Godrej Properties and Oberoi Realty told FE they’re staying with the properties already in the market and have nothing new this time. Others such as the Runwal group are merely offering new phases in existing locations.
Atul Daga, chief financial officer, UltraTech Cement, tells Shubhra Tandon that operations are back to pre-Covid levels and cement demand will continue to remain strong driven by rural demand and government’s push to infras
Maximum job creation will happen in Bengaluru, followed by Hyderabad, Delhi and Mumbai. Chennai is projected to end the year at 100% of its Q1 demand while Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru will recover greater than 70% of dema
Page told FE the main reason for this is that with companies re-aligning themselves with the new normal, there has been a need for new talent. Also, companies have understood the current conditions will continue for some time
With Friday's rationalisation, the risk weight for all home loans with an LTV of 80% or less has been set to 35% and the risk weight for all home loans with an LTV between 80% and 90% has been set to 50%.
According to Colliers International the commercial office segment in India continues to attract significant interest from investors even in the current times of uncertainty around the remote working culture that is likely to
Mohit Malhotra, MD and CEO of Godrej Properties, tells Shubhra Tandon that the company is looking to be a participant in the ongoing consolidation phase in real estate, and is open to acquiring projects as well as companies,
Professionals in spaces like cybersecurity will command increments in the range of 12-18%, those employed in automation roles will see hikes in the range of 12-15%, while medical scientists and microbiologists can expect incr
DoT is understood to have filed a 19-page affidavit before NCLT, Mumbai and prayed that the resolution plan be set aside in the light of the matter of insolvency of RCom and RTL being sub-judice in the Supreme Court.
Seshagiri Rao, joint managing director and group chief financial officer, JSW Steel, told FE that the company is ready to implement the resolution plan and is awaiting Supreme Court’s verdict on the issue related to assets