India Inc wants the government to shed its reformist agenda for while and look backwards for
finding solutions for fuel related problems being faced by the power sector.
In a report
The Oil Ministry has informed the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) that a consortium-led by BG Group had caused a production loss of $5.6 billion in western offshore Panna/Mukta and
The least glamorous among all raw materials, coal has turned out to be a pricey affair for the government and corporates alike -- undermining investments totalling lakhs of crores of
Chasing the magic figure of $1 trillion, retail industry has managed to cross the halfway-mark this year, even as the traditional brick- and-mortar retailers face a new challenge from online
India remains one of the most preferred investment destinations for global investors while domestic companies expect stable economic conditions in the near term, says a survey.
Leading consultancy EY said
The Department of Telecom is expected to notify new penalty norms within a month that may end the practice of levying maximum penalty of Rs 50 crore for even minor
Going by the current pace of decline, India is unlikely to achieve its target of reducing the infant mortality rate to less than 39 per 1,000 live births by 2015-end,
Government should not rush through the Coal Bill as it would lead to litigations given the contradictory provisions in it, senior Congress leader Anand Sharma said today.
"Why the Coal
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