Amid increased attempts by Gulf carriers to poach highly-skilled commanders from India, the country’s biggest airline by market share, IndiGo, has given a salary hike of up to 13% to its pilots.
With the intent to try and prevent any chance of cartelisation or collusion among bidders during the forthcoming round of captive coal block auctions in August, the government is mulling tightening the definition of what constitutes a group company.
MasterCard is experimenting with a smartphone app that allows people to confirm their identity and authenticate online transactions via a facial scan.
A panel of the telecommunication department on net neutrality is learnt to have opposed projects such as Facebook’s Internet.org, which allow access to certain websites without mobile data charges, while suggesting that similar plans like Airtel Zero be allowed with prior clearance from the telecom regulator.
Industrialist and India's richest businessman Mukesh Ambani has not taken a pay hike for seven years but his salary is over 205-times that of the median employee remuneration at Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL).
Gujarat-based Adani group signed an MoU with the Tamil Nadu government to set up one of the world’s largest solar parks at a cost of Rs 4,536 crore in the southern district of Ramanathapuram.
Gold prices surged higher at the domestic bullion market on Saturday after sustained offtake from jewellery stockers and retailers amidst a firm overseas trend
Even four years after commissioning three think-tanks to estimate the size of the black economy, the government is yet to get an approximate measure about India’s bustling parallel economy that operate between regulatory boundaries.
Global software company Infosys Ltd announced on Friday that it had plans to invest $10 million (Rs 64 crore) in start-ups based in Ireland after winning a deal from Allied Irish Banks, plc.
The cost of printing one rupee note, which was recently re-introduced after a gap of 20 years, is 14 paise more than its value (Rs 1.14), an RTI query has revealed.
Whatever may come of the Greek referendum and solutions to its current crisis, it is clear that fixing problems in Greek tax structures, foreign investment flows and export activity must take place for the economy to start flourishing again.
Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc director Rajat Gupta lost his bid to overturn his insider trading conviction for passing tips about the bank's financial results and a crucial investment from Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
A consumer will just have to port the number from a service provider to a new operator or the existing one in the state he/she is moving to.
The European Union (EU) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) added further pressure to Greece's beleaguered leaders on Thursday by issuing a warning about the country's dire financial situation, just days ahead of a controversial referendum that could determine the Mediterranean nation's future in the eurozone.
The BSE Sensex on Friday regained the 28,000 mark and rose by 147 points largely on account of higher government spending and renewed buying by Foreign Institutional Investors(FIIs).