Thursday, 6 October, 2022
TopicIndian companies

Topic: Indian companies

Digi-Gyan —New age EduTech start-up that helps you pursue higher education abroad, at home

Digi-Gyan will provide certified degrees and course materials from top universities in the US, UK, Australia, Russia, Germany, and India at affordable prices.

SPACs are all the rage to list companies on stock exchange – India must not turn a blind eye

Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, or SPACs, offer target companies a swift and hassle-free mechanism to list on stock exchanges.

Marbels – fruity candies everyone loved in the early 2000s which mysteriously disappeared

The chewy, sweet-sour Marbels were all the rage in the early years of the last decade. But despite its popularity, the candies disappeared from the counters in India.

Directors & Officers insurance — significance, complexities & why the policy is needed

Directors & Officers policy acts as a lifeline for directors and senior officers providing coverage for loss arising from claims made during policy period.

Why Indian companies are watching how successful this data firm is in getting a dollar loan

A successful Mu Sigma deal would be one of the first signs that overseas lenders are becoming less reluctant to extend funds to Indian companies.

Sonam Wangchuk is right. Time for India to hurt Chinese wallet and go Swadeshi

'Boycott China' is a recurring theme in India. But to make it a success, we will have to list all those things around us that are made in China.

US wants India to stand up to China. It can do that only with American aid and tech support

India giving preference to American investors and US boosting investment in India could help us meet China's challenges in post-Covid world.

India Inc is beginning to see tentative signs of an upturn

Analysts say that although there are pointers suggesting some green shoots, it's too early to call for a decisive turnaround.

Credit health of Indian companies sinks to 8-year low on weak growth

Credit scores of 188 Indian borrowers were lowered in 9 months through December, compared with 103 upgrades, according to India Ratings & Research.

Indian firms becoming sensitive to LGBT workers, year after homosexuality was decriminalised

Multinationals and local companies have started or expanded corporate programs to address concerns of LGBT employees in the workplace in India.

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The BMW i4 eDrive40. Photo Credit: BMW

Ukraine crisis gave auto sector a crude shock. See how India is responding

The PLI scheme as well as other sops for manufacturing, show that despite some public missteps, government is trying to coax manufacturing into India.

Indian refiners scout for oil deals ahead of EU ban on Russian crude imports

European Union ban on Russian crude imports from 5 Dec will drive European refiners to buy more Middle East oil, putting them in competition with Asian buyers.


File photo of a BrahMos firing by a Su-30 MKI | Credit: IAF

IAF to increase Sukhois armed with BrahMos supersonic cruise missile with over 500km-range

The IAF currently has 40 SU-30 MKI with BrahMos, the only supersonic cruise missile in the world.

India’s hijab supporters will lose even if they win SC battle. Because the real war is political

In a highly polarised time, cornered minorities tend to lean back and protect the roots and fundamentals of what is so dear to them. Politically, it can often be a bad trap.