India, US can make this world a better place for all: PM Modi

The joined hands of India and the United States will make this world a better place for all, said PM Narendra Modi at India-US Business Summit on Monday

Invest in girls to fight climate change: Ashok Khosla

Investing for girls’ education and employment can be helpful in curbing carbon emissions, said Ashok Khosla, an expert on environment and sustainable development.

HRD planning 'Think in India' drive to up innovation: Irani
HRD planning 'Think in India' drive to up innovation: Irani

In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' campaign, the HRD ministry is planning to come up with a 'Think in India' drive to encourage students and researchers to come up with innovations and new ideas and to keep the talent back home from leaving abroad.

Maha to create 'e-platform' to speed up clearance for industry

 Maharashtra government will create a "e-platform" to monitor the movement of files related to setting up of new industries and investment in the state, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced here on Wednesday.

Airport, mining, investment board: A wish-list for new Goa CM

Panaji: With new Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar at the helm, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in Goa has drawn up a virtual to-do list for the new appointee who succeeded Manohar Parrikar after he became the defence minister Sunday.

Uniform multi-modal transport policy on anvil: Gadkari

 To strengthen the country's transportation system, the government is working on a uniform multi-modal transport policy that would cover road and sea ways among others.

Transparency good, but keep media out of deliberations: Goa CM

Transparency is good, but it has limitations and the media should be kept out of processes and deliberations because it tends to create confusion, Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said Sunday.

Kiran Bedi lauds achievements of Modi govt's 100-day rule

Urging people to become participatory citizens in the changing India under Narendra Modi's leadership, social activist Kiran Bedi on Thursday said she had noticed tightening of bureaucracy and shifting of foreign policy during the 100-day rule of NDA government.

'Centre finalises universal health assurance programme'

The central government is in the process of finalising the Universal Health Assurance (UHA) programme and it will be presented to the nation within the current financial year, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said Wednesday.

`Lack of infrastructure hurting sports tourism`

Lack of infrastructure in the country was the highlight of a roundtable on sports tourism organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) here Friday.

CII should be abolished: Pak civil society

Pakistan`s civil society members on Thursday slammed the Council of Islamic Ideology as "barbaric, medieval and cruel" after the constitutional body issued a controversial ruling saying a man does not need his wife`s consent for a second marriage.

IPL-fixing scandal: Raj Kundra will cooperate, says Royals CEO

The chief executive of Rajasthan Royals (RR), Raghu Iyer said the franchise is ready to cooperate with the investigating agencies if they probe its co-owner Raj Kundra`s alleged role in betting in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Digi-enterprise: The enterprise of tomorrow

The ongoing evolution of technology means that businesses are in a constant state of change in order to stay apace with the market, say experts at a seminar on digital transformation.

Polish Ambassador calls on Punjab CM

Polish Ambassador Prof Piotr Klodkowski has evinced interest to initiate agro-sector activities for bilateral benefits with Punjab.

Will support Nilekani if he fights elections: Gopalakrishnan

Infosys Vice-Chairman and CII President S Gopalakrishnan today said he will support Nandan Nilekani if his former colleague decides to fight elections.

Why is young India under skilled?

Class based education, poor health and absence of labour intensive policies collectively impede the skill India movement. Prachi Rege reports.

Pak clerics against death to false accuser under blasphemy law

Pakistan`s top clerics have struck down a proposal for awarding death sentence to people making false accusations under the controversial blasphemy law.

Indian Navy looking to ally with industry to maintain combative edge

The poor state of indigenization of the Navy`s war-fighting component, including weapons and sensors, is a "concern and challenge", Vice-Chief of Naval Staff RK Dhowan said.

Water scarcity is the biggest challenge for Delhi: CM

"We will face great trouble in the next five to seven years if we do not address the issue. Scarcity of water is the main challenge facing the city and we will have to seriously address the issue," Dikshit said.

India`s first green stadium awarded

Delhi`s Thyagaraj Stadium was Friday awarded the CII-Indian Green Building Council`s (IGBC) gold rating, making it the first green stadium in the country, officials said.