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India’s pvt credit-to-GDP ratio lowest among peers

Addressing a virtual event organised by the Global Alliance for Mass Entrepreneurship (GAME), Kant said credit scenario in India in recent years for a greater part has been seen as a drag on the economy.

Laws against animal cruelty need to be stricter: Amjor Chandran

All animals have the right to live just like us. In many countries, including India, there are strict laws against animal cruelty.

Chicken soup for the soul

Try this delicious dish that will warm your body with rich flavours

India returns detained Chinese soldier: China

New Delhi on Monday said it had detained Wang after he crossed into Indian-controlled territory in the harsh mountainous area of Ladakh.

Indsom Chamber Of Commerce set up in Hyderabad

Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of the Industries and Commerce and IT, said the Telangana govt would support the Indsom Chamber Of Commerce in promoting trade and commerce

World has lot riding on India and China: Jaishankar

In an online interaction at a CII summit, Jaishankar said there are "problems" between the two countries which are "well laid out"

AP reports 3,963 new COVID-19 cases, 52 deaths in a day

None of the fresh cases reported in the last 24 hours ending 9 am on Saturday have travel history to other states or countries,

World population likely to shrink after 2064: Lancet

The study forecasts global, regional, and national populations, mortality, fertility, and migration for 195 countries worldwide.

Indian girl creates iOS app to help people shun suffering in silence

"People are facing lots of mental health issues in this pandemic time like depression and I would love to contribute to develop an app that can help people maintain their mental health."

WHO warns of COVID-19 ‘second peak’ as lockdowns ease

The stark warning comes as countries around the world start to gradually ease lockdown restrictions, allowing shops to reopen and larger groups of people to gather

India rolls out ‘Vande Bharat Mission’ to bring back Indians stranded abroad

India has been under lockdown since March 25 and it will be in force till May 17 after two extensions in a bid curb the spread of the coronavirus.

64 flights to bring Indians stranded abroad, from May 7 to May 13

Civil Aviation Minister Hardip Singh Puri says that out of the total 64 flights, 7 from six countries will arrive in Telangana bringing a total number of 1,750 passengers

Lockdown: Lakhs of litres of beer may go waste

Liquor worth Rs 700 cr 'stuck' in northern States; Centre urged to allow microbreweries to start take-away facility

Regular health screening for stranded foreigners in Telangana

Embassies of different countries making necessary arrangements to help their citizens fly back home

790 foreign returnees identified in Nirmal: Collector

Collector requested the citizens to extend their support in implementing the lockdown

10 COVID-19 suspects go missing in Ludhiana

A total of 480 people returned from various countries in Ludhiana district but whereabouts of 10 of them are not known, says official

Trump will encourage India, Pak to resolve differences: US Administration

"President will urge both countries to seek to maintain peace and stability along the line of control."

G20 funds fossil fuels $30 billion a year under the radar: analysis

"It's reckless and reprehensible for any government to still be providing billions in public finance for oil, gas and coal."

Iran calls for unity to expel US troops from Middle East

The Syrian official also thanked Iran for its support in eradicating terrorism in Syria and called for strengthening economic and trade relations at a time when Iranian companies are seeking huge contracts to rebuild the Arab country.

US embassy in Baghdad urges citizens to ‘depart Iraq immediately’

"US citizens should depart via airline while possible, and failing that, to other countries via land," the embassy said in a statement.

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