defaulters; here is how
The Indian Scout Bobber has arrived in a total of five colour options and will rival against the likes of Triumph Bonneville Bobber, Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber and Harley-Davidson Forty Eight.
Xiaomi has revamped prices of several Mi accessories in India due to the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Indian authorities must revisit the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model to woo FDI and get foreign contractors involved in the developments of port, power and rail sectors efficiently, according to experts.
Playing a video game that rewards participants for holding various 'ninja' poses could help children with autism improve their balance and posture, a study suggests.
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) today said though Aadhar is not a mandatory requirement for Know Your Customer (KYC) in the insurance sector, it is the most simple form of KYC document.
Bank of Baroda recruitment 2017: Fresh 337 vacancies announced for graduates, post graduates at bankofbaroda.com; check last date to apply
Bank of Baroda recruitment 2017: 337 posts are on offer for graduates and postgraduates who want to be a part of the Bank of Baroda.
Climate change caused by humans is rapidly melting ice in volcanically active regions, which could lead to increased volcano eruptions, a study has found.
Tumhari Sulu Box Office Collection: Vidya Balan starrer kick starts week on strong note, here is what it earned
Tumhari Sulu Box Office Collection: Director Suresh Triveni's Tumhari Sulu that hit the silver screen on November 17, 2017 opened on not such a good note at the Box Office.
The debit and credit card transactions have jumped to Rs 74,090 crore in September this year, up a hefty 84 per cent as compared to the same month last year when it stood at Rs 40,130 crore, thanks to the government push for non-cash payments, says a study.
The SC court ruling has already resulted in a windfall for some of the pensioners as their pension has increased by more than 10 times.
The policy emphasises on the participation of the differently-abled and transgenders, while implementing the Responsible Tourism Mission across the state to promote the tourism sector
Tomato prices in retail markets of the national capital soared to Rs 80 per kg today in view of tight supplies, trade data showed.
The implementation of the GST, digitisation and growth in e-commerce are set to bring about a greater opportunities for DHL's operations in India, according to a top executive of the logistic giant.
For most of his career, Rahul Dravid defined simplicity in every sense he possibly could have done so. While the nation was busy worshipping Sachin Tendulkar for his god-like status and praising Sourav Ganguly for his never say die attitude, Dravid was silently doing his work, like a monk - as The Wall of India.