Electric jolt boosts memory as study suggests new brain therapy

Electric jolt boosts memory as study suggests new brain therapy

The approach, called transcranial magnetic stimulation, involves sending a small amount of energy into the brain to stimulate nerve cells
Moody’s sees India’s June quarter GDP growth at 5.1%

Moody’s sees India’s June quarter GDP growth at 5.1%

Industrial production is growing at a solid pace and should be mirrored in the cyclical upturn in GDP, says Moody’s
Govt seeks $3-4 trillion to meet ‘housing for all by 2022’ target: report

Govt seeks $3-4 trillion to meet ‘housing for all by 2022’ target: report

A report by KPMG Advisory and Naredco says an overhaul of current funding mechanism might be required to meet the target
78% Indians feel they need to save more for retirement: study

78% Indians feel they need to save more for retirement: study

Among Indian employees, 56% indicated they would rather save more, while the global average was 32%
Cash levels at two-year highs as risk appetite fades: BoFA-ML survey

Cash levels at two-year highs as risk appetite fades: BoFA-ML survey

Investors turning to cash as geopolitical and interest rate rise fears bite, according to survey
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