Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina
Hotel Hilton witnessed on Sept 21 one of the biggest healthcare events in the country where major nationally recognized awards were conferred at the 5th Pharmaleadership Annual Summit.
Tensions flared at the Thiruvanthapuram airport in Kerala after a pilot sent a hijack alert on Friday morning.
HCL Technologies on Wednesday posted results of its fiscal first quarter ending September, reporting a 78 percent rise in net profit helped by higher contract wins.
Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal will stage a march protest towards the prime minister's residence on Friday, demanding the resignation of Law Minster Salman Kurshid over allegations of embezzling funds from his NGO.
The Indian government is set to push for a second round of big-ticket reforms on foreign direct investments (FDI) in the insurance and pension sectors, signalling the UPA's hope for a complete turnaround of the economy amid much opposition from political parties across the country.
Vanguard Group's switch to tracking the FTSE Group's benchmarks for six of its international index funds could benefit Brazil, Russia, India, and South Africa, but would be negative for the Chinese markets, JP Morgan estimated.
Seeking to tap consumer interest in the forthcoming Diwali festivities, India's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki opened pre-order bookings for its all-new Alto 800 two weeks ahead of its debut in October.
Hyderabad police on Sunday resorted to preventive arrests and imposed unprecedented security, hours ahead of a massive pro-Telangana rally scheduled in Necklace Road, near Hussain Sagar Lake, in the afternoon.
The legislator's meet on the political crisis within the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party alliance scheduled on Wednesday, following the resignation of Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, was cancelled due to the recent death of senior leader Babasaheb Kupekar.
Apple posted record sales of its latest iPhone 5, selling over five million units in the first three days since its availability in stores. But analysts claimed that what seemed to be blockbuster sales for the tech firm was instead a lower-than-expected figure that sent the company's shares tumbling.