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Sops India Inc is giving to woo back labourRediff.com10 Jun 2020
Chief executives in the real estate, consumer products, automobiles, construction, and textile sectors said they were all expecting workers to re-join in the next 45-60 days, which would help them ramp-up production from July.
In battle against COVID-19, India faces new challengesRediff.com29 May 2020
The pandemic is set to become even more challenging, with migrant workers returning home, relaxations in lockdown rules, and the approaching monsoon. However, states are looking at community participation to ramp up testing and home treatment of patients
Sector-specific steps must, says India IncRediff.com18 May 2020
Some sectors like aviation, hospitality, travel and tourism, and automobile have witnessed zero cash flow since the lockdown began.
Centre owes Rs 3 trn to states and industryRediff.com5 May 2020
Assocham president Niranjan Hiranandani said his talks with government officials showed dues to industry and states were pending in the form of refunds of income tax, value-added tax, and GST, and compensation, payments to discoms in the power sector, fertiliser subsidies, etc.
Coronavirus: People catch 'hoarding bug' on lockdown fearsRediff.com19 Mar 2020
India Inc hopes for economic revival under NDA 2.0Rediff.com24 May 2019
Corporate leaders said a stable government at the Centre will help boost infrastructure spend, address agricultural distress, and encouraging employment.
Why a weak rupee is bad news for IndiaRediff.com16 Aug 2018
With India's imports exceeding exports, weak rupee does more harm than good. Analysts, however, say that rupee depriciation is positive for export-oriented sectors such as IT services, pharmaceuticals, textiles and automobiles
Should Centre share tax collection pie with states?Rediff.com26 Jul 2018
'All of us have believed in decentralisation. You may not like property taxation, neither do I. My solution is that the Centre does the tax collection, but we can give a matching grant instead of redistribution,' says the outgoing CEA, Arvind Subramanian.
Fresh Panama Paper leaks: Accused deny allegationsRediff.com22 Jun 2018
The Panama Paper leaks were originally revealed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists on April 4, 2016, following which, the government had set up the MAG to probe the matter.
India Inc likely to go on a hiring spree in 2018Rediff.com8 Jan 2018
With the negative impact of demonetisation waning and the implementation of the GST, 80% of the CEOs surveyed said they were planning to hire more people in 2018
A Maharashtra village's cashless dream goes bustRediff.com9 Oct 2017
The government started promoting cashless transactions but forgot that it needs infrastructure.
7th Pay Panel arrears: For some, festive season has already begunRediff.com3 Aug 2016
Home and kitchen appliances, electronic products, apparel and B-segment cars stand to gain.
'Brexit is only a near-term worry'Rediff.com28 Jun 2016
Both Sensex and the rupee posted slight gains on Monday but Brexit concerns lingered.
Brexit keeps India Inc, markets on the edgeRediff.com22 Jun 2016
The referendum will have long-term implications for Indian companies, which earn a substantial portion of revenue from the region.
Modi@2: Government meets India Inc's expectations on reformsRediff.com26 May 2016
The average rating was seven out of 10.
Uber faces a big challenge in KarnatakaRediff.com14 Apr 2016
Uber says it is engaging with state govt to explain why its business model encourages savings for customers.
Jewellers' stir ends but struggle continuesRediff.com13 Apr 2016
A worker earns Rs 10,000-20,000 but in the past month earnings had dwindled to Rs 5,000-7,000.
Banks in no hurry to cut lending ratesRediff.com7 Apr 2016
Any revision in loan rates would be visible next month.
The poor deposit life savings in banks, while rich take loans and flee, says PMRediff.com6 Apr 2016
Vijay Mallya, who faces prosecution in India, is reportedly in London.
Court extends ban, cloud on diesel carsRediff.com1 Apr 2016
The impact of the ban will not be limited to sales.
Women outnumber men at entry-level technology jobsRediff.com16 Mar 2016
The report is based on a joint survey by Nasscom and the PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Airlines can't be forced to fly on unviable routes, say expertsRediff.com18 Feb 2016
The apex court asked the government to get back by March 9 about the policy.
How the government is going all out to draw investorsRediff.com16 Feb 2016
'This is part of our efforts to make it easier to do business.'
Govt may announce new interest rates on small savings schemes soonRediff.com14 Jan 2016
RBI has also announced new guidelines to price loans from April 1.
Govt must revive industrial output: CEOsRediff.com14 Jan 2016
Industrial output fell 3.2 per cent in November.
Social media as a governance tool? Learn it from our ministers!Rediff.com29 Dec 2015
It will be advantage borrowers from April 1Rediff.com18 Dec 2015
Since January 2015, the central bank has lowered its policy rate.
New US visa fee plan to cost Indian IT cos a whopping $400 millionRediff.com18 Dec 2015
The proposed increase is almost double from the present fee.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai to visit IndiaRediff.com4 Dec 2015
This would be the first visit to India as Google CEO.
Market verdict: Rajan to hold interest rateRediff.com26 Nov 2015
RBI has, since January, cut its policy rate four times.
Congress suggestions on GST preposterous, says JaitleyRediff.com25 Nov 2015
Jaitley's concerns are unlikely to cut much ice with the Congress.
Vodafone for conciliation on tax disputeRediff.com19 Nov 2015
The Supreme Court had ruled in Vodafone's favour in 2012.
Bihar effect: Markets may feel aftershocksRediff.com9 Nov 2015
Experts believe the market will fall between 1 and 3%.
Emission ghost haunts Volkswagen in IndiaRediff.com30 Oct 2015
Carmaker meets govt; agrees to give evaluation results by Nov-end.
Investors unfazed by dividend row: IndiGoRediff.com23 Oct 2015
Analysts have questioned the Aditya Ghosh-led company's negative net worth due to a huge dividend payout ahead of an IPO.
6 arrested in BoB forex fraud caseRediff.com14 Oct 2015
Enforcement Directorate is jointly probing the case.
Supreme Court okays green levy on trucks entering DelhiRediff.com10 Oct 2015
Detailed order, to be passed on Monday, will consider green tribunal's decisions
Tax collections to fall short of targetRediff.com6 Oct 2015
FY16 GDP growth was seen at 7.5%, against 8.1-8.5% earlier.
Modi's US tour: Which company pledged whatRediff.com29 Sep 2015
Apple Inc may have the best to offer in the near term.
Hope PM's visit energises people in Silicon Valley: Sundar PichaiRediff.com25 Sep 2015
On the Digital India initiative, Pichai said India was undergoing its own revolution