Articles by Kelkar
Feb 19, 2012
Graham Gooch gets permanent job as England batting coachFormer test captain Graham Gooch was appointed England's full-time batting coach on Saturday.
Sep 14, 2011
Insider trading: Tata Sons buys, Yogi Deveshwar sellsAnalysts point out though that the current frenzy in insider buying has got to do with beaten-down valuations.
Sep 06, 2011
New land bill: Who is the winner of them all?The Cabinet approval is a step ahead and paves the way for the Land Acquisition Bill to be introduced in the Parliament. The bill aims to address concerns of farmers who lose their land, help land acquisition for industrialisation and other infrastructural projects.
Aug 29, 2011
India consumer story induces tizzy valuationsA potential transaction of a privately owned company, Fabindia, with revenue of Rs 420 crore for the year ended March 2010-11 and a net profit of Rs 40 crore is attracting newspaper headlines.
Aug 24, 2011
After SBI, BoM at govt door, market is an optionAllocation under bank capitalisation plan envisaged in the Budget doesn't seem to be enough for Bank of Maharashtra. The bank is eyeing more as it has enough legroom since the government holding is at 79%.
Aug 24, 2011
Credit stays dull, but Fed Bank boss optimistic of profit flowInvestors are concerned that banks with exposure to SMEs and infrastructure sector may have to eventually take a hit on profits by restructuring loans.
Aug 22, 2011
Look who is selling or buying Wipro, ITC, M&M and JindalThe buying and selling pattern of insiders is a good indicator of what lies ahead for companies.
Aug 17, 2011
Mee Anna Hazare: Mumbai rallies against graftProtesters at Mumbai's Azad maidan are convinced the movement is fast gaining force and there are tangible gains waiting at the end.
Aug 16, 2011
Corruption on top of global CFO agendaOver the next two years, Indian CFOs prefer to invest in markets like South Africa, UAE, South Korea, Romania and China. Only 3% Indian CFOs said that they would invest in India.
Aug 12, 2011
Hunt for coal mines continues even as prices stay sizzling hotThe total coal import in 2010 was 55 metric tonne (MT) of coal or 13% of the total supplies. This is likely to surge to 186 MT or 31% of the total supplies over the next 4 years.