- Smoking causes one in 10 deaths worldwide: study
- India needs to strengthen its anti-doping system first
- ‘Point-of-sale devices set for five-fold growth’
- ‘Use restraint in using Article 142’
- Rajya Sabha also clears 4 GST Bills
- India, Russia seal deal on Kudankulam Unit 1
- Centre to seek parliament nod for RDA
- Over 62% customers face call drops, says government survey
- FMCG is highest paying sector in India: Randstad
- H-1B visa guidance may lead to an increase in litigation
According to the Global Burden of Disease report, 50% of the deaths attributable to tobacco use occured in China, India, USA, and Russia in 2015.
India ranking third for the third consecutive time in the list of countries with anti-doping rule violations (ADRVs) record for 2015.
According to a report, the number of point of sale (PoS) devices installed in the country is likely to increase five-fold to 76 lakh in the next five years.
The highway liquor ban imposed by the Supreme Court was raised by senior advocate K.K. Venugopal as an instance of the Supreme Court flexing its extraordinary constitutional powers to do more harm than the good it intended.
The Rajya Sabha passed four Bills essential for the rollout of the Goods and Services Tax, the deadline for which is July 1. The Lok Sabha had passed these Bills on March 29.
India has taken over full operational control of Unit 1 of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP).
India’s first rail regulator will initially be set up through an executive order
The Centre said over 62% of the 2.20 lakh subscribers that it surveyed complained of call drops.
Employees of fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry receive the highest salaries in India at ₹11.3 lakh a year as the average annual cost-to-company (CTC) across all levels and functions, according to a survey by human service providers, Randstad.
The U.S. government’s new guidance for issuing H-1B visa, which allows technology firms to hire skilled overseas workers, may lead to increased litigation.