Rajas Kelkar

'Rajas Kelkar' - 61 News Result(s)

  • Foreign investors injecting record flows into Indian equities: 5 facts
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday August 28, 2012
    Despite criticism about India falling over the fiscal cliff and imposing retrospective tax rules like GAAR, foreign institutional investors have injected a $ 11.3bn into Indian equities in 2012 so far. This is the highest quantum of money pumped by FIIs year-to-date (January to August 2012) in any year.
  • Five reasons why Indian rupee would continue to fall
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday August 14, 2012
    Worsening trade deficit is bad news for the rupee as the demand for US dollars goes up.
  • Why P Chidambaram, RBI governor D Subbarao meeting matters
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Monday August 6, 2012
    Reserve Bank of India governor D Subbarao met finance minister P Chidambaram on Monday. The relationship between the finance minister and the governor is critical in the context of the situation in the economy. The need of the hour though is to take steps in the national interest. They have to be taken even if they are not acceptable to all.
  • RBI worried about growth, inflation, ‘twin’ deficits: Ten facts
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday July 31, 2012
    The Reserve Bank of India’s statement on the first quarter monetary policy highlights concerns on growth, inflation and deficits in that order. The statement issued on Tuesday has words like ‘growth’ 67 times, ‘inflation’ 58 times and ‘deficit’ 16 times. Here are pointers that could explain why these parameters matter.
  • Did overdrawing by states cause northern power grid failure?
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Monday July 30, 2012
    Power outages are a common phenomenon in countries where energy consumption is very high. They are often sourced to a power ‘grid failure’. This occurs when some areas draw excessive power. This leads to automatic tripping of power and it has a cascading impact on the entire grid that supplies power to the region. Here are pointers that explain...
  • Midcap crash: Why pledged shares, margin calls hurt
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Thursday July 26, 2012
    Margin calls triggered due to inability of borrowers to pay up can hurt hardest in a falling market. Here are pointers that explain the development:
  • Tata Steel European operations under ‘enormous’ stress: Ratan Tata
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday July 24, 2012
    Ratan Tata, chairman, Tata Steel predicts a challenging year ahead due to enormous pressure on European operations.
  • Why Infosys, TCS or Cognizant want to buy Lodestone
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday September 11, 2012
    Here are reasons why Lodestone attracts Indian tech majors.
  • How Ratan Tata outlined India's economic agenda while defending PM
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Sunday July 22, 2012
    There is a dichotomy in the open letter posted by Ratan Tata, chairman, Tata Group where he defended prime minister Manmohan Singh.
  • India’s economy could grow slowest in a decade: 10 facts
    Business | Sunday July 22, 2012
    As India elects former finance minister Pranab Mukherjee as the new president today, the economy would grow at its slowest pace in a decade this fiscal year. According to a Reuters Poll, at 6.3 per cent for 2012-13, it would be the slackest pace of growth for India since 2002-03. Here are ten facts about the state of the economy:
  • RIL Q1 net down 21%, not worse as feared: Five facts
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Saturday July 21, 2012
    Reliance Industries reported a 21 per cent drop in the net profit in June 2012 quarter over last year. RIL's net profit was Rs 4473 crore, but beat estimates of Rs4,364 crore for the quarter ended June 2012, making this the third straight quarter that it has seen profits decline. RIL's gross refining margins stayed strong at $7.6 a barrel, the same...
  • The Indian Telecom saga: Dream turned sour
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Friday July 20, 2012
    India's telecom revolution is not a moment that the United Progressive Alliance or the UPA II government is able to savor. Why did this dream turn sour?
  • How weak monsoon could hurt auto shares
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Wednesday July 18, 2012
    A weak monsoon could affect revenue and profits of auto companies that are already reeling under rising costs of fuel and high interest rates.
  • Why Sun Pharma, Cipla, Dr Reddy’s would continue to rally
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday July 17, 2012
    Know why frontline pharm companies like Sun Pharma, Cipla, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories could grow profits.
  • Why Obama criticism hit where it hurts
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday July 17, 2012
    US president Barack Obama’s criticism of India’s economic reforms drew sharp reactions in India. The main opposition BJP's Yashwant Sinha, a former Finance Minister, said that India could not open its markets just because the US President wished it. There were voices like those of industrialist Anand Mahindra, who pointed out on twitter that we...

'Rajas Kelkar' - 61 News Result(s)

  • Foreign investors injecting record flows into Indian equities: 5 facts
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday August 28, 2012
    Despite criticism about India falling over the fiscal cliff and imposing retrospective tax rules like GAAR, foreign institutional investors have injected a $ 11.3bn into Indian equities in 2012 so far. This is the highest quantum of money pumped by FIIs year-to-date (January to August 2012) in any year.
  • Five reasons why Indian rupee would continue to fall
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday August 14, 2012
    Worsening trade deficit is bad news for the rupee as the demand for US dollars goes up.
  • Why P Chidambaram, RBI governor D Subbarao meeting matters
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Monday August 6, 2012
    Reserve Bank of India governor D Subbarao met finance minister P Chidambaram on Monday. The relationship between the finance minister and the governor is critical in the context of the situation in the economy. The need of the hour though is to take steps in the national interest. They have to be taken even if they are not acceptable to all.
  • RBI worried about growth, inflation, ‘twin’ deficits: Ten facts
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday July 31, 2012
    The Reserve Bank of India’s statement on the first quarter monetary policy highlights concerns on growth, inflation and deficits in that order. The statement issued on Tuesday has words like ‘growth’ 67 times, ‘inflation’ 58 times and ‘deficit’ 16 times. Here are pointers that could explain why these parameters matter.
  • Did overdrawing by states cause northern power grid failure?
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Monday July 30, 2012
    Power outages are a common phenomenon in countries where energy consumption is very high. They are often sourced to a power ‘grid failure’. This occurs when some areas draw excessive power. This leads to automatic tripping of power and it has a cascading impact on the entire grid that supplies power to the region. Here are pointers that explain...
  • Midcap crash: Why pledged shares, margin calls hurt
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Thursday July 26, 2012
    Margin calls triggered due to inability of borrowers to pay up can hurt hardest in a falling market. Here are pointers that explain the development:
  • Tata Steel European operations under ‘enormous’ stress: Ratan Tata
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday July 24, 2012
    Ratan Tata, chairman, Tata Steel predicts a challenging year ahead due to enormous pressure on European operations.
  • Why Infosys, TCS or Cognizant want to buy Lodestone
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday September 11, 2012
    Here are reasons why Lodestone attracts Indian tech majors.
  • How Ratan Tata outlined India's economic agenda while defending PM
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Sunday July 22, 2012
    There is a dichotomy in the open letter posted by Ratan Tata, chairman, Tata Group where he defended prime minister Manmohan Singh.
  • India’s economy could grow slowest in a decade: 10 facts
    Business | Sunday July 22, 2012
    As India elects former finance minister Pranab Mukherjee as the new president today, the economy would grow at its slowest pace in a decade this fiscal year. According to a Reuters Poll, at 6.3 per cent for 2012-13, it would be the slackest pace of growth for India since 2002-03. Here are ten facts about the state of the economy:
  • RIL Q1 net down 21%, not worse as feared: Five facts
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Saturday July 21, 2012
    Reliance Industries reported a 21 per cent drop in the net profit in June 2012 quarter over last year. RIL's net profit was Rs 4473 crore, but beat estimates of Rs4,364 crore for the quarter ended June 2012, making this the third straight quarter that it has seen profits decline. RIL's gross refining margins stayed strong at $7.6 a barrel, the same...
  • The Indian Telecom saga: Dream turned sour
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Friday July 20, 2012
    India's telecom revolution is not a moment that the United Progressive Alliance or the UPA II government is able to savor. Why did this dream turn sour?
  • How weak monsoon could hurt auto shares
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Wednesday July 18, 2012
    A weak monsoon could affect revenue and profits of auto companies that are already reeling under rising costs of fuel and high interest rates.
  • Why Sun Pharma, Cipla, Dr Reddy’s would continue to rally
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday July 17, 2012
    Know why frontline pharm companies like Sun Pharma, Cipla, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories could grow profits.
  • Why Obama criticism hit where it hurts
    Business | Rajas Kelkar | Tuesday July 17, 2012
    US president Barack Obama’s criticism of India’s economic reforms drew sharp reactions in India. The main opposition BJP's Yashwant Sinha, a former Finance Minister, said that India could not open its markets just because the US President wished it. There were voices like those of industrialist Anand Mahindra, who pointed out on twitter that we...
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