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Dash for growth at company founded by Indian yoga guru leads to stumbles

HARIDWAR, India (Reuters) - Three years ago, Indian yoga guru and entrepreneur Baba Ramdev was riding high.

Modi plots course after win

New Delhi: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was meeting party allies and members of his Cabinet to plot a course for his second term after a landslide victory left the once-mighty Gandhi dynasty licking its wounds.

Silverlake Axis, Intel to jointly develop security solutions

KUALA LUMPUR: Information technology and cyber security solutions provider Silverlake Axis Ltd through its subsidiary, Silverlake MasterSAM Sdn Bhd, is collaborating with global semiconductor industry leader Intel Corp to develop an end-to-end privileged access management (PAM) solutions with hardened security.

India's major parties field few women in race to parliament

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Women running for India's parliament are barely a blip in the world's biggest democratic exercise, which began last week and will play out in seven rounds, with results expected on May 23.

Ctrl-Alt-Stall - India's engineers struggle for work as jobs crisis worsens

CHINCHWAD, India (Reuters) - Santosh Gurav gained a bachelor's degree in technology from a mid-tier college in western India last year, specialising in electrical engineering and hoping to land a job in industrial automation.

Indian rescuers struggle to pump out water from flooded mine

GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) - Indian rescuers trying to reach a group of miners trapped in a remote and illegal "rat-hole" coal mine are struggling to pump out water from the 370-foot-deep pit, further dimming their chances of survival more than three weeks into their ordeal.

Families, friends of trapped Indian miners lose hope after 18 days

GUWAHATI, India (Reuters) - Relatives of at least 15 Indian miners trapped in a "rat-hole" mine for 18 days said on Monday they have given up hope that any of them would be found alive, even as rescue operations were stepped up.

Palm oil stocks at highest level in 20 years

SINGAPORE: Malaysia’s palm oil stockpiles at the end of November rose above 3 million tonnes as a steep decline in exports boosted reserves, official data showed yesterday.

Uber co-authors academic study that says its drivers are happy

With weeks to go until Uber Technologies Inc heads to a London court to appeal a November decision about driver benefits, the ride-hailing firm is stepping up its public relations campaign with an academic approach.