The world’s 10 most liveable cities

Vienna has ended Melbourne’s seven-year reign as the world’s most liveable city, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit.

Gaining confidence on demand revival

Emkay Confluence 2018 brought together companies spanning various industries.

Bidri Master Abdul Rahim Jaffer

An American friend was expected to arrive in two weeks in Delhi. She had planned on celebrating her  52nd birthday with me and then go to Srinagar.

By end of FY18 pending investor grievances declined 16%, says Sebi

Investor grievances pending with Sebi dropped by 16 per cent to nearly 3,800 at the end of 2017-18 with the markets regulator working on their expeditious disposal, according to a Sebi report.&nbsp


Firefighting foams have been in commercial use since the early 1900s.

July witnesses 11 PE exits worth $376 million: EY

Indian PE funds have returned significant amount of capital to their investors and July 2018 recorded 11 exits totalling $376 million, says an EY report.

Stop the fall

As India celebrated its 72nd Independence Day, reports of a rupee slump below the 70-mark vis-à-vis the US dollar hit the wires.

Figuratively speaking

The creation of new jobs is essential for a healthy economy. However, the lack of reliable data on jobs is currently a much debated issue and key concern in the country today.

Small stocks fall 13% so far this year

The BSE's Small-cap and Mid-cap indices have failed to impress, with smaller stocks falling up to 13 per cent so far this year against their bigger peers.

Worst flood in a century kills 67 in Kerala, more rain likely

The death toll from the worst floods in nearly a century in Kerala rose to 67 on Wednesday as rising water stranded tens of thousands of people and forced the closure of one of its main airports.