Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina
From Politics & Policy Nov 01, 2012
Activist-turned politician Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday went on the offensive again, this time charging Reliance Industries (RIL) chairman Mukesh Ambani for making corporate profit moves in the development of natural gas fields in Andhra Pradesh.
From Politics & Policy Oct 28, 2012
The major revamp at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's Cabinet took place on Sunday, with 22 ministers being sworn in at a brief ceremony that marked the entry of younger Congressmen into the government.
From Tech Oct 24, 2012
Apple Inc on Tuesday unveiled a scaled-down version of its best selling iPad to the technology world, marking its first foray into the smaller-tablet segment.
From Politics & Policy Oct 24, 2012
Irked by the allegations of forging income tax records, Himachal Pradesh Congress unit chief Virbhadra Singh on Wednesday threatened media personnel who sought his reaction to the latest set of charges by the BJP.
From Health Oct 23, 2012
Hotel Hilton witnessed on Sept 21 one of the biggest healthcare events in the country where major nationally recognized awards were conferred at the 5th Pharmaleadership Annual Summit.
From Society Oct 19, 2012
Tensions flared at the Thiruvanthapuram airport in Kerala after a pilot sent a hijack alert on Friday morning.
From Companies Oct 17, 2012
HCL Technologies on Wednesday posted results of its fiscal first quarter ending September, reporting a 78 percent rise in net profit helped by higher contract wins.
From Politics & Policy Oct 12, 2012
Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal will stage a march protest towards the prime minister's residence on Friday, demanding the resignation of Law Minster Salman Kurshid over allegations of embezzling funds from his NGO.
From Politics & Policy Oct 04, 2012
The Indian government is set to push for a second round of big-ticket reforms on foreign direct investments (FDI) in the insurance and pension sectors, signalling the UPA's hope for a complete turnaround of the economy amid much opposition from political parties across the country.
From Economy Oct 03, 2012
Vanguard Group's switch to tracking the FTSE Group's benchmarks for six of its international index funds could benefit Brazil, Russia, India, and South Africa, but would be negative for the Chinese markets, JP Morgan estimated.