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Air India posts highest-ever net loss of Rs 8,556 cr in 2018-19; receives Rs 30,520-cr equity infusion from FY'12
Business

Air India posts highest-ever net loss of Rs 8,556 cr in 2018-19; receives Rs 30,520-cr equity infusion from FY'12

Puri said that the crisis-hit Air India has received an equity infusion of Rs 30,520.21 crore from financial year 2011-12 till date.

FRP: Here’s how the super material is shaping our future
Brands

FRP: Here’s how the super material is shaping our future

Tata Steel is one of the Indian companies to leverage FRPs for the creation of High-Pressure Vessels in the water filtration industry.

Maharashtra sugar mills struggle to pay crop farmers as arrears pile up to Rs 4,575 cr; oversupply in overseas markets deepens crisis
India

Maharashtra sugar mills struggle to pay crop farmers as arrears pile up to Rs 4,575 cr; oversupply in overseas markets deepens crisis

Sugar mills in Maharashtra only managed to pay 39 percent (Rs 2,875.37 crore) of the farmer dues by 31 December, with Rs 4,575.53 crore left as arrears.

Air India gets a breather: Beleagured airline gets Rs 2,100 cr as guaranteed borrowing from govt
Business

Air India gets a breather: Beleagured airline gets Rs 2,100 cr as guaranteed borrowing from govt

The government has guaranteed borrowing of Rs 100 crore to Air India, said RN Choubey, Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) according to a media report.

Air India disinvestment will not happen 'immediately, not in near future', says govt official to Parliamentary panel
Business

Air India disinvestment will not happen 'immediately, not in near future', says govt official to Parliamentary panel

The proposed strategic stake sale of debt-laden Air India failed to take off in May and the government is now working on ways to revive the fortunes of the airline.

Debt-ridden Air India expects to pay lenders, jet leasing firms in two weeks; eyes fresh capital from government
Business

Debt-ridden Air India expects to pay lenders, jet leasing firms in two weeks; eyes fresh capital from government

Three banks and two aircraft leasing companies have reportedly served default notices on Air India over the past few weeks.

Research on agrarian distress is inadequate; we need some proper indicator, says Ramesh Chand of NITI Aayog
Business

Research on agrarian distress is inadequate; we need some proper indicator, says Ramesh Chand of NITI Aayog

Most researchers are arriving at this conclusion of agrarian distress by citing farmers suicides. We are just using this emotional indicator, says Ramesh Chand of NITI Aayog

Panicky government rains sops on sugarcane farmers, risks turning industry diabetic
Business

Panicky government rains sops on sugarcane farmers, risks turning industry diabetic

Political meddling in the pricing of sugarcane has made the sugar economy unsteady.

Pawar takes on Centre, Maharashtra govt, demands funds for sugar factories
Politics

Pawar takes on Centre, Maharashtra govt, demands funds for sugar factories

Supporting the lobby of sugar factories for their inability to give Fair and Remunerative Price (FRP) to sugarcane farmers, the NCP president Sharad Pawar on Thursday said that union and state government must take the issue seriously and provide the financial assistance to sugar factories for giving the FRP to farmers.

Patni Introduces Hosted Reconciliation Soln For Global Financial Institutions
Biztech

Patni Introduces Hosted Reconciliation Soln For Global Financial Institutions

The GRF covers a full spectrum of financial data management including positions, cash, income/ expenses and profit and loss.