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Inflation up, industrial growth slows

Retail inflation accelerated to 4.88% in november on the back of food and oil price rises, according to official data released by the government.

HR lessons break through the smog

When the frightening smog situation in the Delhi-national Capital Region (Delhi-NCR) was at its height, many companies swung into action, and started taking various measures to ensure the health of their employees.

Toll in Cyclone Ockhi crosses 50 in Kerala

The toll in Kerala due to the Cyclone Ockhi has crossed 50, with the recovery of nine bodies off the coasts off Beypore and Tamur on Tuesday.

Centre to give Rs 500 to TB patients every month

About 35 lakh identified Tuberculosis pateints across the country will soon get Rs 500 every month from the Centre as special support.

A dialogue without a purpose is meaningless

With no time frame and end goal for the dialogue process, Dineshwar Sharma's mandate in J&K is not clear, says the former Chief Minister of the State.

India, Australia call for 'open' Asia-Pacific zone

Continuing with the strategic bilateral discussion, Australia and India on Tuesday discussed the need to maintain the Asia-Pacific region as a 'free' and 'open' zone under the '2+2' dialogue model which includes the foreign and defence secretaries of both sides.

Centre issues bid guidelines for procuring wind power

The government on Tuesday issued guidelines for the procurement of wind power throuhg a bidding process, which included the standardisation of the process and a definition of the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders.

Inflation up, industrial growth slows

Retail inflation accelerated to 4.88% in november on the back of food and oil price rises, according to official data released by the government.

HR lessons break through the smog

When the frightening smog situation in the Delhi-national Capital Region (Delhi-NCR) was at its height, many companies swung into action, and started taking various measures to ensure the health of their employees.

Toll in Cyclone Ockhi crosses 50 in Kerala

The toll in Kerala due to the Cyclone Ockhi has crossed 50, with the recovery of nine bodies off the coasts off Beypore and Tamur on Tuesday.

Centre to give Rs 500 to TB patients every month

About 35 lakh identified Tuberculosis pateints across the country will soon get Rs 500 every month from the Centre as special support.

A dialogue without a purpose is meaningless

With no time frame and end goal for the dialogue process, Dineshwar Sharma's mandate in J&K is not clear, says the former Chief Minister of the State.

India, Australia call for 'open' Asia-Pacific zone

Continuing with the strategic bilateral discussion, Australia and India on Tuesday discussed the need to maintain the Asia-Pacific region as a 'free' and 'open' zone under the '2+2' dialogue model which includes the foreign and defence secretaries of both sides.

Centre issues bid guidelines for procuring wind power

The government on Tuesday issued guidelines for the procurement of wind power throuhg a bidding process, which included the standardisation of the process and a definition of the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders.

Editorial

Investment facilitation, norms for small firms gains push at WTO talks

Midway throuhg the negotiations involving 164 World trade Organization (WTO) member nations being held here, India is holding its ground on issues such as food security as well as the centrality of development in the talks.

Investment facilitation, norms for small firms gains push at WTO talks

Midway throuhg the negotiations involving 164 World trade Organization (WTO) member nations being held here, India is holding its ground on issues such as food security as well as the centrality of development in the talks.

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