Govt set to slap terror charges on Zakir Naik, declare his IRF ''unlawful''
Naik, who was abroad when the probe into the Dhaka attack found him the man who inspired the jihadis, put off his plan to return to India and is unlikely to return anytime soon
L&T to emerge an agile company with Rs2 lakh crore revenue by 2021
Larsen & Toubro is building on its inherent strengths of engineering excellence to achieve a revenue of Rs2 lakh crore by 2021 and achieving an order inflow in excess of Rs2.5 lakh crore per annum
Five per cent holding 95% to ransom in J&K: Mehbooba
J&K chief minister Mehbooba Mufti said that 95 per cent of people in the state wanted to resolve the Kashmir issue through political means and dialogue, while only five per cent were resorting to agitation
Tata Motors Q1 net profit falls 57% to Rs2,236 cr as `Brexit' bites
While sales volumes were higher in both standalone as well as Jaguar Land Rover businesses, these were more than offset by the adverse forex impact of Rs2,296 crore and adverse commodity derivatives impact in the operating profit, mainly in JLR business
Apollo Global to buy cloud services provider Rackspace in a $4.3-bn deal
The deal comes six months after Apollo Global acquired Florida-based home security company ADT Corp for $7 billion
Monsanto, allies desert National Seeds Association over pricing, royalty issues
Things came to head after the National Seeds Association backed the May 2016 Gazette notification that reasserted the government's right to fix seed prices
Number of TB cases in India is double current estimates, says new study
The number of cases of tuberculosis (TB) in India may be up to two to three times higher than current estimates, suggests a new study
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