Jescilia Karayamparambil

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Data centre, to track real-time water usage, expected soon

Data centre, to track real-time water usage, expected soon

Mumbai: Maharashtra Centre for Innovation, Progressive Regulation and Awareness in Water (M-CIPRAW) has developed a road map to set up a ...Read More

Budget 2020: New tax regime to hurt insurance space in the short term

Budget 2020: New tax regime to hurt insurance space in the short term

Mumbai: All tax-free investment options will take a hit, if the new direct tax proposal is introduced and most (or all) taxpayers decide ...Read More

Long-term budget; doesn't address short-term concerns: India Inc

Long-term budget; doesn't address short-term concerns: India Inc

Mumbai: It was one of the longest budget speeches yet it was not able to address some of the issues concerning the economy. While India I...Read More

The mood is upbeat with Swedish companies in India

The mood is upbeat with Swedish companies in India

Like her predecessors, Anna Lekvall, Consul General of Sweden in Mumbai, plans to continue focussing on business, looking at India-Sweden...Read More

Maharashtra to have ten ropeways in next ten years

Maharashtra to have ten ropeways in next ten years

Tourism can be a great employment generator, only if supported with right policies. In an interview, Dilip Gawade, IAS, Director, Directo...Read More

Mumbai Marathon 2020: A serious message with a smile

Mumbai Marathon 2020: A serious message with a smile

Tulpule along with a group of clowns participated in the Tata Mumbai Marathon (TMM) to spread some important social messages with a pinch...Read More

Mumbai Marathon 2020:  Girls run to create awareness to save furry friends

Mumbai Marathon 2020: Girls run to create awareness to save furry friends

These young girls are from 11th grade. But their association with the NGO that works towards saving animals, In Defense of Animals (IDA),...Read More

Mumbai Marathon 2020: Vivaan Kapoor’s dad already a winner for him

Mumbai Marathon 2020: Vivaan Kapoor’s dad already a winner for him

Sumit has been running for over ten years, but it is the first time that his wife and son have come to see him participate.

Mumbai Marathon 2020: 83 just a number for Ajit Singh

Mumbai Marathon 2020: 83 just a number for Ajit Singh

Singh said, “I was attempting to complete my half marathon within three hours but it went to three hours and 10 minutes.

Niranjan Hiranandani

Reduce GST expect double digit growth by next June: Niranjan Hiranandani

Looking at the economic conditions, Hiranandani Group, Co-Founder and Managing Director

‘Proposed amendment of PFRDA Act in progress’

‘Proposed amendment of PFRDA Act in progress’

After interacting with the industry, Bandyopadhyay spoke to the media. He took time to answer a lot of queries that were raised.

Blending education and the Belt-Road initiative

Blending education and the Belt-Road initiative

This shows the acceptance level of various country governments, but China wants to go a step further and engage with experts and communit...Read More

Walk through this model village of China

Walk through this model village of China

While this is a model village backed by development and flourishing ecology; there is yet another interesting concept that the villagers

Zhili: China's biggest centre for children garments

Zhili: China's biggest centre for children garments

This is no ordinary shopping centre—the whole ground floor that has around 100 stores is only for kids’ clothing.

Cloud Town: Betting big on the future

Cloud Town: Betting big on the future

It also houses the Alibaba centre for quantum computing, appropriately called Apsara, named after the Chinese belief that Apsaras

Ningbo Port in China grew despite the prevailing economic slump

Ningbo Port in China grew despite the prevailing economic slump

A representative of the port said, "Our company has been affected slightly by what has been happening with the US.

'Countries have heart-to-heart connect with students'

'Countries have heart-to-heart connect with students'

‘Italy selects only students the best’STEFANIA COSTANZA, Consul General of Italy in MumbaiThere are about 5,000 Indian students studying ...Read More

Overseas countries feeding India’s medical practitioner’s needs

Overseas countries feeding India’s medical practitioner’s needs

To find an alternative to India’s need for doctors, an expert group gathered at The Free Press Journal (FPJ)- NMIMS University’s educatio...Read More

India will have to resume RCEP negotiations, says Chinese expert

India will have to resume RCEP negotiations, says Chinese expert

However, India had to take a call to safeguard its own interests – particular in agriculture especially in dairy farming.

China open to renegotiate terms of BRI: Chinese political commentator

China open to renegotiate terms of BRI: Chinese political commentator

Weiwei, who is a professor of China Institute, Fudan University, added China is always open for renegotiation for BRI.

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