French President Emmanuel Macron met Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in Kyiv…
Monkeypox cases in Britain exceed 500
The number of monkeypox cases in Britain has exceeded 500
SpiceJet calls for 10-15% hike in fares
In the wake of rising prices of jet fuel and the depreciation of the Indian Rupee, India’s low-cost airline SpiceJet…
E-paper | 16 June 2022
College day fete
Agricultural association in Annamalai University organised college day function at Sastri Hall. A press release said that,”V Imayavaramban, vice president, Agricultural Association welcomed the gathering. K R Sundaravardharajan, dean, faculty of Agriculture in his inaugural address highlighted on the achievements and contributions of faculty of Agriculture, Annamalai University and presented the annual report for the year 2021-2022.
Glory, guts & goals
Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri has been the savior for his country for more than a decade now. He scored his fourth goal in the AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers which levels the Indian legend to Hungary’s Ferenc Puskas in the international goal tally of 84 goals.
Petrol, diesel sales jump in June
India’s petrol consumption jumped by 54 percent and that of diesel soared by 48 percent in the first fortnight of June from a year earlier with continuing demand recovery from a relatively low base in 2021 when the world’s third-biggest oil user was in the grip of the second wave of Covid-19.
Groyyo raises $40 mn in funding led by Tiger Global
B2B manufacturing startup Groyyo on Wednesday said it has raised USD 40 million (about Rs 310 crore) in a combination of equity and debt in its Series A round led by Tiger Global.
‘Cement sector’s capacity utilisation to drop to 65%’
Credit rating agency Fitch Ratings said it believes a sustained gross domestic product (GDP) growth, the government’s thrust on infrastructure and affordable housing, and a revival in corporate capex, will underpin growth of the cement sector.
Ford resumes production at Chennai Plant
While Ford India, the subsidiary of the United States car maker, said more than 300 people gave their consent to resuming production and the plant has resumed operation in double shifts from June 14, employees said only 100-150 of them (of the total about 2,600) have joined to commence work. In a statement, the company said,