EEPC urges govt to comprehend possible impact of Coronavirus on engineering exports to China
Indian engineering exports to China increased by a significant 27.60 per cent to USD 1.77 billion during April-December 2019 -20, according to EEPC India analysis. "In fact, China has emerged as our 10th largest export destination for engineering goods, dominated by iron and steel as also industrial machinery,'' said EEPC chairman Mr Ravi Sehgal.
Share market update: BSE Capital Goods index down; Lakshmi Machine Works slumps 5%
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GoAir suspends certain flights on delay in aircraft, engine deliveries
In mounting woes, GoAir on Thursday announced temporary suspension of "certain flights" as there will be delay in delivery of aircraft by Ai...
GoAir suspends some flights on delay in aircraft, engine deliveries
"Now, we have been informed by our business partners Airbus and Pratt & Whitney of their inability to deliver previously promised aircraft and engines through March 9, 2020, that are required to support our current growth. As a result, we have been forced to temporarily suspend certain flights that are part of our network," GoAir said in a statement.
Rane Engine posts Q3 net loss at Rs 5 crore
The total net revenue for the nine-month period ending December 31, 2019 stood at Rs 281.6 crore
Buy Triveni Engineering, price target Rs 84: Kunal Bothra
The analyst suggested a stoploss at Rs 76 .
Tax dept conducts survey on Air India's engineering arm
Income tax officials have recently turned towards the government-owned airline Air India, to check in on its subsidiary AIESL (Air India Engineering Services). The airline, which has been delaying salary payments and even GST, however, said nothing was amiss. The TDS survey was done to ensure that it was depositing the taxes deducted at source.
KEC International bags new orders worth Rs 1,255 crore
In the railway business, the company has secured orders of Rs 449 crore for overhead electrification (OHE) and associated civil works in the country. The civil business, it said, has secured orders of Rs 161 crore for residential and industrial projects in India.
L&T raises Rs 1,000 cr via NCDs
The debentures are proposed to be listed on the NSE.
Fire in Surat market; 60 fire engines rushed to spot
The fire brigade declared a 'brigade call' and deployed 60 fire tenders from across the city to douse the flames, the official said.
Data privacy must be seen as a human right: Satya Nadella
On privacy, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that data dignity is crucial and the next level of work is not just privacy, but one should be able to control how one's data is used in the world. He also said we need to understand why AI marks a departure from previous software. Regulation should be more at the run-time than the design-time, he added.
Share market update: BSE Capital Goods index up; L&T gains 3%
The S&P BSE Capital Goods index was trading 2.16 per cent up at 17,435.47.
IT rejigs its bills as deals dry up
Financial engineering has been an industry practice for long, but its nature is now changing.
Tata Motors unveils premium hatch, plans four more launches next fiscal
The company entered the 40,000-unit premium hatchback market with an all new Altroz to challenge Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20. With this, the company expands its coverage to 70% of the Indian passenger vehicle market. The gap between Mahindra and Tata Motors is a massive 50,000 units so far this fiscal year.
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