UPL skids after reports of I-T raid at its premises
The taxmen suspect tax evasion and account manipulation by the company.
I-T conducts searches at United Phosphorous premises
The investigation department of the Income Tax department is conducting searches at the ...
Forgot your password? WEF report suggests it's safer to not have one
Weak or stolen passwords account for an average of four out of five glob...
Paytm eyes more than double its growth in Tamil Nadu, Kerala
The company has set a target to achieve more than double business growth in Tamil Nadu and Kerala within a year, company senior vice-president Saurabh Sharma said.
First glimpse of 'Vyommitra', the humanoid for Gaganyaan; it's a 'She'
Before Isro sends humans on the Gaganyaan, a female humanoid — a robot —named 'Vyommitra' will be sent as part of the first human spaceflight programme scheduled for later this year. The purpose of sending a humanoid before sending humans is not just to display Isro's capabilities but to also extensively utilise the first unmanned flight opportunities extensively.
Big Bull ‘very happy’ with this group, its stocks seem on the cusp of revival
The stocks have been seeing a revival of sorts with 24 of the 27 scrips giving positive returns.
DGCA picks five consortiums to take its drone plan airborne
The move is part of DGCA's beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone experiments.
Hyundai expects auto recovery in H2, aims to grow its share
Hyundai’s sales contracted 7.2% to about half a million vehicles in 2019. Sales could remain muted in the first quarter of 2020 as India transitions to stricter emission norms, but demand will likely recover in the second half, the company said.
How India can fix its problem of not collecting enough taxes
So, how do we collect more taxes? Using the GST and following up on the audit trails it generates.
Power Grid plans public InvIT to raise Rs 10k cr
The issue is likely to open for subscription before the end of FY20.
Strides arm receives EIR for its US facility
The facility is one of the very few manufacturing facilities in the US with a soft gel capsule (SGC) manufacturing suite for formulations with containment needs, the company said. Strides has a portfolio of approved SGCs in the US and other regulated markets.
View: It's time to scrutinise the link between poverty and income inequality
Why does the rise of crorepatis cause poverty to increase? Much of their wealth gains are due to property and stock market booms, which do not translate into greater employment opportunities. Worse, these gains accrue at the expense of those at the bottom of the wealth ladder. The distributions of wealth and power also affect the allocation of investment opportunities.
US needs to keep its ethos of being the land of opportunity, innovation: Sanjay Mehrotra, Micron
Immigration is important, H-1B visas are important and providing an environment that can continue to attract top talent from around the world to the United States, not just for studies but also to stay and contribute to the country for innovation and creating jobs is important, Kanpur born CEO of Micron Technology, Sanjay Mehrotra said.
CBI books Frost International, its directors in Rs 3,600 crore fraud
The bank has alleged that the company’s promoters/directors had worked in the guise of undertaking merchant trade without having any genuine business transactions and defaulted in meeting its payment obligation towards a consortium of 14 lending banks led by Bank of India.
Maharashtra: MSEDCL ups its price to woo solar power makers
The company had floated tenders for buying 1,350MW with a cap of Rs3.15 per unit but got bids for only 5MW. Now it has increased the cap to Rs3.30 per unit and floated the tender again.
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