Advertisement

  • News
  • Columns
  • Interviews
  • BW Communities
  • Events
  • BW TV
  • Subscribe to Print

Latest Articles in COVID 19 Crisis

Reliance Power Posts Rs 72.56 Cr Profit In March Quarter

The total income of the company stood at Rs 1,691.19 crore in the March quarter compared to Rs 1,902.03 crore a year ago.

Read More

“The Inclusivity Agenda”

The Covid-19 crisis saw Brooke Bond Red Label emphasising on the impor tance of compassion during difficult times. Extending the brand’s on-going campaign ‘Taste of Togetherness’, the ad talked about the passive hostility that had become prevalent during the pandemic.

Read More

FHRAI Requests Govt For Special Credit Guarantee Window Under ECLGS For Hospitality Sector

The repayment schedule for loans taken under ECLGS 1.0 and 2.0 are likely to begin now, but unfortunately due to the ongoing lockdown many establishments do not have the cash flow to repay it.

Read More

FPIs Turn Net Sellers After 6 Months; Withdraw Rs 9,659 Cr In Apr Amid Second Wave Of COVID-19

The selling by FPIs is a near-term phenomenon and unlikely to pose a big risk as fundamentals of Indian equities continue to remain sound, Binod Modi, head strategy at Reliance Securities

Read More

462 Infra Projects Show Cost Overruns Worth Rs 4.36 Lakh Crore

The expenditure incurred on these projects till March 2021 is Rs 13,06,617.54 crore, which is 48.94 per cent of the anticipated cost of the projects.

Read More

Second COVID Wave Will Dampen India Inc's Recovery: Report

A risk aversion among lenders could pose a challenge to credit growth, the agency said, pegging the credit growth for banks at 7.3-8.3 per cent and for non-banks at 7.0-9.0 for 2021-22.

Read More

Unions To Protest On May Day, Demand Free Universal Vaccination

The unions urged the government to ramp up COVID-19 vaccines production and ensure universal free vaccination within a definite time frame as well as free supply of oxygen in the present situation.

Read More

RBI Allows Commercial Banks To Pay Up To 50 % Of Pre-COVID Dividends

The RBI had disallowed all the banks from declaring any dividend for FY20, as the focus shifted to conserving capital amid the uncertain environment.

Read More

COVID-19: India Records Highest Single-day Rise So Far With Over 1.68 lakh New Cases

The active cases have surpassed the 12-lakh mark, while the death toll increased to 1,70,179 with 904 daily new fatalities, the highest since October 18, the data updated at 8 am showed.

Read More

COVID-19: India Records 96,982 New Cases, 446 Fresh Fatalities

India on Monday recorded an all-time high of 1,03,558 single day new coronavirus infections in a span of 24 hours.

Read More

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari Applauds Longstanding Indo-French Cooperation

France is one of India's largest scientific partners, with over 25 French R&D centres, 15 joint IndoFrench research laboratories and 500 collaborative projects in the country.

Read More

China February Exports Post Record Surge From COVID-19-Depressed 2020 Levels

Strong exports, which benefited from China's success in largely containing the public health crisis, have helped fuel the country's recovery from a pandemic-induced paralysis.

Read More

Wall Street Slides On Tech Sell-Off, Other World Stocks Flat

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 119.98 points, or 0.38%, to 31,271.54, the S&P 500 lost 50.51 points, or 1.31%, to 3,819.78 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 361.04 points, or 2.7%, to 12,997.75.

Read More

India Urges WTO Members To Reach Consensus On TRIPS Waiver Proposal

India and South Africa submitted a proposal suggesting a waiver for all WTO members on the implementation, application and enforcement of certain provisions of the TRIPS Agreement in relation to the prevention, containment or treatment of COVID-19.

Read More

COVID-19 Headwinds Heighten Integrity Challenges For Emerging Markets: EY

32% of respondents in emerging markets believe that bribery and corrupt practices present the greatest risk to the long-term success of their businesses, compared with 25% in India.

Read More