A student of CT Institute of Engineering, Management and Technology, Jalandhar, (CTIEMT) demonstrated a car designed by him made from recycled waste parts collected from a junkyard.
A limited strategic partnership with the US is beneficial for India, the UPA, and the Left.
Much like what happened last year, the FCI is unlikely to be able to procure the amount of wheat it needs to.
The tiger versus tribal fight being played out in the country to the disadvantage of both is witnessing a new dimension in Karnataka's tiger reserves, where tribals are being relocated under the For
Finding resentment against special economic zones (SEZs) in many parts of the country, including within its own organisation, the CPI(M) has decided to press the UPA government to change the SEZ Act t
Governments across the developing world are scrambling to boost farm imports and restrict exports in an attempt to forestall rising food prices and social unrest.
On the first day of the new financial year, there was a sense of d
In a move likely to influence future drug price regulation in the country, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has started a process to understand how other countries carry out this f
A group set up by the Planning Commission has pointed out that the reimposition of controls on wheat and pulses under the Essential Commodities Act (ECA), 1955, "has not had any favourable effect on
With rising prices spoiling the economic growth party, the government is ready to crack the whip beginning with a ban on cement exports.
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