Land Bill modified to favour corporates, alleges Joshi

Congress general secretary CP Joshi on Wednesday alleged that the Land Acquisition Bill was being modified by the government to favour corporate houses.

Middle class propaganda Vs marginal silence

Maximum hue and cry is being raised by the middle class, which has been the direct beneficiaries of liberalization, privatization and industrialization and has been the main achiever of India’s growth story so far.

'Over 100 corporate leaders, professionals join BJP'

The BJP on Sunday claimed that over 100 corporate leaders and professionals joined the saffron party even as its Chief Amit Shah appealed to the corporate world to help create more employment opportunities in the country.

Dr Subhash Chandra Show: How to achieve success in corporate world?

This Week Dr. Subhash Chandra Show was held at Birla Institute of Management & Technology, Greater Noida. Dr. Chandra spoke about how to achieve Success when entering the Corporate World. He gave 6 tips that would ensure success for a newcomer in any industry.

Authentic Leaders

Passion, purpose and core values distinguish an authentic leader from others, says Suresh Raina.

I`ll have a Bengali wedding: Bipasha Basu

Actress Bipasha Basu, who is reportedly dating Harman Baweja, refused to speak on her relationship status but said that she will have a typical Bengali wedding.

CPI demands Moily`s resignation over gas price hike

CPI sought resignation of Petroleum Minister Veerappa Moily and probe into ministry`s proposal to hike natural gas prices, alleging it would subvert national interests and favour big corporate house.

When Madhur Bhandarkar hit the ramp

Madhur Bhandarkar, known for making a film on the fashion industry, himself walked the ramp at the recently concluded India International Jewellery Week (IIJW) and liked the experience.

Land given to corporates could have been used for

On Saturday, Chief Minister Narendra Modi had asked the Centre to lease out unused stretches of land along the railway tracks for one year for cultivation of fodder.

Thali goes quick-eat in world of corporate bites

Thali has donned a corporate avatar thanks to the biggest regional cuisine chain in the country.

Thrill-seeking pilots make for good corporate CEO’s

Thrill-seekers, like private airplane pilots, tend to make effective chief executive officers, a new research has found.

Workspace happiness is new corporate credo

The latest corporate buzz is to make people happy at workspace.

Corporates extend support to anti-trafficking steps in Goa

Anti-human trafficking initiatives in
Goa will now get support from the corporate world, which has
agreed to rehabilitate victims rescued from the trafficking
magnets.

Mahindra ups corporate support to Indian theatre

Corporate support to Indian theatre has got a fresh shot in the arm.

`More transparency in corporate funds to parties`

Corporate Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Wednesday advocated greater transparency in corporate donations to political parties saying it is important for shareholders to know how the money is being spend and for what purpose.

President for strong linkage between corporate, farm sector

President Pratibha Patil on Wednesday
made a strong case for forging a linkage between the corporate
world and the agriculture sector to promote rural development.

Delhi has its first government-run `corporate` hospital

Doctor`s consultation fee Rs. 200, Intensive Care Unit (ICU) charge Rs.5,000 and a private bed for Rs. 3,000 per night!

Reliance Retail plans to open outlets at corporates` premises

With a view to grab a bigger share of the country`s retail market, Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Retail has devised a new business model, under which it will open small outlets at the premises of large corporates.

Corporate pension fund norm within a month: PFRDA

Pension regulator PFRDA on Wednesday said it would announce within a month the guidelines for managing the pension funds of companies.

Huge `talent deficit` may hit Corporate India: Deloitte

India Inc is likely to face a huge `talent deficit` in the coming years, as the country is not producing enough people equipped with the right skills required for the globalised environment, global consultancy Deloitte says.