New norms to ease restrictions on FDI by joint ventures of Indian companies
To increase the flow of foreign funds, govt may ease restrictions on FDI by JVs or WOS of an Indian company.
Recategorise 23 more offences under companies law: Panel report
The committee has suggested amendments to 46 penal provisions, "so as to eith...
India plans strategic stake sales in 28 state-run companies - minister
The government has so far raised 173.64 billion rupees ($2.43 billion)...
European shares extend winning streak; Qiagen jumps as company explores sale
The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.17 per cent by 0814 GMT.
Indian health system improved significantly over last decade: Bill Gates
Bill Gates, philanthropist & Microsoft co-founder during launch function of book 'Health System for a New India: Building Blocks' stated tha...
China keen on Indian henna, drumsticks powder
China expects to import products and services valuing over $10 trillion through such fairs.
IT companies may shed 30,000-40,000 mid-level staff: T V Mohandas Pai
T V Mohandas Pai, former Chief Financial Officer of IT major Infosys Ltd, termed these job losses as once-in-five-years normal phenomenon with maturing of the industry. "As in all sectors in the West, in India too when a sector matures so many people will be there in the middle level who will not be adding value to the salary they get," Pai told .
Indian stock investors find oasis in insurance in a perilous desert
Heavy buying over the past few weeks have turned most of these stocks pricey.
Frequent FDA inspections slow down Indian pharma exports, says GV Prasad
GV Prasad, Chairman, CII National Committee on Pharmaceuticals said that everybody should up their game in terms of quality, systems, discipline, integrity of data. All there are important things for the industry. He added that the effect of frequent inspections of Indian pharma manufacturing plants by the FDA and measures to be taken to reduce the impact.
Singapore should put in place billion dollar funding arrangement for Indian startups: Experts
According to venture capitalist Mohandas Pai, India is expected to have 100 unicorns, up from 34 as of now, 18 of which are registered outside India for ease of raising funds from global markets.
Total number of Indian students in the US up 3% to 202,014, according to 2019 Open Doors report
For the 10th consecutive year, China remained the largest source of international students in the US in 2018-19 with 369,548 students in undergraduate, graduate, non-degree, and optional practical training (OPT) programmes, a 1.7 per cent increase from 2017-18; India was at second place with 202,014, an increase 2.9 per cent.
ROC grants Coffee Day further extension for AGM
The ROC has granted CBDEL 30 days extension to hold AGM for the financial year ended March.
Advent set to buy controlling stake in Bharat Serum
Kotak PE and OrbiMed together that hold 23% stake in Mumbai-based biopharma company Bharat Serums and Vaccines (BSV) are exiting through this sale. The rest of the stake is with the Daftary family who are relinquishing control but will stay on as a minority partner, said people in the know. Advent will become the largest shareholder in the company.
'One Mic Stand': Shashi Tharoor calls out PM Modi, speaks millennial lingo; his stand-up act becomes a massive hit
The veteran politician tries his hand at stand-up comedy, says ‘blame it all on Nehru’ if you don’t find it funny.
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