- New Govt dealt with fiscal issues in less than a year: Jaitley
- Govt raises import tariff value on Gold at $388 per 10 gm
- Hurriyat Conference leader Masarat Alam arrested in Srinagar
- Volkswagen plans to make India low-cost export hub
- PNB cuts fixed deposit interest rates by 0.25 per cent
- Interoperable cash deposit machines may soon be reality
Swapan Dasgupta’s appointment as Independent Director of L&T has revived the debate on whether the policies of the ancien regime were still being pursued.
Government hopes to utilise major part of the Session to push through GST and of Nuclear Safety Regulatory authority Bills.
Govt must clarify on whether it wants to move over to a revenue sharing model before the next round of the NELP.
While the high fiscal deficit is a drag, India's rating defies logic when compared with some highly indebted European nations.
RBI is looking at connecting all cash deposit machines to NFS which will make them interoperable.
The FM said 'India is one of the bright spots in the economy because of the reforms we are undertaking'.
The benchmark BSE Sensex on Wednesday fell 245 points to end below 29,000-mark.
PDP-led Governmen arrested separatist leader Masarat Alam Bhat.
Volkswagen is planning to make India a low-cost manufacturing hub.
TCS said it will pay its employees a one-time bonus to mark the 10th anniversary of company’s IPO.
RIL's telecom arm Reliance Jio Infocomm has launched its own instant messaging and calling application 'Jio Chat'.
April 15: A spate of excise duty hikes may have hit ITC's core tobacco business, but Chairman, YC Deveshwar is not too perturbed. ITC seems to be looking at a far more aggressive roll out in its FMCG business with an entry into the dairy segment also lined up. Mini Menon caught up with ITC Chairman, YC Deveshwar and began by asking him about the immediate challenges ITC is facing in its cigarette business.