Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft and Apple are chipping in with money to help citizens tide over this difficult period.
While the need for a large fiscal stimulus is paramount, its prospects should be examined taking into consideration the scope for financing a large fiscal deficit.
Our cities welcome the work done by migrants, but their presence is not. This is not a sustainable model of urban development. COVID-19 and the lockdown have only underlined this truth.
In this video, Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra dissects the problems faced by the agricultural sector due to COVID-19.
Once the country's largest airline, 15 entities have shown interest in Jet but no one has submitted a financial bid until now.
Rohit Kapoor, CEO - India & South Asia, OYO Hotels & Homes, talks about disruption in payment cycles and OYO's efforts to contribute towards the fight against COVID-19.
Most patients are being treated in government hospitals where tests are free and healthcare costs cheaper.
When compared to the government-backed rail transport or corporate-backed aviation sector, the trucking industry is at the forefront of the financial crisis unravelling due to COVID-19
In this episode of Big Story, Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra decodes what led to the sharp uptick in the industrial output.
The pandemic has taught us the pitfalls of depending on other countries to meet our essential supplies. This is an opportune moment to focus and boost the Make in India programme
In today's edition of Ideas For Profit, Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra talks about how well the auto component segment is placed to weather the current storm.
Aviation, cement, automobile and hospitality among sectors likely to face highly turbulent times, down the road
Moneycontrol' Sakshi Batra shares more details on how COVID-19 could spell the worst for the realty sector and what should home buyers do who have already bought a house or are planning to buy one?
The images of migrants on roads across India should perhaps help us re-evaluate the often romanticised images of the massive movement of workers annually in China
Telcos could each take a 1-1.5% one-time hit on revenue if they waive call charges for migrant labourer users.
Board-level policies are being looked at by banks for the same
HDFC Bank has delivered manifold returns since it made its debut at the exchanges in 1995.
Repo rate now stands at 4.40% vs 5.15% earlier
The government has chosen to adopt a graded action plan, instead of a big bang one-off push to keep the lights on
Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra takes us through the latest developments in aviation. She also tells us how critical a government bailout is to prevent the industry from going belly up?