Indian economy witnessing V-shaped recovery due to Govt’s all-round efforts amid COVID-19: Rajnath Singh

India oi-Deepika S | Published: Saturday, May 14, 2022, 22:04 [IST] New Delhi, May 14: Defense Minister Rajnath Singh addressed a workshop on financial market organized by the Lucknow branch of Central India Regional Council (CIRC) of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh on May 14, 2022. The workshop was … Read more

Explained: The fertiliser challenge | Explained News,The Indian Express

Ahead of kharif sowing, due to begin next month, India faces the challenge of meeting its requirement of fertilisers, supply of which has been disrupted in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. While the government has maintained that there will be no fertiliser shortage for the upcoming season, the challenges include securing supply from … Read more

The good cop | The Indian Express

“The station-house officer will sometimes bush up a case on payment of his terms; he will receive presents from parties and their witnesses… Suspects and innocent persons are bullied and into giving information they are supposed to possess. The police officer, owing to want of detective ability or to indolence, directs his efforts to procure … Read more

Australia: Australia slowly bouncing back as campus destination for Indian students | India News

Hritish Kakati had a keen interest in sports and sports management since high school at Delhi Public School, Ghaziabad. When planning his higher education pathway, he found that Indian universities didn’t have much to offer in terms of infrastructure facilities and student experience for sports related courses. A bachelor in business, sports management, at Deakin … Read more

A stage for change | The Indian Express

A stage for new beginnings, vocabulary, experiments, explorations and expressions… this was the vision with which Tagore Theater was given a form and shape. India’s first modern city needed a space for creative, social and political dialogues, and a platform for young men and women to express their practices. And Tagore Theater in Sector 18 … Read more

Sunday Long Reads: The success of South Indian films, learning to be comfortable in one’s own skin, Abhay K’s ode to nature, and more

Is the success of recent films from the south teaching Bollywood a lesson or two in positioning and storytelling? “Movies from the south are gold at the box office”. “Bollywood has forgotten how to make movies.” These two statements have been tossed out so frequently during the last six months, that even hardened sceptics have … Read more

Mother’s Day: iMumz to Parentune, three Indian apps to make one’s motherhood journey easier

Motherhood can often bring a host of anxieties of both moms-to-be and those who have just become mothers. But in this age where many of us rely on the internet for advice and help, the challenge for many Indian mothers is to find platforms that give reliable advice, tailored to our cultural sensitivities. Here’s a … Read more

Reliance Q4 net up 22.5 pc; 1st Indian co to cross USD 100 bn annual revenue

Billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Ltd on Friday reported a 22.5 per cent rise in net profit for the quarter ended March on the back of bumper oil refining margins, steady growth in telecom and digital services and strong momentum in the retail business. The oil-to-retail-to-telecom conglomerate’s consolidated net profit rose to Rs 16,203 crore … Read more

NYIFF 2022: Five debut Indian films to watch at the New York festival

In 2001, two months after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York, when the city’s then “mayor Rudy Giuliani had called upon arts organizations to instead hold events so people would come out of sitting locked up inside their homes”, the arts organization Indo-American Arts Council birthed a film festival, the New York Indian Film … Read more

How Indian football can make the best of Kerala’s Santosh Trophy win

Abandoned by his parents, Bibin Ajayan grew up at a foster home in Aluva, Kochi. He picked up football there, got spotted by local coaches, moved to Bokaro where he polished his skills and returned to Kochi to play in the Kerala Premier League for Golden Threads, a football club that eventually became his home. … Read more