All the major indicators for Bihar are up, but the state is still at the bottom of key development indices.
Indian IT firms hiring more Americans under political, business pressure There are around 25,000 US nationals and Green Card holders working for Indian IT companies. Indian firms may have to hire about 10,000 Americans every year to avoid losing out on lucrative business opportunities in the US.
Indian handset makers face stiff competition from the big boys Stiff competition from the big boys has halted the march of Indian handset makers. Quality issues have not helped.
If Kingfisher Airlines goes belly up, the government will hurt too If Kingfisher Airlines goes belly up, the government will hurt too, not just Vijay Mallya. Banks effectively own 75 per cent of the airline, and the impact on their books could be devastating. FULL COVERAGE
Uttar Pradesh assembly polls: Poor governance, policy paralysis and corruption ail the state Resentment is rife among the Uttar Pradesh voters over the mismanagement
of government schemes and widespread corruption in the last five years.
Corporate governance: 'Companies are keen to detect corruption, but do not always act' In its first India Fraud Survey, Ernst & Young finds that companies
are keen to detect corruption, but do not always act when they find it.
How companies divert funds raised through IPOs Promoters get a free hand to play around with investors' money because
there are many regulatory gaps in monitoring IPO proceeds.
Can Air India's MRO facility in Mumbai be leveraged to rescue the beleaguered carrier Maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of aircraft is a Rs 3,000-crore industry in India. Can Air India's MRO facility in Mumbai, the only one in the country where heavy maintenance tests for civil aircraft are carried out, be leveraged to rescue the beleaguered carrier?
Mendha Lekha is the first village to be granted community forest rights Mendha Lekha, the first village to be granted community forest rights, has used the opportunity to the fullest.
Ford India is changing the way its parent Ford Motor Company functions The Indian arm is fast changing the way Ford functions. The Corporate Blue Book of Ford Motor Company is full of innovations from India which other regions are replicating.