I'm a real estate developer and here's why we can't cut prices Without realising that the problem is not merely a developer problem but an industry level one, it is extremely easy to vilify and scream at the developer and paint him as the demon. Get latest Real Estate online at cnbctv18.com
Explained: Govt gives more teeth to RBI to govern co-operative banks: What does it mean? There are about 1,482 urban co-operative banks and 58 multi-state co-operative banks in the country which are now being brought under the RBI's watch.
How one Indian industry beat China at manufacturing and created a global footprint So who is responsible for the Chinese dominance—the government, people or the corporates?Get latest Auto online at cnbctv18.com
PM Modi to launch mission-mode omnibus rural scheme; Rs 50,000 crore to be spent in 125 days Under the rural public works scheme Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyaan, rural infrastructure development and asset creation in 116 districts, will get a boost under a mission-mode 125-day project, involving the labour of over 67 lakh returnee migrants.
SIP inflows hit due to shrinking disposable income, job loss fears The total SIP book dropped to Rs 8,123 crore in May, the lowest in the 11 months. It fell by nearly 3% sequentially for the second month in row.
PLA Death Squads Hunted Down Indian Troops in Galwan in Savage Execution Spree, Say Survivors The killings mark the Indian Army’s worst losses since the 1999 Kargil war, and mark the most intense fighting between India and China since 1967.
Bus segment staring at defaults; banks, NBFCs wary of mounting NPAs Once the moratorium ends, banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) would be faced with mounting defaults in their vehicle loan portfolio, especially in the commercial vehicle (CV) segment.
139 mn people across Indian cities likely to run out of savings by month-end 30% of India’s urban population may deplete their lifetime savings by the end of June and would find it difficult to meet essential consumption