Pakistan shells forward posts along LoC in Poonch
Pakistani troops started an unprovoked firing of mortar shells in Shahpur region, Kerni and Qasba area on Sunday morning, prompting a quick retaliation by the Indian army. There was no report of any casualty in the shelling, which has prompted people to take shelter in safe places such as underground bunkers.
Telecom majors post Rs 1 lakh crore loss in Q2; shares still rally up to 21% on hopes of govt aid
Telecom major Vodafone and Airtel extended ...
KKR-backed EuroKids in talks to buy Kidzee for Rs 1,200 crore
The deal, if it goes through, will help Essel Group further deleverage its bala...
Indonesian billionaire joins race for Videocon
Videocon Industries owns a stake in the prized Ravva oil field in the Krishna-Godavari basin.
Search for good picks in real estate and chemical sectors: Anshul Saigal, Kotak PMS
Looking at results on a quarterly basis and in absolute terms not the right way to assess opportunities.
'Golden age' for Indian aviation sector; fundamentals strong: IndiGo chief
IndiGo has been aggressively expanding its operations and has started 11 overseas routes in the last one year. Recently, it placed an order for 300 more planes from Airbus and is also considering wide-body aircraft for long haul routes. IndiGo, owned by InterGlobe Aviation, is the country's largest airline with a market share of 48.2% in September.
Bharti Airtel to increase tariffs from December, 2019
On November 15, Airtel said its net loss was on account of exceptional charge pertaining to the provisioning of Rs 28,450 crore towards the AGR dues, which included principal of Rs 6,164 crore, interest of Rs 12,219 crore, penalty of Rs 3,760 crore, and interest on penalty of Rs 6,307 crore.
Will proceed with open offer once SC stay is lifted: IHH on Fortis Healthcare
IHH said that it is seeking appropriate legal advice on the matter.
Realty attracts $14 billion foreign PE investments since 2015: Report
Indian real estate attracted nearly $14 billion of foreign private equity between 2015 and 2019.
Average salary in India is likely to increase by this much in 2020: Survey
A recently held survey reveals that India could see the highest average salary hike in the Asia Pacific region by 10 per cent. Sector-wise, the energy sector, financial services and consumer products sector could see the highest salary growth.
Will AGR issue force telecom sector to move towards duopoly?
Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel reported a combined loss of Rs 74,000 crore on Thursday. It is the biggest ever loss for both telecom firms,...
Greater private sector innovation, digital tools key to quality healthcare services in India at low cost: Bill Gates
Bill Gates, who is currently on a three-day visit to India, said: "Our biggest work has been broadly in the health area helping to get new vaccines introduced, helping to look at innovations in some of the disease-specific areas, like tuberculosis or visceral leishmaniasis (VL) or lymphatic filariasis (LF)."
CPSEs can be globally competitive if government, management roles spelt out: CII
The report, set to be released on Monday, recommends that the government inform the top management of CPSEs about its disinvestment plans, a press release by the CII said. “Given the current environment of divestment uncertainty, it is critical to apprise the CPSE top management in advance, about a decision on this,” the release stated.
Don't want any company to shut operations: Nirmala Sitharaman says will address concerns of Telecom Sector
NEW DELHI: The government doesn’t want any phone companies shutting down and is looking at support that can be given to the debt-laden telec...
Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran bats for privatisation of discoms
Chandrasekaran said the slowdown is creating a pressure on jobs, and while the cyclical issues ailing the economy get addressed, there are strengths in the structural front, like the demography, and also opportunities presented by technological breakthroughs where India has the edge.
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