Modi considers allowing FDI in multibrand retail India is considering a proposal to lift a cap on investment by foreign retailers in local supermarkets, according to people with the knowledge of the matter.
Exports up 4.39% in June India’s gold import more than doubled to $2.45 billion in June against $1.20 billion in the same month last year, resulting in 19 per cent jump in overall imports by the country last month.
Moneyball: Dada’s messy power play It has just been six weeks since this column delved on how it wouldn’t take much time for things to go downhill for Indian cricket.
Judgement day in 2G case Sept 25, 2007: Telecom ministry issues press note fixing deadline for application as October 1, 2007.
The Outliers By and large, Bollywood is considered to be a haven of nepotism.
Infy Q1 profit shines with key client wins The country’s second-biggest software services exporter Infosys on Friday reported better-than-expected 1.3 per cent rise in its June quarter net profit on winning key clients in North America and Eur
Here’s Why White-Collar Criminals Often Go Free I don’t know quite how to characterise The Chickenshit Club (Simon & Schuster), by Jesse Eisinger.
Vikram Limaye to take charge as NSE chief from Monday National Stock Exchange (NSE) today said veteran banker Vikram Limaye will join the bourse as its new managing director and chief executive from Monday.
Cong takes swipe at Modi over FDI policy Ahead of a government meeting to review its foreign direct investment (FDI) policy today, the Congress took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and asked him not to relegate the opportunity to "ph
'Lenders' inclusion under PCA for timely improvement of their performance' Urging all to not fall prey to falsehoods on future of weak banks, RBI Deputy Governor S S Mundra today said lenders' inclusion under prompt corrective action (PCA) is for timely improvement of their