• Aug
    26
    By PTI

    Worried about security risks arising out of in-flight selfies, aviation regulator DGCA may soon ask airlines to strictly enforce a ban on taking pictures inside cockpit and at other critical

  • Aug
    25

    In what smacks of a return to the licence-permit raj, the government is likely to impose stockholding limit on sugar mills and ban futures trading in sugar with an objective to push more supplies into the market in a desperate bid to tame rising prices.

  • Aug
    24

    The government has decided to streamline and regulate surrogacy in the country with clear rights for surrogate mothers and children.
    The Centre will ban commercial surrogacy within the country or

  • Aug
    23

    The Centre plans to facilitate states having their own policy on intellectual property rights to promote and focus localised innovation.
    At an interactive session with industry chambers here on Tuesday

  • Aug
    18
    By PTI

    India has slapped anti-dumping duty on certain cold-rolled flat steel products from four nations including China and South Korea to guard domestic industry from cheap imports.

    An anti-dumping duty of

  • Aug
    15
    By PTI

    The government is ame­nding the form for furnishing annual financial statements under the companies law as part of efforts to ensure that CSR spending figures are reported in a proper

  • Aug
    11

    The government plans to prepare a comprehensive online data bank of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to facilitate mandatory 20 per cent procurement by state-owned companies from the sector,

  • Aug
    10

    With the government working towards a gradual phase-out of WTO non-compliant minimum import price (MIP) for steel, it has decided to streamline proc­esses relating to filing of anti-dumping duty petition,

  • As the Nehruvian five-year planning system and the distinction between plan and non-plan expenditure come to an end next year, the finance ministry on Wednesday notified revised guidelines for appraisal

  • The government is likely offer the vast pool of land in the possession of loss-making state-owned companies to its profit-making undertakings and state governments, as part of a monetisation exercise to extract maximum value from its sick entities.