Adani's $16 bn Australian coal project gets nod for rail link: report
The Adani Group, which is preparing to start construction of the mine in 2017, still faces several court challenges
Tamil Nadu CM on 'critical' life support, Tamil Nadu on edge
Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa continues to be ''very critical'' after she suffered a cardiac arrest on Sunday evening
India's service sector index hits a 1-1/2-yr low of 46.7 in Nov
The overnight withdrawal of 86 per cent of the money in circulation in India's cash-driven economy saw the service sector suffer as consumers curbed discretionary spending
Tata Steel close to deal with workers on UK plant: report
A deal would keep the plant, which employs around 4,000 workers, running at least till 2020
Delhi doctor replaces aortic valve in 76-year-old in non-invasive surgery
The barely 15-minute procedure involved implanting of a new, ready-to-use medical device called core valve
Heart of Asia Summit adopts declaration against terror and its backers
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for action not just against forces of terrorism but also against those who support, shelter, train and finance them
Isro to launch its third remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2A on Wednesday
Resourcesat-2A is intended to continue the remote sensing data services to global users and would carry similar payloads as carried by its predecessors
 
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Interviews
  Start-ups: don't slip on the compliance banana peel!
  Start-ups tend to focus on product quality, marketing, and sales, leaving compliance with state and central regulations on the back burner but this is a recipe for disaster, says Gaurav Jain, company secretary and founder of Lexcomply.com
  A platform for story tellers
  Koral Dasgupta, author, columnist, academic, content consultant and art patron, in conversation with Swetha Amit about her initiative "Tell Me Your Story"
  Bondings over the boss
  The most frequent and perhaps the strongest bonds with a colleagues in the All India Services, particularly the IAS, occur at the workplace when one shares an obnoxious boss, writes Vivek K. Agnihotri, former secretary-general, Rajya Sabha
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