In an interview to CNBC-TV18, B Thiagarajan, Joint MD of Blue Star spoke about the happenings pre and post goods and services tax (GST) in the company and gave his outlook going ahead.
Since the dawn of the millennium, the percentage of the Indian population with access to the internet has gone up from 0.5 percent to nearly 30 percent in 2016.
A recent survey by KRC Research revealed that automation holds real business potential, despite differing viewpoints among business leaders and employees.
This year, Morgan Stanley projects the demand-supply gap to increase to 45 percent, pressurizing prices to go down further
The infographic assesses the performance of certain health indicators in the EAG states on the basis National Family Health Survey, 2016-17.
If the tensions escalate and trade channels are disrupted, then both nations are likely to suffer significant monetary losses.
The Swiss, who has won 18 men's singles Grand Slam titles, became only the third person to reach the milestone.
The new tax rates of various goods under the national goods and service tax (GST) will be applicable on goods starting today.
It will be interesting to see how many takers XBOX One X finds and what fortune does this bring for Microsoft which is at fourth place in the revenue from games.
The agreement was reached keeping in mind the needs of developing nations and asked developed economies to scale up their financial support in the green climate fund.
The global average temperature across land and water surfaces in 2016 was 58.69°F (14.84°C), 1.69°F above the 20th century average of 57.0°F.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Shekhar Swarup, ED of Globus Spirits spoke about the results and his outlook for the company.
Here is a compilation of surveys by CMS-India on the perception and experience of citizens about corruption in public services.
Reforms initiated by the government to boost economic activity, kick start investment cycle, and double agricultural income, among others all support smallcap companies.
Midcap stocks came on investors’ radar after the Modi-led NDA government came to power back in 2014 on renewed focus on reforms
Eicher Motors, Indiabulls Housing Finance, Maruti Suzuki, Yes Bank, IOC, BPCL, and IndusInd Bank among others doubled on the Nifty.
It has been three years since the NDA-led government came to power. It is time to take stock. The government deserves credit for taming runaway lentil prices, but stands guilty of denying cheaper petrol and diesel to millions of consumers.
The country’s largest car maker Maruti Suzuki grew by 7 percent while Hyundai grew by 9 per cent and Tata Motors grew by a scorching 84 percent during last month.
Doubling of bitcoin prices, halving of US healthcare stock prices, a brutal sell-off in copper prices and Britain choosing to remain in the European Union are some forecasts by Copenhagen-based Saxo Bank‘s in its report â€˜Outrageous predictions for 2017‘.
Data from the Life Insurance Council, the industry body for the life insurance companies, showed LIC‘s new premiums saw a 140 percent jump on a year-on-year basis with the insurer collecting Rs 12,528.07 crore as new premium.
In November, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) net sold equities worth Rs 18,909 crore, the highest ever monthly outflow, triggering a streak that saw net sales for 18 consecutive days from November 9 through to December 5.
Here are 5 stocks where insiders sold post-November 8, when PM Narendra Modi made his surprise demonetisation announcement.
After banning legal tender status of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes since November 8, there has been a huge surge in banks' deposits. To reduce that surplus liquidity available with the banking system, the Reserve Bank of India, on last Saturday, announced temporary measures by applying an incremental cash reserve ratio.
Ambit has scrapped its March 2017 Sensex target of 29500 and has set March 2018 Sensex target of 29000 stating that demonetisation will paralyse economic activity in the short term.
Since the overnight currency ban on November 8, queues at banks and outside ATMs have become the norm. While the government has been forthcoming in its assurances that replacements to the old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 are being printed on the double, reality suggests a different story.