Parliament passes bill for stringent punishment to those carrying, manufacturing illegal weapons
Moving the legislation in the Upper House, Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy said effective control over arms and ammunition is very important for safety and security in the country. He said the bill seeks to bring in stringent punishment for people involved in illegal manufacturing of arms while ensuring easier provisions for people with licensed arms.
ET Awards 2019: Rashesh Shah, N Chandrasekaran talk marathon on a WhatsApp group
The two bosses exchange fitness tips all the time.
Share market update: Venky's, Just Dial among top losers on BSE
In the Nifty pack, 26 stocks were in the green, while 23 stocks were in the r...
Buy Venky's, target price Rs 2,000: Kunal Bothra
Kunal Bothra recommended to keep stoploss at Rs 1880.
Buy Venky's, target price Rs 1,960: Shrikant Chouhan
Shrikant Chouhan recommended to keep stoploss at Rs 1819.
Stability's done, it's over to profitability: Mindtree CEO Debashis Chatterjee
"When I joined, the priority was in terms of stability and continuity. It was the first and foremost goal for me, given whatever happened in the past. Stability and continuity were the focus in the first 90 days, but now the focus is shifting to growth," Chatterjee told ET in his first interview after he took over.
Top intraday trading ideas for afternoon trade on Friday, November 8, 2019
Radico is a 'Buy' call with a target price of Rs 350 and a stop loss of Rs 320.
Will ask my team to look at bidding for Air India: Tata Group chief
The Tata Group may consider bidding for Air India, an airline it once owned, whenever the govt finalises its sale. “Ideally, it is a Vistara decision. It is not a Tata Sons decision. I will ask the team to evaluate it," said the Tata group chief N Chandrasekaran. Acquisition of Air India would help the Tatas scale their aviation business.
Rose Valley ponzi scam: ED grills, records statement of KKR CEO
The ED had registered an FIR against the Rose Valley group, its chairman Gautam Kundu and others in 2014 under the PMLA. Kundu was arrested by the agency in Kolkata in 2015. Multiple charge sheets have been filed by the ED in courts in Kolkata and Bhubaneswar in this case.
Brexit deal taking too long, tariffs are ‘new normal’, says N Chandrasekaran
Protectionism is here to stay and tariffs will be the buzzword in the new business zeitgeist, says the chief of the Indian giant that owns JLR. Although the marquee car brand reels under Brexit uncertainty, there is no plan to sell it, he adds.
K Natarajan takes over as Director General of Coast Guard
K Natarajan replaced Rajendra Singh, who was the first Coast Guard Director General to rise within the ranks and head the maritime force.
After Market: Venky’s surges 13%; HDFC Bank, UPL below 200-DMAs; 645 stocks plumb 52-week lows
Losses in heavyweights from bank, NBFC, energy, auto and metal sectors dragged Sensex.
From ISRO to IT, India loves ‘Chandra’
Tech Mahindra boss pointed out that if one wants to be in IT in India, one’s name should be Chandra.
Tata Group sets sights on five growth engines
Tata Consultancy Services, 72% owned by Tata Sons, contributes about 75% of the group’s profit.
Government won’t go ahead with new CSR rules
Decision follows suggestions by a panel which wants breaches to be treated as civil offences, backs penalties
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