- CompaniesTata Sons likely to become 'public company'
The Registrar of Companies (ROC) is analyzing the judgment by the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) on Tata-Mistry dispute; it has been learned that they are likely to change the company's classification to 'public company' from 'private company'.CompaniesAirtel restores services in Delhi, Vodafone says data temporarily suspended
The latest update on the calling and data services claimed that the Bharti Airtel has restored all its services in all affected areas in Delhi. However, Vodafone India replied to several complaints on Twitter and said that the mobile internet services have been suspended "as per the directive received from the government".CompaniesJet Airways: Two interested in reviving the stressed airlines
Two entities have shown interest in reviving India's stressed airlines – Jet Airways, the company’s resolution professional, Ashish Chhawchharia, told the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Tuesday.CompaniesInfosys to pay $800,000 to settle worker misclassification, tax fraud charges
Infosys on Wednesday agreed to pay a whopping amount of $800,000 to California as a settlement against the allegations of misclassification of foreign workers and tax fraud.Finance and MarketsMobile Number Portability: All you need to know
Are you planning to port your number to a new service provider? Well the rules have changed from today (Monday). Now, you will not have to wait for weeks to get the number port, the process has become easier.CompaniesPrice hike in Amul, Mother dairy milk packets come to effect from today
Amul Milk and Mother Dairy had announced the hike in prices of their milks on Saturday, the new prices will come to effect on Sunday.CompaniesGoogle wants India's UPI to become a global model
India’s Unified Payment Interface, launched in 2016 has been a successful model all across the nation and with a surge in transactions, pushing it towards the reliable sources of payment, the Google wants it to become a global model for transactions.Finance and MarketsKey medicines in India to become costlier
India's drug pricing regulator has given green signal to increase the maximum retail price of at least 21 drugs by up to 50 per cent.CompaniesNot aware about fresh complaints against the company: Infosys
Asia's second largest IT services provider Infosys Ltd has said that they are not aware of any additional complaints against the company’s management over alleged accounting malpractices. The statement came after few media reports claimed of a fresh class action lawsuit filed against the firm.Finance and MarketsAt 10.01 per cent, food inflation hits double figure for first time in six years
Consumer food price inflation soared to 10.01 per cent year-on-year in November; this is the first time in last six years when the inflation has touched the double figures.