Karnataka's economy is projected to grow 5.9 percent this fiscal (2012-13) as against 5.5 percent last fiscal (2011-12), despite the service sector's contribution declining by 60 basis points (0.6 percent) year-on-year (YoY).
Buying fish for the rice plate has got dearer for Goans with prices escalating sharply due a strike by trawler owners.
The Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP) is setting up a centre in Bangalore to provide training and consultancy in packaging technology to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) across Karnataka.
The Karnataka government would partner with the burgeoning information and communication technology (ICT) sector to generate two million jobs in the state by 2020, chief minister Jagadish Shettar said Tuesday.
Higher public and private investments into modernizing and mechanizing the coir industry in India, the top producer and exporter of the fiber, can help farmers and manufacturers fight off competition from alternative synthetic products, according to the state-run Coir Board.
In 2012, India promptly stepped in to bail out its cash-starved electric utilities, responsible for triggering a blackout that cut power to more than half the country’s population on July 31. But can India resolve its electricity demand-supply mismatch?
The central government has agreed to include Andhra Pradesh (AP) in the Chennai-Bangalore industrial corridor, said AP state major industries minister J. Geeta Reddy.
Big ticket investments for which the Karnataka government signed agreements with various stakeholders during the Global Investors' Meet (GIM 2012) in June in this tech hub are yet to take-off, according to a progress report released Monday.
Karnataka’s poultry industry, which is losing Rs. 50 lakh a day for over a month now after a bird flu scare took a toll on chicken and egg sales across the state, will need six weeks to recover, according to an industry body.
State government policy needs to be tweaked if Karnataka wants to attract more private sector investments in the horticulture sector, according to a report by a Bangalore-based social science think-tank.