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Half of India's listed firms on the verge of falling off the grid

Half of India's listed firms on the verge of falling off the grid

The universe of India’s listed companies seems on the verge of shrinking to half its current size. Though the deadline for shutdown of regional stock exchanges (RSEs) expired more than a month ago, none of the 4,000-plus exclusively RSE-listed companies has migrated to national exchanges. A Business Standard analysis of data from 15 regional bourses in various stages of shutting down shows that the total number of RSE-listed companies is 11,235, while the number of companies listed on the ..., 5 days ago

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20 economies that have the biggest budget revenues

Though India is one of the fastest growing economies, how big is the country’s budget compared to other countries in the world? India ranks 14 ahead of oil economies such as Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Developed countries, however, are way ahead. Let’s look at the top 20 countries in the world by budget revenues. Sources: CIA World Factbook/Wikipedia Note: Most of the figures are estimated Please click NEXT to read more… Please click here for the Complete Coverage of Budget 2014 ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

How Modi sarkar can bring Dawood back to India

Even though Dawood Ibrahim is under the protection of Pakistan’s ISI, the Indian government can bring the underworld don back to India using diplomacy and back channels, reports Vicky Nanjappa. Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his extensive election campaign had promised that he would hunt down India’s most wanted man Dawood Ibrahim and ensure that justice is carried out. Now, with Modi becoming PM, he wants to live up to his promise and bring down the dreaded terrorist.
 Rediff.com1 month ago Modi wraps up poll campaign, says only NDA can bring change in India  Jagran Post2 months ago

Infosys to strengthen sales teams in US, Europe

Infosys, India’s second-largest information technology (IT) services company, is considering strengthening its sales teams, especially in the key markets of Europe and the US. For this, the company is planning to hire locals in these geographies. It is also deploying employees with strong domain knowledge to the sales segment.   Infosys, which has said it will hire 22,000 graduates this financial year, plans to recruit about 300 freshers from business schools in the US and ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Proxy advisers now face real scrutiny

The Securities and Exchange Board of India’s (Sebi's) planned research analyst regulations will also apply to proxy advisory services which provide advice on corporate governance and issue voting recommendations to institutional shareholders regarding company resolutions. The norms would require them to maintain a minimum net worth, disclose the extent of research behind their recommendations, and policies on interacting with and getting responses from the companies on which they are ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

E-tailers plan ahead to cast a wide net in India

As all eyes are on Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s plan to launch the largest ever initial public offering in US, e-commerce market in India is taking a few baby but definite steps to carve a place for itself under the Sun. For starters, the Indian ...
 DNA5 days ago

Israel Ghaza bombing forces friend India to tread balanced path

Even though Israel had found brighter horizon with the assumption of office in New Delhi by its old friend Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expecting political content of the relations to grow, its bombardment in Gaza has forced India to tread a cautious path.
 DNA1 week ago

Q&A: Develop stadiums to ensure fandom says coach Moti

How has India’s presence in world football shifted or altered (if at all) since you first began coaching? There has definitely been a growth, in our standards. But making it big in world football has only been our dream. We are yet to prove better than ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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Know who Kapil Dev believes to perform for India in the tour to England

Mumbai : Though India were thrashed 4-0 in their last tour to England, former captain Kapil Dev is of the opinion that if the current set of batsmen delivers big, the bowling attack, even sans Zaheer Khan, was capable of complementing them in the five-Test ...
 IndiaTV News3 weeks ago India vs England: Vijay's ton takes India to comfortable position on Day one  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Relive India's first ever Test match... against England in 1932!  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Testing time for Team India in England  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Modi vows to boost 'B4B' ties on first foreign tour

Embarking on a two-day trip here to display ‘special and unique’ status for Bhutan in India's foreign policy, the Prime Minister also inaugurated the Supreme Court complex built by India as part of the developmental cooperation. "The ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago India proposes new ideas to strengthen ties with Bhutan  Jagran Post1 month ago Modi's foreign policy: Tough on Pakistan, China at arm's length  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Modi vows to boost 'B4B' ties with Bhutan on 1st foreign tour  IndiaTV News1 month ago
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