28 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Sanjay Kapoor has stepped down as Chairman of Micromax, a little over a year after joining India's second-largest handset vendor. Kapoor's next assignment could not be ascertained. The spokesperson also did not disclose the reason for Kapoor's exit from the firm.
25 Aug 2015
New Delhi: CBSE has invited students from across the country to join a debate on capital punishment, weeks after Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon's hanging reignited the issue.
28 Aug 2015
Sriharikota (AP): India and US have set a target of 2021 to put their collaborative earth observation satellite NISAR in orbit, ISRO Chairman AS Kiran Kumar said. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) was working with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the US to undertake the launch of NISAR by 2021, he told reporters here after the successful launch of GSAT-6 onboard GSLV-D6.
24 Aug 2015
Mumbai: Veteran actor-director Amol Palekar has been appointed as chairman of India's Oscar jury, which will select the country's official entry in the best foreign film category of the 88th Academy Awards.
17 Aug 2015
New Delhi: The CBSE announced results of All India Pre-Medical Test 2015 today. The AIPMT re-test was held on 25th July.
07 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Taiwanese electronics major AsusTek's chairman Jonney Shih on his maiden visit to India on Thursday said the group was shifting its focus from notebooks to smartphones and convertibles.
22 Aug 2015
Mumbai: Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) today said it is working on the final guidelines for reinsurers, which will come out by October.
08 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Foxconn, the world's largest electronics assembly manufacturer, today said India would be the next IT hub for it while expressing a desire to open factories in all states in the spirit of the Make in India initiative.
20 Aug 2015
Pune: The striking students of FTII yesterday ruled out any compromise on their main demand of removal of TV actor and BJP member Gajendra Chauhan as chairman of the institute.
21 Jul 2015
New Delhi: The CBSE has cautioned affiliated schools against indulging in 'educationally unsound' and 'unhealthy practice' by pressuring children and 'coercing' parents into buying additional books and use of material other than NCERT.