15 Sep 2014
Hanoi: The direct flights to Vietnam will be everyday and ‘very profitable’, said Jet Airways chairman Naresh Goyal after the inking of an air services agreement here.
14 Sep 2014
New Delhi: As SEBI tightens its noose on those violating securities laws and defrauding investors, Chairman U K Sinha has warned that repeat offenders and those indulging in major offences such as insider trading can’t seek settlement of their cases by paying some charges.
09 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Press Council of India (PCI) chairman Markandey Katju on Tuesday made a fervent appeal to people across the country and the world to extend all possible help to the people of Jammu and Kashmir which is battling a ‘terrible calamity’.
12 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Surplus cash of state-owned enterprises including those of Maharatnas and Navratnas lying idle in banks may be used to nurse ailing PSUs that can be revived back to health, the government said on Friday.
12 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India plans to roll out its light commercial vehicles (LCV) project on a limited scale, a top company executive said on Friday.
11 Sep 2014
London: Luca di Montezemolo's resignation as Ferrari chairman on Wednesday severs an historic link with the team's late founder Enzo and marks the end of an era for Formula One's most successful and glamorous team.
26 Aug 2014
Chennai: The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) on Monday warned general public not to fall prey to phone calls purported to be made by its employees.
03 Sep 2014
Karachi: The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Shaharyar Khan has said that he will use his good relations with the Indian cricket board for the resumption of bilateral ties at the earliest.
08 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju, who recently court a controversy for talking about "judicial corruption", on Monday attacked his critics, questioning how exposing graft defames judiciary while corruption by judges does not.
08 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Canadian handset maker BlackBerry, which faces stiff competition from domestic and Chinese brands in India, does not consider the latest entrants Obi and Xiaomi as competitors in the world's second largest handset market.