All stories by Aditi Divekar
Domestic firms eye defence sector; plan to cut importsRediff.com2 days ago
The ministry of defence has set a goal of $26 billion, including export of $7 billion for the industry by 2025-26 through its Defence Production Policy 2018.
Another coronavirus fallout: India's shipping businessRediff.com15 Feb 2020
'The coronavirus impact is much bigger than what the market had predicted. We are helpless and simply watching the market at present. Nothing can be done,' said Anil Devli, chief executive officer (CEO) of Indian National Shipowners' Association (INSA).
Shipping freight market defies ongoing trade warRediff.com9 Sep 2019
Huge demand for dry bulk commodities such as iron ore, coal, and grain has helped the Index touch a five year high recently.
Brokerages advise investors to stay away from Vedanta sharesRediff.com4 Feb 2019
Brokerages put sell notice on Vedanta shares over the company's move to buy Volcan Investments' stake in Anglo American via subsidiary Cairn India Holdings, reports Aditi Divekar.
How Naturals plans to woo Gen Y ice cream loversRediff.com2 Feb 2019
While the brand did step into cities such as Delhi in the last few years, it is now stitching up an expansion strategy aimed at partaking of growth in areas where consumption of ice cream remains strong.
Sterlite shooting may dent Vedanta's brand imageRediff.com7 Jun 2018
The brand image, however, may not tarish further as it will have already taken the beating due to consistent injury
The Sarod Brothers and their ErodRediff.com15 May 2017
Sarod brothers Amaan and Ayaan Ali Bangash are waiting to take their creation, the Erod, to the world.
Why steel products will become costlier from AprilRediff.com22 Mar 2017
JSW Steel, Tata Steel, Steel Authority of India, Bhushan Steel, Essar Steel, Jindal Steel & Power, and Rashtriya Ispat Nigam are among the top producers of the alloy in the domestic market
'As long as you are not deforming the music, it is fine'Rediff.com22 Mar 2017
An increasing number of young classical musicians are dabbling in fusion music, discovers Aditi Divekar.
Tough times ahead for India's steel producersRediff.com24 Feb 2017
Traders blame demonetisation for subdued demand in retail segment
Brexit is Tata Steel's additional headacheRediff.com27 Jun 2016
'Brexit might delay the sale process of Tata Steel's UK operations'.
Shipping ministry wants to use road funds for inland waterwaysRediff.com15 Feb 2016
Transportation via inland waterways is cost-effective and more environment-friendly than rail or road transportation
'Tata Steel's margins to remain squeezed as product prices fall'Rediff.com21 Apr 2015
Tata Steel's margins may remain under pressure in FY15.
Investors are positive on Tata SteelRediff.com24 Mar 2015
Tata Steel's domestic operations have been its cash cow.
Is India prepared to tackle a Sony like cyber attack?Rediff.com31 Dec 2014
A national cyber crime and coordination centre meant to fend off such attacks is still awaiting approval
Tech Mahindra looking at bigger deals: Vineet NayyarRediff.com30 Oct 2014
Essentially, the focus will be on cracking big deals.
Tata Steel in talks to sell European unitsRediff.com16 Oct 2014
The company agrees to discussions for long-product division with Swiss group Klesch.
Narendra Patni: India's infotech revolution pioneer is deadRediff.com6 Jun 2014
Narendra Kumar Patni, pioneer of India's information technology (IT) services revolution, passed away in the US.
Tata Steel Europe: On a long road to recoveryRediff.com16 Dec 2013
Analysts sceptical whether company will sustain rise in operating profits.