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H1B: Why it is OK for PM Modi to push Trump hard on issue
MSN India

H1B: Why it is OK for PM Modi to push Trump hard on issue

It was never clear why prime minister Modi needed to tell US Inc that India has made 7,000 reforms in the last three years since even his detractors will agree there has been a surge in FDI since he assumed office, from $24.3 bn in FY14 to $43.5 bn in FY17. MSN India, 3 weeks ago

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Modi Sarkar and the scary silence of India Inc

Talking corporate heads are a barometer of the business community's engagement with the economy. If they're making public comments, however insincere, they've clearly got investment plans they are anxious to build on. If they have nothing to say now -- after four quarters of slowdown when the world economy has started expanding -- there is cause for concern, says Kanika Datta. IMAGE: From left, Wipro's Azim Premji, Reliance Industries Limited's Mukesh Ambani, and the Aditya Birla Group's Kumar ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
DNA

Why many loved chaos at Indian ports

Transition from a non-transparent system of handling cargo to an open system with huge time-cost advantages for India Inc deserves kudos
 DNA1 month ago
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Is India Inc prepared for GST?

'Awareness levels are much higher after demonetisation. Disruption will also be far lower now, as the tax rates in GST are going to be similar to the existing ones.' 'Investors shouldn't have high expectations on corporate earnings.' In a conversation with Vishal Chhabria and Hamsini Karthik, Gautam Chhaochharia, bottom, left, executive director & head, India Research, UBS, explains why implementing goods and services tax (GST) may not be as disruptive as many perceive it to be. But, he ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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What would happen if 'Kashmir's law' was applied to India Inc

When powers vested by the Finance Bill 2017 begin to get mildly used, fellow Indians living in the corporate bubble will get a faint whiff of what life can be like when you run a grocery store in the streets of Kashmir or the North East. Until then, says Somasekhar Sundaresan, there will be no let-up in the enthusiasm to wage war on social media against civilians being punished for protesting against government excesses. Almost everyone in the Indian corporate world has a view on the ongoing ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Sify

Bountiful monsoon rains unlikely to lift India's rural economy this year

MUMBAI: Bountiful monsoon rains are unlikely to lift India's rural economy this year, and may instead compound the woes of millions of debt-ridden farmers who are struggling with low prices amid a glut of produce such as lentils, oilseeds and cereals. The ...
 Sify1 month ago Growing supply glut threatens worse to come for restive Indian farmers  Sify1 month ago RPT-Growing supply glut threatens worse to come for restive Indian farmers  Sify1 month ago
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DNA Morning Must Reads: India crush Bangladesh in CT17 semis, Amit Shah's visit to Mumbai, Saif Ali Khan talks about kids, and more

1. Didn't expect to win by nine wickets: Virat Kohli on India's complete domination of Bangladesh The nine-wicket demolition of Bangladesh exceeded even Virat Kohli's expectations but the skipper quickly played down the hype around the upcoming blockbuster ...
 DNA1 month ago

Scale to skill: The mantra Indian IT needs

Of the 3.9 million the sector employs, HR experts say at least 100,000 are likely to lose their jobs by the end of this financial year. Ayan Pramanik and Raghu Krishnan report. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com An audio clip of a Mumbai-based employee at Capgemini, the French information technology (IT) services entity, fighting with the personnel officer to retain her is an indicator of the human cost of the changes under way in the sector. The clip has gone viral on social media. One ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
DNA

As long as India remains India, Mahatma Gandhi will always trend: Twitter responds to Amit Shah's statement

A number of people took to Twitter following BJP President Amit Shah calling Mahatma Gandhi a Chatur Bania during a rally at Raipur. While some were critical, others defended the BJP President, saying that he had not said anything controversial. In fact, ...
 DNA1 month ago
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'I would love to play Kiran Bedi or P T Usha'

'Lots of Indians are not eating healthy.''They eat lot of carbs, eat late, and use sugar unnecessarily.' A rising career was cut short after Pooja Batra married, left for the US, divorced, underwent therapy to overcome emotional churn. After eight years, Batra, best remembered for her roles in Virasat and Haseena Maan Jayegi, is making a comeback with Mirror Game -- Ab Khel Shuru with Pravin Dabbas. Pooja spoke with Rajul Hegde about where she is headed and why we should eat healthy. You ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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