All stories by Ishita Ayan Dutt And Avishek Rakshit
Manufacturing sector hits a virtual standstillRediff.com2 days ago
Factories are shutting down owing to a shortage of labour and raw materials, and a lack of logistical support amid the ongoing nationwide lockdown against the coronavirus pandemic.
BJP created 55,000 WhatsApp groups to take on MamataRediff.com4 Jun 2019
The saffron party's IT cell had realised the power of WhatsApp early in the day and wielded it to devastating effect in the Bengal elections.
World has a new largest private tea producerRediff.com22 Apr 2019
Over the past year, McLeod sold 21 gardens in India, reducing almost 32 million kg in production.
How ITC plans to hit Rs 1 trillionRediff.com12 Jan 2019
'We are certainly open to inorganic opportunities to grow.'
What makes Tuticorin agitation different from othersRediff.com24 May 2018
Mass agitations are not particularly uncommon in India. But a mass agitation led by an environment-related issue that has gone out of hand is not something that can be easily recalled.
Why Rising Pune Supergiant changed its name!Rediff.com26 May 2017
'Last year, someone told us you must remove 's' otherwise you won't perform well and we didn't perform well.' 'Obviously, that's not the reason for not performing well, but it didn't hurt us to remove the 's'.'
Infy CEO Vishal Sikka gets thumbs-up from investorsRediff.com11 Feb 2017
Investors also appreciate the role being played by the founders; analysts, too, remain unperturbed.