Air India privatisation: Employee unions to meet in Delhi
Various Air India employee unions will meet here on Monday to discuss proposed privatisation of the debt-laden airline, sources said.
India's first underwater metro nears completion after costs double
The new line is expected to carry about 9,00,000 people daily, and will ta...
Grab, Razer, AirAsia among firms exploring bids for Malaysia digital bank licence: Sources
Across Asia, regulators are opening up banking to ...
Quant funds spread in India where stocks keep hitting records
Tata Asset Management is the latest to start a quant fund.
T20I India vs NZ: A cakewalk for India
2nd T20 KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer help India win by seven wickets after bowlers, led by Ravindra Jadeja, restrict New Zealand to 132/5
India's chemical makers may gain from China virus scare
This month’s reduction in the U.S.-China trade tensions has improved the outlook for profit margins and exports at Indian manufacturers after a tepid 2019, the analysts said.
Starved of openings, Chinese Cos cross Great Wall to India
Fewer Chinese startups going public, uncertainty after trade spat with US & sobering of valuations post WeWork.
View: Should India follow China's course or chart its own path to reach the $5 trillion goal?
We don’t need to copy China to be an economic superpower, except maybe its long-term focus.
Air India sale: Bidders to have access to all records in initial stage
Generally, access to all data records and draft share purchase agreement (SPA) are provided to bidders put in their interest after the preliminary information memorandum stage. The govt on Monday came out with the PIM for 100% disinvestment of debt-laden Air India as well as sale of Air India Express and 50% shareholding in equal joint venture AISATS.
Govt offers Air India with loan against aircraft of Rs 23,286 crore
The government is offering 100% of the airline, while reducing the debt of the company to Rs 23,286 crore.
India Inc has a boardroom problem
As GoI mandates stricter parameters for hiring and potential candidates get more careful about companies they want to join, boards across the corporate spectrum are struggling to hire independent members.
CIL gets green nod for 17 mining projects: Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi
CIL will further produce one billion tonnes of coal by FY2024, it had said. The PSU is currently given the target of producing 660 million tonnes of coal amounting to 82 per cent of the country's coal output.
US-China trade settlement: What's in it for India?
India and several Asian countries are not in the same league as the US when it comes to supplying quality goods from the industrial and agriculture sectors. Indian grains and vegetables have not been able to overcome testing requirements essential to access the Chinese market. But there are situations where trade logic does not work in its entirety.
Can Jeff Bezos buy India? Apparently not
Last week, Bezos’s iPhone was hacked via a WhatsApp message sent directly from Crown Prince MBS.
Godfrey Phillips India, other KK Modi businesses up for sale
The KK Modi Family Trust is said to have put Godfrey Phillips India and other the family controlled businesses including wellness brand Modi...
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