The Telegraph
Tuesday , March 7 , 2017

Go-slow cue on US visa reform

The Trump administration seems to have assured India that reforms in the norms for H-1B visas, which enable Indian IT giants to send software professionals to the US for onsite work, are not a...   | Read..

Mistry fight against Tatas suffers jolt

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) today held that the petitions filed by Cyrus Mistry's family firms against Tata Sons were not maintainable as they did not fulfil...   | Read..

Cabinet clears plan to revive small airports

The Union cabinet today approved a proposal to revive 50 unserved and under-served airports as well as airstrips at an estimated cost of Rs 4,500 crore.   | Read..

TechM acquires US healthcare tech firm

Tech Mahindra, the country's fifth largest IT services provider, today said that it will acquire CJS Solutions Group LLC, a US-based healthcare information technology...   | Read..

PSA at Opel steering

PSA Group has agreed to buy Opel from General Motors in a deal valuing the business at 2.2 billion euros ($2.3 billion), the companies said on Monday, creating a new...   | Read..

Fillip for engg exports

Engineering exporters expect demand to pick up in the US amid the Trump administration's focus on spending more on infrastructure. Engineering exports to the US are likely...   | Read..

Govt frowns on SBI penalty

The government today asked the SBI to reconsider its decision to levy a penalty on non-maintenance of minimum balance, which the bank plans to hike manifold from April 1.   | Read..

Sensex back above 29000

Forward movement on GST and expectations of a BJP victory in the Uttar Pradesh elections enabled the BSE Sensex to reclaim the 29000-mark as it gained around 216 points to...   | Read..
Go-slow cue on US visa reform

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