Ghana has invited Indian power companies to invest in setting up thermal and renewable power projects towards becoming power surplus in the next five years. A high-powered delegation led by Kwame Ampofo, chairman, Energy Commission of Ghana met the power industry leaders here today (Thursday) at the global launch of Powerelec Ghana 2016, an Indo-Ghanian platform created by Fairact Exhibitions and Events, Orange, Ghana and Verifair, Dubai, which will be hosted at Accra, Ghana in May 2016, said a release by the platform s organisers. Ghana has announced an ambitious programme of adding new power generation capacity of 3,665 MW over the next five years, thereby more than doubling the amount of existing capacity, the statement said. Source: IANS
Ratan Tata invests in Ola
July 02, 2015 10:50 AM
App-based transportation aggregator Ola on Wednesday said Tata Sons chairman emeritus Ratan Tata has invested in the company in his personal capacity. It is our honour to have Ratan Tata onboard as an investor. This is a huge endorsement from one of the most respected business leaders of our times. We look forward to learning from Tata s experience, the company s CEO and founder Bhavish Aggarwal said in a statement. Ola said Tata s strong inclination towards transportation as a segment and the philosophy of creating widespread social impact through business creates a strong connection to this investment. Source: IANS
Bengal introduces single-window clearance for 38 industries
June 01, 2015 05:49 PM
Stating her government is absolutely against any strikes and shutdowns, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Monday that 38 industrial sectors, inclusive of MSMEs, will get single-window clearance facility for setting up new plants or investing in the state. We are against any shutdowns (bandhs) and strikes which affects the normal functioning of the state, she told investors here at an interactive seminar, Business Made Easy – The Next Level. Banerjee said her government is trying hard to attract investment in the state and has quickened the process of obtaining clearance certificates from various departments. During 2011, West Bengal was ranked at 17th position in terms of ease of doing business. We have taken stock of the situation and have introduced single-window clearance for 38 subjects (sectors), she said. Source: IANS
The scenario of India Company has incalculably improved in the last few decades. The number of Indian companies has increased at a very striking rate. It has been observed that more and more international companies are willing to have their place of business in India.
It is either individually that these foreign companies are entering India or through a partnership or with building up a subsidiary of such companies.
With more liberalized norms and rules by the Government, more and more companies saw the business scenario getting better.
These have in a way made a positive impact on the India company scenario and augmented the credibility of the India corporate sector. The future of India Company really looks very promising indeed.
Scenario of Indian Companies
1. India has 52 billionaires in 2009 as the Forbes report. This is with all courtesy to the improvement in the India company situation.
2. India has been stated as the world’s fastest growing wealth creator, all thanks to a vibrant stock market and higher earnings from the strata of Indian companies.
3. The number of top companies in India has outshone their performances in terms of net profit in just six months of the start of the fiscal year. This depicts a fast growth in corporate earnings.
Amongst all the developments in India, the major one has been in the IT sector. The Indian IT company scenario has witnessed a fast growth pace and it has in its basket a lot of job opportunities. That is why the IT sector has been considered a prime career option. As a matter of fact, this sector happens to be the fastest growing sectors in the India Company premise.
List of Indian Conpanies
Information and list of Indian company with alphabetical orgder. Get an information about these companies including their addresses, contact details, history and structure of the company.
Indian companies in Forbes Global 2000 list 2015
There are 56 top Indian companies that have been listed in the Forbes Global 2000 ranking for 2008. The leading Indian companies from different sectors are: