Future this month had told Indian exchanges it was unable to pay ₹3,500 crore to its lenders on Dec 31 as it could not sell small stores.
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Government to float Eol for IDBI Bank by June-end
Currently, it enjoys certain relaxations being a state-run bank
Govt schools get 'happy' feedback
National survey finds most students of govt schools like going for classes and feel safe
Compete with China to keep world order, says US state secy Blinken
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on Thursday for vigorous competition with China to preserve the existing global order but said the United States did not seek a "Cold War."
Akhilesh Yadav picks ally Jayant as RS candidate
Javed Ali Khan to be party's third candidate for the upper house
Soon, visitors can 'immerse' in history & heritage at site museums
THE Archeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to take a giant leap towards converting museum visits into an interactive and immersive experience.
Parts of Srinagar remain shut for 2nd day, police arrest 10 for stone-pelting
FOR the second consecutive day, parts of Srinagar observed shutdown over the life sentence awarded by the NIA court to separatist leader and JKLF chairman Yasin Malik.
Modi terms KCR a 'superstitious person'
PM dismisses TRS as a 'family party', expresses hope that BJP will come to power in T'gana after next elections
Bengal proposes to make CM chancellor of varsities
THE West Bengal cabinet on Thursday approved a proposal to appoint Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as the chancellor of all state government universities.
Fiercest battle rages in east, says Ukraine
4 civilians die in Donetsk shelling, another four in Kharkiv; Moscow accuses West of stopping grain-carrying vessels
'BJP, CONG PLAYING FRIENDLY MATCHES': BJP VETERAN JOINS AAP
JAGMAL Vala, a prominent BJP leader from the religious hub Somnath in Junagadh district joined the Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday. Vala had met Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi a few days ago.
Genetic testing companies promise they can predict an embryo’s probable future health. Some parents don’t want to stop there
You may consider yourself an average golfer, but odds are you're not at least as far as clubs are concerned.
My Favorite Cigar
Cigar aficionados describe their smoke of choice
Where's the strangest place you've run into a co-worker outside of the studio?
The Money Game: Scott Galloway
Buy Now. Pay (and Pay, and Pay, and Pay) Later. The bill for the finance hack of the pandemic is coming due-for all of us.
CONGRESS DIVES INTO UFOS, BUT NO SIGNS OF EXTRATERRESTRIALS
Congress held its first hearing in half a century on unidentified flying objects. And no, there is still no government confirmation of extraterrestrial life.
BUILD BACKS BETTER
In a scoliosis market where treatments have changed little since the 1970s, even new brace technology shows how far we still have to go
Stop Losing Your Stuff
Can't find your keys again? Cognitive experts can help you stop searching (and stressing).
HERE IS EXACTLY WHAT your dad wishes HE COULD TELL YOU
We asked dads to reveal how they really feel (yep, even in the trickiest sitches)—and they delivered. Read on for heartfelt confessions *and* practical advice...
Cut the Carb
Keto. Low-Carb. Banting. The simple—but challenging—act of cutting out carbs has taken on many forms over the past decade. While advocates for these various diets squabble over which moniker can hold dominion over this breadless, pasta-less realm, the reality is that cutting carbs is here to stay. But we're not leaving you stranded here alone, far from it. Author of End Your Carb Confusion Dr. Eric C. Westman, and chef Scott Parker, author of End Your Carb Confusion: The Cookbook, are here to help you cut through the bad science, bad dishes and bad advice to serve up the real deal in three phases.