The unit in Saudi Arabia had posted net loss of Rs 45 crore in the third quarter ending December 31, 2018. Welspun Corp's net profit was down 56.46 percent in the quarter, from Rs 69.09 crore a year earlier. Net Sales at Rs 2,657.86 crore in December 2018, were up 15.35 percent from Rs 2,304.16 crore scored in December 2017 quarter. … [Read more...] about Welspun Corp to get over Saudi Arabia ‘pains’ by end of March 2019
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What most people don’t fully recognize is the extent to which outdoor air pollution can penetrate inside a home or building. As you might expect, there are a lot of factors that determine just how much outdoor air pollution enters a building, or what we call infiltration factors. Things like the year of construction and leakiness of the building, whether there are operable windows (and whether they open or not), and the type of ventilation and filtration system in your building are the obvious ones, but wind direction, pressure, and other meteorological factors also play a critical role. … [Read more...] about We spend 90% of our time inside—why don’t we care that indoor air is so polluted?
In a statement on May 21, the country's largest airline said, it "has been authorised to operate 97 Kerala reparation flights to the Middle East. Adhering all the precautionary measures, the flights will be operated between Kerala and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Doha, Kuwait and Muscat. IndiGo has been granted nearly half of the total 180 repatriation flights allotted to private airlines." … [Read more...] about In a first for a private airline, IndiGo to join Vande Bharat Mission
SoftBank has limited exposure to areas like online education and streaming, with TikTok parent Bytedance one notable exception. In food delivery, there has been demand from locked-down consumers but vendors also have faced disruptions, including being forced to shut down. … [Read more...] about Softbank’s Son hopes ‘winged unicorns’ can save crumbling tech empire
That rising crude oil prices upset India’s macroeconomic balance by pressuring the current account deficit, fiscal deficit and inflation is well-known. India is the third largest importer of oil in the world and at current rates, there will be an increase in its current account deficit. … [Read more...] about Opinion | OPEC decision unlikely to bring much relief to India for now