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IIM Ahmedabad set to launch course on Bhagwad Gita for corporates, will teach management and leadership

"If we have to teach managers these skills, what better way than the life of Lord Krishna? His is the best life example to teach effective leadership," said the IIM-A professor.

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.

Actor Siddharth spreads baseless fake news, claims Modi govt has banned corporate vaccination

While actor Siddharth claims corporate vaccination is banned by govt, several corporates already running vaccination programs

Tata Steel to pay salaries of employees who passed away due to Covid till retirement age. Here is how Tatas have risen to the...

Not only the families would continue to receive salaries but TATA will bear the children's education expenses too till they graduate.

India Inc step in after PM Modi addresses the nation on Covid crisis, here is how TATA, Reliance and others are pitching in

SAIL has informed that it has provided over 33,000 tons of medical oxygen from its steel plants so far.

Adani announces deal with Flipkart for new data centre and logistics facility, ‘Ambani-Adani’ social media warriors now want to boycott Flipkart

Adani Group's chairman Gautam Adani announced on Twitter that in the two-prog partnership, AdaniConneX will build Flipkart's new Tier 4 data centre and Adani Logistics, India's leader in logistics, will build Flipkart's 534,000 sqft fulfilment centre.

Fact check: Did 10,113 companies in India shut their shop amid the COVID-19 pandemic?

A total of 10,113 companies were struck off under section 248 (2) of the Companies Act, 2013 in the financial year 2020-21.

No relief for Azim Premji as Karnataka High Court dismisses plea seeking quashing summon in financial irregularities case

Azim Premji is accused of siphoning money through gifts and amalagation of three companies into a loss-making companiy

High Level Committee recommends CSR expenditure to be made tax deductible, non-compliance to be made civil offence with no imprisonment

High Level Committee on CSR recommends non-compliance should attract only penalty, not jail term

The budget gets almost everything right, but sends a few wrong signals

Cut in corporate tax sends a sign that the government is embracing businesses

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