Isro's GSLV-Mk III places GSAT-29 satellite on orbit

With the successful mission, Isro also made its heavy-lift rocket, the GSLV-Mk III, which is capable of placing satellites of up to 4,000 kg at orbits 39,000 km away from Earth, a success

FSSAI to curb unsubstantiated claims on food products

Once the new regulations are put in place, packaged food companies will need to ensure that any claims regarding nutritional or health attributes about their products are scientifically substantiated

RCEP pushed back to 2019 as consensus evades trade ministers

For India, which has a trade deficit with ten out of 16 countries in negotiations, a delay in concluding negotiations comes as a blessing in disguise

Binny Bansal resigns as chairman and CEO of Flipkart group

With both co-founders - Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal - out of power, Flipkart, India’s largest and most popular e-commerce firm, will now be a Walmart show

Bank of Japan is now larger than Japanese economy

While Japanese economy expanded 11 per cent after Governor Haruhiko Kuroda started the massive stimulus in early 2013, real growth of the economy, however, has been just 6.7 per cent

Tatas scanning Jet Air books for potential acquisition: report

While Tatas have the necessary resources and Jet Airways needs immediate cash injection to pay much delayed salaries to employees and payments to aircraft leasing companies, there is no certainty of a deal

Rajinikanth bats for Narendra Modi in NDA vs Mahagathbandhan

Rajnikant, who on Monday remarked that the Bharatiya Janata Party may be dangerous for the opposition parties, today said if 10 parties are ganging up against the BJP, then the person on the other side must be stronger

PM Modi dedicates country's first multimodal terminal at Varanasi

He also received the country’s first container consignment to be sent on an inland waterways vessel and dedicated/inaugurated or laid the foundation stone of projects worth over Rs2400 crore in Uttar Pradesh



How to shift towards continuous performance management

Employees aren’t the only ones dissatisfied with the traditional performance review process; a mere 4 per cent of HR professionals believe their organisation’s performance management system is actually effective, says Rae Steinbach

Investor immigration: many opportunities as nations vie for funds

Investment-based immigration has gained steam especially after the 2008 financial meltdown, as a host of countries has come up with attractive programmes to attract foreign funds, says Ajay Sharma, president of immigration and visa consultancy Abhinav Outsourcings