• Oct
    By Dr Rajiv Kumar, senior fellow, Centre for Policy Research (CPR)

    Tata Sons's decision to remove Cyrus Mistry as its chairman is a very unprofessional move because it goes completely against the reputation of the Tatas for good governance. The

  • Oct

    Shyamsunder Bhat of Exide Life Insurance says there could be some volatility in the currency market in October-November as the foreign currency non-resident (FCNR-B) deposits come up for maturity.

  • Oct
    By Subhash Narayan & Nirbhay Kumar

    Undeterred by the sluggish start to mine auction last year when only six blocks out of 43 containing major minerals such as bauxite, iron ore, limestone could find buyers, the mines ministry is going all out to complete bidding process for 50 mines this year.

  • Sunaina Mattoo Khanna manages talent acquisition & retention, HR operations, designing and implementation of company HR policies for Bajaj Capital.

  • Oct
    By Snehdeep Bohra, associate director – corporates, Fitch Ratings

    Rural India represents a prime example of the “fortune at the bottom of pyramid” model, with about 70 per cent of the country’s population living outside the urban core and

  • By Ramnath Venkateswaran, fund manager equity, LIC MF

    Attractiveness of an investment decision is based on two factors — growth prospects and capital efficiency of the company and valuation, i.e

  • By Dinesh Rohira, founder and CEO, 5nanace.com

    The FMCG sector has played a key role in defining India’s growth story. This sector offers great opportunities and scope for innovation and increasing product efficacy which are

  • Oct

    National Engineering Industries Ltd has four manufacturing plants in India and rolls out one crore bearings a month for several industries, especially for automobiles and railways in the domestic market.

  • Oct
    By Tushar Kanti Chatterjee, management consultant, IIT Kharagpur

    The acquisition of 997 acres of land at Singur for Tata Motors plant and its aftershock affected over 15,000 farmers and landless labourers. The recent Supreme Court verdict has

  • With its profit growing steadily to Rs 464.13 crore in FY 16, city gas distribution company Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) is planning to spread its wings and become a national player in the segment.