India Ratings, which warned of further downside risk, said that any normalisation in production remains contingent on softening of demand from various end-consumers of chips and an increase in chip production globally.
11-13% Crisil sees FY22 PV mrkt growth
15-18 % Ind-Ra projects FY22 growth
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Kohli In But For Whom?
With captain coming back, the big question is who among Pujara and Rahane, will sit out
US to bring tighter travel restrictions
President Joe Biden will announce Thursday a winter campaign against Covid-19, with new testing requirements for travelers and a surge in vaccination efforts but no clear path to defeating the pandemic he was elected to confront.
Our daughters are now safe under Yogi: Shah
Says Uttar Pradesh no more witnesses riots and law and order situation had never been so robust in the past
US justices signal they may curtail abortion rights
THE Supreme Court’s six conservative justices, hearing the biggest challenge to abortion rights in decades, have indicated they will uphold a Mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
Omicron to account for 50% cases in EU
Prediction based on mathematical modelling; last month, the EU agency had said the grouping may see 7,00,000 cases this winter
Omicron dominates Lok Sabha talks
WITH Lok Sabha resuming normal functioning on Thursday, members took up a discussion on the Covid-19 pandemic, with MPs expressing concerns about the Omicron variant.
INDIA NEEDS A COMPREHENSIVE AGRI POLICY
For almost every sector of the economy, governments have laid down clear policies. But for farming, they never went beyond a draft prepared by the NDA at the turn of the millennium
Four flyers from ‘at-risk' nations test Covid positive, 8 cases so far
Samples of the quartet sent for genome sequencing to ascertain if they have Omicron
First cases of Omicron found in India
Both detected in Bengaluru after genome sequencing; mask up, but don’t panic, says govt; concern over community transmission
Delhi schools shut again after SC rap over air pollution
HOURS after being pulled up by Supreme Court for reopening schools despite alarming pollution levels, the Delhi government on Thursday ordered shutting down of all educational institutions in the city again. The board examinations will, however, go on as scheduled.
‘Central capex seen jumping 12% over pre-pandemic level'
PUBLIC CAPEX TURNS THE CORNER. In 1st half of current fiscal, Centre spent 41% of its budgeted target for the entire year. On the other hand, the states spent 29% of their targets
The bad bank will help banks clean their books, but it will not solve the problem of NPAs
Stressed plants acquired via IBC seeing faster turnaround
Stressed steel plants acquired under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) resolution process are seeing faster returns, says rating agency CRISIL in a research.
Bright Sunshine for Cloud Kitchens
The pandemic has created new norms in all walks of life. Restaurateurs, with SOPs like social distancing and allowing only 50 percent accommodation for their dine-in clientele, after adopting drive-ins and takeaways, are now contemplating on cloud kitchens. A cloud kitchen is, basically speaking, a restaurant with no costs on rent, electricity, waiters or any other fixed charge. In the post-Covid world cloud kitchens have become a favourite venture for investors. Ashok Malkani examines why they are gaining so much popularity
A STORMY FLIGHT AHEAD
India’s airlines are staring at aggregate losses of a staggering Rs 1.3 lakh crore by the end of the next fiscal year. The fare hike will bring some relief but not quite enough
Narrow Business Focus, Wide Technology Adoption
U GRO Capital’s flagship platform is capable of onboarding of MSME customers completely digitally, with decision in 60 minutes:
In the fast lane
Markets are on a dream run. But for how long will it last?
HOW REAL IS THE RECOVERY?
Although it was expected that the GDP growth numbers for the second quarter of this fiscal year would read far better than the dismal -23.9 per cent seen in the first quarter, the actual numbers came in as a surprise to many.
INDIA INC. MUST BRACE UP FOR LARGE-SCALE RATINGS DOWNGRADE, DEFAULTS AND ASSETS SALE
The Tough Get Going
The tough Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises get going to overcome the existential crisis and rejoin the growth path.