Maharashtra to begin crushing operations from Nov 22
About 80 sugar mills from Uttar Pradesh have already started crushing operations. “Mills from eastern UP may take eight to 10 days to start crushing cane as the fields there are still wet,” said Deepak Guptara, secretary general, Uttar Pradesh Sugar Mills Association.
Odisha’s distressed cold storage operators on strike
The Odisha Cold Storage Association, a body of 35 cold storage owners, is seeking incent...
Alliance Air starts flight operations on Ahmedabad-Kandla route
Flight operation on the route was started on Monday. Kandla is Alliance Air's...
Tata Steel plans to cut jobs across European operations
Tata Steel, which launched a transformation programme in June to strengthen its European biz, has operations including steelmaking in the Netherlands and Wales and downstream operations across Europe. There will be no plant closures but the aim is to shield the company against the "huge number of challenges" it faces, the company said.
Tata Steel confirms job cuts of up to 3,000 across European operations
The Indian steel major said the changes were needed to ensure the business can thrive despite severe market headwinds and also accelerate innovation towards carbon-neutral steel making.
CAIT suggests imposition of minimum operating price for products
"Under the circumstances and visualising it as a price war, we suggest it is the high time when the government must step in and enforce the fundamental of Minimum Operating Price which is the price consisting of landing price, operational cost and reasonable profit margin and below the MOP no product should be sold in the market," CAIT said in the letter.
Voda Idea surges nearly 100%, Airtel 20% in 3 days; can telecom be a turnaround theme?
Debt-ridden telecom operator did not disclose the quantum of hike in tariff it is planning.
J&K told to act against broadcast of ‘anti-India’ content
According to ministry officials, in the absence of internet, several religious channels from Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and Pakistan were making way to TV sets in Kashmir through the local cable operators.
UP Police arrests 143 criminals in 'Operation All Out' in 12 hours
Police nabbed 143 criminals in 12 hours, in an operation conducted on the night of Nov 16 in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad. Sudhir Kumar Singh, ...
BSE, its clearing corp complete trading, operations from Disaster Recovery site for a week
All the operations were also performed from DR site without any hiccups, the BSE said.
Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea to hike tariffs from Dec 1
The ongoing telecom crisis is set to hit the customers hard with two of the country's largest telcos -- Bharti Airtel and Vodafone -- decidi...
'RBI is working on strengthening its supervisory skills'
The central bank is in the process of setting up a college of Supervisors, in addition to an internal supervisory research and analysis wing. The move is significant in the wake of criticism that the central bank received for not anticipating the crisis at the co-operative bank- PMC Bank. The RBI is working with the Govt to amend the Act governing co-operative banks.
MakeMyTrip looks to add over 10,000 alternative accommodations in India in 2020
"As travel growth continues to beat market estimates, we aim to add more than 10,000 alternative accommodation properties in India in the coming year. Additionally, we are bullish on achieving double-digit growth in the segment in the next 12 months," MakeMyTrip COO Vipul Prakash told PTI.
HM Shah visits CRPF headquarters in Delhi, reviews its operational preparedness
During his visit to the CRPF headquarters at the CGO Complex on Lodhi Road, Union Home Minister Amit Shah paid tributes to the force's personnel killed in the line of duty and put a garland around an urn containing the soil from the 'Sardar Post' in Gujarat's Rann of Kutch. The urn is kept at the headquarter's entrance.
India voices concern over compromise in peacekeeping operational issues to reduce costs
Speaking at the General Assembly debate in the Fourth Committee on 'Comprehensive Review of the Whole Question of Peacekeeping Operations in all their Aspects', Military Adviser in India's Permanent Mission to the UN Colonel Sandeep Kapoor voiced India's serious concern over instances of compromise in peacekeeping operational issues to reduce costs.
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