02 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Amidst increasing attempts by ISIS to lure Indians into its fold, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today held a meeting with top Muslim clerics and sought their cooperation to check the growing tentacles of the dreaded group among Muslim youth.
22 Jan 2016
New Delhi: India will be the world's fastest growing large economy at 7.3 percent in 2016, improving further to 7.5 percent in the following year, a United Nations world economy report said today.
21 Jan 2016
New Delhi: Twitter yesterday said thousands of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are advertising on its platform, making India one of its fastest growing SMB market across the world with average monthly spend per advertiser growing 60 percent.
19 Dec 2015
Kolkata: Telecom major Tata Teleservices said its enterprise business is growing at 17 percent annually, double than the industry average.
16 Dec 2015
Washington: India, China and the Middle East, with their fast-growing economies and expanding industry, have seen growing air pollution, according to NASA scientists who tracked the trends over the last decade in various regions and 195 cities around the globe.
03 Dec 2015
Mumbai: Bihar has emerged as the fastest growing state in terms of gross state domestic product (GSDP), clocking a growth rate of 17.06 percent in FY 2014-15, while Maharashtra grew by 11.69 percent to become the biggest state with Rs 16.87 trillion economy, says a report.
09 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Huma Qureshi says that as an actress she sometimes overthinks and over analyses things. However, she feels that she is "growing wiser" with time.
05 Dec 2015
Patna: Citing the latest NITI Aayog report showing Bihar as the fastest growing state in terms of gross state domestic product (GSDP) clocking a growth rate of 17.06 percent in 2014-15, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said it has proved BJP leaders 'wrong' on their claims about the state's development made during assembly polls.
06 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh today made his presence felt in the political corridors by breaking his silence through his concern over the recent incidents of 'blatant violation of right to freedom of thought, speech and expression' and asserted that 'suppression' due to caste or creed cannot be accepted at any cost in the nation.
06 Nov 2015
New Delhi: The BJP today rejected former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's description of recent violent incidents as an 'assault on the nation', saying he should have realised that these took place in states ruled by non-BJP parties, including Congress, and the Centre had nothing to do with them.