TVS e-scooter iQube to get a hydrogen fuel cell version

Leaked images of the prototype show the chassis downtube at the front with hydrogen storing cannisters that are connected to the fuel cells stacked under the seat as also a regular battery pack for emergency use

ArcelorMittal to acquire Brazilian steelmaker CSP for $2.2 billion

ArcelorMittal also announced a new $1.4bn buyback programme of 60 million shares, to be completed by the end of May 2023, despite a 2 per cent decline in its net income to $3.92 billion for the second quarter ended 30 June 2022

Draupadi Murmu sworn in as 15th President of India

We in India, especially those from the tribal community, take necessary resources from nature and serve nature with equal reverence, and this sensitivity has become a global imperative today, the President pointed out in her first address.

China launches a second module to its space station

China will launch a third module, named Mengtian, in October this year, completing the T-shaped space station

RIL Q1 net profit up 46% at Rs17,955 cr; revenue jumps 57% to Rs2,43,999 cr

The resurgent demand fuels in a tighter market improved product margins in the oil business while a surge in customer base boosted revenues and profits in the telecom and retail sectors, RIL stated

Australia's ANZ to buy Suncorp's banking arm for $3.3 billion

The acquisition will boost ANZ's retail presence in a fast-growing domestic Queensland region and increase its assets in mortgages by nearly a fifth, helping it to overtake National Australia Bank Ltd (NAB) for third spot in the business



Facing the Heat of Climate Change

Temperatures will cease rising only if humans stop adding greenhouse gases to the atmosphere, and any failure to tackle climate change would see heat extremes escalate even more dangerously, say experts

Fissures In The Oil Barrel

The flow of cheap oil from Russia to buyers, especially in countries like China and India, has caused a dent in spot market purchases with some of the largest buyers suspending operations in the spot market

Signs of Malice on the Mutual Fund Front

A fresh scandal seems to be brewing in the mutual funds business after Axis Mutual Fund suspended two fund managers for allegedly using inside information for personal gains