Noor Mohammad

Noor Mohammad
Assistant Editor
New Delhi
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  • May 24 2017, 2356

    Since coming to power in May 2014, the Narendra Modi government has focused on cutting wasteful government expenditure by reducing the number of centrally-sponsored sche­mes so that additional resources could

  • May 22 2017, 2349

    India has planned to spend over Rs 25 lakh crore over the next five years to build infrastructure like roads and highways and ports to facilitate the movement of goods

  • May 22 2017, 1711

    In what can become a model for other states to follow, the Delhi government has embraced a novel idea of land pooling.
    Experts say it would help unlock about 20,000-25,000

  • May 22 2017, 0120

    Banks and borrowers will have to find credible ways between them to resolve the problem of bad loans, a top finance ministry official has said, hinting that the government might

  • May 18 2017, 0004

    Niti Aayog plans to recommend more candidates for privatisation even though the government is yet to initiate work for strategic sale of 20 PSUs already identified.
    Niti Aayog is examining

  • May 15 2017, 0118

    The Trade Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) has proposed to reduce the number of days from 180 to 90 for completing revival or dissolution of sick small companies.

  • May 10 2017, 0000

    With the aim of meeting the disinvestment target, the government is all set to launch a new CPSE exchange traded fund (ETF) that would include public sector banks SBI, Punjab

  • May 08 2017, 0142

    Realty stocks have made impressive gains at stock exchanges on the back of positive investor sentiment generated by sops offered by the government for the real estate sector this year.

  • May 08 2017, 0115

    As the domestic oil and gas pipe manufacturers face falling capacity utilisation due to a surge in imports, the government is looking to initiate anti-dumping probe against Chinese suppliers.
    Sources

  • May 05 2017, 0058

    With the government deciding to empower the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to deal with bad loans, the resolution of non-performing assets (NPAs) is likely to pick up pace now.