LONDON/MOSCOW: OPEC+ oil producers will discuss a modest easing of oil supply curbs from April given a recovery in prices, OPEC+ sources said, although some suggest holding steady for now given the risk of new setbacks in the battle against the pandemic. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, known as OPEC+, cut output by a record 9.7 million bpd last year as demand collapsed due to the pandemic. As of February, it is still withholding 7.125 million bpd, about 7% of world demand. In January OPEC+ slowed the pace of a planned output increase to match weaker-than-expected demand due to continued coronavirus lockdowns. Saudi Arabia made extra voluntary cuts for February and March. Three OPEC+ sources said an output increase of 500,000 barrels per day from April looked possible without building up inventories, although updated supply and demand balances that ministers will consider at their March 4 meeting will determine their decision. "The oil ... » Learn More about OPEC+ to weigh modest oil output boost at meeting – sources
For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now India - 11,046,914 | World - 113,083,709 View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts #Cyber Attack Agencies continue to thwart China cyber attacks on India #Cyber Attack India faced three times the cyber attack than the global average #Cyber Attack Jitendra Singh says, Kundankulam nuclear power plant cyber attack an error #Cyber Attack Government new snoop on computers order challenged in SC #Cyber Attack In today’s world of cyber terror, why the snoop order on computers is the need of the hour #Cyber Attack Data of almost all Pakistani banks hacked, 10 banks targeted: Report Just In 46 min ago US Speaker calls for multi-generational effort to confront institutional racism 47 min ago President's Rule imposed in Puducherry 1 hr ago From flashy diamantaire to fugitive: Nirav ... » Learn More about India is second biggest target of cyber criminals in Asia Pacific: Report
Many argue that the airline could achieve its full potential if Nusli Wadia were to run it the way he does Britannia. In August 2020, Vinay Dube, former CEO of Jet Airways and a respected aviation professional, resigned from GoAir after just six months in charge. His timing of joining the company — after Jet’s closure — couldn’t have been worse. The pandemic and the lockdown in March led to chaos all around, including for airlines. After flights resumed in May-end, airlines struggled to fill planes. In August, GoAir managing director Jeh Wadia found loads far lower than closest rival SpiceJet and hauled up his senior team, leading to Dube’s resignation the same evening. Dube was escorted out of the office by the head of human resources, a tactic used to humiliate senior management and a fairly common practice in the group. Dube’s departure surprised nobody inside or outside the company. In fact, there’s an industry joke about GoAir: That the CEO is always in ... » Learn More about How GoAir can become a thriving airline
With three consecutive half-centuries already in the Champions Trophy, Shikhar Dhawan continues his love affair with ICC tournaments. IMAGE: Shikhar Dhawan celebrates his century against Sri Lanka. Photograph: Clive Rose/Getty Images If K L Rahul was fit, Shikhar Dhawan may not have been part of the Indian team for the ICC Champions Trophy. As destiny would have it, the left-hander made an unexpected comeback and has made the most of the opportunity, hitting half-centuries in all three league games to silence all doubts over his recall to the ODI side. Dhawan continued his love affair with ICC tournaments as can be seen from his three innings in this tournament: 68 (vs Pakistan), 125 (vs Sri Lanka) and 78 (vs South Africa), which was instrumental in India finishing top of the group and advancing to the semi-finals. In the last ICC Champions Trophy in 2013, Dhawan had played a key role in India's title triumph, finishing as the tournament's top scorer with ... » Learn More about Shikhar Dhawan: The ‘Champion’ performer
'The Mughals became completely Indian in every sense and united the vast Indian subcontinent, not only territorially, but also the hearts and minds of people with multiple religio-cultural, linguistic and ethnic diversities' IMAGE: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ajay Singh Bisht also known as Yogi Adityanath. Ancient Prayag was destroyed in a flood. Long after that, the fort and the city of Allahabad was founded in 1583 by the Mughal ruler Akbar. Professor Syed Ali Nadeem Rezavi, my colleague and an expert in Medieval Indian History, informs us: "Akbar had named it Ilah bas , which during the reign of Shahjahan became popular as Illahabad . The British started writing it as Allahabad, the City of Allah!" "Why did Akbar give the name Ilah bas ? Two reasons are forwarded, one by contemporary Persian sources, the other a legend based on local mythology," says Professor Rezavi. "According to the contemporary chronicles, like the account of Abdul Qadir Badayuni, when ... » Learn More about Is Yogi scared of the Mughals?