Category: Business

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Nestle relaunches Maggi Noodles in India

Nestle India today relaunched its popular Maggi noodles in India, five months after they were banned for allegedly containing lead beyond permissible levels. Besides, the Swiss food major has partnered...

Jet Airways orders 75 new Boeing 737

Embarking on ambitious growth plans, private carrier Jet Airways today announced placing an order for 75 fuel-efficient 737 MAX 8 single-aisle aircraft from US plane maker Boeing, marking the largest...

Rajasthan Promoting Wedding Tourism

The magnificent forts, colourful costumes, presence of horses, elephants and camels and heritage hotels has made Rajasthan quite popular for marriage destinations and the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation Limited (RTDCL) is all set to cash on its strengths to market the state as a destination to get married.

RTDCL General manager J P Pathak said the state provides not only the best ambience but also the required ingredients to make the marriage truly memorable where not only the bridal couple, but even their guests feel like royals.

Robust Paced Employment in India

Employers in India are planning to hire at a robust pace in the next three months. A survey says public administration, education and services sectors are expected to see strong recruitment trends.
Globally, India is the most optimistic in terms of recruitment intentions for the fourth quarter after China and Taiwan, according to staffing services firm Manpower’s Employment Outlook Survey released on Tuesday.
“The job market remains robust in India as a result of strong domestic growth and recovery from key global markets. But employers in other countries are reporting strong hiring forecasts as well,”  Manpower India’s managing director Sanjay Pandit told PTI.

India Overtakes US

India has replaced the United States as the second most important foreign directive investment (FDI) destination for transnational corporations during 2010-2012, according to a survey conducted by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
In its latest ‘World Investment Prospects Survey 2010-2012’, the UNCTAD said transnational corporations remain buoyant about investment prospects in China, India and Brazil. According to the survey, India is the most important FDI destination next only to China.