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Southwest monsoon set to withdraw from all parts of country by Saturday

IMD called the simultaneous formation of two very severe cyclonic storms—Titli and Luban—a “rarest of rare occurrence”.

Consumer confidence drops sharply in September: Survey

According to the report, its Employment Confidence sub-index is down 4.3 points, Economic Expectations sub index is also 3.9 points over last month.

Chicken run: KFC’s journey from struggle to bounce-back, one leg piece at a time

KFC posted profits in the quarter ending June 2018 — the seventh time in a row since 2016. Not so long ago, the king of fried chicken had hit a rough spot. Here’s how it got back its bite.

Need soap? Why not check out a smartphone, too? Or, how the humble kirana is becoming uber cool.

New products, new business models. This isn't your parents’ shop anymore.

Kiranas trounce Walmart-Amazon-DMart 9-1: how the small grocer keeps winning big

Indian households can’t do without the neighbourhood store. And consumer-goods companies pray at its abode. But it is beginning to feel the pinch of supermarkets and online stores.

Attention hipsters, we’ve got news for you: Kingfisher is still mopping the floor with your favourite brew

A pitcher full of internal problems, and competition from cool new beers crafted to woo changing tastes — wasn’t the king of good times supposed to be history? Well, you have another thing coming.

Can Patanjali do an Amul?

The dairy business remains the graveyard of mighty companies who came and lost to India’s well-oiled farming co-operatives.

Indians dislike modern breakfast cereals. A startup wants to change that — with a 4,000-year-old grain.

It's a market that has frustrated giants like Kellogg's. But Bengaluru-based Soulfull, which sells ragi-based products, believes it has found a way to win: Eschew the ‘breakfast cereal’ label altogether.

What Future Group knows about plus-size fashion that others don't

For the third year running, Kishore Biyani’s brainchild ALL is part of the Lakmé Fashion Week, spotlighting couture for the big of build. It’s a rare high for a segment that has remained the fashion industry’s orphan child — despite a burgeoning market. Can demanding customers and increasing entrepreneurial interest change things?

Movie studios believe they have a future in the OTT business. They need a more credible script.

Bollywood-centric bravado has little room in the new world of digital entertainment.

Desi wealthy club adds 7,300, totalling 3.43 lakh worth $6 trillion

According to Credit Suisse, the country is home to one of the highest proportions of female billionaires at 18.6 per cent during the period, among the major countries.

Upturn in investment cycle could last upto 2022-23: Study

However, the study says investment could be hit if inflation adjusted real lending rates rise.

India ranked 58th most competitive economy in World Economic Forum's index, jumps 5 places from 2017

India was ranked 58th with a score of 62.0 in the latest Global Competitiveness Report. "This is the largest gain among all G20 economies," WEF said.

Low food prices a bane for Modi as India's budget goals threatened

For Modi, the subdued inflation numbers due largely to low food prices may cause a budget problem.

India attracted USD 22 bn of FDI flows in first half of 2018: UN report

The report, however, said that with the USD 22 billion FDI, India just about managed to make it to the top 10 host economies receiving the most FDI during the period.

India ranks 103 on global hunger index

According to the report, prepared by Welthungerhilfe and Concern Worldwide, India is among the 45 countries that have "serious levels of hunger".

September exports down 2.15%, trade gap at 5-month low

The exports for the month of September went down by 2.2 per cent while the imports recorded a jump of 10.5 per cent.

Unease of doing business makes $26-billion US giant Flex look out of India

Caught in red tape, American manufacturing giant Flex has threatened to leave India for Malaysia.

WPI inflation rises to 5.13% in September

According to the government data released Monday, food articles witnessed hardening of prices with deflation at 0.21 per cent September as against 4.04 per cent in August.

WPI inflation spikes to 5.13% in September

Wholesale inflation, based on monthly WPI, stood at 5.13% (provisional) for the month of September, 2018 (over September, 2017) as compared to 4.53% (provisional) for the previous month and 3.14% during the corresponding month of the previous year.

What the falling rupee did to businesses across India

The situation is tricky as the rupee has slid by over 15% this year, but gold prices have also fluctuated.

India’s rich list and prevailing inequality

As per the Hurun report, as of July 2018, India has 831 people with a wealth of Rs 1,000 crore or more.

Retail inflation at 3.77% for the month of September

India's retail inflation rate slightly picked up to 3.77 percent in September, government data showed on Friday, driven by higher food and fuel prices and a depreciating rupee.

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