By Lloyd Mathias The crisis in Yes BankNSE 31.58 % and its impact on customers nationwide has yet again raised the issue of business accountability.
NEW DELHI: Smartphone makers including Apple and Lava have told the government that India’s $28 billion handset manufacturing industry faces a looming threat posed by
By Ateesh Tankha Imagine an Indian hotel chain that’s mortally afraid of the coronavirus. No cases have yet been reported at any of its properties,
The novel coronavirus impact has pushed stock indices sharply down around the world. Indian bourses have followed suit. Does this portend a long-lasting slump? Or
Yesterday’s panic in the global financial and commodities markets encapsulated the year’s new reality. The unabated spread of Covid-19 will extract a big economic cost.
MUMBAI: On the occasion of International Women’s Day, U GRO Capital has launched an unsecured SME lending product, Narayani, exclusively for women entrepreneurs. Narayani offers
The company has cash on hand of approximately Rs 700 crore in the form of investment in liquid mutual fund, it said. The Anil Ambani-controlled
I have often been criticised for being critical of the present regime, even by people near and dear to me. One argument, which has often
Some of the aspects surrounding the farewell of Justice S Muralidhar have no precedent. The serving of the transfer order, which was the genesis of
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday announced a second emergency package to tackle economic woes stemming from the coronavirus outbreak, including $15 billion in
By Nehaa Chaudhuri & Anirudh Rastogi On March 4, the Supreme Court overturned the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) de facto ban on cryptocurrencies. In
By Andy Mukherjee Bungling the rescue of a bank that has more than $20 billion in deposits is probably the costliest own goal India has
The Italian government has revealed more about the spread within the country of coronavirus, which the World Health Organization calls Covid-19, and which first emerged
The spread of coronavirus and turmoil in energy markets have combined to create a perfect storm across the global system. Equity indices have gone into
It is too soon to predict the long-run arc of the coronavirus outbreak. But it is not too soon to recognise that the next global
Place of supply rules are key elements, particularly for services, under the GST regime, as this tax is destination-based. The Kerala High Court has paved