NCLT orders liquidation for HDIL's subsidiary Guruashish Constructions
On September 4, the Mumbai-bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) appointed Rajendra Bhuta, the company’s resolution professional (RP), as its liquidator.
Ashoka Buildcon gains 6% on new orders
In the past three months, construction activities have gained pace. A key reason for this is increasin...
Calcutta HC accepts plea seeking a stay on the order stopping visitors to enter Durga Puja pandals
A day ahead of Durga Puja, Calcutta HC acc...
Pennar Industries bags orders worth Rs 550 cr
The company's pre-engineered buildings division received orders for manufacturing plants, airport terminal, solar mounting structures and warehouses from companies such as MRF, Mega Wide – GMR Goa Airport, Azure Power, Saffron Grid, TVS ILP, and Indus Project, Pennar Industries said in a filing to the BSE.
Sebi levies Rs 35.48 lakh fine on 4 individuals for insider trading in KLG Capital scrip
The orders levying monetary fine have been passed against Praveen Mohnot, former executive director of SKIL Infrastructure Ltd (SKIL), his daughter Priyanka Singhvi, ex-deputy chairman of SKIL N Ravichandran, and his wife Anita Ravichandran.
L&T slated to bag Rs 24,958 crore order for bullet train project
According to two sources, for the package, namely C4, the Tata Projects-led consortium bid at around Rs 28,000 crores, while the Afcons Infrastructure-led consortium bid at close to Rs 37,000 crore.
Calcutta High Court orders all Durga Puja pandals in Bengal be declared no-entry zones
For small pandals, barricades will have to be put up five metres from the entrance, while for the bigger ones, the distance has to be 10 metres, the court ordered. There should be no-entry boards on the barricades, it said. The court also ordered that only 15 to 25 persons belonging to the organising committees will be allowed to enter the pandals.
Bombay High Court reserves order on Rhea Chakraborty, Showik’s bail plea
Justice S.V. Kotwal of the Bombay High Court on Tuesday reserved the order in the bail pleas of Bollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty and her b...
Bharat Bandh: Punjab CM appeals to farmers to maintain law and order
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday, appealed to the farmers to strictly maintain law and order, and adhere to all COV...
Sellers from tier II towns and beyond see jump in orders in Flipkart, Amazon festive sale
The festive season sees Amazon India and Flipkart compete head on and roll out a number of offers and schemes to woo customers to shop on their platforms.
Over 1.1 lakh sellers received orders in first 48 hours of festive sale: Amazon India
Amazon's 'Great Indian Festival' started on October 17 and will go on for about a month to coincide with the festive season.Amazon Prime members were provided early access to the sale from October 16.
L&T completes manufacture of component for world’s largest nuclear fusion project
L&T bagged the Rs 1,338-order to manufacture the cryostat in 2012 to manufacture the cryostat, the largest stainless-steel, high-vacuum pressure chamber in the world. The company has completed the manufacture of components at its unit in Hazira and will now assemble it in France.
Delhi panel defers proceedings after Supreme Court order on summons to Facebook
The announcement came hours after the Supreme Court directed the committee not to take coercive action against Mohan till October 15 in connection with its summon asking him to depose before it.
Mumbai court orders probe against Kangana, sister Rangoli over tweets & 'objectionable' comments
Sayyed alleged that Ranaut has been trying to divide the artists on the communal lines.
Deletion of ineligible names in NRC; Congress said SC has not passed any order
With National Register of Citizens (NRC) coordinator, Hitesh Dev Sarma asking the officials to weed out ineligible persons from the final NRC prepared last year, Congress said that Supreme Court has not passed any order regarding omission or inclusion of fresh names in the final NRC.