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Globalisation tripled India GDP but workers have been left out: Economist

Globalisation has tripled India’s GDP in a generation but workers in the country have been left out, eminent economist and laureate Eric Maskin said on...

Tremendous scope for India-US cooperation in health technology and pharma, says expert

As the US government steps up assistance to India in its battle against a deadly wave of the COVID-19, an Indian public healthcare expert has...

Public healthcare expert recommends new Covid-19 vaccine strategy for India | India News

WASHINGTON: As India experiences a new wave of Covid-19 pandemic, an Indian public healthcare expert has called for adopting a “build, buy and jab” strategy...

Research shows early detection of colon cancer possible | India News

GUWAHATI: Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati (IIT-G), and Cotton University (CU) have achieved a major breakthrough by developing an automated system to...

IPO market: Dizzying valuations, IPO craze tick boxes on bubble checklist

By Vildana Hajric and Elena Popina The IPO market is manic. Stocks haven’t been this expensive since the dot-com era. The Nasdaq 100 has doubled...

Lawyers favor Joe Biden in campaign donations, including Donald Trump’s re-election firm

Lawyers at Jones Day, a firm that has earned millions of dollars as outside counsel to U.S. President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, have donated nearly...

View: Why Donald Trump’s supporter loved him

By Farah Stockman The Trump presidency has been such a five-alarm fire that many people are understandably consumed with trying to put out the flames...

US universities to waive SAT, take in students on past scores | India News

MUMBAI: At a time when students planning to go abroad are undecided between whether to take a gap year or study online by paying the...

India’s Feluda Covid-19 test cheaper, faster alternative to RT-PCR, say scientists | India News

NEW DELHI: More accurate than a rapid antigen test and almost as quick, India’s CRISPR ‘Feluda‘ Covid-19 test that changes colour on detection of the...

Sending back foreign students is bad for everyone. Especially US

By Vivek Wadhwa & Alex SalkeverWhat if Sundar Pichai was deported while studying at Stanford? Would he have become Google CEO? We can ask this...

COVID-19 death toll in US could hit 200,000-mark by September: Indian-American professor

NEW YORK: The total death toll in the US from the novel coronavirus pandemic could hit the grim figure of 200,000 by September and expecting...

Millions escaped poverty; coronavirus is pulling them back

She was just 12 when she dropped out of school and began clocking in for endless shifts at one of the garment factories springing up...