Offering exit to Shapoorji Pallonji may cost Tata Group financial flexibility
The SP Group decision on Tuesday to sever its relationship with the Tata Group will likely bring an end to the dispute between the two.
Six degrees of separation: From starry-eyed start to messy finish, the anatomy of Tata-Mistry divorce
Here’s a summarised timeline of how the Tata-Mistry relationship came to this pass, from a starry-eyed start to a disgruntled finish.
Quick response to pandemic may help India in recovery: Bill Winters, Group CEO Standard Chartered
The Asia-focused global bank will concentrate on expanding its business in India and South Korea, which offer distinct talent pools and demanding customers well versed with digital technologies.
Hold Container Corporation of India, target price Rs 396: Emkay Global
Container Corporation of India Ltd., incorporated in the year 1988, is a Large Cap company (having a market cap of Rs 22056.46 Crore) operating in Logistics sector.
What the exit of Shapoorji Pallonji Group will mean for the Tatas
The Shapoorji Pallonji Group’s (SP Group) decision yesterday to sever its relationship with the Tata Group will likely bring an end to the on-going battle between the two groups.
BMC's demolition of Kangana Ranaut's bungalow smacks of malice, says Bombay High Court
A division bench of Justices S J Kathawalla and R I Chagla noted that the action undertaken by the civic body leaves hardly "any manner of doubt" that it was unauthorised.
Add Indian Oil Corporation, target price Rs 87: ICICI Securities
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., incorporated in the year 1959, is a Large Cap company (having a market cap of Rs 71453.47 Crore) operating in Gas & Petroleum sector.
Manufacturing companies to continue WFH in offices even as production ramps up on shop floor
WFH may continue until the time companies are sure that the risk of contagion has reduced, said the HR heads of some of these companies.
Farmers protest: Delhi Metro services from neighbouring cities to remain suspended on Friday
On Thursday, commuters from Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad and Ghaziabad faced inconvenience as train services between Delhi and NCR Metro stations on seven corridors were closed till 2pm due to the ongoing farmers' protest.
Delhi metro suspends services to neighbouring cities till 2 pm as farmer protest intensifies
Earlier in the day, Delhi Police said it has rejected requests received from various farmer organisations to protest in the national capital against the contentious laws on November 26 and 27.
More reason to celebrate India's woman power
An elite and diverse group of over 30 top-notch speakers including Melinda Gates are set to make a strong case for a gender-responsive economic recovery plan at the third edition of The Economic Times Women’s Forum (ETWF).
Wary independent directors ringfence assets; transfer to trusts, kin
Several directors ET spoke to said they are consulting top lawyers to protect assets from personal liabilities. Scope of Section 212 of the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2019 has been expanded and the Centre may file an application before NCLT for holding ‘any director’ personally liable without any limitation of liability.
Assam state transport corporation inducts 20 modern Bharat Benz buses in its fleet
Stating that though the people of the state had negative impression towards efficacy of the ASTC, the present State government with timely and right kind of intervention has changed the weaknesses of ASTC into its strength and as a result the organisation has attained dynamism in its operation.
MCDs allege under-reporting of COVID deaths in Delhi, AAP accuses BJP of 'politicising' issue
According to Delhi government data, the total number of coronavirus deaths in the city was 8,512 as on November 23, while the civic bodies claimed they carried out 10,318 funerals following COVID-19 protocols.
Storage almost full, authorities start water release from key Chennai reservoir
A flood control official of the Public Works Department said the storage level was close to 22 feet as against the full height of 24 feet. As per norms inflows received from now onwards should be released 'as it is' and it would be done in a phased manner, the official said.