The first deliveries for the MC-21, developed by Irkut Division of the Russian government-owned United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), are expected in late 2018, or early 2019
The government will first form a Resolution Corporation, which is expected to cover all firms regulated by the RBI, Sebi, IRDA and PFRDA.
As the Kathmandu elite, then led by UML prime minister K P Oli, cosied up to the Chinese during the blockade, India watched uncomfortably.
Ahead of the July 1 rollout of the Goods and Services Tax , Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia explains nuances of the tax regime and why manufacturers and consumers need not worry about prices rising.
The Indian Express explains how RBI defines farm credit, how it’s disbursed and the dangers of writing off loans.
Steep fall in inflation in May driven primarily by easing of prices of pulses and vegetables, and continues a downward trend of the last three years; there’s no certainty about if and when it will climb. The Indian Express explains.
Despite confirmation of three cases last month, Zika may not be a recent introduction to the country. The director of India’s premier virology research laboratory explains to The Indian Express the nature of the public health concern from the mosquito-borne disease.
Fadnavis’s 70:30 formula, with farmers assured of 70% of proceeds, will hit state’s already struggling co-ops, as key infrastructure issues remain unaddressed.
The Indian Express explains the context and background of an alleged corruption scandal in the acquisition of land for the widening of NH 74 in Udham Singh Nagar district.
First adjudication this month, idea is to ensure quicker resolution of debt pile-ups, free up locked capital for fresh lending.
IISc has done consistently well in citations per faculty. It was ranked number 11 in the world in 2017 with a score of 99.9, and number 18 in 2016 with a score of 99.3.
RBI Monetary Policy Review: Request for meeting came in ‘silence’ period, bank wanted to retrieve ground lost after noteban
Lead author discusses diabetes study
Prevalence of diabetes is increasing among urban poor. Managing the disease costs upwards of Rs 40 daily, beyond reach of many
If the polls are proved right in Thursday’s election, we might witness a spectacular political upheaval — a weak coalition government negotiating Brexit with unhelpful EU leaders.
Selling e-cigarettes has attracted a conviction in Punjab, Maharashtra has taken steps towards a ban, and the Centre last month asked experts to assess its dangers
By being proactive on the LoC, the Army seeks to not only prevent infiltration, but to also claim moral ascendancy over Pakistan
No state has the resources to do a one-shot write-off by paying cash to lenders, and a deferred redemption of outstanding loans over a period of 3 to 5 years actually ends up hurting the farmers.
Today’s launch of a geostationary communication satellite, GSAT-19, is perhaps ISRO’s most important mission in the last three decades.
The bulk of the Indian expat community in the Gulf has traditionally been from Kerala. Of the estimated 6.5 lakh Indians now in Qatar, some 3 lakh are from Kerala.
India, Qatar can potentially enjoy a win-win situation with regard to trade, investment. But the crisis involving Saudi poses a complex diplomatic challenge
Harsh words for the world’s largest natural gas producer, with the highest per-capital income, and host of the 2022 Football World Cup—but to many, this West Asian crisis might seem like it can be condensed into three words: pot, kettle, black.
Sub-par growth and overachievement in meeting inflation targets may put the Reserve Bank under pressure to deliver a more than normal repo rate cut
Copious studies conclude that Indian peafowl, a gregarious species, has a complex courtship display that always precedes copulation. Males (peacocks) engage females (peahens) by displaying their elongated train feathers in iridescent colours.
Continuous underground fires in the coalfields of Jharia, Jharkhand, have led to steps being planned to move train operations out and rehabilitate residents, but it is no easy task, explains PRASHANT PANDEY
For judicial purposes, living persons are “juristic persons” to which the law attributes personality for good and sufficient reasons.
Seema Chishti traces history of Constituent Assembly debates leading to Article 48
What’s legal and what isn’t in a thriving business that is driven by construction in Punjab and has brought the interests of a minister under the scanner
New research finds flamingos more stable on one leg than two, suggests passive mechanism at work requires very little muscular effort
Babri Masjid demolition case: A look at CBI chargesheet leading to special court framing conspiracy charges against top BJP leaders in Babri demolition case
The two governments hope that the project would be cheaper option and have a smaller carbon footprint when compared to China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative.
Just like dengue and chikungunya, widespread and endemic in most major cities here, the virus is spread by the same vector, the Aedes mosquito.
Country’s 91 major reservoirs now have 10% more than expected levels for this time of year, and 27% more than same time last year; southern reservoirs short but arrival of showers and normal monsoon forecast raise hopes of fresh infusion of water.
Ramadan Abedi, father of the 22-year-old bomber Salman Abedi, was among those who got asylum in Britain in the mid-1990s after fleeing Libya following a failed jihadist plot against Muammar Gaddafi
Both terrorists and governments are alleged to have used them — in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Syria and Israel
Maj Gogoi says Dar was instigating a mob that was throwing stones to discourage people from voting, and was attacking election officials.