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Make in India
The ban of 59 Chinese apps has opened gates for homegrown apps. While you are missing Tik Tok, we bring you a list of five Indian alternatives that you can try
It may be convenient to rely upon China to provide lithium-ion battery cells and battery packs to support our electric and climate goals in the near-term, but we do so at our own peril. It is our future. Just as China has, we must assume responsibility for ourselves.
The Union and state governments have launched applications to fight the pandemic
Coronavirus: Perform These 14 Yoga Asanas and Stand United with PM Narendra Modi in Fighting This Pandemic
Yoga has always been India's way to perform fitness for ages. Its lockdown time and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is here for the rescue
While fast fashion has in use the forefront chain and everybody is tirelessly stockpiling on one style after another, there are a few viable fashion hacks seeking to change the game for better
In 2014, the Indian government started 'Make in India' scheme to bolster the industrial sector expansion rate to 12-14 per cent per annum. Indian corporates need to set the parameters to recover and achieve their destined goal.
Did you know that the word 'potato' comes from the Spanish word "Patata"?
Economists have had a massive collision on trade policy, and they offer a sturdy foundation for free trade and for elimination of trade blockades. Though the intention of a trade accord is to ease up trade, the actual supplies are heavily shaped by conjugal and global political realities
Ruma Devi is an ideal example of having the courage to break the traditional bondage and being the empowering rural fashion icon
Entrepreneur India brings you the story of five businesswomen who have made their dream a reality
76 percent of professionals are willing to give up a hike in salary for a better life and preferred city