Today there are 2 lakh PPE kits and coveralls being churned out daily by this new assembly line production, as per the specifications of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. In addition, roughly the same number is being produced daily by other manufacturers and suppliers to state governments, autonomous institutes and private healthcare. These PPEs include all varieties – from high quality to sub-standard and shoddy, supplied in accordance with the budget. … [Read more...] about From PPE kits to sanitisers to ventilators, COVID-19 has sparked off an indigenous cottage industry boom
The stellar performance of the scrip can be attributed to its digital arm Jio Platforms, which has raised Rs 1.18 lakh crore from April 22 by selling more than 25 percent stake to global investors including Facebook, General Atlantic, Intel Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, KKR, Saudi sovereign wealth fund etc. … [Read more...] about RIL now 51st most-valued firm in the world, among top 10 in Asia
To keep cash circulating to the farmers, foragers and fishing crews that depend on Blue Hill, Barber began selling boxes of fish, meat or seasonal vegetables for curbside pickup. Customers get a grab bag of ingredients both well-known (greenhouse cucumbers) and less familiar (Purple Sword celtuce stalks). Tucked into the boxes are recipes and background on the crops, including the information that the telltale holes in “beetle-bitten brassicas” were left by flea beetles, who have a knack for finding the sweetest plants in the field. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact | Your kitchen can be as well stocked as restaurants now
While RBI washes its hands off the AT1 Bond fiasco citing the rule book, the pertinent question is this: What possible recourse is now left for investors, especially retailers who are allegedly victims of misselling by Yes Bank executives who sold these bonds as ‘Super FDs’. When the regulator appeals the court ‘not to interfere’ in the case, where will they go to get justice? … [Read more...] about Banking Central: RBI ko gussa kyon aata hai?
Rossari also has a high return on invested capital (RoIC) of 31.6 percent in FY20 compared to 8.8 percent in FY15 due to the flexible assets that can be used for multiple purposes and it is a flexible and agile company known for its speed to market innovative products and customised solutions, said Ventura, which also recommended subscribing the issue. … [Read more...] about Analysts say subscribe to Rossari Biotech IPO despite high valuation, here is why