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National security is a punching bag for Congress: PM

  CHENNAI, PRIME Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday launched a blistering attack on Congress party, saying national security and defence sector were either a punching bag or a funding source for it. Modi’s attack on the Opposition party ca

  • Sericulture can reduce farm distress in Vid, Marathwada: Minister

      Business Bureau, Maharashtra Cooperative, Textile and Marketing Minister Subhash Deshmukh on Saturday said that sericulture has the potential to reduce farm distress in the regions like Marathwada and Vidarbha where scanty rainfall is a big cha

  • MICON 2018 by RCOEM, CII & UDC, USA concludes

      Business Bureau, MANAGEMENT International Conference (MICON) 2018 on ‘Emerging Trends in Human Resource Management’ jointly organised by Department of Management Technology (DMT), Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Managemen

  • Winter collection at Milton Fashion Mall well received

      Business Bureau, CENTRAL India’s renowned and trusted brand Milton Fashion Shopping Mall has always been the favourite shopping destination with exclusive wide variety on all sorts of clothing brands and accessories.  Milton Fashion

  • ‘Need to reduce public debt over next 4-5 years’

      The Indian economy has a large overhang of public debt and there is a need to focus on reducing this in the next 4-5 years, Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said on Saturday. Pointing out that fiscal deficit is moving towards the

  • ICAD’s NEET Rank Booster Test Series from Jan 6

      Business Bureau, ICAD’s ‘Rank Booster Programme’ (Test Series) for NEET-UG 2019 will be starting from January 6, 2019 and six tests will be conducted till first Sunday of February. And after 12th Board exam it will continue wi

  • Maruti Suzuki India’s ‘Grand December Carnival’ to end today

      Business Bureau, MARUTI Suzuki India Limited (MSIL), the leading car manufactueres in the country, is conducting Grand December Carnival here in the city. The mega event is going on at All Saint’s Church Ground, Sadar. The event wuill co

  • IGNOU MBA, B Ed entrance test today

      INDIRA Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will be conducting entrance tests for its management programmes (Openmat-XLV) and B Ed programme on December, 16 at 10 am. The test will be held simulteniously at 98 examination centres across India

  • Baidyanath Life Sciences’ ‘Pain Relief Week’ till December 31

      BAIDYANATH Life Sciences is conducting Pain Relief Week betwee December 2 and 31 for Vaat Rog, Spondylitis, Arthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, joint pain muscle pain, Sciatica etc. The Pain Relief Week has been conducted in its Civil Lines Centre.

  • Good response to Kashmir Village Arts & Craft expo

      KASHMIR Village Arts and Craft Exhibition-cum-sale is getting overwhelming response from customers. The exhibition is giving an opportunity to the every Handicraft lover to see innovative and attractive products. Special attraction of the expo i

  • Merger of BoB, Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank unwarranted: AIBEA

      Business Bureau, The All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) which has called for a nation-wide strike on December 26 opposing the merger of Bank of Baroda, Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank, on Saturday said the move was unwarranted as it would n

  • Dr Daud’s presentation on innovation at VIA

      Business Bureau, The Entrepreneurship Forum of Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA) will organise a presentation on ‘Innovation focused organization must for long term survival’ at VIA Hall, Udyog Bhawan, Civil Lines, Nagpur on Dec

  • ‘Give best training to manage worst situation’

     Air Vice-Marshal  Nikhil Ramesh Chitnis  Business Bureau, WITH change happening at a very fast pace, the role of HR manager has gained importance as he is entrusted with bringing best HRM practices for the success of the organisation.

  • Kirana merchants oppose amendment in Adulteration of Food Act

      Business Bureau, MAHARASHTRA Government has recently taken out GR wherein those who will be discovered doing adulteration in food would be penalised under the relevant sections of IPC. The traders would have to face life imprisonment. Shiv Prat

  • Jewellers see silver lining in January 2019

      Business Bureau, The month of December is believed to be one of the best seasons for jewellers. The Sarafa Bazaars see sizable customers during this time and gold and silver ornaments enjoy huge demand. But surprisingly, the common trend in mis

  • ‘Quality and efficiency are need of hour’

      Business Bureau, WITH every radical change in industrial revolution, shelf life of change is declining, which has led to a do or die situation for the country and industry. This was the common consensus of the panellists while talking on &lsquo

  • ‘Training must to cope with new trends’

      Business Bureau, A PROACTIVE approach needs to be adopted by the industries while dealing with the workforce. Unions as well as organisations need to work together. This was the common thought of the panel consisting of G V Jagtap, Sr Division

  • ‘Cos should adapt to changes in economy’

                    Ranjan Mishra            Hakimuddin Ali  Business Bureau, RANJAN Mishra, Senior Vice-President, Human Resources, Vodafone-Idea Limited presented the keynote add

  • Nov records lowest PE volume: Study

      Business Bureau, PRIVATE equity investments witnessed in November a declining trend both in value and volume terms with 39 deals worth around USD 500 million, says a report. According to the Grant Thornton report, PE deal tally from January to

  • ‘Maha Reshim Abhiyaan 2019’ today

      Maharashtra Government will be launching ‘Maha Reshim Abhiyaan 2019’ on December 15 at Dr Vasantrao Deshopande Hall at 11 am. It will be inauguarated at the hands of Subash Deshmukh, Maharashtra Minister for Textiles. Chandrashekar

  • Well-defined CSR strategy has advantages: Report

    A WELL-DEFINED CSR strategy has several advantages in the long-term and leads to strategic competitive advantages, Associate Director of Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise at the Indian School of Business (ISB), Nupur Pavan Bang has said. A

  • Onion prices rise as supply trims

      Business Bureau, THE supply of onions that was coming from major producing areas has drastically dropped resulting in prices shooting up in the wholesale market. “The supply of old onion crop is almost exhausted and only a small quantity