MSMEs get only Rs 40 cr out of Rs 625 cr interest subsidy
The law stipulates hefty penalty on late payment to MSMEs but the provision has bee...
Indian-origin MP in race to replace Jeremy Corbyn after Labour's "shattering" poll defeat
The 40-year-old MP won her Wigan seat in the north-...
No need to fear, Indian Muslims neither intruders nor refugees: NCM chairman on CAA
He also said it is expected from the Union government to ensure that Indian Muslims do not face any problem due to the National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Need to re-look at public policies for service access to MSMEs, solo entrepreneurs: Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar
"We need to see how to create the culture of bringing angel investors for these small enterprises, how to bring technology...we have to see what could be public policy steps to ensure that the small, medium and solo enterprises have access to the highest and most-developed forms of services that they need. We need to focus on our policy," Kumar said.
Morris Garages bullish on Indian automobile sector, to invest Rs 3,000 crore
Morris Garages has already spent Rs 2,000 cr, and commenced manufacturing ops at its plant in Gujarat.
Modi risks losing focus on Indian economy as protests build
A month ago, Modi’s govt was ramping up programs to help boost growth from 6 yr low of 4.5% .
Govt working on suggestions to create Rs 5k cr stressed asset fund: Secretary MSME Arun Kumar Panda
Issues around access to finance, lack of cutting edge technology and asymmetry of information are some of the primary issues Indian MSMEs today face.
AIESL to sign pact with govt to provide maintenance services for B777 planes for VVIP travel
These custom-made B777 planes for VVIP travel will be used to fly the President, Vice President and Prime Minister, are expected to be in operations from July next year. At present, President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi fly on Air India's 26-year-old Jumbos - B747s. These planes are flown by Air India pilots.
Indian IT much beyond exploiting cheap labour: HCL
Indian technology companies have moved beyond exploiting availability of cheap labour in India to helping their clients reimagine their businesses, said Anand Birje, corporate vice president and head of the digital & analytics practice at HCL.
How IIT graduates are giving up on their dollar dreams for startups and new-age tech companies
From dollar dreams to startups and new-age tech cos, IITians' job choices reflect the changing corp landscape.
Are Indian bonds defying rate transmission?
Banks earn 5.15% via the repo window while four-year government bonds are yielding 6.55%.
View on Indian markets: Cautious optimism, says Aviva Investors' Aaron Armstrong
The asset management business of UK's largest insurance company says they see some of the most 'captivating opportunities' anywhere within emerging markets in India and specifically, within financials.
Indian IT companies deploy hitech technologies at home and abroad
India’s big tech players now have products that offer unique solutions involving high-end software and robotics.
More Indians head to Las Vegas for a vacation; millennials look for memories, want to indulge in experiences
Indians want to see petroglyphs, take up rock climbing and visit the Valley of Fire.
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