Monday, October 18, 2021

Economy and Finance

Pakistan bans a Chinese firm for a month for using forged documents in the bidding for a nuclear power project

National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC) of Pakistan has blacklisted a Chinese firm for using forged documents in a bid

Tata Group Companies led by Tata Motors register an impressive rally on the stock market, share prices rise by up to 20%

Tata Motors share price grew by 20 per cent on Wednesday to Rs 506 on the back of an Rs 7,500 crore agreement with TPG Rise Climate

Adani Group takes over operations of Jaipur International Airport in Rajasthan, to take over Thiruvananthapuram airport tomorrow

After taking over operations of Jaipur and Thiruvananthapuram airports, Adani Group will take over all six airports if had won in the bid

Paras Defence: From being oversubscribed 304 times to up more than 370%, why India is betting big on it

With Space sector opening up to private players and government upping its ante to strengthen the defence force, it is an exciting time for an investor in India.

Nitin Gadkari asks Tesla not to sell China manufactured cars in India, reveals his conversation with Elon Musk to set up manufacturing in India

Nitin Gadkari has said that he has told US-based electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla not to sell China-manufactured cars in India.

Moody changes India’s ranking from ‘negative’ to ‘stable’: Will those maligned India now speak up?

Left-leaning liberals had resorted to stoking fear psychosis about India’s economic growth after rating agency Moody’s had downgraded India’s rating to negative in June 2020

Air India returns to the Tatas after 68 years, SpiceJet loses out

The Indian government had chosen the winning bid, after judging the offers made by Spicejet founder Ajay Singh and Tata Sons against a 'minimum reserve price'.

China: Power outages impact production, Evergrande fall out, coal crisis may trigger major economic trouble

Nomura’s Chief China Economist Ting Lu cut his forecast for Chinese GDP growth this year as factories shut down to comply with carbon emissions reduction targets.

While Sugar factories elsewhere were closing down during Covid-19, all factories were kept running in Uttar Pradesh: CM Yogi Adityanath

Yogi Adityanath said that all sugar factories in UP were running during Covid-19, and closed factories were reopened

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