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Rural, urban households prefer private hospitalsRediff.com12 Apr 2016
Access to private hospitals is a costly affair.
IT ministry cautions Flipkart, Amazon against collecting buyer's Aadhaar detailsRediff.com12 Apr 2016
It also claimed entities were fleecing unsuspecting people by charging up to Rs 200 to get their Aadhaar cards printed.
Passenger growth, lower fuel prices to boost revenues of airlinesRediff.com12 Apr 2016
Strong passenger growth will help domestic airlines improve their top line and margins.
StanChart looks to shed $1.4-billion loans in IndiaRediff.com12 Apr 2016
Assets that are on the block include loans, proprietary bond and equity investments.
Skymet predicts above normal monsoon in 2016Rediff.com12 Apr 2016
Skymet is the first major Indian weather forecasting agency to have issued a monsoon forecast for 2016.
Mistry, Tata skip dinner with royal coupleRediff.com12 Apr 2016
Sources in the Tata group said they could not attend as they were travelling.
Now, transfer your money via SMSRediff.com12 Apr 2016
Unified Payments Interface launched to simplify mobile banking.
North India without jobs? It's an alarming situationRediff.com7 Apr 2016
Researchers at Ambit capital fear that the region "runs the risk of exploding as millions of barely literate men face a lifetime without jobs and without women."
Rains may break 2-year El Nino jinxRediff.com7 Apr 2016
Though the summer is expected to be hotter, global and domestic forecasts point to good rains.
Now, apply for a UK visa from homeRediff.com7 Apr 2016
On Demand Mobile Visa service is launched by VFS Global and UK Visas and Immigration.
Murthy slams Indian IT firms, says they behave like immigration agentsRediff.com6 Apr 2016
'Indian companies has a responsibility to create jobs for Americans, too'
New civil aviation policy likely to ground 5/20 ruleRediff.com6 Apr 2016
The ministry is considering as many as 15 options to replace the controversial rule.
The battle we are really fighting today is for credibility: RajanRediff.com6 Apr 2016
'We don't know how much the Pay Commission outflow will be.'
Following RBI's liquidity push, onus now on banks to deliverRediff.com6 Apr 2016
Bankers and economists agree rates will soften, though the quantum would depend on banks' asset-liability profile
Interesting facts about India's fastest trainRediff.com5 Apr 2016
Gatimaan's record speed of 160 km per hour (kph) would be a marginal improvement over the maximum 150 kph clocked currently by Bhopal Shatabdi on the same route.
How Indians splurge their money abroadRediff.com5 Apr 2016
Bankers say outward remittances is confusing but can still be attributed to perception of stability in Indian economy.
Service tax dept to auction Vijay Mallya's planes: CBECRediff.com3 Apr 2016
Total disputed liability of Mallya with respect to service tax to the tune of Rs 535 cr
Kolkata flyover collapse: 'Act of God' plea lacks legal biteRediff.com2 Apr 2016
Other than breach of contract, a case for criminal negligence can also be made out in such a situation
Kolkata flyover collapse: IVRCL's new orders might be hitRediff.com2 Apr 2016
In 2009, the company was blacklisted by the then Andhra Pradesh government after two labourers were killed when a trench dug for sewage pipe caved in
Kolkata flyover collapse: IVRCL says not at fault for mishapRediff.com2 Apr 2016
Says it followed all quality standards, probe needed on causes; top management remains unavailable
Rupee worst performer among Asian peersRediff.com1 Apr 2016
The rupee is expected to remain volatile in the new financial year.
Flyover tragedy: Big blow to the construction companyRediff.com1 Apr 2016
The IVRCL termed the project the toughest undertaken by KMDA.
Presence of natural MSG not an offence: Food regulatorRediff.com1 Apr 2016
This move gives clean chit to noodles and pastas containing MSG.
New FDI norms pose rejig challenge for e-commerce majorsRediff.com31 Mar 2016
Some companies are already seeking review of the new norms.
Mukesh Ambani lists 5 mega trends that will define digital futureRediff.com31 Mar 2016
Data is the new oil, and intelligent data is the new petrol, said Mukesh Ambani
Tatas in AirAsia India pilot seatRediff.com29 Mar 2016
With its nominees on the board, Tata Sons will have the controlling stake of 51%.
E-commerce firms in India to pump in big moneyRediff.com29 Mar 2016
Uber India has readied itself for another $500 million (Rs 3,300 crore) investment in the next three months.
iPhone SE: Hits and missesRediff.com28 Mar 2016
The SE reportedly has 2GB of random-access memory.
Forex reserves touch all-time high of $356 bnRediff.com26 Mar 2016
Rise in reserves was predominantly on account of increase in FCAs
Battle for the sky heats up ahead of summerRediff.com23 Mar 2016
According to latest data, new airlines have a combined market share of 5.4 per cent.
Taxi warfare: Uber drags Ola to court over 'false bookings'Rediff.com23 Mar 2016
US-based ride hailing firm accuses rival of making false bookings on its platform, drags it to Delhi High Court.
The tech start-up that has drawn Sachin's attentionRediff.com23 Mar 2016
Smartron is part of a new wave of IoT startups.
Mallya has brought a bad name to India's private sector: JaitleyRediff.com22 Mar 2016
'How long can you lead a life like this?'
Jack Ma's Alibaba set to take on Jeff Bezos' Amazon in IndiaRediff.com19 Mar 2016
Chinese e-commerce giant planning to enter India this year, will take on global e-retailer
India to be 3rd biggest aviation market by 2020Rediff.com18 Mar 2016
In 2015, India's domestic aviation market clocked 81 million flights.
Wilful defaulters must pay, says CEA on Mallya fiascoRediff.com18 Mar 2016
The ED has received documents from almost all banks that lent money to KFA.
Top 10 buyers of the A320neo aircraftRediff.com17 Mar 2016
A320neo, the narrow-body, fuel-efficient aircraft from the Airbus stable, is making its debut at the Hyderabad air show.
Advertisers bet big on rural IndiaRediff.com17 Mar 2016
Advertisement revenues will go up in 2016-17 with automobiles and e-commerce being big contributors.
5 changes Rajya Sabha wanted in Aadhaar BillRediff.com17 Mar 2016
The Congress and the Left parties might move court to challenge LS speaker's ruling on Aadhaar as money Bill.
Quality of life? Indian cities score badlyRediff.com15 Mar 2016
Indian cities fared poorly compared with their global counterparts.