Chinese decimation of Indian phonemakers is complete. Automakers next?
Chinese firms created massive ripples at a time when US giants like Amazon and FB/WhatsApp face political heat.
Budget hopes, Q3 results, coronavirus updates among key factors that may guide market this week
In the buildup to the Budget, volatility has ...
Non Bodo groups have sought consultation prior to the inking of the Accord
A senior officer in Assam government said, “Centre is holding parleys with leaders of different Bodo outfits and we are expecting inking of Accord shortly.”
Haryana to set up 200 pack-houses for vegetables and fruits
The Agriculture Minister was addressing farmers today after inaugurating Haryana's first integrated packhouse and crop group (Pihowa Vegetable Producer Company) under the Crop Group Development Scheme of Horticulture Department at Talhedi village in Kurukshetra district.
Oscars 2020: Elton John's 'Love Me Again', 'Into The Unknown' by Idina Menzel to set stage on fire
Cynthia Erivo, Chrissy Metz and Randy Newman are also set to perform their Oscar-nominated songs.
Bankruptcy board set to tackle group insolvency
Bringing entities on the basis of inter-connectedness or common assets into the group resolution framework may face challenges and lead banks to classify standard accounts as NPAs, dragging standard cases into insolvency because of non-recovery of dues after insolvency resolution.
View: Goldman Sachs' anti-bro pledge isn't just a stunt
The company is caught up in one of the biggest frauds in history: the 1MDB scandal in Malaysia.
US court sets aside plea, IT service companies will need to file more evidence when hiring H-1Bs
IT cos have failed to convince a US court that submitting detailed evidence for H-1B visa has caused them harm.
Terms set for DHFL liquidation after big loss
India’s bankruptcy courts attempt to resolve its first shadow bank insolvency.
Where's the money? Search on for solutions of India's shadow bank crisis
Vital projects are starved for funds following the crisis. The desperation for solutions is palpable.
People are protesting to remind govt of constitutional values: Rohit De, professor of history, Yale University
The protestors are saying that the Constitution protects many of our rights. The new laws seek to deviate from that. The institutions that are supposed to protect us — political parties, the judiciary — have not stepped in. So people are coming out to hold these values up and remind them that they can’t deviate from the basic structure of the Constitution, asserted Rohit De.
Capital call: Government set to allow firms to directly list overseas
While detailed discussions on the proposal have taken place, a formal decision is awaited, sources said.
Worse Off Half: Spouses of H-1B workers tensely await their fate to work in US
Trump wants to strike down a rule brought in by Obama that allowed H4 visa holders to work.
Brazilian President’s visit expand India’s forays into Latin America
The visit that will enable to boost India’s forays into Latin America was strengthened with the conclusion of 15 agreements and a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) including on investment cooperation and facilitation treaty, mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, bioenergy and cyber security.
Kuwait firm to set up Rs 49,000 cr oil refinery in Tamil Nadu: Chief Minister Palaniswami
The setting up of the refinery would see the southern districts in the state develop like Jamnagar in Gujarat and Jurong Island in Singapore, said Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister K Palaniswami. He further added that 59 companies which signed MoUs with the state government in the second edition of the Global Investors meet in January last year, have commenced production.
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