Bank of India eyes Rs 10,000 cr loan sales in special drive
"Our focus through this initiative is the MSME sector as demand from the corporate sector is not high," state-run Bank of India executive director CG Chaitanya told reporters. "Each zone has been given a disbursement target of Rs 200 crore during this initiative. We are aiming to disburse anything between Rs 7,500 and Rs 10,000 crore," he added.
Rahul Gandhi refuses to apologise on 'rape' remark, says govt diverting attention from North-East
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on F...
Companies need to collaborate to move needle on gender diversity: Zinnov-Intel India study
The study evaluated 60 companies from the Indian e...
Korean company starts arbitration against India
The development comes about a year after the company issued notices to the government seeking gas supplies within six months. It also comes on the back of the Centre seeking to end the impasse over executed contracts between renewable energy companies and the Andhra Pradesh government in order to safeguard clean energy investments.
Buy Bata India, price target Rs 1,780: Kunal Bothra
The analyst suggested a stoploss at Rs 1700.
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Mamy Poko catching up with leader P&G in diaper biz in India
Japanese sanitary goods maker Unicharm that outpaced Procter & Gamble in several Asian countries in disposable diapers segment over the past decade is now within striking distance of its American rival in India, too.
Suspected Pakistan intruder shot dead along IB in J-K's Samba
An intruder was noticed moving into this side amid heavy rains and poor visibility by BSF troops guarding the IB in Manguchak area of Samba sector in the early hours, the officials said. They said the Border Security Force (BSF) troops fired a few shots after the intruder paid no heed to the repeated warnings, resulting in his death.
Cricket: Team India needs a new approach in T20s
In T20s, India need players who can bat around Viratt Kohli and Rohit Sharma and play with more freedom. India won the first T20I despite hitting fewer boundaries than the West Indies, but just like Kohli’s special knock, that was an exception, not the rule. Which is why the West Indies might go into the decider in Mumbai as the slight favourites.
Reserve Bank of India February rate cut on a knife's edge: Poll
But the central bank acknowledged there was room for further cuts.
Somany Ceramics plans to create a distinct identity, strengthen roots of the brand
The brand custodian Minal Somany is involved with strategic decisions across ATL, BTL and digital platforms.
Bhushan Kumar becomes top newsmaker, features in 2019's 'Bloomberg 50' list
The list features Bhushan Kumar for T-Series’s achievements in the digital domain.
Pakistan condemns Citizenship Amendment Bill, calls it India's attempt to interfere in neighbouring countries
According to the proposed legislation, members of Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian communities, who have come from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan till December 31, 2014 and facing religious persecution there, will not be treated as illegal immigrants but given Indian citizenship.
Next big wave of technology Unicorn listings could be in India
Mohandas Pai said that liquidity and valuations shouldn’t be concerns for companies seeking to list, as the market is “flush with money” and India investors have shown a willingness to pay up for growth stocks.
Fitch revises outlook on Cairn India to negative
Vedanta owns half of its 70 per cent in the prolific Rajasthan oil block through Cairn India Holdings.
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