The assembly elections of December 2018 are crucial, which is probably why the campaigning has been ugly.
The Oxford Economics' report called Global Cities: The future of the world’s leading urban economies to 2035 headlines the fact that all of the world's 10 fastest growing cities from 2019 to 2035 will be right here in India.
The German car giant has announced that its core brand will develop its final generation of vehicles using combustion engine technology in 2026.
As many news sources have stated, the Indian unit of Johnson & Johnson had suppressed key facts on the ill effects of surgeries conducted on patients in India using their faulty hip implants.
In this Moneycontrol podcast, we will discuss another ATM related crisis looming on the horizon.
Even though the meeting between the government and the RBI might have ended amicably, it remains to be fathomed whether the outcome has opened the door for accelerated national growth or unprecedented financial uncertainty.
Most EU leaders want the world's fifth largest economy however to return to the fold and European Council President Donald Tusk has even said that the EU is prepared to cancel Brexit.
3.8 million deaths occur every year – mostly in low- and middle-income countries – as a result of household exposure to smoke from dirty cookstoves and fuels.
Chhattisgarh goes to the polls on November 12 and 20. Here is a quick look at seven of several factors that might end up playing a huge role when the people of Chhattisgarh go out to elect the 90-member assembly.
In our Pick of the Day, we take a look at what role anti-incumbency may be playing in the three big states where we are set to witness a head-to-head battle between the BJP and the Congress.
How these states voted in the past, and what is at stake, will be among the talking points on this edition of our Pick of the Day. My name is Rakesh, and you are listening to Moneycontrol.
While Flipkart and Amazon kicked off their festive sales starting October 10, offline players are also gearing up to offer interesting deals for consumers.
Restricting imports is a part of the government’s five-point strategy to arrest the rupee’s slide.
The sales hosted during the festive period of October-November by the online majors every year. generate a majority of their annual sales. With the dates overlapping, this year the competition is going to be tougher.
The events leading up to the exodus; the violence seen across various districts of Gujarat; the inevitable mudslinging by opposing political parties will be among the chief topics we will discuss on this edition of our Pick of the Day.
What can a billion dollars get you? In this podcast, we will entertain a slightly different question – what did these billionaires do to get to be billionaires?
If you have any intense air travel planned for the upcoming holiday season, perhaps you might want to rethink.
Yes Bank has been under the regulator’s lens after it reported divergences in classification of non-performing assets as compared to the assessment by the RBI.
Global trade war concerns, crisis in emerging markets, rise in crude oil prices, the sudden attractiveness of the US economy with corporate tax cuts and increase in interest rate by the Federal Reserve have been cited as reasons for the freefall in the rupee.
There is now every prospect that as the BJP and Congress set out competing and contrasting visions for India's future, health will rightly become a decisive issue in next year's general election.
34 power assets with a capacity of 40,130 MW remain stressed. The larger issue of ever-enlarging NPAs in the power sector constitutes the main theme of our Story of the Day today.
The transaction will position Aurobindo as the second-largest dermatology player and the second-largest generics company in the US, by prescriptions.
The growth has been on the back of a pickup in manufacturing and low base from the year-ago period.
Analysts believe Apple plans to release three new smartphones this year, including one with a larger display than previous models
The rupee has been on a continuous freefall against the dollar. But why is this happening and who gains from it?