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China has four million millionaires: survey

China had four million millionaire households in 2014, the second-highest in the world after the United States, as the country`s stock market boom boosted private wealth, an independent survey showed Tuesday.

Smartphones still 'too expensive for many' in India: BCG

Exuding optimism on the increasing Internet penetration in one of the world's fastest growing digital economies, Boston Consulting Group (BCG) said online users can grow to as much as 550 million by 2018.

Ex-IPS Rahul Sharma, who took on Gujarat govt, to be lawyer

After opting for early retirement from the Indian Police Service, Rahul Sharma, who had crossed swords with Gujarat government over the probe of 2002 riots, on Saturday applied to the Bar Council of Gujarat (BCG) to be enrolled as a lawyer.

Global gold recycling fell to 7-year low in 2014: Report

Gold recycling fell to a seven-year low in 2014 and is expected to remain at low levels in 2015, a report here said.

Vaccines for young adults to help eliminate TB

The target to eliminate tuberculosis (TB) by 2050 is more likely to be met if new vaccines are developed for adults and adolescents and not just for infants, says a study.

BCG clears riot victims` lawyers of `professional misconduct`

The names of five advocates who have been representing 2002 riot victims were cleared by the Bar Council of Gujarat (BCG) here on Tuesday from charges of alleged "professional misconduct".

India may become 5th-largest manufacturing nation: BCG

The National Manufacturing Policy envisages that India's manufacturing sector should increase its share of GDP from 15 percent at present to 25 percent by 2022, in line with global peers.

RIL named among 25 sustainable value creators globally: BCG

Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries has been named as the world`s fifth biggest `sustainable value creator` in a list of 25 top companies globally in terms of investor returns over a decade.

Global M&A deal value may halve this year: BCG

The value of global M&A deals is likely to drop by nearly 50% this year, even as the financial crisis throws good opportunities for takeovers, a study says.