Are you there? If you are travelling in a car and hope to have a seamless cellphone conversation, good luck to you, especially if you are going over a flyover.
In a huge setback for national carrier Air India (AI), eight senior Boeing 787 Dreamliner pilots, on whom the airline had spent about Rs 40 lakh each on training, have resigned.
As India tries to increase its influence in the East Asian region, Exim Bank has increased its line of credit to the countries as part of the government’s "Act East" policy.
Underlining the need for good economists to frame sensible policies, Reserve Bank India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan has said that the inability to get quality talent may be hurting country's policy-making process.
Britain’s health regulator, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), has come out in support of ‘made in India’ drugs.
Qatar Airways said on Tuesday it was in talks with IndiGo about taking a stake in India's biggest airline that would expand the Gulf carrier's foothold in one of the world's fastest growing aviation markets.
Coming down hard on carmakers found to be restricting sale of spare parts in the open market, fair trade regulator CCI on Tuesday imposed a penalty of Rs 420.26 crore on Hyundai Motor India and asked two others, Reva and Premier, to 'cease and desist' from anti-competitive practices.
In a fresh crackdown, Sebi on Tuesday cancelled the registration of Sahara Mutual Fund saying it was no longer 'fit and proper' to carry out this business and ordered transfer of its operations to another fund house.
China's stock market tumbled this week despite a massive government intervention aimed at halting a slide in prices that began last month following an explosive rise. On Monday, the Shanghai Composite Index suffered its biggest daily fall since 2007. Here's what the sell-off means for the Chinese economy and other countries.
SpiceJet on Tuesday posted its second straight quarterly profit at Rs 71.8 crore in the three months that ended in June, helped by a steep 42% reduction in costs and higher seat occupancy.
Camry and Prius maker Toyota broke GM's decades-long reign as the world's top automaker in 2008 but lost the crown three years later as Japan's 2011 earthquake-tsunami disaster hammered production and disrupted the supply chains of the country's automakers.
India's largest car-maker Maruti Suzuki India on Tuesday posted 56.49% increase in its standalone net profit at Rs 1,192.92 crore in the first quarter riding on high volumes, favourable foreign exchange and cost reduction efforts.
The benchmark BSE Sensex fell for the fourth straight session on Tuesday by 102.15 points to 27,459.23 as realty and auto shares dropped on receding hopes of a rate cut by the Reserve Bank and mixed bag of corporate earnings.
Snapping its 4-day losing streak, the rupee rose by 25 paise at 63.91 against the US dollar on fresh selling of the American currency by banks and exporters amidst renewed foreign capital outflows.
Debt-ridden Greece and the global pharmaceutical industry are not getting along well. The Greek government has recently accused more than 50 pharmaceutical firms, globally, of cutting off supplies of key drugs.