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Sangeetha G.
Aster DM to invest Rs 950 cr on hospital projects

Aster DM Healthcare will be investing Rs 950 crore before the end of next fiscal on setting up new hospitals in India and Gulf region.

Michael Gonsalves
Pune bank loses Rs 94.42 cr in two days as hackers clone debit cards

In a major cyber fraud, hackers stole Rs 94.42 crore over two days by hacking into the ATM Switch (servers) of the Pune-based Cosmos Cooperative Bank, one of the oldest urban cooperative banks in t

Subhash Narayan
Industry-friendly mineral policy on anvil

The government proposes to operationalise a new industry-friendly mineral policy this month that would aim to invigorate the investment climate in the sector hit hard by a slowdown in demand, delay

Sangeetha G.
Household savings hit slowest pace, drop 20%

The share of Indian households in the total savings of the country has dropped by 20 per cent in the past few years.

Ashwin J Punnen
Trend reversal seen

The market ended lower as sentiments were hit by currency crisis in Turkey that could trigger contagion into other markets.

Michael Gonsalves
Polaris launches off-road adventure track near Pune

Polaris India, a wholly owned subsidiary of New York Stock Exchange-listed American Polaris Industries, world’s biggest off-road vehicle maker, is targeting to more than double its off-road adventu

Susan Visvanathan
...And Life goes on

Local communities have for long believed that they own the right to life and occupation.

Ritwik Mukherjee
Positioning the Brand

One may wonder what has WILL or e-WILL got to do with an insurance company! But that’s what Aviva Life Insurance is doing in order to get a different brand positioning in the market.

Nirbhay Kumar
Jet left high and dry as A-I plans more flights to London

Air India could use up all available traffic rights to slot-constrained Heathrow as it plans seven more flights to the European city from Mumbai, leaving no room for rival Jet Airways, which is kee

Nirbhay Kumar
Lack of spares to hurt A-I flight schedules

Forced to ground over a dozen of its airplanes for want of spares, debt-laden Air India may be needing Rs 1,200 crore to put them back in the skies.

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