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Brand Indian Railways, the single largest national transporter that moves the largest number of people globally every year, intends to stand for ‘We care’, says Ashwani Lohani, who took over as the Chairman five months back.
With less than three weeks for the Union Budget, speculation about the fine print has begun. The fiscal math suggests that the government may not be able to adhere to the FRBM (fiscal responsibility and budget management) targets for FY19. That is because the government will have to be mindful of electoral politics ahead of the 2019 elections even as it tries to revive the economy. And while the fiscal picture may not be as bleak so as to invite the ire of the rating agencies, the government will need an extremely supportive capital markets in FY19 to keep things under control. (5-0)
India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) has reported a ₹8.35 crore net loss in the second quarter of financial year 2017-2018. This is more than double the ₹3.01 crore loss reported by the public sector undertaking in the corresponding quarter of the last financial year.
The Chairperson and Managing Director, India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), Ravneet Kaur, on Wednesday presented a cheque of Rs 9.93 cr to Tourism Minister K J Alphons for the financial year 2016-17, on behalf of ITDC. The amount was paid by the ITDC to the government, which is the largest shareholder of the company. Government of India has 87.03 per cent of the paid-up capital of the company.
New Delhi: As part of the disinvestment exercise, the Centre on Wednesday decided to exit three India Tourism Development Corp (ITDC) hotels and handover them to the state governments.
New Delhi: Thirty-five IAS officers have been appointed as secretaries and additional secretaries in various central government departments as part of a major bureaucratic reshuffle.
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NEW DELHI : The Union Cabinet on Wednesday decided to pull out India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) from three Ashoka Hotels it were running in Bhopal, Bharatpur and Guwahati as part of the disinvestment policy.
The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal for the Centre to exit three Ashoka hotels of the India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) Ltd in Bharatpur, Bhopal and Guwahati.
The decision by ITDC to exit Hotel Lake View Ashok, Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok and Hotel Bharatpur Ashok was taken at the meeting of CCEA
10:25 am FII view: Michael Hartnett of Bank of America Merrill Lynch says 2017 total returns for both stocks and bonds have been impressive in the face of Donald Trump disappointment, European Union politics, peak PMI narrative.
Shares of India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) rose 10 percent intraday Friday as the company has entered into MoU with state governments to transfer its stake in the joint ventire subsidiary companies.
ITDC is looking to divest or offload its stake in all hotels run by it except Ashok and Samrat hotels in Delhi
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India Tourism Development Corporation shares will be listed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) from tomorrow.
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