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Article on January 11, 2017

Rhyming Ramayana

The first edition of Ramayana In Rhyme was launched at Ravi Shankar Institute of Music and Performing Arts in New Delhi last week

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Reliance MF’s Further Rs 6,000 Crore CPSE ETF Offer Has Scope For Decent Returns

Ten PSU Navratnas are being divested as a part of the disinvestment program which will expand the corpus of the CPSE ETF

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India Has No Plan To Cut Sugar Import Tax For Now: Ram Vilas Paswan

India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, is not considering to cut import duty on the sweetener at least in the near term

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Canada Keen To Boost Ties, Seal Trade Pact With India

Canadian funds have invested close to C$15 billion in India in recent years and we see a lot of potential of that investment growing

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The Future Of Content

Audiences and their tastes and interests are changing constantly, rapidly and situationally - to be able to keep pace with such a dynamic audience - Content companies need to innovate not just offerings, but also business and operating models

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Change Expected In Classifieds Industry Through Technology

The online classifieds marketplace has enabled an ecosystem where buyers & sellers are both beneficiaries of better cost, convenience and environment at large

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Sensex Zooms 241 Points To Hit 2-month High

The BSE Sensex zoomed nearly 241 points to close at a two-month high of 27,140.41 and NSE Nifty surpassed the crucial 8,300-mark on widespread gains following sustained buying by participants amid encouraging start of the corporate earnings season

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Worse Is Yet To Come: Manmohan Singh On Demonetisation

Amid fears of a decline in the country's GDP, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh cautioned the people on Wednesday that the worse was yet to come in the wake of demonetisation which he termed as a "disaster"

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Mulayam Advises Akhilesh Yadav To Keep Away From Party Dispute

Asserting that he would not allow the SP to be split, party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday turned emotional, saying he has given whatever he had and advised his son Akhilesh Yadav to keep away from the dispute

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Demonetisation Effects In India To Disappear In Medium Term, Says World Bank

The World Bank on Wednesday said that the "adverse effects" of demonetisation in India will disappear in the medium term, saying any reform has short-term costs

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