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Vedanta to invest $2.3 bn on oil and gas, increase reserve base by 375 mn barrels

Vedanta Limited has said it will be investing USD 2.3 billion towards capex on its oil and gas activities in the ‘near term’ to increase the reserve base by around 375 million barrels.

Jio GigaFiber Preview Offer details leaked: Here is what users will get

Ahead of the formal rollout of Jio GigaFiber in India, Reliance Jio is expected to launch a ‘Jio GigaFiber Preview Offer’ for its users.

India will be back on 7.5% plus growth track this fiscal, says former CEC Arvind Virmani

India’s economic growth seems to be back on a recovery path and the country will be on a firm 7.5 per cent plus growth track this fiscal, former chief economic advisor Arvind Virmani said today.

Indian aviation market posts highest growth in May in Asia Pacific region: ACI

India led the Asia Pacific region in posting the highest growth in air passenger traffic in May at 13.3 per cent, said a global body representing airports worldwide.

About 2,000 CCIs not registered despite repeated calls, may face closure: WCD

About 2,000 CCIs across the country have not registered themselves with the government despite repeated calls by the Women and Child Development Ministry, a senior official has said, warning they may face closure if the non-compliance continued.

Lessons in ‘tehzeeb’ – from Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Eulogies have been written about the “tehzeeb” — a Urdu word translating into etiquette — politeness and political culture of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who died on August 16.

Trai consultation soon on traffic management practices for net neutrality

The telecom regulator will soon start consultation to recommend a framework for traffic management practices as well as structure and nuances of a multi-stakeholder body outlined in the net neutrality principles, according to a senior Trai official.

Lateral entry: Over 6000 private sector specialists apply for 10 joint secretary posts in govt

Over 6,000 candidates have shown interest in 10 posts of joint secretaries in the central government offered to private sector specialists as part of the Modi government’s bid to bring in fresh talent in bureaucracy, officials said today.

Oil Prices are down, prices at pumps aren’t!

It’s not just a looming global trade war. As I’ve written, not only will tariffs and retaliatory measures stifle the activity that normally stokes consumption, they’ll squeeze economies everywhere. That’s a good way to stifle demand.

Intel India trains 99,000 people in artificial intelligence

US chipmaker Intel has trained as many as 99,000 developers, students and professors in artificial intelligence (AI) in India since April 2017, against a target of 15,000 for the first year of its programme, according to the tech major.