Office space is in heavy demand in BKC, which has emerged as the city's
financial centre in the past few years, taking over from Nariman Point.
So, the sale of the corporate headquarters is expected to fetch Rs
1,300-1,500 crore. Reliance Communication is racing against time to conclude the deal with
Reliance Jio to sell its wireless business, towers, fibre and media
nodes, for about Rs18,000 crore.
Back on the Chopping Block Thirty-four stressed power sector accounts that defaulted on Rs1.5 lakh
crore worth of dues are now before the National Company Law Tribunal -
Here come the flying robots In December this year, drones will begin flying across Indian skies for surveys, photography, and mapping.
INDO-US Ties the Iran Equation As New Delhi is finalises its agenda for the first 2 + 2 dialogue
between India's Foreign Minister and Defence Minister with their
American counterparts, officials are looking for a window allowing India
to reduce Iranian oil imports to last years numbers.
The Decision Trap It was among the wisest decisions taken, when the Finance Ministry
junked Air India's demand for a Rs 30,000-crore fund infusion,
reportedly because the airline didn't present a turnaround plan.
GAIL Unbundled India's gas monopoly GAIL, is set to restructure operations and become a pure infrastructure provider.
GDP Relief The just released GDP numbers for the first quarter of FY19 - showing
8.2 per cent growth- have come as a relief for the government.
Demonetisation Effect SMEs hit hard, india still a cash economy.
No Respite There is no respite for the rupee as it breaches the 70 mark against the US dollar.
Transparent Enforcement Needed All patients who got a faulty hip implant (eight years ago), sold by a
Johnson & Johnson subsidiary must be compensated, said a February
2018 report by an expert committee of the Ministry of Health and Family
Licence to Clean The Non Banking Finance Companies sector with over 11,000 players of all shapes and sizes is showing reduced numbers.
Should Expense Ratios Come Down? Markets regulator Sebi has sought to review the Total Expense Ratio
(TER) of mutual fund schemes. MFs charge up to 2.5 per cent TER on
Rise of the Micro Precision-targeting through authentic voices has led to the rise of micro-influencers, but self-regulation is needed for success. This year's
Galaxy Note is not about innovation but perfection.
A Long Way to the Top Gender parity is lacking in STEM professions and leadership roles, but some women continue, undeterred.
When PCOS Strikes Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is the most prevalent cause of infertility among women.
Under Parental Guidance Tips to filter what your children are exposed to.
Wear Your Coach Wearables, especially watches, are all about fitness. Now, Google wants to throw in a special assistant. Vijayalakshmi Das once hand-held the microfinance institutions. Now, she is doing the same with farmer collectives and churning out women entrepreneurs.
Aiming High Alice Vaidyan has set the foundation for a bigger play for GIC Re in both domestic and global market.
Finding Opportunities in Challenges Apurva Purohit revamped Jagran Group's tepid business, and received recognition.
Towering Telecom Aruna Sundararajan is setting the agenda for the telecom sector's next phase of growth.
Taste of Success Jyotsna Suri is leading the group to a Rs 1,200 crore IPO.
Blending Old with New The fourth-generation scion has donned many hats to take the business ahead.
Premiumisation Specialist Priya nair is taking premium products to smaller towns.
Amping Up Innovation About 1,00,000 employees in India have been trained in newer digital technologies under Menon's leadership.
Ready, Steady, Go Shweta Jalan is expanding the footprint of a relatively new global private equity firm in India.
Satisfying Career The first woman MD of LIC is leaving her mark on the Rs 28 lakh crore assets corporation.
In Top League Vibha Padalkar is focusing on profitable products, risk management and setting high standards for disclosures.
United for a Cause Swayam has stepped up efforts to fight violence against women
The Messiah Noorjehan Safia Niaz is the voice of socially and economically backward muslim women.
An Algorithm for Social Change Prukalpa Sankar is using data power to bring about change in social world.
Diversified Farming Sabarmatee has changed the face of rural odisha with organic farming.
The Crusader Shayara Bano fought a fierce battle against Triple Talaq and got the Supreme Court to declare it unconstitutional.
Digital Walkathon Aarthi Subramanian is taking the $100 billion Tata Groups digital initiatives to the next phase
Battling Hard to Succeed Ameera Shah turned her father's nondescript clinic into one of the largest pathology chains in India.
Building New Platforms Aruna Jayanthi is leading the it giants initiatives in Asia-Pacific and Latin America.
Smooth Transition Ashu Suyash, head of India's largest ratings agency, is making CRISIL future ready.
Glued to Growth Debarati Sen has been closely involved with 3M's India story.
India's IT Ambassador Debjani ghosh is acting as a catalyst for indian ITs tranformation.
Road to Profitability Falguni Nayar has redefined the online beauty space.
Ready for Challenges She energises and motivates her team to ride through turbulent times to come out a winner.
The Arbitrator Indu Malhotra is the first woman lawyer to be elevated directly to the position of Supreme Court judge.
Turnaround Lady Nadia Chauhan has ensured that her beverage brands are available in every nook and corner of India.
Ruling The Sea Neeru Chadha is the first Indian woman to be elected judge on the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.
Master of Makeover Her new-age brands and people policies are transforming the company.
Legal Luminary Pallavi Shroff has taken on some of the biggest names globally in the battle for IPR.
Judging Matters Prathiba singh has contributed to some of the most important IPR laws and given landmark judgments.
The GeM Maker Under chauhan's leadership, the government's e-marketplace business has grown manifold
Leading the Charge Her early digitisation efforts and a customer-first policy have given the organisation a cutting edge.
Growth Architect Shobana Kamineni has been the key force behind growth in the pharmacy and insurance business for Apollo.
The Game Changer Vanaja Sarna successfully oversaw the biggest tax overhaul in the country.
A Rare Feat Vani Kola has made a mark in the male-dominated world of venture capital with several successful exits.
Persistent Banker Zarin Daruwala is well on the path of de-risking the business model of one of the largest foreign banks in India.
Start-ups & She Why so few women are taking the entrepreneurial route.
How We Did It Women are not just rising up the corporate ladder; they are making a huge impact at the grassroots too.
Friendly Guide Aditi Gupta has used comic books to make thousands of girls aware about menstrual health.
Greening Up Enabling an eco-revival to keep Gurgaon vibrant.
Power of Grit Making women self-reliant through microinitiatives.
Beyond Financial Empowerment Praseeda Kunam's Samhita Community helps poor women live a dignified life and offers them opportunity to work.
Care-Giver Dr. Rani Bang's community care model has been replicated in 17 emerging countries.
From Ward to Social Reward Ratnaboli Ray's Anjali helps mental hospital inmates understand their worth and live a dignified life.
Learning Curve Pratham's ASER has helped identify learning gaps among primary schoolchildren.
Pad Woman Suhani Mohan is taking sanitary pads to women at large and making them aware of menstrual hygiene.
Weaving an Amul Sumita Ghose's artisan collective RangSutra, which started out from Rajasthan, is now a supplier to Ikea.
Such a Long Journey Surga Thilakan quit her Goldman Sachs job to work on upskilling people for entry-level jobs with the help of technology. "Move laterally early in your career..getting a breadth of experience will get you more opportunities." Ira Kalish, Chief Global Economist, Deloitte, Touche Tohmatsu, talks to Prosenjit Datta, Rajeev Dubey and Joe C. Mathew on how India can do well in spite of trade wars, oil, the state of the global economy and the future of global trade. There are numerous studies which show that having more women in the
workplaces is good for business - not because it is the politically
correct thing to do in today's era, but because it is better for the
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