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How to get India out of this frustrating and complex recession
India has entered a major economic slowdown. The growth number understates the magnitude of the slump.
How TCS, Infosys and Wipro kept Donald Trump happy in election year
Analysts say Indian IT services industry in good space in both short and ...
US surpasses China to become India's top trading partner
According to the data of the commerce ministry, in 2018-19, the bilateral trade betw...
President's secretary Sanjay Kothari next CVC, ex-IAS officer Julka to be CIC: Officials
The committee has also chosen by a majority decision, former Information and Broadcasting Secretary Bimal Julka, currently serving as an Information Commissioner, as the new Chief Information Commissioner in the Central Information Commission. "Kothari and Julka have been selected as the next CVC and CIC," a senior government official said.
Indian IT no longer playing catch-up: Rajesh Gopinathan
Times of change are opportunities for IT firms, but fall in IT spending and economic slump act as headwinds, chiefs of big tech cos open up
Ireland an alternative to UK for Indian firms eyeing EU base post Brexit: Irish envoy
Post Brexit, Ireland can be a suitable alternative to the United Kingdom for Indian businesses looking at having a base in the European Union (EU), the Irish envoy here said on Saturday.
Govt to bar telecom vendors of countries that disallow purchase from Indian firms
The Department of Telecom will bar telecom vendors of those countries that would disallow or exclude Indian suppliers from providing network gears used for wifi, fixed line and cellular networks, including 5G services, in their respective local markets, according to an official order.
Rishi Sunak becomes UK's first Indian origin Finance Minister
Son of British health service worker, Oxford educated Rishi Sunak inherited public service from his parents and rose to become UK's first In...
Dharmendra Pradhan says does not believe SC's AGR ruling applies to non-telecom PSUs
"The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has served notice to government oil companies due to some communication gap. We have placed our side after doing all legal consultations," Pradhan told reporters. He went on to state that neither of the public sector undertakings (PSUs) slapped with huge demand has any core work in the telecom business.
1.3 bn Indians wholeheartedly welcomed critical judicial verdicts despite apprehensions: PM Modi
Speaking at the inaugural function of the International Judicial Conference 2020 – 'judiciary and the changing world' at the Supreme Court, the Prime Minister referred to gender justice and said no country or society in the world can claim to achieve holistic development without it.
US security men & machines arrive ahead of Trump visit
Along with a security vehicle, which would be part of President Trump’s cavalcade during his 22-km-long roadshow, the aircraft is learnt to have brought in other security equipment as well. More such cargo aircraft are expected to land in Ahmedabad over the next few days.
Piyush Goyal proposes to discontinue export incentives for services exports under SEIS
"So, I am proposing that from the earliest opportunity, (we should) discontinue this SEIS in its current form. It has not helped us to increase our exports positively," Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal said. He said that industry has to get out of the mind set of subsidies as they are detrimental to India's long-term interests.
As India's economy sags, even the Trump brand is struggling
The Trump brand once seemed promising to Indian developers. But it, too, is struggling to surmount one of the country’s worst economic slumps in years. “In the past, the Trump name may have helped attract investors, but gone are those days,” said Pankaj Kapoor, the managing director of Liases Foras, an Indian real estate research company.
KKR kicks off cleanup, revival process for India fin services biz
Kapil Singhal has been elevated to head KKR India’s corporate credit business and entrusted with the task of recovering money the firm lent to various companies.
Oil India to move TDSAT against DoT seeking Rs 48,489 crore
Following the SC ruling of Oct 24, 2019 that non-telecom revenues should be included for considering payments of the govt dues by firms holding any sort of telecom license, the DoT slapped Rs 1.47 lakh crore demand on mobile phone operators such as Bharti Airtel Ltd and Vodafone Idea Ltd and another Rs 2.7 lakh crore from non-telecom firms.
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