The AGM lasted for nearly three-and-a-half hours at Christ University Auditorium in Bengaluru, which was packed with shareholders.
The borrowing history of a person is checked while applying for a home loan, so non-payment of credit card dues can harm your credit history in the long run.
From the current 13 product lines the two luxury brands will have 16 products by 2024.
Voltbek Home, a joint venture between Voltas Ltd and Ardutch B V, a subsidiary of Turkish company Arcelik A S, today started construction of its first facility for home appliances in India at Sanand in Gujarat.
Voltbek Home Appliances - a joint venture between Voltas and Ardutch BV -- said it will set up its first manufacturing facility in the country in Sanand, Gujarat.
Non-Executive Chairman Nandan Nilekani participated in the 37th AGM of Infosys.
India spent 1.02 percent of its GDP (2015-16) as public expenditure on health, lower than what Bhutan and Sri Lanka spend.
The non-executive chairman said that the company has taken several steps during the year to remedy the concerns raised on the matter of stability and is on the verge of something momentous.
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Meanwhile, country's foreign exchange reserves fell by USD 3.039 billion to USD 410.070 billion in the week to June 15, a RBI data showed.
Sources told Reuters the decision was mainly because of a dispute between the company and Chinese regulators over the valuation of its CDRs, but the company denied this.
Since earlier this year, many bankers have had to go through multiple rounds of questioning following scams in the sector.
The AI capability will help Chai Point run its loyalty program with a facial recognition software, which will store and analyse user preferences for quick check-out.
Fund managers believe that share valuations of the pharma companies are cheap, given their prolonged underperformance in the past three years leaving room for significant potential upside
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In the national capital, sugar ready M-30 and S-30 slipped to Rs 3,450-3,560 and Rs 3,440-3,550 from previous levels of Rs 3,530-Com3,670 and Rs 3,520-3,670 per quintal, respectively.
Basu was earlier the deputy managing director handling corporate accounts group
Technically, 66.70 is an important support. Break of 68.10 would be essential for momentum to build upon the upside and this time around that could possibly lead to a new all-time low for the rupee against the US dollar, says Abhishek Goenka of IFA Global.
Xiaomi this week would postpone its mainland share offering until after it completes its listing in Hong Kong, which is scheduled for July 7.
The prime minister will also dedicate 23 development projects undertaken at a cost of Rs 278.26 crore in Indore, Bhopal, Jabalpur, Gwalior and Ujjain under the Smart City Mission, the official said.
Since 2016, this is the third whistleblower complaint the bank has received for alleged impropriety in giving loans
The company forecast 8 percent to 10 percent growth for the business for 2019, compared with 20 percent in 2018, overshadowing its first-quarter revenue and profit beat.
State-run transmission utility Power Grid Corp will commission by the first week of July its first commercial e-vehicle fast charger at one of the metro rail stations in Hyderabad.
The board of directors of the company at its meeting held on March 16, 2018 had recommended issue of Bonus Shares to the shareholders of the company in the ratio of (1:1) i.e. 1 (one) equity share of Re 1 each for every 1 (one) equity share of Re 1 each held by the shareholders of the company.
The launch of the revamped service, along with new uniforms for the crew and cuisine, came in an eventful week when the government decided to put the breaks, for now, on the disinvestment plans for the loss-making State-run carrier.