Subscribe: rediff Business
Added By: Feedage Forager Feedage Grade A rated
Language: English
bank  business  cases  company  force  galva  india  insolvency  lenders  make money  make  part  planes  task force  task  tata  uttam galva 
Rate this Feed
Rate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feed
Rate this feed 1 starRate this feed 2 starRate this feed 3 starRate this feed 4 starRate this feed 5 star

Comments (0)

Feed Details and Statistics Feed Statistics
Preview: rediff Business

rediff Business

India's largest news and entertainment service online.

Published: Mon, 19 Mar 2018 09:48:01 GMT

Copyright: Copyright: (C) 2011 India Limited. All Rights Reserved.

Why Indian cities will continue to choke on dirty air
Transporters and other stakeholders said the vehicles that will be de-registered would mostly be the ones plying in smaller towns and interior parts of the country.

IBC amendment: Why it's important to get the language right
While the basic premise and spirit of the Code will remain the same, the commas and the full-stops in the draft report being prepared by a high-level committee will make interpretation of the law simpler

DGCA's decision to ground A320neo planes upsets enginemaker
Grounded Indian planes will be up in air by end of April says company president

Why CAs and company secretaries are a happy lot now
With 600-700 new NPA cases getting admitted into NCLT every month, the demand for resolution professionals is on the rise with their number more than doubling in less than a year.

Insolvency: Uttam Galva seeks 50% haircut. Will SBI oblige?
Uttam Galva Steels is a part of the Reserve Bank of India's second list of cases, which will be referred to the bankruptcy tribunal for insolvency proceedings after lenders failed to resolve the account by December 2017.

How the Communists killed Bengal's industry
Then chief minister Jyoti Basu once told an industrialist that capitalists were class enemies and he should expect no sympathy.

'We at the RBI feel the anger at banking frauds'
'In plain simple English, these practices amount to a looting of our country's future by some in the business community, in cahoots with some lenders,' says RBI Governor Dr Urjit R Patel.

Is it a good time to buy gold?
At a time when the whole world is going ga-ga over stocks and debt is too easy to borrow, do not forget gold, says Anil Rego.

How to make more money when markets are volatile
Apart from SIPS and STPS, value- averaging can help investors make more money, says Devangshu Datta.

Wondering what happened to demonetised notes? They are being shredded
The central bank had earlier estimated the value of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes received, as on June 30, 2017, at Rs 15.28 trillion.

Why India remains critical for Uber and Ola
Both are focused on the overall transportation business, in which taxi services are only a part; the extended ambit includes autos, motorbikes, cycles, electric vehicles, water transport as well as food delivery services, says Surajeet Das Gupta.

Price sensitivity issues dog PNB's fraud disclosures
The challenge before the management is ensuring simultaneous disclosure of key information to stock exchanges and investigating agencies.

Glimmer of hope for India, as Mallya's fate hangs in balance in UK court
The judge, during arguments, said it was "blindingly obvious" that "rules were broken by the bank" and that they had "gone against their own guidelines" in extending a loan to the business tycoon's now defunct Kingfisher Airlines.

For Tata Comm, no IoTa of doubt over future
Tata Communications has invested around Rs 6.5 billion in developing its IoT business, which is being managed by some 75 executives over the past three years.

Task force lens falls on India Inc's subsidiaries in tax havens
The task force has provided probe agencies with a list of attributes, including disproportionate investments, debt, advances or cash, to red-flag such firms.