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Making workplace millennial-ready: Sanjiv Mehta says companies must set flexible goals, be open to feedback
Mehta, dressed in blue jacket and speaking in measured tones, shared a few insights.
Tata Trusts forced to give up registration in 2015: Taxman
The tax department’s submission in the court had come in response to a writ petiti...
Labourer should be at centre of industrial policy: Maharashtra CM
"Employment generation is a challenge and any new amendment to the industri...
Mumbai steps up to restore its architectural heritage: Here's a brief account of the journey so far
We have won the battles but not the war. That’s how heritage lovers sum up ten years of Mumbai’s efforts at protecting its rich past.
Juhi Chawla frowns at constant Govt criticism; stresses on the importance of unity
She said that as artistes, it's unfair to be questioned about incidents "just for a reaction".
Home sales jump in ‘showstopper’ Mumbai
Sales in Mumbai rose 22% in 2019 even though credit crunch & slowdown curtailed recovery in housing sales.
What ails India's pharmaceutical sector?
Unlike mature markets such as the US, where drug prices are market-controlled, here, the government and regulators play a pivotal role in the entire process. Regulators fix both the price companies pay for bulk drugs and the price at which they sell their products in the market, leaving little leeway to earn profit. For Indian pharma, this is a double-edged sword.
Passengers allegedly manhandle Air India cabin crew, threaten to break cockpit door on Delhi-Mumbai flight
"One male passenger even said that he will break open the cockpit door if the pilots didn't come out," the official said, adding the situation inside the plane "went from bad to worse". According to the official, a female passenger allegedly even manhandled a cabin crew member, grabbing her arm in order to open the main exit gate quickly.
Reliance to venture in e-commerce with Jio Mart, initial roll-out in Mumbai
MUMBAI: Reliance Industries, India’s biggest company by market value, has started its web portal Jiomart, harnessing the might of its two la...
Solar-powered mobile charging kiosks at 15 stations
Western Railway has partnered with Fun Solar, a non-profit company, to instal solar-powered charging kiosks at stations. WR chief spokesperson Ravinder Bhakar said, “The kiosks have been installed at 15 stations, including Churchgate, Grant Road, Mumbai Central, Andheri, Borivli, Vasai, Boisar and Palghar. We plan to instal them at 5 more stations.”
James Murdoch-led Lupa Systems makes first investment in India on Harappa Education
“It is our first investment in India, and in education, globally. We look forward to building a company that has the potential for both transformational impact and scale — which is the advantage the best education companies have,” Nitin Kukreja, the managing director of Lupa Systems, India, told ET in an email response.
Release funds for interim finance, NCLT tells Jet Airways’ lenders
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) also directed Indian Overseas Bank, which filed applications at the tribunal for exemption from payment as they are under Prompt Corrective Action (PCA) restriction to approach the government authorities concerned in this regard.
Mumbai: Fire in Saki Naka godown, no injuries reported
A huge fire broke out in a godown in Khairani area of Saki Naka suburb in the metropolis on Friday evening, and efforts were on to douse it,...
Raut should not have made comment about Indira Gandhi: Pawar
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut should have refrained from saying that former prime minister Indira Gandhi used to meet yesteryear gangster Karim Lala, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said here on Friday.
Indian real estate attracts $5 billion PE in 2019, commercial projects lead: Report
Indian commercial real estate retained its Numero Uno position and continued be a preferred destination for global institutional investors in the backdrop of robust office space take-up, falling vacancy levels and rising rentals.
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