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Strengthening Career Post Motherhood

BY ADITI ROY Renewing your career after motherhood is a challenging milestone; one that presents several dilemmas for women as professionals. Quite often it is the...

Demanding Targets Make Employees Sleep Less Than 6 Hours : Assocham

Nearly 56 percent of corporate employees in India sleep less than six hours a day due to high-stress levels that arise out of tough...

As per Assocham, the Indian economy may reach 7% in 2018

Because of demonitisation, the economy may reach 7% in 2018: Assocham Inflation may range between 4-5.5 per cent towards the second half of...

A welcome step for women empowerment laws, soon to be introduced law will help to prevent women’s abuse in NRI marriages: Rakesh Srivastava

Efforts are required for training and skill up-gradation of women in traditional, new and emerging areas to promote women's employment In November the...

Women in the work sector: Not much has changed

New Delhi: According to a survey conducted recently, women tend to quit their jobs more often than men especially the ones who are working in the...

Assocham: Stark ‘Digital Divide’ among states

New Delhi: On the basis of telephone connections for every 100 individuals, business chamber Assocham said that there exists a wide 'Digital Divide' between...

Vast “digital divide” exists among states: Assocham

New Delhi: There exists a stark "digital divide" among states, with Delhi having the highest score of 238 percent while Bihar and Assam lag...

Assocham: Country’s economy to improve within six months

New Delhi: According to Assocham Bizcon Survey, the state of country's economy would improve in the coming six months but investments in the private sector...

Rice prices may increase more: Assocham

New Delhi: With India experiencing spiralling pulse-prices, Assocham on Sunday called for close monitoring of food prices, warning that rice prices may soon reach "boiling...

Investment declined in Jharkhand: Assocham

  Ranchi: Investors' confidence in Jharkhand has been shaken over the years, according to a study released by Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India...

Import duty on edible oils hiked by 5 percent

New Delhi: In a bid to protect its domestic industry, India on Friday hiked the import duty on edible oils by 5 percent. The Central...

PM to meet India Inc today amid global turmoil: 10 Developments

By NewsGram Staff Writer In a bid to deliberate on recent developments in the global economic scenario and the opportunities it presents before India, Prime Minister Narendra...

Modi Vs Nitish: Will Bihar citizenry filter out the truth or get stuck in the political jumla?

By Sreyashi Mazumdar "By the skilful and sustained use of propaganda, one can make the people see even heaven as hell or an extremely wretched life as...

Rupee to remain volatile in the midst of Greek crisis, says Arvind Subramanian

By NewsGram Staff Writer The Indian government on Monday said it was closely monitoring the Greek situation and euro market movements after austerity proposals by...

Need to establish private military-industry complex, says former president APJ Abdul Kalam

By NewsGram Staff Writer Former president A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, on Thursday, stressed the need to establish a military-industrial complex involving large private industries, with a view...

UP attracts 6.9 lakh crore investment

By Newsgram Staff Writer Uttar Pradesh has attracted an investment of Rs 6.9 lakh crore in the last two years and an additional sum of...

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Childhood Trauma May Affect Motherhood Timing: Study

Women who have experienced childhood trauma become mothers earlier than those with a more stable childhood environment, according to a new study. The findings, published...