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India officially the Republic of India is a country in South Asia. Checkout this section for curated News, Articles & Videos related to India, reported worldwide by trusted media sources.

India officially the Republic of India is a country in South Asia. Checkout this section for curated News, Articles & Videos related to India, reported worldwide by trusted media sources.

News  »  Technology  /  Asia

Sequoia, GIC co-lead $160m round in Indian fintech firm Razorp...

In a bid to further fuel Razorpay's growth plans, the company is hiring over 600 employe...


News  »  World  /  Asia

India's daily COVID-19 cases rise by record 273,810

BENGALURU: India reported a record rise of 273,810 new COVID-19 infections on Monday (Apr 19), taking its overall case load past 15 million, second only to the United States globally. The country's deaths from COVID-19 also rose by a record 1,619...


News  »  Top Stories  /  India

LIC appoints Paytm to handle its e-payments

MUMBAI: LIC has appointed Paytm to facilitate digital payments. After tie-up with another payment gateway earlier, the insurance giant has sought a fresh contract as most of its payments shift to digital modes. The new contract requires a smoother...


News  »  Top Stories  /  India

Companies help workers get back to work after break

Career transition programmes for professionals who take a break are no longer restricted to women. What started as a platform offering second career opportunities to help women return to work are now increasingly being extended to men as well. Org...


News  »  Top Stories  /  India

6 sugar & cement stocks that can do well: Kohli

“We prefer Shree Cements, Dalmia Bharat and Ambuja Cement” says Daljeet Singh Kohli, CIO, Stockaxis.com. If somebody has to capitalise on the big trend centred around ethanol blending in India, apart from Praj, what are the other names?We are play...


News  »  Top Stories  /  India

Concerned, but better prepared than last yr: Cos

Companies said they are concerned about the current wave of the pandemic, but are better prepared than last year to handle any disruption. They want the governments, both central and state, to protect economic interests when taking steps to contai...


News  »  Top Stories  /  India

Survey shows the impact of workplace stress

Five in 10 employees feel that work stress has taken a toll on their personal relationships, finds a new survey.Mental health at the workplace has become one of the crucial factors to be considered during the pandemic, as the shift to remote work ...


News  »  World  /  India

No Case Against 4 Airlines, Seeking Legal Opinion On Issue: De...

Delhi Police has said it has not registered a First Information Report (FIR) on the complaint of the Arvind Kejriwal-led government against four airlines for allegedly failing to check their...


News  »  World  /  Asia

Coronavirus: India records 1,500 deaths overnight; Japan consi...

More people were diagnosed with Covid-19 during the past seven days than in any other week since the start of the pandemic – and Asia has not been immune to the worrisome global trend, with India shouldering a surging caseload, Japan in its fourth...


News  »  World  /  India

2.73 Lakh Fresh Covid Cases, 1,619 Deaths In New Record High F...

Hit by the second Covid wave, India recorded 2,73,810 fresh infections and 1,619 deaths in new record high, taking the caseload to 1.5 crore. Over 1.78 lakh people have died so far. This is the fifth...


News  »  Top Stories  /  India

Constrained fiscal capacity can hit India: WB

India has a more constrained fiscal capacity and limited room on the monetary policy side as it battles a second Covid-19 wave, said Carmen Reinhart, chief economist of the World Bank Group, suggesting a less extreme lockdown in view of the countr...


News  »  Top Stories  /  India

RIL remains lacklustre sans fresh triggers: Khemka

The earnings growth momentum which was missing for the last few years that got kick started because of the pandemic in FY21 and should only improve from here on. It should lead to steady market growth in the years to come, says Siddhartha Khemka, ...


News  »  Top Stories  /  India

Global chip shortage is making industries sweat

Dan Rozycki, president of a small engineering firm, worries about what a global semiconductor shortage could mean for curing concrete.Rozycki’s company, Transtec Group in Austin, Texas, sells small sensors that are placed where concrete is poured ...


News  »  World  /  Asia

India's electric vehicles face practical, technical hurdles

NEW DELHI: HS Panno, an independent contractor living in a spacious two-story penthouse in New Delhi, had his doubts when he bought his first electric car in September. So far, he's pleased with his savings on gas and maintenance, which are down ...


News  »  Health

5 Light (And Healthy) Indian Summer Breakfast Recipes You Woul...

These recipes use a slew of fresh ingredients, some seasonal, some evergreen. Most importantly, these are all popular Indian recipes we are all a fan of alrea...