Monday 18 January 2021
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Anil Kumar Sharma

Journalist with a media experience of over two decades in business and political reporting, and input coordination and research on tax; he worked for the programme 'Made in India' on Doordarshan, with ANI in the making of 'Business This Week' on Home TV and South Asia News Capsule on American channel News 56; worked with Sahara Samay as a senior correspondent and Aksharganga Media and contributed to business magazine Logistic Times


FTTH to benefit have nots as Modi govt pushes 5G

If examples are to be cited from the world over, the largest 1Gbit/s 0eployment in the United States, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, despite being conducted by power utility EPB, was FTTH

SEBI: Drum-beating, calling out defaulter’s name, putting up notice of confiscation are outdated styles of recovery

SEBI has told the Union finance ministry to replace the anachronistic ways of recovery with new, ingenious and effective approaches

No ‘rahat’ to Fateh Ali Khan for FEMA violation

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and his manager Marrouf Ali Khan's were caught carrying an undeclared amount of $ 1.24 lakh and some other instruments in foreign currency at the IGI Airport in 2011

Kejriwal to inaugurate Delhi’s much-awaited Signature Bridge on 4 November

New Delhi: The much-awaited Signature Bridge on the Yamuna is set to open for public on 5 November, with Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia...

कांग्रेस फर्जी राफेल विवाद गढ़ रही है—जेटली

नई दिल्ली — केंद्रीय मंत्री अरूण जेटली ने आज कांग्रेस अध्यक्ष राहुल गांधी पर फर्जी राफेल विवाद पैदा करने का आरोप लगाया। जेटली ने यह भी...

Shades Of Saffron: From Vajpayee To Modi

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, India’s first Vice President and second President, described the significance of the saffron colour in our Indian National Flag as follows: “Bhagwa or the saffron colour...

Jammu & Kashmir: The Way Ahead

The governor’s rule has returned to haunt Jammu & Kashmir for the eighth time as the PDP-BJP coalition, divided over tackling violence in the Kashmir...