- Sep20By PTI
Breaking from tradition, the general budget of the union government is likely to be presented on February 1 instead of the last day of the month, as part of an
- Sep15By FC Policy Bureau
The Union cabinet may next week take a call on advancing budget session of Parliament by a month to January 24, a move that will give the government enough time
A monopoly policy that restricts private port operators such as DP World, PSA and Adani Ports & SEZ from bidding for second terminal at major ports, the large ports administered
Indian Railways will have to pay dividend and fund subsidy on its own even after the merger of rail budget with general budget. This would mean there would be
The edible oil industry has urged the government not to lower the import duty, as it would hurt them in the long run while the immediate impact will be on
Fearing a spike in food prices ahead of the festival season, the government is likely to reduce import duty on wheat and edible oils to keep domestic rates under check.
The government plans to set up an independent authority that would identify and take over excess land available with sick central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) after they are wound up. The acquired land will be sold off commercial use later.
- Sep08By FC Policy Bureau
Within hours of its announcement, the railways appears to be climbing down on the controversial 'surge pricing' in the face of public backlash and sharp political reaction.
"The plan to
The government on Wednesday ruled out privatising public sector banks (PSBs) with finance minister Arun Jaitley saying that public opinion in the country is not yet ready for the move.
India will prepare a proposal for the World Trade Organization (WTO) on including services in trade agreement. The pact has so far been restricted to commodities with the objective
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