Data Intelligence Unit
What is the BJP’s plan of action to avoid losing seats in the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls on June 10? Take a look.
The rising inflation has caused slowdown across the world. As a result, several agencies have trimmed their growth forecasts for India. The World Bank now reckons that the pace of growth will drop to 7.5 per cent from the earlier projection of 8 per cent.
Are retail investors losing interest in stock markets? Patience might be a virtue in these tough times
The Indian stock market has witnessed lakhs of new investors from Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In 2021-22, India’s bilateral trade with the GCC stood at nearly $154 billion and its trade deficit at around $67 billion. Here's why Gulf nations are crucial for India's economy.
There is a new summer cocktail of pollutants in Delhi, made not just of particulate pollution from winters, but also more harmful gases during the summer months this year.
The daily Covid case count continues to go up and has crossed the 4,000 level now. Kerala and Maharashtra have been accounting for most of the cases in recent days. There has been a steady decline in the number of fatalities, though. The test positivity rate, too, has been well below 1 per cent.
As the Russia-Ukraine war rages on without a tangible solution in sight, the question arises: Who is to blame for the mounting civilian death toll in Ukraine?
It is becoming increasingly evident that the Russian forces are trying to consolidate their position in Ukraine's eastern region. While Kyiv was one of the first targets when the war began 100 days ago, now the Russians are approaching their second phase's target of full control over the Donbas region and southern Ukraine, which is adjoining Crimea.
The war, now nearly 100 days old, has led to the exodus of about 6.8 million people from Ukraine. The country's total population now stands at almost 37 million. It was nearly 43 million in 2021 — one out of every six people in Ukraine has become a refugee.
As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 100th day, let us take a look at how India has been affected by the war.
The production of wheat and rice is set to fall in 2022, which will push a large section of the population to the brink of extreme food insecurity.
The food crisis will worsen by the day and costlier fertilisers will fuel it. Read on to know more.