Nobel Peace Prize for Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet
The Nobel Peace Prize for 2015 has been awarded to Tunisia's National Dialogue Quartet, ''for its decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia,'' the Norwegian Nobel Committee said
SABMiller rejects AB InBev's sweetened takeover offer
In its refusal, SAB Miller has accused the highly conditional nature of Anheuser Busch InBev's proposals, including significant regulatory hurdles in the US and China
Why test Maggi again and again, asks Nestle
The company told the NCDRC that there was nothing new in the government's suit as all the contentions were dismissed by the High Court in its 13 August order, which had set aside the countrywide ban on its Maggi noodles
NASA outlines steps in journey to Mars
NASA is anchoring its capability development on three different thresholds, namely, Earth Reliant, Proving Ground and Earth Independent technologies that will be developed along the way
Clinton's turnaround on Trans-Pacific trade stuns observers
After having firmly backed Obama's Trans-Pacific Partnership trade accord, presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton has done an about turn, saying she no longer supports the deal
Bombay HC annuls Rs3,100-cr tax demand on Vodafone's call centre deal
The court overruled last year's order by the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, which had suggested that the I-T department had jurisdiction over transfer pricing
India miffed over talk of US-Pak nuclear deal
Reacting strongly to reports that the US may consider a nuclear pact with Pakistan, India said Pakistan's proliferation record should be taken into account before such a deal is signed
Doctors reattach toddler's head after internal de-capitation in 6-hour operation
A 16-month-old Australian boy is recovering, smiling, eating, and walking, only two weeks after his spine was separated from his skull in a head-on car collision
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