New MSME framework may pose infrastructure problems
The framework applies on MSMEs with up to Rs 250 crore yearly turnover and Rs 50 crore investment in plant and machinery.
Virus-tracing apps are rife with problems. Governments are rushing to fix them
Governments around the globe rushed out Covid-tracing apps. No...
Need a humane solution to this wild problem
Human-wildlife conflict isn’t new, but is on the rise in India. Cutting of forest for farming and industrial activities is bringing humans and wild animals face to face more often. An increasing shift towards cash crops where the stakes are high, meanwhile, is making the farmer protect his fields more fiercely.
Covid a big problem for big Indian cities
In the last fortnight, many cities have reported acceleration in cases, explaining the national surge.
Expect demand-side problem to stabilize by Dec end: Rajesh Gopinathan
We will see the peak deman impact next quarter, says CEO & MD, TCS.
Power demand slump narrows to 2.6 per cent in July beginning
Experts have expressed hope that power demand would reach normal levels by August this year. Unlock 2.0 is expected to bring economic activities to almost normal levels, which would be reflected in power demand data.
68% people believe China bigger problem for India than Pakistan: Survey
The survey comes against the backdrop of the continuing border tensions with China, with 20 Indian soldiers, including a colonel, killed in a clash with Chinese troops in Galwan Valley in Ladakh last week.
Rural growth alone won’t be able to sustain demand in the long term: Dabur Ex-CEO
‘Rural growth alone won’t be able to sustain demand in the long term’
Do not expect a sharp jump in gold jewellery demand: World Gold Council MD
‘Lockdown has affected demand for physical gold’
Facing problem of funds, Tea Board urges industry to stand on its feet
Rudra Chatterjee, managing director of Luxmi Tea, which owns the famous Makaibari estate, said that the time has come to focus on the quality of the crop, not the quantity.
China's factory activity likely slowed in June on subdued global demand
With travel bans finally lifted in April in Wuhan, the epicentre of the country's coronavirus crisis, China has largely managed to recover from strict lockdowns that had led to weeks of economic paralysis.
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