Deepika Padukone talks mental health at WEF, says everything was perfect in her life when she suffered from depression
The 'Padmaavat' star said that mental illness happened to her when she least expected it.
Air bag woes force Honda, Toyota to recall 6 million vehicles
The Toyota recall affects about 3.4 million vehicles globally and is being done...
Sequoia, Matrix Partners drive $11 m funding round in Park+
Prominent angel investors, including Deep Kalra, Rajesh Magow, Ashish Hemrajani, ...
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.
India attractive in itself, not just as alternative to China: PAG Boss
In India, the focus will be on export-dependent sectors like pharma and outsourcing as much as private consumption themes around financial services, retail, food and beverages and healthcare.
Bankruptcy board set to tackle group insolvency
Bringing entities on the basis of inter-connectedness or common assets into the group resolution framework may face challenges and lead banks to classify standard accounts as NPAs, dragging standard cases into insolvency because of non-recovery of dues after insolvency resolution.
Not enough EV sales yet to build viable finance plan, say lenders
Financiers said electric car sales must show up sufficiently on the dashboard for them to build a viable finance plan. For the personal buyer, car prices range anywhere between Rs 12 lakh and Rs 20 lakh. Financiers believe that the consumer would default because of the high prices, making it difficult for a financier to sell the attached vehicle.
View: Our problem is not predatory pricing but the predatory state
The popular narrative on predatory pricing is simple, and thus attractive. But it's wrong at several levels.
Veteran Bengali actor Dipankar Dey's health improves, discharged from hospital
The actor is expected to return for a review after a week.
Goldman says palladium may surge to test $3,000, then slide
“The upside potential is significant as the market is now in a demand-rationing phase.”
Spanish league president Javier Tebas tears into FIFA
The 57-year-old official criticised the world governing body for becoming “competitors” as regards tournaments rather than mere “regulators” of the sport, as well as Real Madrid president Florentino Perez for discussing his own elite league idea without much thought for the distorting financial impact on the sport.
Karnataka may soon announce relief as industries find property taxes steep
In the case of electricity bills, commercial consumers attract the highest tariff while industrial units pay a lower tariff. The government is working on similar lines of introducing a separate tax rate for industries. The Minister, however, said the Cabinet will take a view on whether to make the proposed relief prospective, or retrospective.
BRICS countries need to deepen innovation ties: Report
“BRICS countries need to promote networking between chambers of commerce and industry, business councils, professional associations and unions, intensify collaboration between business entities through joint projects, trade fairs and exhibitions in the hi-tech sector,” said Igor Bogachev, CEO of Zyfra.
We over-invested in India, need to rightsize Blue Dart: DHL Express ecommerce solutions chief
"Why are companies like Amazon and Alibaba adding extra aircraft and flying everywhere, right? If there’s a decline in international trade, I think the traditional measurements such as those of GDP are not sufficient anymore," Ken Allen said.
Ministry of Commerce to showcase Startup India tableau at Republic Day Parade
The objective is to inspire and motivate youth to follow their dreams to generate wealth and become job creators and not just job seekers.
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