• Jul
    19

    In order to check dumping of low-grade steel products and promote production of quality products in the country, the government has initiated strict implementation of quality control order for stainless

  • Jul
    18

    The Centre has decided to step up coordination with states to ensure expeditious implementation of the direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme with its expanding usage.
    Government sources said that

  • Jul
    16

    The consultative committee of the finance ministry on Friday discussed measures to further improve the functioning of the direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme.
    Members suggested holding regular discussions with states

  • Jul
    14

    In order to help investors get a clearer picture on returns from their investments, market regulator Securities and Exchange Bureau of India (Sebi) has made it mandatory for the top

  • Jul
    13
    By PTI

    India has slapped anti-dumping duties on import of a refrigerant from China saying it hurt domestic producers, according to a recent notice from the revenue department.

    The government imposed an

  • Jul
    08
    By PTI

    Labour ministry and central trade unions are at loggerheads over raising the investments of retirement fund body EPFO in stock markets through Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs).

    At a meeting of

  • Jul
    07
    By PTI

    Labour ministry is of the opinion that the retirement fund body EPFO should increase investments in the stock markets through ETFs, as the exercise has started giving returns.
    “We see

  • By Siddhartha Singh, Bloomberg

    India is considering a proposal to increase the limit on foreign direct investment (FDI) in local newspapers and magazines, two government officials said.
    The finance ministry recommended raising the cap

  • The Centre has made changes in its allocation policy for foodgrains supplied through the public distribution system, by giving a choice for the first time to surplus producing states to

  • Jul
    06

    The government on Wednesday constituted a committee to explore the possibility of a new financial year in place of existing one, which begins on April 1.
    The panel has been