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Tata Sons now set to become private entity

Tata Sons on Thursday won shareholders’ approval to convert itself into a private limited company, a move that was opposed by ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry, sources said.

Rs 50,000 crore stimulus to boost economy on the cards

Left with little choice and headroom, the government may consider an Rs 50,000 crore stimulus to pump prime the economy.

Govt may allow rupee to fall for boosting exports

The rupee on Thursday declined by 53 paise to near three-month low of 64.80 against the US dollar.

New GST circular adds to confusion

The broad rules on splitting assessees among Centre and state tax officers for administering them could add to further confusion under the goods and services tax (GST) regime that kicked in from Ju

GoM discusses AI divestment, sans results

In less than a month, the Modi government’s top ministers went into a huddle in North Block again on Wednesday to chart out a disinvestment plan for the ailing national carrier Air India, signallin

Hurricanes in US may help cotton growers in India

The demand for Indian cotton is bright in the international market. International buyers are turning to India now as the US crop has been hit by hurricanes in September.

S&P cuts China’s credit rating for 1st time since ‘99

S&P Global Ratings cut China’s sovereign credit rating for the first time since 1999, citing the risks from soaring debt, and revised its outlook to stable from negative.

Rohingyas are illegal immigrants & will be deported, says Rajnath

India has reiterated its determination to pack off Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar saying they were not refugees but illegal immigrants and questioned those opposing the move to evict them.

No place called Home

Religious clashes in Myanmar, a Buddhist-majority country, have driven more than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims out of the country, provoking the United Nations’ top human rights official to call the cam

Clean technology nearing tipping point: Mahindra

The only electric-car maker in India says the business case for the clean technology is starting to make sense —and it won’t require government subsidies to take off in a big way.

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