• Feb
    20
    By PTI

    The European Union today pressed India to extend by six months its bilateral investment pacts with several EU-member countries which are expiring soon, saying absence of the treaties could adversely

  • If you are driving from Kolkata through Vidyasagar Setu-Kona Expressway-Bombay Road (Kolkata-Mumbai National Highway)-NH2, popularly known as the Delhi Road, barely half a kilometre after you cross Dankuni, you will

  • The fall in crude oil prices over last one-and-half years has failed to provide respite to Indian consumers, who have been feeling the heat of a slowing economy post-demonetisation. In May 2014, when the price of crude oil stood at $106.85 a barrel, petrol and diesel were retailing at Rs 71.41 a litre and Rs 56.71 a litre, respectively.

  • Brand USA, an agency tasked to promote America as tourist destination, remains bullish on Indian visitors, notwithstanding the anti-immigrant pitch of US president Donald J Trump. At present, only

  • Feb
    19

    Kaushik Sarkar, who works at a senior position with a leading global biopharmaceuticals company in the US, was vacationing at his parental place, when the news came in. Sarkar,

  • By FC Bureau

    Yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s (in pic) Patanjali Yogpeeth, a public charitable trust, has won the tax-exempt status from the income-tax appellate tribunal (ITAT), which is second appellate authority under the direct taxes and first independent forum in its appellate hierarchy.

  • By FC Bureau

    The electrical goods company Havells on Sunday said it will acquire consumer durable business of Lloyd Electric & Engineering for about Rs 1,600 crore.

  • Monexo, the peer-to-peer (P2P) banking market place, first floated in Hong Kong by a former Citibank honcho, is now betting big on the Indian market, particularly in the wake of

  • By Reuters

    General Motors Co plans to deploy thousands of self-driving electric cars in test fleets in partnership with ride-sharing affiliate Lyft Inc, beginning in 2018, two sources familiar with the automaker’s

  • The challenges of inventory pile up fired by a demand lag in the real estate sector, has contributed significantly to the morass in Indian realty.
    Sector leaders believe that the