Industrialist Mukesh Ambani on Monday regained his position as the world's richest Indian with a networth of $19.6 billion, as pharma tycoon Dilip Shanghvi slipped to the second place after remaining on the top for about seven weeks.
The government has asked public sector banks to proactively inform account holders under the PM's Jan Dhan Yojana about their eligibility to take an overdraft.
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United Spirits chairman Vijay Mallya, who has been asked by majority stake holder Diageo Plc to resign from his position, has said that he has no intention to quit.
India failed to meet the exports target of $340 billion set for 2014-15 due to economic slowdown in many countries, commerce and industry minister Nirmala Sitaraman said on Sunday.
At least three of the biggest global banks have told their clients to stop buying Indian shares on worries over the land bill and tax claims by the government, sources at the banks said
A Parliamentary panel has questioned the credibility of India’s new method to calculate national income, casting doubts of over a recently-released statistical formula that had turned up a surprise: GDP in 2013-14 grew 6.9% instead of the earlier 4.7%.
At least three of the biggest global banks have told their clients to stop buying Indian shares on worries over the land bill and tax claims by the government, sources at the banks said.
To comply with as many as eight labour laws, firms can now file a single unified return under a new online facility launched by the labour ministry on Friday.
Google paid its billionaire executive chairman Eric Schmidt nearly $109 million (about Rs 650 crore) last year while the company’s stock slumped.
Infosys Ltd, India's second-largest software services exporter, on Thursday posted a 3.5% rise in quarterly net profit, lagging analyst estimates.
The rupee declined by 11 paise at fresh three-month low of 63.43 against the US dollar in early trade on Friday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on renewed demand for the American currency from banks and importers amid foreign capital outflows in the equity market.
Extending Thursday's losses, the benchmark BSE Sensex fell over 139 points in early trade on Friday due to continued foreign capital outflows and persistent selling by investors amid muted corporate earnings.
The rupee on Thursday plummeted to an over three-month low of 63.32 by losing 50 paise against the US dollar on renewed demand for the American currency from banks and importers amid foreign capital outflows in the equity market.
The government in October launched a massive green push to replace 750 million tungsten bulbs with energy-efficient LED ones. But it is the Chinese companies, and not the local manufacturers, who are set to scoop up a bulk of the potential Rs 24,000-crore worth of orders as domestic companies don't have the wherewithal to meet this demand.