Indian startups back on radar of global investors

Global hedge funds and asset management companies are making a cautious return to India's resurgent start up ecosystem, 18 months after they pulled back amid a churn in the domestic market

Air India to get £600 mn loan to meet expenses

Air India will get a loan of £600 million to meet its expenses before it is being sold off.

A monthly survey said that activity of the services sector in India expanded for the first time in three months in September as it rebounded from GST-related contractions, driven by a surge in new business orders that supported job creation

Indian Finance Ministry's principal economic advisor Sanjeev Sanyal said the country would have 10-15 public sector banks with government's majority stake, down from 21 at present as part of its plan to consolidate banks

As informed by the UK's Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), embattled Indian liquor baron Vijay Mallya was granted immediate bail following his arrest in London on Tuesday, in a second money laundering case filed by the Indian Enforcement Directorate

The midnight launch of India's biggest tax reform since independence, the Goods and Services Tax instantaneously turned India into a select league of countries...


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