• Apr
    19

    For the first time in three years, car sales in India, the world’s fifth largest car market, entered green territory despite high fuel and interest costs and a slowing economy.

  • Apr
    13

    During January-March the banking sector’s loan growth has remained weak. It was 9

  • Apr
    05

    One basket of stocks that rallied quietly ahead of most of the market all through the financial year just gone by is tyremakers. That too when the auto industry,

  • Mar
    29

    The conclusion of the country’s biggest telecom spectrum auctioning on Wednesday has made the government richer by $17. 7 billion

  • Mar
    22

    India’s sugar industry has been going through tough times for sometime now, thanks to high output, drop in global demand, lower export volumes and high debt levels.
    Recently, Mawana Sugars

  • Mar
    15

    The fourth quarter of the financial year is expected to be ‘soft’ for the IT industry with muted revenue growth. Cross-currency fluctuations have played a major part in the

  • Mar
    01

    In a major fillip to the infrastructure sector the government has increased the total budgetary outlays and the capital expenditure for the public sector companies by almost Rs 1 lakh

  • Nov
    30

    The government is keen to get the insurance (laws) amendment bill passed in the ongoing winter session of Parliament. Several parties such as the Trinamool Congress Janata Dal-United

  • Oct
    12
    By Falaknaaz Syed

    Domestic lenders are likely to post a healthy set of numbers for the September quarter on a year-on-year basis, thanks to a lower base in the year-ago quarter, but earnings

  • Sep
    28

    The pharma industry in India heaved a sigh of relief when the government decided to withdraw a special power that had earlier allowed the National Pharma Pricing Authority to slash