Welspun Groups family office acquired a majority stake in One Industrial platform
Welspun Group Promoters, through a closely held family office investment has acquired majority stake in warehousing platform - One Industrial Spaces, an integrated fund, development and asset management organization focused on the warehousing sector in India.
India trying to set up IPR office on US model
Responding during Question Hour, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said the government has brought...
Trophy shelves, study table & peace: Sunil Chhetri's workspace reflects his need for an escape
The footballer said that drinking and snacking...
Budweiser wants to go beyond ISS, says they now wish to brew beer far away, in microgravity
The experiment will be one of the 250 facilitated by the Elon Musk-owned aerospace company.
Breather for BPOs: Government withdraws contentious GST Circular on back office support services
The Circular was ambiguous and continued to fuel the debate as to which back-end services constitute as support services and which services would qualify as ‘arranging or facilitating the supply of goods or services between two or more persons’.
Investment in Lakshmi Vilas Bank done through family wealth office: Rajesh Sharma, Capri Global
The 4.9% stake acquired at various points of time at different price points, from Rs 64 to Rs 14.
How to make your office environment friendly
As people spend a huge chunk of their day and life in the office, hence it should employ tools that can help conserve energy and decrease uses of non-renewable resources. Here are some tips.
Snooping by Chinese naval ships increased in Indian Ocean: Navy officer
Naval Officer-in-charge, Bengal Area, Commodore Suprobho De said the Indian Ocean has some choke points which help the Navy in keeping an eye on the activities in the region, including the Bay of Bengal.
BSNL seeks more senior technical officer to ensure uninterrupted service
The company has rolled out voluntary retirement scheme to reduce the number of employees and related expenses. The BSNL has also raised concern before the Department of Telecom about orders being issued by it for repatriation or deputation of some employees to other organisations, which is creating indiscipline among certain quarters of the deployed officers.
Our orbiter had already located Vikram Lander: ISRO Chief rejects NASA claims
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief K Sivan has claimed that the Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan-2 had been spotted by the space ag...
Vikram lander debris: The engineer who cracked it for India
A 33-year-old avid space watcher from Chennai has received kudos for zeroing in on a piece of debris on the moon, which turned out to be the remains of India's most-watched outer space launch in recent times.
CBI can't take refuge in exemption clause under RTI Act to deny info on corruption cases: CIC
Hearing a case filed by whistleblower bureaucrat Sanjiv Chaturvedi, the transparency watchdog said the central public information officer (CPIO) has "grossly erred" in invoking the veil of section 24 of the RTI Act mechanically without assessing the nature of information sought and the same is viewed adversely by the commission.
ISRO to launch surveillance satellite on Dec 11
India will put into orbit another of its sharp-eyed surveillance satellite RISAT-2BR1 with synthetic aperture radar on December 11, an Indian space agency official said on Tuesday.
Chennai engineer's Chandrayaan-2 discovery boosts citizen science in India
The crash site of Chandrayaan-2's Vikram lander was discovered thanks to the availability of data from the American space agency for common citizens to analyse and interpret.
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