Sterlite Technologies to continue to look for buyout targets
Anupam Jindal, chief financial officer at Sterlite Technologies, said the company would continue to look at inorganic growth opportunities that allow it to expand its customer offerings or give it access to new customers.
F&O: Nifty looks indecisive, but no noticeable weakness in prices
India VIX fell marginally by 0.37 per cent to 14.12 level.
A leaner look: Railway board ‘rightsized’, again
“We will transfer 50 more people from the board,” an official in the know of the matter told...
Armaan Ebrahim's first race in Malaysia put him in the fast lane
The 30-year-old racer has fond memories of his first trip abroad.
Visva Bharati sets up 3-member panel to look into Swapan Dasgupta incident
"We have formed a three-member committee to look into the matter where BJP leader Swapan Dasgupta had said that he was locked in a room with a mob outside, at the university, where he was addressing a meeting on Citizenship Amendment Act on January 8. The committee will submit its report within a month," a senior official said.
Investors with risk appetite can look at quant funds
Quant funds build a portfolio of stocks using a set of predetermined rules premised on mathematical models. There is no human intervention and a fund manager relies on an automated program for buy/sell decisions.
China's per capita GDP crosses USD 10,000-mark for the first time
The per capita Gross Domestic Product in 2019 reached 10,276 US dollars at the average exchange rate, exceeding the 10,000-dollar mark, Director of the National Bureau of Statistics, Ning Jizhe said. "It showed that the quality of China's economic development is improving," he said.
Budget 2020: FM must form panel to encourage shepreneurs, consider promoting first aid for mental health
Omnicuris boss Savitha Kuttan and Mpower's Neerja Birla are hopeful of a good year.
In a first, DDA to offer penthouses, luxury flats
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will, for the first time, offer luxury flats, including penthouses, in its housing scheme slated for launch in May.
Asia’s most valuable Zinc maker looks to gain from India’s rail overhaul
Asia’s top zinc producer by market capitalization has been campaigning for Indian Railways to increase their use of galvanized steel in its rail lines, although the material is also used in industries from construction to cars. India’s railway ministry expects to buy about 1.5 million tons of tracks in the year ending March.
Bain Capital looks to team up with Sunil Munjal to buy Max Financial Services
Apax Partners also approached; Hero Corp & Analjit Singh currently in exclusive discussions
US signs first phase of trade deal with China
WASHINGTON: The United States and China announced an initial trade deal on Wednesday that will roll back some tariffs and boost Chinese purc...
Alok Singh joins as first police commissioner of Noida
Singh, a 1995-batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, holds the rank of an ADG and was till last week serving as the Inspector General (IG) of police of Meerut Range. The Uttar Pradesh government had on Monday announced switching to the commissionerate system of policing for Lucknow and Noida, giving magisterial powers to the top cops in both cities.
Proposal looks to decriminalise 2/3rd offences under Companies Act
Proposed changes have been drawn from the report of the Company Law Committee (CLC), headed by corporate affairs secretary Injeti Srinivas. “Proposals to decriminalise about 44 of the compoundable offences under the Companies Act will be taken up by the cabinet,” said a senior official.
Sikhs to be counted as separate ethnic group in US census for first time
President of the Sikh Society of San Diego Baljeet Singh said the Sikh community's efforts have come to fruition. "This has paved the way forward nationally not only for the Sikh community but also for other ethnicities in the United States," he said.
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