All stories by Aditi Shah
Tata Motors disappoints Street with 56% fall in Jan-March profitRediff.com26 May 2015
Tata Motors Quarteryl profit down 56 per cent on higher input cost
India builds first 'smart' city as urban population swellsRediff.com15 Apr 2015
Some experts believe that building new cities may not be the answer to India's swelling urban population.
Mahindra to expand renewables business amid India's clean energy pushRediff.com26 Jan 2015
The group also plans to commission 500 MW of solar power projects
Buying a property? Foreign investors prefer to shop onlineRediff.com12 Jan 2015
NRIs are increasingly buying properties in India online.
SpiceJet asked to pay $31.5 mln to airport operator: SourceRediff.com30 Dec 2014
SpiceJet is having tough times due to a huge financial crunch.
Crisis-hit SpiceJet manages to clear staff salaries, fuel duesRediff.com26 Dec 2014
Troubled carrier SpiceJet has paid employees' salaries for November and cleared dues of fuel companies as well.
India considers temporary cap on airfaresRediff.com22 Dec 2014
Fierce competition among airline firms has long limited price increases despite crippling operating costs
Co-founder of SpiceJet seeks time to finalise rescueRediff.com22 Dec 2014
Officials in India's civil aviation ministry are now expected to meet SpiceJet stakeholders within a couple of days to discuss the revival plan
Did your car fail safety test? Blame it on Indian lawsRediff.com5 Nov 2014
Manufacturers say they are complying with the rules and regulations laid down by the government.
Property tycoon KP Singh's future in doldrums?Rediff.com18 Oct 2014
It has been a difficult year for Singh, whose fate from the start has been closely tied to that of the Gandhi family.
Weak monsoon rains could hurt auto salesRediff.com11 Jun 2014
Weak monsoon rains could have a negative impact on India's automobile sector which is seeing early signs of improvement with the sale of passenger cars and utility vehicles rising in May.