Ritwik Mukherjee
Senior Assistant Editor
Kolkata
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Collateral damage Rains & storms leave AC market cold in summer

Unseasonal rains, thunderstorms and dust storms have dampened the room air-conditioner (RAC) business in the key markets of north and south India.

Bengal panchayat elections: TMC leads, BJP second

Amid allegations of resorting to poll violence and other irregularities, Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress on Thursday swept the panchayat elections winning 19 out of the 20 Zila Par

A complete makeover with taste & nutrition

Its maiden experience of celebrity brand endorsement with ‘Big B’ landed the company in a legal quagmire as some social activists moved the court alleging that the 45 second ad had promoted the bel

Maoist could be Trinamool’s man to counter Aseemanand

This is what polarisation ploy does to political dynamics. Nine years ago, the West Bengal police were trying to hunt him down.

Tea planters, firms want rise in farm-gate prices

With speculators liquidating positions in line with the subdued physical market trend, mustard seed prices were down by Rs 17 to Rs 3,789 per quintal in futures trade on May 4.

Exide brings in maintenance free battery

Exide Industries Ltd, South Asia’s largest lead acid storage battery maker and India’s largest manufacturer of lead acid storage batteries and power storage solutions provider, has now come up with

Greenply re-brands as Greenpanel

The Rs 1655 crore Greenply Industries Limited (GIL), India's largest interior infrastructure company, will now rebrand its MDF, wood floors, plywood, veneers and doors as Greenpanel.

Traders offload holdings tracking weak leads in the spot markets

With speculators liquidating positions in line with the subdued physical market trend, mustard seed prices were down by Rs 17 to Rs 3,789 per quintal in futures trade on May 4.

Newsmaker: Gym trainer as Historian

He always has some food for thought (read bizarre thought) to offer the Twitterati.

NCLT asks Binani to consider UltraTech bid, Dalmia resents

The impasse over handing over control of the debt-ridden Binani Cement seems to be far from over.

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