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SBI's 'awesome' Q4 may have been priced in

In an interview with CNBC-TV18's Reema Tendulkar and Ekta Batra, Rajiv Mehta of IIFL, Vaibhav Agarwal of Angel and Hatim Broachwala of Karvy discussed the results. Also read: SBI Q4 net profit beats estimates, asset quality improves SBI did a ..., 2 months ago

Axis Bank ropes in Deepika Padukone: Sign of progress or regress for its ads campaign?

The Past Though its advertising tagline was 'There's Always A Solution', a solution was just what Axis Bank was looking for early this decade. Formed in 2007 after a rebranding of UTI Bank, Axis realised its campaign was missing the mark. "The ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

IBM SoftLayer's Cloud Vision is Big Opportunity for Channels

IBM acquired SoftLayer in July 2013 to propel its cloud agenda across enterprises. A year later, as more enterprises are taking advantage of cloud computing, IBM is now ready with a comprehensive cloud strategy for SoftLayer. The has enhanced IBM's ...
 ChannelWorld India26 minutes ago

YES Bank Q1 results a mixed bag, feel experts

Even the asset quality slightly weakened on sequential basis with the gross non-performing assets (NPA) rising (up 11 basis points Y-o-Y) to 0.33 percent in June quarter from 0.31 percent in March quarter 2014 and net NPA increasing to 0.07 percent ...
 Moneycontrol.com6 days ago
Outlook India

Float And Cruise

The Ganga is awash with state patronage. The budget provides for a generous Rs 6,337 crore for the holy river under three different heads: Ganga Namami project (for cleaning), promoting transport and tourism on the Ganga between Allahabad and Haldia ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago

Govt to cut bank stakes but retain majority

The government has decided to reduce its stake in the public sector banks, enabling the lenders to raise equity from the public though it will continue to hold majority stake, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Thursday while presenting the Union ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago Govt to reduce stake in its banks, but will have majority share  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Indian marketers eye World Cup prospects

NEW DELHI/KOLKATA: Tired brand marketers in India are turning their attention to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil following their focus on the recent Lokh Sabha elections and just concluded India Premier League cricket tournament. Even though India is ...
 WARC1 month ago

Mukhiya takes Dudhar places

Three years ago, she was like any other woman, looking after household affairs. In 2014, she won accolades for herself and her panchayat in Maoist-affected Aurangabad district. Meet 33-year-old Pushpa Devi, the mukhiya (panchayat head) of Dudhar in ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Modi filling PMO with his trusted Gujju men

12:26 am New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi wanted his most trusted man Arvind Kumar Sharma, a 1988 batch IAS officer who served him as the secretary to the CM in Gujarat, to head the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), but the seniority in the ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Jaitley's big challenges

The choice of the articulate Arun Jaitley as finance minister is widely expected and perhaps there could be no better person to handle this most critical portfolio. Considering the economic mess that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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