HindustanTimes Sat,27 Dec 2014


India must tap its hydel power potential

The Indian economy is under developing stage and electric power is one of the basic infrastructure required for its sustained growth.

A leader must catch the wave of change

As I think about the essence of leadership, the first thing that comes to mind is that different circumstances sometimes throw up leaders who are right for that situation.

Banks ready for global challenge

The Indian banking sector is in the process of transforming itself into a globally competitive entity, setting aside all apprehensions regarding NPAs.

Digital intervention in our lives is irrevocable

As we emerge unscathed from the dotcom bust, the digital age is beckoning us. Time for some crystal gazing?

Microsoft to invest more in security: Bill Gates

Preventing a malicious code from being able to exploit any vulnerability is at the center of Microsoft's security efforts, writes Bill Gates

TCS looks to BPO services for more growth

TCS plans to sharpen its focus on back-office services and sees it as a core growth area, its MD S Ramadorai said on Tuesday.

Together we march

One of the leading providers of life and pension products in Europe, Aviva?s Plc has businesses in countries across the world. Anuradha Purbey, company's Associate Director, HR, talks to Shelly Anand.

Ratan Tata, chairman, Tata Sons

Ratan Tata has acquisitive strategy in commercial vehicles and most recently steel has created a buzz about the group.

'Patents law will lead to monopoly'

The chairman of Rs. 2300 crore pharma major Cipla is saddened with the haste with which the Patents Amendment Bill was passed by Parliament.

'Change in tariff norms necessary'

After strengthening its foothold in the domestic general insurance market, the Oriental Insurance is now looking at a global landscape.

Indian biotech faces Chinese threat

India needs to take China seriously in biotech sector, one of the country's top biotech firm's JMD tells Rosy Mishra.

Carlson to begin marketing ops

Already in India with hotel brands like Regent, Park Plaza and Radisson, the CEO of the Carlson group spoke about the company's plans in India.

'Tariff panel report not finalised'

With natural gas emerging as the preferred fuel, GAIL (India) has proved to be a key public sector player of the energy basket.

Huge Govt borrowing are positives

RBI Governor, in an exclusive interview, said that God's grace and solid economic fundamentals have provided the edifice for macro-stability.

Global toast to UB's spirits business

After a demanding photo-shoot on the wing of the brand new A-320, the first of the Kingfisher Airlines fleet, UB Group chairman sat down for an interview.
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