Corporate India News
India Inc on Monday pitched for focus on rapidly improving human capital and agricultural productivity to sustain the economic growth trajectory, while cheering the GDP growth projection of 7-7.5 percent in 2018-19 laid out by the Economic Survey
Spicejet CEO Ajay Singh said India has a great story to tell at Davos and there can be no one better than Prime Minister Modi to tell this story
Ficci was launched in 1927 on the advice of Mahatma Gandhi to industry leaders Ghanshyam Das Birla and JRD Tata
Any cuts in corporation tax may happen only if GST collections are robust this year and the next.
Ficci said the Indian industry is deeply saddened by the demise of the Tamil Nadu chief minister, who will be remembered for making "relentless efforts" for the state's economic progress.
Replanning supply chain logistics and investing in data analytics to better business - rather than manage them - will be necessary. It will be prudent on the part of companies to set aside a budget
Growing threats of terrorism, natural disasters and increasing instances of social unrest have made physical security one of the biggest concerns for corporate India.
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s visit to India started with an early morning aarti to the iconic Siddhivinayak Temple; the visit sent a message to the LGBT communities in India that hopefully Ganpati Bappa will remove the obstacles created by Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code
Briefing reporters about the meeting, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on its part, the industry urged the prime minister to step up investments in further strengthening the economy.
Manufacturing output, which constitutes over 75 percent of the index, contracted by 7.6 percent in October as compared to a dip of 1.3 percent in the same month last year.
Presently, banks are allowed to take up to 10 per cent equity holdings in companies whose loans are being recast.
In India all employees -- from production workers to executive directors -- are set to have higher pay raises than last year.
Industry chambers and individual corporate leaders on Thursday reacted in an upbeat manner to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' initiative and said the step, having a potential to change India's economic future, was a concrete step in the right direction.<br />
India's IT sector may have generated 2,30,000 jobs in 2012 with high potential women and men starting out on an equal footing, but when it comes to job level and pay, there is a huge gender gap that emerges over time. The result? Women not only earn less but also receive fewer developmental opportunities.<br /><br />
These new trusts are being registered under a new framework that provides for mandatory inclusion of 'Electoral Trust' in their names and enables applicable tax benefits for funds given to various political outfits.<br /><br />
"India's GDP growth to remain weak at 5.5 percent in the fiscal year ending March 2015, as elections in mid-2014 will delay reforms needed to revive the economy," Moody's Investors Service said in a report.<br /><br />
Anybody can set up a company now, call it an electoral trust and start giving political donations. The report also says the government has happily done away with all restrictions regarding the amount that can be given away.
Calling upon the citizens to join the industry's grassroots movement aimed at a more inclusive growth with sustainable development by 2022, when India will celebrate her 75th Independence Day, these leaders made a public pledge at a CII event, marking the beginning of the 'India@75 Movement'.
Getting news channels to give him airtime is child's play for Modi and his think-tank. Getting him to speak to diverse, focused and influential audiences is much harder work
The depreciating rupee has been adding to the problem because a huge proportion of the outstanding debt of these corporate groups is in foreign currency