Let awareness and science help women move past the stigma associated with breast cancer. Rajesh Jain
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is on the cusp of a great success in the Jain Hawala case of the mid 90s with more than half a dozen accused pleading guilty in the court for milder sentences. Rajesh Ahuja reports.
The AgustaWestland deal is now part of more than three dozen defence related probes that have been entrusted to the CBI since the UPA government began its tenure in May 2004 and it's a story of more misses than hits when it comes to take these probes to logical conclusion. Rajesh Ahuja reports.
High growth rate in the agriculture sector in the state, coupled with an adequate monsoon, have made Madhya Pradesh an attractive market for farm equipment manufacturers.
Not just for the sequels and the remakes Hindi films are known to have a plethora of titles shared by more than one film over the decades.And the current trend of using a lot of English titles is as much an option to bypass this shortfall in inspiration as it is to be "contemporary" and global.
Frodo: “I wish the ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened.” Gandalf: “So do all who live to see such times, but that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.” — From the movie, Lord of the Rings
The recent poolside fashion show held by designer Payal Jain at Hyatt Regency in the Capital, drew inspiration from the romantic and extravagant costumes of the 50s.
Given the limitation of inferior civic infrastructure in Gurgaon, the corporate citizens of this booming town have an ocean of hopes and they believe that the city has the potential to outshine any other city in the world.
Hindustan Times has been championing the cause of development of Gurgaon and the NCR region. In the past, HT has actively campaigned for issues through ‘Gurgaon Collapsing’. Now ‘Gurgaon First’ is a step further where we highlight issues and suggest solutions for the same. HT has conducted an extensive survey of 3,000 respondents to give a voice to Gurgaon residents. Towards the solution end, a CEO conclave is being organised on July 20 at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Gurgaon.
Mahindra Satyam surged over 10 per cent amid reports that the company is in advanced stages of resolving the tax dispute with its British client Upaid.
Bharti Airtel share surged nearly 7 per cent in the morning trade on the BSE today, after completion of the $10.7-billion acquisition of Zain's Africa operations.
The ongoing European crisis has shifted foreign institutional investors' interest from risky equity markets to relatively safer debt market instruments.
A fashion gala to showcase 12 creations shortlisted by the Fashion Design Council of India for the World of Wearable (WOW) Art 2010.
Bharti Airtel, the country's largest private telecom company, today fell by one per cent on the Bombay Stock Exchange, a day after the company announced entering into "definitive agreements" with Kuwait-based Zain Telecom to acquire the latter's African assets.
All-round buying driven by a rally on the metals, realty, consumer durables and banking counters, triggered by strong global trends, helped the benchmark Sensex erase yesterday's sharp loses and surge 333 points today.
In the absence of any trigger to move the market, the Dalal Street is likely to remain lacklustre this week, say analysts.
Shares of IT companies on Tuesday gained over three per cent in the morning trade buoyed by good quarterly results of Infosys, despite a weak broader market.
In the week ahead, the Dalal Street is likely to witness volatile trading sessions, with mostly a downward bias in the
first half, on uncertain global cues amid lack of any significant advices at home, says analysts.
Foreign investment in the Indian stock markets may cross $ 10 billion-mark by the end of this month as a hefty $ 9.8 billion (Rs 47,674 crore) have already been poured into the bourses by overseas entities so far this year, analysts feel.