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Coal India, its subsidiaries spend Rs 1,978 crore on CSR from FY'17 to FY'20
Economic Times

Coal India, its subsidiaries spend Rs 1,978 crore on CSR from ...

"National Miner CIL spent a total amount of Rs 1,977.76 crore on CSR during FY16-17 and FY19-20," Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. The collective spent of CIL along with its subsidiaries during the period ... Economic Times, 1 day ago

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For conservative investors and retirees, tax-free bonds are a good bet

193 series of tax-free bonds issued by 14 infrastructure finance companies from FY12 to FY16 are listed and traded in the cash segment of BSE, NSE
 Hindu Business Line3 days ago

With Ambani upping the ante, Jio looks to dial disruption 2.0

Jio's global partnerships took shape this year when Jio Platforms, a 100 per cent subsidiary of Reliance Jio which has invested in various digital platforms, was able to woo a bevy of marquee investors: Facebook, Google, Qualcomm, Intel, and a numerous PE funds. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ At the annual general meeting of Reliance Industries (RIL) in September 2016, Mukesh Ambani announced what looked like an overly ambitious target: India, ranked 155 in the world on mobile ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

ORACLE FINANCIAL Share Price Up by 5%; BSE IT Index Up 0.3%

Posted by Equitymaster ORACLE FINANCIAL share price has zoomed 5% and is presently trading at Rs 3,151. Meanwhile, the BSE IT Index is at 18,222 (up 0.3%). Among the top Gainers in the BSE IT Index today is ORACLE FINANCIAL (up 5.1%). HCL TECHNOLOGIES (down ...
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago

India's telcos continue to dial the wrong number

India's telecom sector has been through dizzying peaks, troughs, policy U-turns, court battles, brutal competition, and daily controversies. India could go back to a private sector duopoly with just Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel surviving the mayhem. The third player, Vodafone Idea, could be history. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ 1994:The government projects the market for mobile phones in New Delhi to be 30,000 subscribers. When Essar builds a network of 100,000 subscribers, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Money Control

Coronavirus impact | Cash flow of state procurement agencies to see positive impact: India Ratings

State procurement agencies procure the stock of wheat and paddy from designated mandis and supply them to FCI for building its central pool. In FY16, stock in the central pool grew 7 percent to 36.7 MT before declining 15 percent in FY17
 Money Control2 months ago

Chinese mobile apps ban: Which firm will suffer the most?

Unlike others, Xiaomi has banked on its fan community and word-of-mouth publicity since the beginning. With over 10-mn downloads, Mi Community–Xiaomi Forum app is the most convenient medium for Xiaomi’s 100-mn member community platform. The ban on Mi Community could not have come at a worse time for Xiaomi. Just when the Chinese smartphone giant was recovering from poor sales and supply chain issues, the ban has hit right at the core of its India business model.   Since its ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Economic Times

Visa ban may give IT cos a Rs 1,200-cr jolt

MUMBAI: Suspension of the H1-B visas by the US will cost domestic IT firms Rs 1,200 crore and have a marginal 0.25-0.30 per cent impact on their profitability, a domestic rating agency said on Monday.An increase in local hiring over the last few years since ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Only 7 days of lockdown, but Q4 a red quarter for most of India Inc

Though India was under lockdown for only seven days of the quarter, global demand and commodity prices began falling from February as COVID-19 was spreading in other countries. 1,002 listed companies - excluding banks, non-bank lenders, insurers, brokerages, and IT firms - reported a combined pre-tax loss of around Rs 2,700 crore during Q4. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ India’s mainstream companies, excluding lenders and software services, reported combined pre-tax losses ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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