INVESTMENTS IN INDIA
This $453 billion fund manager cuts India bet on CAA and Kashmir
Despite 5 rate cuts last year, yield on 10-year bonds is one of the highest in Asia at 6.64%
Venture Highway raises Rs 560 crore for second fund
The maiden fund, whose corpus has not been disclosed, was anchored by Sood and Neeraj Aro...
India Nivesh maintains buy on Delta Corp, target price Rs 268
Shares of Delta Corp closed at Rs 198, down 0.8%.
ET Graphics: What India Inc wants from the Budget
India Inc expects finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman to carry forward the direct tax reform process in her second budget to boost the sagging economy and lift sentiment.
After India's Amazon snub, BJP slams Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post
Vijay Chauthaiwale, the chief of the BJP's foreign affairs department, said there was "a lot of problem" with the newspaper's coverage of India, but did not give any specific examples.
#SeduceSomeoneInFourWords sets Twitter ablaze with memes & witty responses; Netflix & Durex India respond
The challenge took the Twitterverse by storm on Thursday morning.
No other way than implementing citizenship law: Kerala Governor
The Kerala government earlier this week moved the Supreme Court against the Citizenship Amendment Act, seeking to declare it violative of the principles of equality, freedom and secularism enshrined in the Constitution. It was the first state government to challenge the act and the Kerala Assembly was the first to pass a resolution against the law.
MHA rejects proposed legislation to protect doctors from assault
While the proposed legislation garnered support from all other departments and ministries but the home ministry, during inter-ministerial consultation, stated that there was no need for a separate legislation to check violence against members of a specific profession. It also said that IPC and CrPC have enough provisions to deal with such cases.
Deutsche Bank-led group a step closer to Jindal India deal
The sector has been hit hard by oversupply in recent years, a consequence of a costly push to bridge India’s once chronic power deficit and expand reach to under-supplied rural areas. Power generators form a significant chunk of India’s $130 billion bad loan pile.
Persistent Systems hold smart school hackathon, may work with Atal Innovation Mission
The event received 100 applications from students in Pune and Nashik, of which 40 ideas were finalised. The selected ideas are all at a prototype stage, which the students would further refine or modify over the course of the 12-hour event.
Maldives on same page with India on Indian Ocean stability: FM Abdullah
When asked about achievements of the Solih government over the past 14 months the Minister explained that the Maldives has reclaimed democracy, peace and happiness over the past year.
Chalet Hotels inks pact to acquire Belaire Hotels for enterprise value of Rs 290 crore
The completion of the transaction is subject to fulfillment of certain conditions precedent as agreed in the SPA, Chalet Hotels said in a filing to the BSE. The Novotel hotel is operated by AAPC India Hotel Management Pvt Ltd (part of Accor Group) under a management agreement, it added.
Anti-CAA protests: Court asks police to verify if Bhim Army Chief has an office in Delhi
The court had restrained Azad from visiting Delhi for four weeks and directed him to not hold any dharna till the elections in the national capital, while granting him bail in a case related to violent protests at Daryaganj. The court directed the police to verify from the EC whether Azad's office in Delhi is an office of a political party.
Working with India on pact against unilateral US Sanctions: Sergey Lavrov, Russia’s foreign minister
Against the background of the increasingly aggressive use of financial sanctions by the US administration, Russian policy is aimed at gradual de-dollarisation of the economy. Together with our main partners, including India, we are working on developing economic and legal mechanisms to reduce the negative impact of restrictions, asserted Russia’s foreign minister.
Terrorists are using this new technology to infiltrate in India
Sustained efforts are being made by terrorists to infiltrate from across the border, reactivate their cadre and scale up anti-national activities not only in the Kashmir division but also in some areas of the Jammu division through mediums," a government spokesperson said.
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