Predicting demand outlook tough for next two quarters: Suresh Narayanan
On whether the government’s package of Rs 20 lakh crore announced last month should have also pushed initiatives on the demand side, Narayanan said, “It would have been ideal if there were stronger direct funds transfer to the weaker sections, which would have led to a direct demand stimulus, albeit for essential goods at this stage.”
Former Union minister Suresh Prabhu to head forum for promoting cooperative movement
Seven prominent cooperative leaders would be part of the...
'Boycott Chinese' sentiment reflects every Indian's anger: RSS general secretary Suresh Joshi
The Government on Monday banned 59 Chinese apps...
Macquarie India Infra head Suresh Goyal quits
Suresh, a veteran in infrastructure space, has over a decade of experience with Macquarie in advising the infrastructure business in India. As Head of MIRA in India, he was involved in sourcing & assessing investment opportunities, execution and portfolio management.
Multilateralism needs momentum in post Covid world order: Suresh Prabhu
Pradeep Mehta, Secretary General, CUTS International, that organised the webinar noted, “Contrary to a popular belief, the World Trade Organisation is not facing any existential crisis. What we are witnessing today is a crisis in its leadership, said and one of the leading thought leaders on trade and regulatory issues.”
Even during Covid times, Nestle innovated and launched products: Suresh Narayanan
‘There is enough dry powder that we can use at an appropriate time as a company.’
We run trains if sending, receiving states agree: Suresh Angadi
Angadi dismissed reports that Karnataka was forcing migrant labourers to stay back in Bengaluru by succumbing to builder lobby and was cancelling trains to achieve this. He said many state governments were not in favour of receiving migrant labourers in large numbers from big cities that are in the red zone.
Need to look at building economy with local skills: Suresh Prabhu
The five pillars of Atma Nirbhar Bharat (Self-reliant India) are economy, infrastructure, system, vibrant demography and demand.
Not a single Covid-19 patient is on ventilator support today, says Karnataka Minister
“We have 1,104 active positive persons under treatment today, and not one of them is on ventilator support. This has given us a big relief,” education minister S Suresh Kumar told ET.
Karnataka bans online education for children up to Class V
As for permitting online education from class 6 to class 10, the government has formed a panel of experts which will study the challenges and come up with a set of guidelines for schools. The committee will submit its report in 10 days, Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said.
SSLC exam to be held; schools in Karnataka to re-open after August: Minister
A decision on reopening schools in Karnataka would be taken after August but class X board exams would be held on June 25 as per the recent schedule announced by the state government, Minister for Primary and Secondary Education S Suresh Kumar said on Tuesday.
Rural India will revive better than urban markets: Suresh Narayanan, Nestle India
Suresh Narayanan, Chairman & Managing Director at Nestle India Ltd in conversation with ET Now's Nikunj Dalmia and Aabha Bakaya, says that f...
This founder keeps a wine fridge in his home office, stays productive despite distractions in WFH mode
Suresh Rajan of LCR Capital Partners is busy with his children’s schooling.
Ex-Andhra Bank chief Suresh N Patel to take over as vigilance commissioner on Wednesday
Former Andhra Bank chief Suresh N Patel's name to the post was recommended by a high-powered committee headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in February this year. The post of vigilance commissioner has been lying vacant for over 10 months.
Karnataka steps up vigil to prevent influx from Maharashtra
The Karnataka government has asked 60 police stations located on the long border with Maharashtra to keep a tight vigil on people sneaking into the southern state.
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