India Inc. says land ordinance pro-farmer, pro-growth

The land ordinance introduced in parliament on Monday will create millions of jobs, meet farmers' aspirations and help spur economic growth, India Inc. said on Wednesday.

Rope in industry stalwarts and reward CSR incentives for Ganga clean-up drive: PHD Chamber

Amidst growing focus on the Ganga clean-up drive, the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on the Government to rope-in voluntary contributions of the stalwarts of the India Inc. and the leading Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), to clean rivers such as Ganga and Yamuna by rewarding them with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) tax incentives.

Minister seeks cooperation of India Inc to develop Andhra

Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Minister Ayyanna Patrudu today asked industrialists to invest in the state for its development.

Follow the leader

Students of Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad got to spend a working day with CEOs of India Inc under the `Shadow a CEO` programme. Karunamoorthy P was among the lucky 13 who won an online bid to follow his favorite corporate head honcho.

Biggest fight is against perception that big cos do cozy deals with govt: Montek

The biggest challenge on policy front is the fight against the perception that a small number of big corporations do cozy deals with the government, Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahulwalia has said.

Industry for clean, corruption-free govt

Mazumdar said that whatever happened to the Indian economy in the last few years was `totally man-made and not linked to any economic cycle`.

Poll results send message of corruption-free rule: India Inc

Indian industry Sunday said the results of four state elections sent the strong message that government and political parties need to ensure good governance and corruption-free administration.

Many offices ill-equipped to handle sexual harassment cases

India Inc has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to sensitising employees to gender issues at the workplace, HR experts have said, amid increasingly frequent reports of sexual harassment charges in the country.

India Inc congratulate BJP, Congress

India Inc on Thursday congratulated BJP and Congress on their respective wins in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls.

Don’t shy away from Afghanistan: Karzai to India Inc

Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai on Saturday told India Inc not to be "shy" when it comes to investing in his mineral-rich country.

Stay fit firms put non-core assets on the block

Amid the slowdown in the economy, India Inc appears to be focused on staying slim and fit. A section of corporate India has of late indulged in knocking off non-core assets at a diverse set of companies.

Welcome rain drops for India Inc!

FMCG, Automobiles, Fertilisers, Telecom are amongst the prominent sectors which get impacted either way by the quantum of monsoon each year. Companies in these sectors are bullish given the monsoon onset in view of the resultant rural economic activity.

Chandy dangles 2.4-trillioninvestment carrot

Chandy strove to stave off the past anti-investment image by inviting captains of Corporate India to take part in Rs 2.4-trillion investment.

Nitish Kumar invites India Inc to Bihar

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar invited India Inc on Sunday to invest in the state and take advantage of the industrial policy announced by his government last year.

RBI`s monetary tightening to adversely affect growth: India Inc

India Inc on Thursday said the continuous monetary tightening by the Reserve Bank will affect "adversely" growth prospects of the country.

Employers optimistic about hiring in coming months

The majority of employers in the country anticipate the creation of new jobs in the coming months of this year, according to two surveys released Tuesday

Expand your social welfare: Khurshid to India Inc

Corporate Affairs Minister Salman
Khurshid on Sunday asked India Inc to expand their social welfare
measures into backward areas, including the Naxal-hit
districts, to help check violence and disruptive activities.