Sangeetha G.

Sangeetha G.
Senior Correspondent
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  • May 25 2017, 2341

    Higher GST rates for mid-to-high class hotels will negate the growth the country has been seeing in foreign tourist arrivals in the recent past, after the government introduced e-visa facility.

  • May 25 2017, 0027

    In the past three years, the e-commerce industry went through peaks and troughs as it moved past the exuberant times and shed flab, resulting in massive job losses. During

  • May 22 2017, 2328

    The ministry of health and family affairs along with Niti Ayog, is preparing a framework for public-private partnership (PPP) to tackle the menace of non-communicable diseases (NCD’s) in the country.

  • May 22 2017, 0204

    During its first two years in office the Modi government did not have a clear direction for the healthcare sector. However in the past eight months or

  • May 15 2017, 0055

    Consolidation reduced funding and slower growth in the e-commerce industry is telling on hiring as well. Incremental hiring in the sector is expected to come down this year

  • May 12 2017, 0120

    Travel insurance is poised to see significant expansion in India. Insurance players are coming out with policies that cover not just air and rail travel but road transport as

  • May 12 2017, 0037

    The decks have finally been cleared for the sale of e-commerce major Snapdeal to its bigger rival Flipkart. Japan’s Softabank, the biggest investor in Snapdeal, has successfully brokered an agreement with Nexus Venture Partners, which was earlier resisting the sale plan.

  • May 11 2017, 0032

    Softbank’s mounting losses in Snapdeal is not going to negatively impact the Flipkart-Snapdeal merger. The merger talks are still on though the Wednesday’s meeting did not happen

  • May 11 2017, 0029

    Consolidation and growth has been going hand in hand in the Indian e-commerce space. The consolidation initially saw the bigger players buying out smaller ones vertical players or

  • May 10 2017, 2352

    India’s burgeoning e-commerce market is in the throes of a cash crunch. Japanese investor Softbank has announced that it has written off $1