India's 2014-15 GDP growth pegged lower at 7.3%
The decline in growth is attributed to lower production in the agriculture sector in 2014-15, which has shown a lower growth rate of 0.2 per cent against the growth rate of 1.1 per cent in the advance estimates
Adani's Carmichael project faces aboriginal challenge
The mine is expected to extract four billion tonnes of coal during its operating life of approximately 90 years
Avago Technologies to acquire Broadcom Corp for $37 bn
The combined company would be the third-largest US semiconductor maker by revenue, behind Intel and Qualcomm
Google hopes to gobble up e-comm giants with 'buy' button
If Google manages to bring online buyers on its website, it could stop users and advertising revenues from flowing into e-commerce sites like Amazon, Flipkart and Alibaba
Venezuela inks $14-bn oil deal with Russia's Rosneft
Rosneft has already invested $1.8 billion in Venezuela and expects its oil production to increase five-fold to 8 million tonnes per annum
Researchers bust myths of Jihadi brides
The idea that most young women are joining ISIS and other extremist groups simply to become 'jihadi brides', is a myth, new research claims
Teva settles US antitrust charges for $1.2 bn
The world's biggest generic drug maker Israel's Teva Pharmaceutical Industries has agreed to settle US antitrust charges for illegally blocking competition to its blockbuster sleep-disorder drug Provigil
Genetically engineered virus shown to ''cure'' patients of skin cancer
T-VEC is a modified form of herpes simplex virus type-1 which multiplies inside cancer cells and bursts them from within
Union Budget: 2015-16
Economic Survey : 2014-15

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