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First test drawn as bad light stops India, saves Sri Lanka

November 20th 2017 12:22PM
India's last-day charge for victory against Sri Lanka in the first test was thwarted by bad light on Monday at Eden Gardens. India made certain of not ...

First test drawn as bad light stops India, saves Sri Lanka

November 20th 2017 12:22PM
India's last-day charge for victory against Sri Lanka in the first test was thwarted by bad light on Monday at Eden Gardens. India made certain of not losing by declaring its second innings nearly 50 overs into the day, just before tea. Declaring at 352-8, India gave Sri Lanka a victory target of 231.

WHO Conference Enables India's Deadly Blame Game

November 20th 2017 11:48AM
Bate is a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. His paper “India's Dodgy Global Pharmacy” is published this week.

Delhi's Pollution Crisis: How India Is Falling Short

November 20th 2017 11:26AM
The India Gate monument shrouded in smog in New Delhi, India, on November 11, 2017. Thick toxic smog enveloped New Delhi forcing schools to ...

India's all-electric-vehicles dream unfolds from this city in Maharashtra

November 20th 2017 11:15AM
NEW DELHI: India's dream to have only electric cars by 2030 has been charged at Nagpur. It became the first city in India to have an electric-vehicle charging station by an oil marketing company, Indian Oil Corporation. IOC has become India's first oil marketing company to set up a charging station at its ...

Rigid alliances will be avoided: India

November 20th 2017 11:08AM
A week after joining the first official-level meeting of the new quadrilateral grouping in the Asia Pacific region, India on Monday stressed that it will ...

Children in the UK feel more disempowered than those in India

November 20th 2017 11:03AM
Children in Britain and South Africa feel the most disenfranchised when it comes to decisions made that affect them, while those in India feel the most empowered, according to the Unicef survey. Analysis by the UN agency, released on Monday, also found that despite global progress, one in 12 children ...

India Taxi Market - Forecast to Grow at a CAGR of 13.7% During 2017-2022 - Research and Markets

November 20th 2017 9:22AM
India taxi market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 13.7% during 2017-2022. Surging demand for taxi services in India can be attributed to changing lifestyles of travellers and increasing disposable income of consumers, especially in Tier-I and Tier-II cities. The market is witnessing increasing traction as ...

Shifting to electric vehicles could save India upto Rs 20L crore

November 20th 2017 9:11AM
"This annual market size would present an opportunity for Indian companies to become leaders in EV (electric vehicle) technology on a global scale," ...

China's Xiaomi focuses on India with $1bn investment

November 20th 2017 8:03AM
Chinese telecoms group Xiaomi will prioritise India over its home market and invest $1bn in the country's start-ups as it looks to accelerate growth outside of its highly competitive home market. Lei Jun, Xiaomi's co-founder and chief executive, said the company wanted create an ecosystem of mobile ...

India-Myanmar Bilateral Army Exercise begins in Meghalaya

November 20th 2017 7:30AM
SHILLONG: The week-long army warfare exercise by India and Myanmar, the first to be held in the country, began today at the Joint Warfare Centre at ...

The Modi magic behind India's unstoppable rally

November 20th 2017 7:07AM
It was difficult to tell who was more delighted by Moody's decision to upgrade India's sovereign rating on Friday: the government in New Delhi or investors. The country's first upgrade in 14 years was quickly welcomed by members of Narendra Modi's administration, who called it an overdue recognition of ...

North Korea, China and India All Want to Go to the Moon: Here Are Five Reasons Why

November 20th 2017 7:07AM
No human has been to the Moon since 1972 and only 12 people have ever done it—all of them American men. But that list could soon be getting a lot longer. Why the Moon? Haven't we already been there, done that? Well, yes. But now there are new reasons motivating countries to reach the Moon.

Dozens feared trapped after factory collapses in India

November 20th 2017 6:43AM
Rescue workers from India's National Disaster Response Force are sifting through debris in an attempt to find survivors and bodies. The Border ...

Visit of Prime Minister of Sri Lanka to India (November 21-24, 2017)

November 20th 2017 6:33AM
As on 20th November, 2017 at 1730 hrs. Visit of Hon'ble Mr. Ranil Wickremesinghe, Prime Minister of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka to India (November 21 - 24, 2017). Tuesday, November 21, 2017 0235 hrs. Arrive Bengaluru Venue: Bengaluru International Airport Wednesday ...

India's Dodgy Pharmacy

November 20th 2017 6:22AM
The rapid rise of India's pharma industry has not been matched by a sufficient capacity to regulate legal medicine production. India is far from unique in exhibiting this problem, but it is the worst protected of the major exporting nations. Like other nations, policing medicine counterfeiting is at least ...

India: Unmerited Pfizer patent on pneumonia vaccine limits access for children

November 20th 2017 6:11AM
Pfizer does not deserve the patent it was granted in August on its pneumonia vaccine, said Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). MSF is set to argue tomorrow in the High Court of Delhi, India that it should be overturned because the patent doesn't meet the standards laid out in India's Patents Act. The ...

India's biggest tax hike in a decade may cut palm oil imports

November 20th 2017 5:15AM
MUMBAI/SINGAPORE: India's palm oil imports are likely to drop until the end of the year after the world's largest edible oils buyer raised import taxes ...

India BJP minister criticised for peeing in public

November 20th 2017 4:41AM
A minister from India's ruling party has been criticised for urinating in the open, despite a government drive to persuade people to use toilets. Video of Ram Shinde relieving himself in a field in Maharashtra went viral on World Toilet Day and has been shared thousands of times on social media.

India's Largest Bank Confirms Blockchain Rollout in December

November 20th 2017 3:56AM
The State Bank of India will launch two blockchain production-ready beta solutions next month, ready for use to 27 major Indian banks of the ...