FC Weekend


  • Jul
    31
    By Richa Gupta, Senior Director, Deloitte in India

    There has been a lot of discussion on what will be the implications for India as Iran integrates back into the world economy. The response to this question has

  • Iran, which prides itself on being the natural leader of the world’s shia muslims, treats a tiny part of India, Lucknow, as its very own. The capital of Uttar

  • By Rajiv Dogra, Former Diplomat & Author of ‘Where Borders Bleed’

    According to an Iranian proverb “drawn wells have the sweetest waters. ” By that measure Indo-Iranian relations should be among the finest in any global league because they

  • By Satish Chander, Director, General Fertiliser Association of India

    India has traditionally been a strong trade partner of Iran. In fact the two countries’ trade ties strengthened further during the sanctions on Iran when India continued to

  • The country’s largest private sector lender ICICI Bank on Friday said that its asset quality is stabilising but going ahead a lot would depend on how the economy moves.

  • Multi-business conglomerate ITC is investing heavily on research & development (R&D) to create and own intellectual property and build world-class Indian brands in the FMCG space. This is in

  • Engineering and infrastructure major Larsen and Toubro (L&T) missed analysts estimates on Friday with April-June consolidated profit declining by 37. 3 per cent to Rs 606

  • The government spending on creation of assets picked up pace in June increasing as much as 46 per cent on year to Rs 12,676 crore, data released on Friday showed.