Sri Lanka finalising talks to reacquire oil tanks leased to India: Minister

Since 2003, the Lanka IOC, the Sri Lankan subsidiary of India’s oil major Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), has the leasing rights to 99 tanks at the facility for a period

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Japan aims to put a person on the moon by late 2020s

According to the draft schedule of the plan, Japan aims to put the first non-American on the moon as part of the Artemis programme, a U.S.-led initiative that aims to

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ITC, Infosys among 6 stocks that are in buy zone ahead of the New Year

The stock market is in a consolidation phase and the trend is likely to continue amid rising cases of Omicron variant of coronavirus and heavy selling by foreign investors. But

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Pandemic prognosis: Where does it go from here?

One nightmare scenario envisions the Covid pandemic left to rage out of control amid a steady barrage of new variants, even as a separate strain sparks a parallel pandemic. Confusion

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Low FII activity may spark Santa Rally on D-Street, shows history

In the past ten years, Nifty has borne witness to this peculiar surge seven out of 10 times. Interestingly, the years with a Santa Claus Rally have been followed by

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India’s monetary policy financially inclusive by design: RBI Deputy Governor Patra

​​ Financial inclusion appears to have gone up, with the level of the RBI’s financial inclusion index rising from 49.9 in March 2019 to 53.1 in March 2020 and further

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Japan plans record defence spending in 2022 with 10th straight annual increase

The higher spending plan follows a meeting in April between U.S. President Joe Biden and Japan’s then-premier Yoshihide Suga, in which Suga pledged to strengthen his country’s defence capability in

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What is latest internet threat Log4j? How bad it is and what’s at stake

A common example of Log4j at work is when you type in or click on a bad web link and get a 404 error message.Did you miss our previous article…

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Over 25,000 compliances reduced so far: DPIIT Secretary

To further improve ease of living and doing business, the DPIIT is conducting a National Workshop on the “Next Phase of Reforms for Reducing Compliance Burden” on December 22. The

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Why a Chinese company dominates Electric Car batteries

CATL has given China a commanding lead in electric car batteries, a technology central to the broader green revolution. The company already supplies batteries to almost all of the world’s

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