Corporates(Search results - 8)
India23, May 2020, 1:32 PM
Mercy Mission: Bengaluru NGOs join hands with state dept and corporates to feed hungry migrants on trains
Stranded migrant workers are now breathing a sigh of relief as trains and buses are ferrying them back to their native towns, but a group of NGOs called Mercy Mission are ensuring they don't go back hungry as migrants promise to return
Coronavirus India17, Apr 2020, 2:42 PM
Citizen groups, corporates and police take care of over 40,000 labourers in Bengaluru's Whitefield
Integrated approach adopted by the police, citizens groups and corporates have ensured that no construction worker in the Whitefield area of Bengaluru remains hungry during lockdown. Over 40,000 workers are taken care of during lockdown.
India19, Jan 2020, 6:08 PM
Karnataka government seeks aid from corporates, NGOs to build smart classrooms
The state government has planned to set up smart classes in 43,000 of its primary schools across Karnataka.
INDIA14, Oct 2019, 7:34 PM
Karnataka: Government plans asking temples to fund mass marriages of financially weak couples
Muzrai department under the Karnataka government is planning to hold mass marriages in temples for couples who are financially weak. The department also plans to ask temples to fund such mass marriages.
LIFESTYLE25, Aug 2019, 1:33 PM
Food Trails: From all-day breakfast to burgers, served with ‘Hole Lotta Love’
Eating out has never been this difficult, considering how many options one has. But if you are craving for pancakes or waffles when in Bengaluru, then you only have one place to be and that is ‘Hole Lotta Love Café’ located in Koramangala
2, Aug 2016, 5:34 AM
RBI disallows most corporates from opening banks
Most large Indian corporates will not be eligible for a banking license, but non-banking finance companies will be eligible although they will be disqualified if they are part of a corporate group (with Rs 5,000-crore assets) where over 40% of turnover comes from non-financial activities
6, Jun 2016, 6:41 AM
India Inc desperate to know if Rajan will stay or go
For the first time since liberalisation Indian markets and corporates are more keen to know whether the RBI governor Raghuram Rajan will quit or stay as a consensus has already emerged that courtesy the hardening in vegetable and oil prices he will not cut interest rates on Tuesday
3, May 2016, 7:12 AM
L'affaire Mallya: Fear and loathing in India Inc.
Top corporate executives fear that the surging anti-Mallya public opinion will put their own companies and other massively debt-ridden businesses across the country under greater legal and regulatory scrutiny