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SC slams BCCI, asks it to 'fall in line'

The Supreme Court on Wednesday warned the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) that its defiance in not implementing Justice RM Lodha committee recommendations on reforms, would be

IOC-BPCL gets govt nod to buy stake in Roseneft fields

The government on Wednesday gave its approval to a consortium of state-owned companies, including Oil India, Indian Oil Corporation and Bharat Petro Resources (a unit of Bharat Petroleum Corporation) to

WB commits to fulfil obligations under Indus treaty: Pak

Pakistan on Wednesday claimed the World Bank has "committed" itself to "timely fulfilling its obligations" under the Indus Water Treaty while remaining neutral as Islamabad approached the international lender amid reports that India may revoke the 56-year-old deal.

Govt nod for Rs 2,256 cr project for GST integration

CCEA on Wednesday cleared a Rs 2,256 crore IT project Saksham of the Central Board of Excise and Customs, which will help integrate CBEC's system with the GST network before the rollout in April next year.

Tax drive offers no absolution, to yield little cash for govt

The Indian government has sent out about 700,000 notices to suspected tax evaders to coax them to declare hidden income and assets, promising they won't be pursued by the authorities if they pay a penalty now to clear their name.

Inter-connected Delhi women in Panama leaks

Among the many seemingly innocuous Indian names that have emerged from the Panama papers and offshore leaks dump, are two Delhi-based women, who prima facie appear to be deeply connected.

India decides to boycott Saarc meet in Pakistan

The US has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the

Close all terror safe havens: US asks Pak

The US has asked Pakistan to close all terrorist safe havens and target all militant groups, including those that target neighbouring countries, after India made a strong pitch at the

Banks to get more power to resolve stressed assets

Banks, especially the public sector ones, will be armed better soon to resolve the stressed assets as the winter session of Parliament could clear amendments to the Prevention of Corruption

Indian exports unlikely to improve this year

India’s exports may not see a turnaround at least until the new year begins as the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has cut its global trade forecast for 2016 on potentially

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