Patel recalls how proximity to Rajasthan helped source the main raw material, namely China clay, and soon the wholly manual unit got set up with ‘paternal financing’ of Rs 7 lakh each by the fathers of both partners and a
When King Phillippe of Belgium visits India next month, Laurent Renard will be one of the CEOs accompanying him as part of the 86-member business contingent, representing big and small businesses from diverse sectors.
GUVNL has expressed its willingness to take ownership of the troubled plants of Tata Power and Adani Power in the state but only if 100% stakes are transferred to it for a nominal Rs 1, instead of the 51% each offered by the
The abundant corpus (Rs 600 crore) is providing Ahmedabad University the liberty to experiment with streams and courses without being worried about churning out market-driven programmes that can rake in the moolah.
Face-offs with rivals are nothing new for the battle-scarred hexagenarian Gandhi, for whom running the family’s ice-cream business, founded by his great grandfather way back in 1907, has always been a fight for survival.
In keeping with the changing times, EDII has taken steps to ensure that it not only retains its relevance as the only institute of its kind in the country, but also morphs into a trailblazer for several new initiatives that w
When trade associations in Tamil Nadu called for a ban on cola giants Pepsi and Coca-Cola in the wake of Jallikattu protests and a resurgence of swadeshi sentiments in January last, it was a nimble-footed David which moved in
After years of delay and a near-derailment on account of a scam involving alleged financial irregularities, work on Gujarat’s first ever Metro rail project, called the MEGA (Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar & Ahmedabad) p
In an exclusive interview with The Financial Express, Gujarat finance minister Saurabh Patel confirmed that a new auto policy is on the anvil, and promised that it would be as lucrative as the earlier ones.