Sangeetha G.Kalyan Jewellers unveils big expansion plan as Warburg pumps in Rs 500 crore In a second round funding, Kalyan Jewellers has raised Rs 500 crore from an affiliate of Warburg Pincus.
Rajgopal NidamboorNo point in letting life get to you When something goes wrong, somewhere; when someone does not meet your expectations or fails to live up to your trust and confidence, these parallels have one common thread running through — disappoint
Gautam DattThe muslim in new India For the second time since partition, the Indian Muslim stands at the cusp of history.
Ravi Ranjan PrasadStocks begin new year on a high note Fresh foreign portfolio investor buying led to big gains for index heavyweights, taking the Nifty 50 index to a new all-time closing high of 9,237.85 on the first day of trade in the new financial yea
Ashwin J PunnenSlow down likely after rush of funds After pumping in huge funds before the implementation of the General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR), overseas investors may slow down their purchases in the Indian market in the coming months, says exper
Michael GonsalvesToyota, Tata Motors race ahead of others in March Car manufacturers led by market leader Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai, the second biggest car maker by sales, reported a healthy sales growth momentum in March, thanks to new models and recovery from the d
Falaknaaz SyedRupee surges 4.3% on positive domestic and global cues The rupee has been the third best-performing Asian currency this year and has surged 4.63 per cent in the March quarter, its best quarterly gains since September 2012 buoyed by strong inflows from for
Ashwin J PunnenRs 56,261 cr: Huge FPI funds pumped into Indian markets as GAAR kicks in Foreign investors have pumped in a massive Rs 56,261 crore into the Indian market in March, clocking the highest net inflow by FPIs in a month since 2002, mainly to take advantage of the grandfatherin
Kuruvilla PandikattuPrefer deeds than mere words How do we become more religious? How can we really change other’s religious views and convictions? How do our lives affect those around us?
Noor MohammadGovt may adopt best global trade practices India may adopt the best trade practices of leading export-oriented economies like Korea and Japan as it looks to step up exports and generate millions of new jobs for its growing workforce.