31 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Public sector banks will need to raise Rs 1.10 lakh crore from markets to meet more than half of their capital requirement of Rs 1.80 lakh crore over the next four years.
23 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Wholesale onion price at Lasalgoan in Maharashtra, Asia's biggest market for this kitchen staple, has shot up by 70 percent in just about a month -- hitting its highest level for the month of July in the past two decades.
18 Jul 2015
Washington: A New Jersey-based construction management firm has been charged with bribing Indian officials several crores of rupees to win two major water developmental projects in Goa and in Guwahati.
14 Jul 2015
Mumbai: Shares of India Cements witnessed huge selling pressure today, falling 6.5 percent, after its franchisee Chennai Super Kings was suspended from IPL for a period of two years.
15 Jul 2015
Bengaluru: In a blunt message, IT czar N R Narayana Murthy today said India has failed to generate even a single "earth-shaking" invention in the past 60 years that could become a household name globally.
07 Jul 2015
Paris: Germany and France called on Greece to make detailed proposals to revive bailout talks, a day after Greek voters defiantly rejected creditors' demands for further austerity, plunging Europe into crisis.
30 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Avantha Group company CG has bagged an order worth Rs 115 crore from central transmission utility Power Grid Corporation for supply of power equipment.
06 Jul 2015
New Delhi: With Greeks' rejection of rescue package from creditors spooking markets, the government today asserted that India is well insulated from the crisis but rupee may be affected due to the outward flight of investment.
08 Jul 2015
New Delhi: Country's second largest IT services firm Infosys has signed a multi-million euro deal with Deutsche Bank. Under the terms of the multi-year agreement, Infosys will provide services like development, application maintenance, digital and mobility, package implementation and testing services across the Deutsche Bank Group, Infosys said in a statement today.
08 Jul 2015
Mumabai: Indian IT outsourcing firms are betting on US President Barack Obama's healthcare reform to rev up revenue growth which is slowing as the USD 146 billion industry's key financial and manufacturing clients spend less on software services.