Hitachi, which has invested substantially in the country, expects India operations to drive growth globally
In his letter to the speaker, Tharoor said the action of representatives of three ministries constitutes "breach of parliamentary privilege and contempt of the House".
The 32-member Parliamentary Standing Committee on IT is scheduled to meet on Wednesday, for which the listed agenda is ''Citizens' data security and privacy'', according to a notification issued by Lok Sabha Secretariat.
Twitter has posted job openings for all three positions, will try to make an offer of employment within 8 weeks
A passenger shows her COVID-19 vaccination certificate to a government health worker after arriving from Mumbai-via-New Delhi, at Birsa Munda International Airport, in Ranchi.PTI Photo
Rajya Sabha MPs protest against their suspension at Parliament House during Winter Session, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi stages a protest during the Winter Session of the Bihar Legislative Assembly, in PatnaPTI Photo
Former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh outside Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai,. A PMLA court extended the judicial custody of Deshmukh till December 13 in a money laundering case.PTI Photo
BJP MP Pushpendra Singh Chandel speaks in the Lok Sabha during the Winter Session of Parliament, in New Delhi.LSTV/PTI Photo
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