After his successful anti-corruption campaign, Anna Hazare declared he
will wage a similar one for the citizens' right to recall elected
The rise of Gmail's popularity Gmail indeed dominates the e-mail world. In India, Gmail's growth and popularity have been astounding.
Axis acquires Enam Securities RBI approves Axis Bank's revised plan to acquire Enam Securities, allows Enam shareholders to receive Axis Bank shares
Global food prices are rising again Global food prices are rising again, raising concerns about their impact
on poverty, overall inflation, and the fiscal health of developing
countries, says a World Bank report.
Private equity investors train their eyes on the Indian fashion and luxury space Private equity investors train their eyes on the Indian fashion and luxury space.
Hero MotoCorp ad tops the list In August, ahead of the festive season, auto brands jostled for
attention in the BT-TAM top 10 mostwatched ads list, with Hero seeking
to establish its new identity and Tata Aria burning the track with some
racy James Bond-like moves.
Quotes from business and political leaders If the demand is actually captured and work provided, the budget may go up several times…
Jairam Ramesh, Rural Development Minister, on the annual allocation for MGNREGA, in Business Standard
India's and the world's most talked about CEOs (September 2011) In September, the focus on business honchos receded as media outlets
became preoccupied with Anna Hazare. Among CEOs, Tata Group Chairman
Ratan Tata was the most-discussed.
Do you expect a reworked Lokpal Bill to be passed in the winter session? An overwhelming majority of respondents has replied in the negative. Not
surprising considering the way the government initially sought to push
through its draft of the Lokpal Bill, completely ignoring the viewpoint
of civil society.
India is an economic powerhouse, says Australia and New Zealand Banking Group's Alex Thursby On a recent India visit, Alex Thursby, CEO for Asia Pacific, Europe
& America, ANZ, spoke to BT's Rajiv Bhuva about the financial chaos
in the West and its implication for Asia as well as of ANZ's larger
India plans. Edited excerpts of the interview:
For how long the RBI will continue with its rate hike cycle Unless the government supports it on curbing inflation, RBI will have to kill the high-growth momentum. In the war on inflation, there are limits to what RBI can achieve without government support.