Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked the country’s IT experts to explore ways to provide as many services as possible through mobile phones to boost M-Governance (Mobile-Governance). ... »
Six months after being assured third party sampling and analysis of coal supplied by Coal India Ltd, the Association of Power Producers (APP) is crying foul that the scheme is yet to be operationa... »
The solar dispute hangs like wisp of a cloud over the growing friendship between India and the US; observers in India are watching what the US would do between now and February 3, when a d... »
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Use of composite materials in indigenously developed aircraft, missiles and in defence and civilian sectors is poised for big growth, where Indian companies are set to get into manufacturing mode. »
After initiating key changes in the functioning of public sector banks, the Centre is gearing up to usher reforms in Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs). Under consideration is fixing the... »
The Centre is planning to set up Reverse Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in various nations starting from Iran in order to meet the increasing demand of speciality chemicals in the country, a senior... »
India today said it has “honest intentions” for an amicable resolution of the border dispute with China and has asked it to come forward to end the differences.
“There is a perceptional d... »
Aiming to provide next level of ease of doing business in India, the government today said it will soon put in place transparency in public procurement of green products.
Currently, envir... »
Vietnam is expecting increased tourists from India, especially, West Bengal in the coming years, Ton Sinh Thanh, Ambassador of Vietnam to India, Nepal & Bhutan said here on Tuesday. ... »
Cautioning India about US President Barack Obama’s strategy to “split” India’s relations with both China and Russia, China’s official media and experts today warned that New Delhi’s close ties wit... »