Need to re-look at public policies for service access to MSMEs, solo entrepreneurs: Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar
"We need to see how to create the culture of bringing angel investors for these small enterprises, how to bring technology...we have to see what could be public policy steps to ensure that the small, medium and solo enterprises have access to the highest and most-developed forms of services that they need. We need to focus on our policy," Kumar said.
SP group sells TCS shares again to reduce debt
The TCS share sale is part of the group’s asset monetisation plan to pare its Rs 30,000-crore ...
Public sector officers’ association against privatisation of BPCL
Representatives of officers’ associations from several state-run companies ...
Maha portfolios allocation: Sena's Eknath Shinde gets Home, Urban Development and PWD
Mumbai: A statement from the CM's office said that Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde has been given the charge of Home, Urban Development, Fore...
Shrikant Vaidya to be the next chairman of IOC
Vaidya is currently director finance at IOC. He would be taking over from the current Chairman Sanjiv Singh, who will retire from the position in June 2020.
Park Hotels plans public issue to raise Rs 1,000 crore
The Park Hotels currently runs 25 properties, including 12 under a sub-brand called Zone by The Park.
Public sector banks turn profitable in April-September FY20
PSBs had posted huge losses in 2017-18 and 2018-19 financial years due to heavy provisioning for non-performing assets and other contingencies, according to the minister. State-run lenders had posted aggregate operating profits during 2017-18 and 2018-19 of Rs 1,55,603 crore and Rs 1,53,871 crore respectively.
View: Saudi Aramco's true value is still a mystery
A more open Aramco can only be a good thing, but much will depend on whether it embraces transparency (despite the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia owning almost all of the stock). The IPO process invited a global discussion about Aramco’s true value.
Centre asks states to lift pulses from buffer stock to cool rising prices
The government sells pulses including tur and chana through ration shops at prices ranging between Rs 45-55 a kg. In retail market. the prices of tur, urad and chana are ruling between Rs 70-120 a kg.
Hindustan Aeronautics' management, workmen sign pact for wage revision
Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd on Wednesday said a pact has been signed between the company's management and its workmen on the revision of wage structure with effect from January 1, 2017.
Bumper listing for Ujjivan Small Finance Bank? Grey market suggests stock may list at up to 70% premium
Ujjivan SFB is likely to fix the issue price at Rs 37, the upper limit of IPO price band.
States must not delete ration card holders' names for lack of Aadhaar: Paswan
The central government has asked states and union territories to ensure that names of people are not deleted from the ration card database due to non- possession of Aadhaar, Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Tuesday.
Hyderabad encounter: SC to hear PIL on Wednesday
SC admits a Public Interest Litigation filed over the encounter of the 4 accused in the Hyderabad rape and murder case. The plea will be hea...
Bank of Baroda to sell up to 1.04 crore UTI AMC shares in IPO
Last week, the country's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) had approved diluting up to 8.25 per cent stake in UTI AMC.
ABSL Mutual Fund launches Aditya Birla Sun Life PSU Equity Fund
The scheme will invest predominantly in companies where the government is a majority shareholder with at least 51% shareholding.
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