The country's 10 most valued firms witnessed an addition of Rs 20,000 cr in their mkt valuation.
World Bank,which has decided to step up its exposure to India to USD 14 billion in the next three years.
Saudi Arabia should guarantee that domestic workers are given the same rights as other workers,Human Rights Watch said,as the kingdom's legislative body prepares to discuss a draft labour law.
The BSE benchmark Sensex recovered sharply by 5.17 per cent during the truncated week under review.
The crisis in the global economy has taken its toll on the Indian airline industry.
The board of Satyam Computer has received adequate response from Indian and global bidders.
With the global crisis the richie-rich of the world are out to dispose of all their costly belongings.
Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty to orchestrating the biggest investment fraud in Wall Street history.
The Indian rupee appreciated by 16 paise against the US currency in opening trade following selling of dollars by banks.
UN is to snap a direct contract with Satyam Computer Services,a media report has said.
Women comprise a miniscule 7.53 per cent of the working force in the Central Government.
Global financial meltdown has restored the glamour of the public sector undertakings.
A majority of Indian corporates have lowered their revenue forecasts for this year.
The stock markets displayed a distinctly weak trend during the week under review.
Tata Group-owned Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) said that occupancy rate in the tower wing of its flagship Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel is picking up now.
Microsoft said that a control panel in its next-generation computer operating system will let users shut off Internet Explorer 8 and other built-in programmes.
RIL sold its first non-oxygenated gasoline cargo from its new refinery for end-March loading.
L&T and Hinduja said they were yet to decide whether to bid for Satyam Computer Services.
Govt said the prospective buyer of Satyam will have to make an open offer of 20 per cent.
The Company Law Board on Thursday asked the government to appoint four nominee directors on the board of Maytas Infra,including the chairman.
Satyam is the system integrator for installing a new ERP system for the memory disk maker.
Australian arm of investment bank Goldman Sachs,may cut up to 5% of its workforce this year.
Tata Motors said the booking for Nano in India would begin as per schedule.
The year 2009 is set to be more difficult for the Indian economy ,economists at Moody's has said.
The country's top-10 firms lost over Rs 21,000 crore from their market capitalisation in February.