#FitchRatings has upgraded Reliance Industries Ltd.’s rating to ‘BBB,’ one notch above India’s sovereign rating, as RIL benefits from cash flow generation across diversified business segments and the continuation of deleveraging.
Just like Kerala, Maharashtra is showing some variation from the consistent decline phase.
I am not ready for the third wave. Whether a third wave happens or not is largely in our hands. It is not set in stone. We need to watch out for changes at a granular level and act early. https://t.co/bxG0aZzNkS
Simran Singh is a class 10th student from Punjab.
In his family of 5, his grandmother’s pension is the only source of income in the house. He and his sister study in the same school and their father is unable to work due to medical conditions. https://t.co/G7JLXtjC0c
Big win for ASHAs but raise to just Rs 6500. Govt should have paid them minimum wage with incentives over and above that
Rs 8800+ is minimum wage for unskilled labour in Maharashtra https://t.co/On2weSY1dU
Big win for ASHA workers: Maharashtra government agrees to increase monthly honorarium by Rs 1500.ASHAs to get fixed income of Rs 6500 now. Block facilitators to get atleast Rs 13,000.The female workforce was on strike since June 15 in state,strike called off today @IndianExpress
In most sectors, we are seeing a 60% capacity utilization. Why would anybody want to increase capacities by buying a bankrupt company, no matter how cheap it is, in such a market?!: Prosenjit Datta (@ProsaicView), Former Editor, Business Today & Business World to @tanvishuklahttps://t.co/k4bs4qEAFs