On India Inc's social calendar: Bezos bonds with Mumbai A-listers; Rajan Mittal's B'day bash; Shikha Sharma turns gracious hostess for daughter's wedding
As Bezos came calling, he got the red-carpet treatment. Here's what's keeping India Inc busy...
Now, a hologram that you can feel
Make the 3D apparition of your choice, from the ghoulish to the divine.
Co-working spaces burn the midnight oil
Companies like GoWork, IndiQube, The Hive and Awfis are actively onboarding companies which work in n...
Arun Jaitley: A generous boss, and a friend one could always count on
He and his wife Sangeeta would ensure that all chamber juniors had their lunch and dinner even on those excruciatingly busy days.
Markets will welcome a smooth transition from one regime to the next: Raamdeo Agrawal
We have gone through the pain, hopefully the next phase will be growth, says Agrawal
Rupee is in for a rough ride; poll results, Fed may set tone
India’s Q2 GDP grew at 7.1 per cent compared to a growth of 8.2 per cent in the previous quarter.
Clouds hinder Delhi's view as skygazers revel in 'blood moon'
Tens of thousands of skywatchers across the country burned the midnight oil on Friday night for the longest "blood moon" of the century but many in the north were disappointed because they couldn't watch the astronomical delight because of a thick cloud cover.
Mamata burns midnight oil preparing Rail Budget
Mamata is expected announce more non-stop 'Duronto' trains but no more of Garib Raths, a pet project of her predecessor Lalu Prasad.
Govt to burn midnight oil as price rise takes toll on home budgets
The government has called a meeting of edible oil associations to discuss the price situation and how to balance the interests of the farmer with consumer.
Inflation targeting: Surge in prices of onion & sugar has brought back bad memories
A surge in prices of onion and sugar has brought back the bad memories of farm economy roiling the rest.
ET 40 Under 40 Awards: Himanshu Gupta, S Chand boss, is not a bookworm
Gupta says he reads business newspapers and enjoys Netflix.
View: BJP underlines its status as the master of backroom manouevring
Questions, though, will arise and linger: It will be asked if the system has been subverted once again.
Crisis in the telecom sector casts shadow over 5G spectrum auction
Ernst & Young has estimated that it would cost $100 billion or so to launch 5G in India.
High charged but quiet Indian diplomacy blunts desperate Pakistan in UNGA & UNHRC
The focus was at both UNHRC and UNGA session was not just on big powers but also on its development partners and traditional allies across continents.
Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service