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How Tata Motors turned around its passenger vehicle biz

The new obsession on cost control is powered by the company’s ‘GEAR’ (Generate idea, evaluate, action and realise the idea) programme.

Taxman eyes Rs 100bn in recovery from ‘struck-off’ cos

The CBDT asks ministry of corporate affairs not to oppose its application to restore the companies struck off by the Registrar of Companies, as it would prevent the board from launching tax recovery proceedings against them.

US becomes 2nd-biggest market for Made in India cars

India has exported passenger vehicles worth $268 million to the US in three months ended June

It’s confirmed, Nirav Modi IS in UK

Nirav Modi, along with his wife Ami Modi, a US citizen, brother Nishal Modi, a Belgian citizen, and uncle Mehul Choksi, all accused in the CBI’s FIRs in the case, left the country in the first week of January, weeks before country’s...

How Competition Commission of India fights cartels

Looking beyond the lesser penalty regime, in its 10th year of existence, the CCI needs more branches, according to experts

Markets on a roll: Sensex, Nifty scale new peaks on global cues

Investor sentiments remained upbeat tracking global developments as the US, China geared up for trade talks due this week.

Kerala floods: Insurers speed up claim settlements

Motor insurance is expected to generate largest claims for the companies whereas for crop insurance, the Agriculture Insurance Company is expecting claims of about Rs 15-16 crore

RIL pips TCS once again to become most valued firm

Shares of RIL on Monday opened at Rs 1,206.50, then gained further ground and touched its 52-week high level of Rs 1,238.05, up 2.87 per cent over its previous closing price.

Soon, you will be able to be ‘Vokal’ in 6 regional languages

TaxiForSure’s Aprameya Radhakrishna’s new venture, Vokal, is a peer-to-peer content generation platform that is a cross between Reddit and Quora.

How Competition Commission of India fights cartels

Looking beyond the lesser penalty regime, in its 10th year of existence, the CCI needs more branches, according to experts