A high-level official delegation of the Uttarakhand government visited Startup Village here to study the functioning of the incubator and to examine the possibility of replicating it in the north Indian state.
Bandhan Financial Services, which has received in-principle approval to start banking operation, plans to set up 20 branches in the state in 2015-16, said a Reserve Bank of India (RBI) official.
India's software market registered the highest growth rate of 8.3 per cent in terms of total revenues among BRICS nations in 2014, market research firm Gartner said today.
Bengaluru-based drug maker Strides Arcolab today reported a standalone net profit of Rs 69.66 crore for the quarter-ended March 31, 2015. The company had posted a net loss of Rs 48.26 crore for the corresponding period of the previous fiscal, the company
Ahmedabad-headquartered Troikaa Pharmaceuticals, which was struggling to get clearances, has begun construction at site in Sanand where it has about 75 acres of land in posession.
Private sector electricity producer Tata Power will move out of the stock market benchmark index Sensex and will be replaced by drugmaker Lupin.
Stung by a punitive tax on cigarettes, net profit of cigarettes-to-hotel major ITC rose by 3.6 per cent at Rs 2,361 crore in the March quarter, against Rs 2,278 crore in the year-ago period, missing Street expectations by a wide margin.
The Reserve Bank should keep the interest rates steady in the near term keeping in view the upward risks to inflation such as estimated lower foodgrain production, possibility of below-normal monsoon and rise in fuel prices, says a Dun & Bradstreet
Encouraged by the strong results for the March quarter and the annual financial results for 2014-15, Britannia Industries has an aggressive plan to expand its product offerings and sales network.
Titan Company Ltd today opened a specialty retail store spread over 6,600 sq ft at Vizag, wherein it will retail all three consumer products such as watches, jewellery, eyewear and accessories under a single roof.
Domestic air traffic grew 23 per cent in April year-on-year and IndiGo enhanced its leadership position, with 37.8 per cent market share in the month.
Food and drug safety authorities in the country may have raised a red flag on presence of potentially hazardous chemicals in Maggi packets, but noodle lovers in the country are in no mood to get serious yet.
Government's ambitious gold deposit scheme can succeed only if depositors are paid a higher interest rate and banks are given more regulatory exemptions, Japanese brokerage Nomura said today.
The state commercial tax wing under finance department has given its go-ahead to a proposal to exempt international air carriers from paying value added tax (VAT) on aviation turbine fuel (ATF).
The Centre has asked the West Bengal state labour department to settle the minimum wages issue at tea gardens at the earliest.
The Union cabinet has given its approval for setting up a new ammonia-urea complex at an estimated investment of Rs 4,500 crore in Namrup in Dibrugarh district of Upper Assam.
Maharashtra Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) on Friday said tests of Maggi noodles samples collected from Mumbai and Nagpur would find out the exact quantity of monosodium glutamate in the popular snack.
Recently, Kalyan Jewellers got into a bit of hot water. Its advertisement showing Aishwarya Rai as royalty attended by a dark complexioned page was savagely attacked on social media for perpetuating stereotypes.
Companies setting up shop at the country’s first finance Special Economic Zone at Gandhinagar’s International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) might get exemption from some provisions of company law.
The most frequent fliers on Gulf airlines’ US routes are Indians, accounting for more than a third of the passengers, according to a Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (Capa) report.Gulf airlines are rapidly adding flights to the US.