18 Dec 2014
New Delhi: The food processing sector is growing at a rate of about 9 percent annually, higher than the agriculture expansion, Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal said.
11 Dec 2014
Washington: A top American lawmaker has expressed concern over Pakistan's growing nuclear stockpile, saying the Asian country continues to harbour and host insurgents and other extremist groups.
04 Dec 2014
New Delhi: India will surpass China as the world's fastest growing economy in the next 2-3 years, top industrialist Mukesh Ambani said, while terming the fall in global oil prices as a "gift" to India.
01 Dec 2014
Mumbai: Asserting that Bharatiya Mahila Bank will emerge as a strong brand over time, its chairman and managing director Usha Ananthasubramanian has said the biggest challenge so far for the country's first all-woman bank has been to establish itself.
03 Dec 2014
New Delhi: The proposal of banning the sale of loose cigarettes is likely to be put on the backburner as some Ministers have urged Health Minister J P Nadda not to take any "hasty" step till issues, including those concerned to farmers, are resolved.
27 Nov 2014
New Delhi: India continues to be the fastest growing smartphone market in the Asia Pacific region, with about 82 per cent growth in the July-September quarter of 2014 over the same period last year, research firm IDC said.
27 Nov 2014
New Delhi: India is the fastest growing smartphone market in Asia Pacific with a quarter-on-quarter growth of 27 percent in third quarter (July-September) of 2014, said a report by the International Data Corporation.
22 Nov 2014
New Delhi: Buoyed by the rising penetration of Internet in the country, a top official from Twitter said India is one of the fastest growing market for the micro-blogging site.
26 Nov 2014
A report from Global Web Index (GWI) on Tuesday said Tumblr’s active user base in the last six months grew by 120 percent, while Facebook’s grew by only 2 percent.
21 Nov 2014
London: Britain has the fastest growing economy among the G7 group of developed nations, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) reported Thursday.