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  • For Granite Tiles And Kitchens, Miners In India Risk Death, Says Report

    For Granite Tiles And Kitchens, Miners In India Risk Death, Says Report

    CHENNAI: Six out of 10 labourers toiling in quarries for granite for tiles, fireplaces and kitchen counters around the world are working in dangerous conditions to repay huge loans, charities mapping the hidden supply chain said on Wednesday. Governments are among the buyers of granite from India, one of the world’s largest exporters of the rock,...

  • Sensex Edges Higher; IT, Pharma Stocks Lead Gains

    Sensex Edges Higher; IT, Pharma  Stocks Lead Gains

    IT stocks were among the top gainers with Infosys rising as much as 3 percent after a group of institutional investors asked the company to bring former CEO Nandan Nilekani back on to its board.

  • Infosys Rises Over 2% On Reports Co-Founder Nilekani May Return To Board

    Infosys Rises Over 2% On Reports Co-Founder Nilekani May Return To Board

    Nilekani is set to become Infosys' non-executive chairman in the next few days, the Times of India newspaper reported, adding he would come for a predetermined period with the aim to achieve a series of goals including hiring a new CEO.

  • Snake Catchers Of Tamil Nadu Excited To Get 'Dream Homes'

    TIRUVANNAMALAI: As Devi and Selvam cut across the fields of Tiruvannamalai to reach their hut in Embalam village in Tamil Nadu, the young couple stop transfixed outside an unfinished house. “In a few months, this will be our home,” said Devi, a stone quarry labourer who is aged in her late 20s. “For the first time we will live in a house whe...

  • Rain Gods Disappoint As Deficit Widens To 6%

    Rain Gods Disappoint As Deficit Widens To 6%

    This has stoked concerns about the production of summer-sown crops.

  • Experts Hail Triple Talaq Verdict, Call It Victory For Muslim Women

    Mumbai: The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled instant Triple Talaq unconstitutional, saying the government will need to frame a new law. Muslim women have long argued that the law, which allows Muslim men to divorce their wives simply by uttering the word “talaq” three times, including by Skype and WhatsApp, violated their right to equality. The...

  • Investors Want Former CEO Nandan Nilekani To Return To Infosys Board

    Investors Want Former CEO Nandan Nilekani To Return To Infosys Board

    The group of institutions, who have signed the letter to the Infosys board, together own roughly 10 percent of the company's shares, according to Thomson Reuters data.

  • Cabinet Speeds Up State Bank Mergers

    Cabinet Speeds Up State Bank Mergers

    Cabinet approves proposal to set up ministerial panel which will oversee the consolidation.

  • Vedanta Resources' June Quarter Core Earnings Rise 48%

    Vedanta Resources' June Quarter Core Earnings Rise 48%

    The company reported an 84 per cent jump in mined metal content, composed mainly of zinc.

  • Asia Steadies After Rally, Dollar Buoyant Before Jackson Hole

    Asia Steadies After Rally, Dollar Buoyant Before Jackson Hole

    The dollar was buoyant against the euro and yen ahead of a meeting of central bankers later in the week.

  • Despite Rescue, Bonded Workers Battle ‘Captivity Mentality’

    Chennai: After his rescue from abuse and overwork as a bonded labourer in a brick kiln, Shanmugam Paneer has set up his own business making household items from bamboo. But the lifeless monotone he uses to describe his five-year ordeal betrays an inner struggle to move on. “For many, the process of coming out with the truth is far more painful th...

  • Pfizer Gets Pneumonia Vaccine Patent In Blow To Aid Group

    Pfizer Gets Pneumonia Vaccine Patent In Blow To Aid Group

    It's a big victory for the US drugmaker in a market that has the world's largest number of pneumonia cases.

  • Battling Century's Worst Drought, Tamil Nadu Farmers Revive Traditional Grains

    Battling Century's Worst Drought, Tamil Nadu Farmers Revive Traditional Grains

    THIRUTHURAIPOONDI, TAMIL NADU: For Nel Jayaraman, the realisation that hybrid seeds, chemical fertilisers and pesticides were making farmers more vulnerable to extreme weather came slowly. In fields near the town of Thiruthuraipoondi in Tamil Nadu, Mr Jayaraman saw yields falling and farmers’ debt rising as their reliance on modern seeds and pes...

  • Love Is In The Air: India Gets Its First LGBT Radio Show

    Love Is In The Air: India Gets Its First LGBT Radio Show

    Mumbai: Outspoken gay rights activist Harish Iyer is used to fighting for equal rights but over the last month he has turned into a messenger of love. He is the host of “Gaydio“, the first radio show dedicated to lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) issues in the country, where homosexuality is still a taboo and gay sex can be punishe...

  • Unequal Land Ownership At Root Of Caste Violence, Says Dalit Writer Sujatha Gidla

    Unequal Land Ownership At Root Of Caste Violence, Says Dalit Writer Sujatha Gidla

    Mumbai: Education alone will not lift millions of lower-caste Indians out of poverty and oppression as long as land in the country is in the hands of a powerful few, according to a Dalit writer whose memoir chronicles her family’s struggles against caste. Caste-based discrimination was banned in India in 1955, but centuries-old biases persist, ...

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