The State government has been urged to exempt tourists on cruise liners from the purview of the prohibition policy. - Vipin Chandran
The State government has been urged to exempt tourists on cruise liners from the purview of the prohibition policy. - Vipin Chandran

Cruise passengers get a taste of ‘dry’ Sunday

Our Bureau

About 2,000 well-heeled tourists who arrived here by a luxury liner from Europe on Sunday... »

`No serious efforts to revive loss making PSUs’

Our Bureau

The Joint Forum of Officers’ Organisations of Public Sector Undertakings today said that there i... »

Telangana to cancel solar pump set tenders

V Rishi Kumar

The Telangana Government is set to cancel the recent tenders floated for supply, installation an... »

Andhra CM to woo Japanese investors during six-day tour

V Rishi Kumar

The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N Chandrababu Naidu, is set to lead a delegation to Japan to... »

Eros Investments, AP Govt ink pact for entertainment city

V Rishi Kumar

Eros Investments Ltd (EIL), Isle of Man, UK, and the Andhra Pradesh Government on Saturday inked... »

Telangana Cabinet nod for new industrial policy

V. Rishi Kumar

The Telangana Cabinet on Sunday approved the new Industrial policy framework for the new State. The Cabinet chaired by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao put its stamp... »

Liberty Videocon’s risk test

 Our Bureau

Liberty Videocon General Insurance Company Limited on Sunday announced the launch of Infrared thermography risk assessment for its Commercial Insurance Business Clients dealing in... »

Two-day National Foundry Conclave from Nov 27


The 7th Edition of National Foundry Conclave, a biennial event, will begin here from November 27 with the focus on best practices required for strengthening the foundry industry as a whole.... »

After vibrant summits, Gujarat plans a biennial event for art lovers

Our Bureau

Having succeeded in mega business congregation under the banner of Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, the Gujarat government is preparing for yet another mega biennial event, this time for art lovers. »

Implement Swaminathan Committee formula: Badal

Tomojit Basu

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, the Chief Minister of Punjab, recommended that the Indian Government fix minimum support prices of paddy and wheat keeping in mind rising input costs. Th... »

Qatar firms to invest $10 billion in AP

Our Bureau

A delegation from Qatar met Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu and evinced interest to invest $10 billion in the State.In a meeting with the Chief Minister, the delegation led by Sheikh Ham... »

Bengal governor says CBI must have 'good reason' to arrest Srinjoy Bose

Our Bureau

Referring to Trinamool Congress MP Srinjoy Bose's arrest, West Bengal Governor, KN Tripathi, today said that the probe agency must have "good reason" to do so. To a specific qu... »

‘Maharashtra govt looking to plug shortcomings in tax system’


Maintaining that there was an urgent need to improve the economy of Maharashtra, State Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar said the State Government is trying to remove the loopholes in the existi... »

Kerala’s brick & mortar retailers see red as online counterparts go tax-free

KPM Basheer

Worried by the fast growth of online retailing that is chipping away the business volumes of brick-and-mortar retail shops, the Kerala State Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopana Samiti (KVVES), the co... »

Youth getting addicted to pornography: NGO

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Watching sexually explicit content on the web could result in sex offences, non-governmental organisation Rescue says. The NGO, which is conducting awareness programmes, has conducted a... »

Telangana: farmers’ group to conduct awareness camps

Brewers’ association wants alcohol under GST purview

Medha Patkar opposes river diversion, interlinking

TiECon meet to have session for young entrepreneurs

Naidu favours interlinking of Krishna-Godavari rivers

High sand prices, curbs hit construction in Vizag

Saradha scam: CBI arrests Srinjoy Bose

Festival of short films opens in Hyderabad

Centre asks States to furnish details of illegal sand mining

The Centre has also sought details of the latest policy formulated for sand mining.

Press Trust of India

The Centre has asked States to immediately furnish details of cases of illegal sand mining, including the action taken in the last three years to stop the menace. “Although mining of... »

PSU officers’ forum: No serious effort to revive loss-making units

Economist Prabhat Patnaik speaks at the seminar on 'Save Public Sector -
Pride of the Nation' in Hyderabad on Sunday. PV SIVAKUMAR

Our Bureau

The Joint Forum of Officers’ Organisations of Public Sector Undertakings said that there has been no serious effort on the part of the Government to revive loss making units.While th... »

FACT bags Skoch Renaissance Award 2014

Our Bureau

FACT has won the Skoch Renaissance Award 2014 in recognition for implementing the innovative project of liquid ammonia transportation by barge fitted with bullet tanks. Jaiveer Srivastava... »

New scheme soon to improve water management in villages: Uma Bharti

Our Bureau

The Water Resources Minister, Uma Bharti, has suggested that Sanskrit should be used as the third language in the country. She said Sanskrit is used more by the people here than English. “In every... »

Tea estate owner lynched to death in W. Bengal

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Protest against non-payment of statutory dues and salary today claimed life of a tea planter in the Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal. Sources said Rajesh Jhunjhunwala, owner of Sonali T... »

Mamata questions CBI probe in Saradha scam, says it's political vendetta

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

Pratim Ranjan Bose/ Abhishek Law

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday attacked the Centre and alleged that the Central Bureau of Investigation's (CBI) probe into the Saradha scam was politically motivated. ... »

Nasscom pegs Hyderabad IT exports at $50 bn by 2025

BVR Mohan Reddy, Vice-
Chairman, Nassscom

K V Kurmanath

The National Association for Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) has pegged exports of $50 billion from the IT industry in Hyderabad by the year 2025. Last year, the industry in th... »

Gandhinagar to host global stainless steel expo in January


The Indian Stainless Steel Development Organisation (ISDO) will hold the world’s biggest integrated stainless steel expo ‘INDINOX 2015’ between January 24-27 at Gandhinagar in Gujarat. T... »

When should firms raise a security alarm?

Our Bureau

When should an organisation raise a security alarm? Internet security solutions firm McAfee says when someone is trying to login at odd hours, when a system is re-infected within minutes after bei... »

Centre to help upgrade Telangana Industrial Training Institutes

B Dattatreya, Minister of State for Labour and Employment.

Our Bureau

The Government of India will help in upgrading 2,280 Industrial Training Institutes in Telangana, according to B Dattatreya, Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Government of India. ... »

Manipal Health, Portea tie up for primary care service

TN University wins FICCI award

Corp Bank Jan Dhan camp

Telangana mulls replacing water pumps with solar pumps

Ministry calls for RGIA domestic terminal name change

Telangana opposes airport terminal name change

Kerala planters association seeks ban on tea, rubber, cardamom imports

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