As part of its ongoing efforts to improve the ease of doing business in the country, the Narendra Modi government on Monday allowed companies to set up projects within seven
Gulf Oil Lubricants India (GOL), part of $18bn Hinduja Group that markets automotive and industrial lubricants, two-wheeler batteries, automotive filters and lubricating equipment, is enhancing capacity at its manufacturing facility
To attract investments in the defence, the government today allowed private companies in the segment to sell equipment to state-run entities without prior approval of the Ministry of Defence.
At a time when trade unions have called for a nationwide stir protesting against the labour reforms initiated by the Narendra Modi government, Union Labour Minister Narendra Singh Tomar today
The Bombay High Court has asked the Reserve Bank of India to respond to a petition which seeks CBI probe into fraudulent grant of loans and consequent rise in nationalised
Days after approving lower than demanded gas price increase Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said the USD 5. 61 per mmBtu rate will ensure explorers make profit but not
India Inc raised $ 3. 17 billion from overseas markets in September 2014 down 5
Days after the Supreme Court cancelled allocation of 214 coal blocks, the government today moved to bring an Ordinance that will enable it to acquire the land of these mines along with plants for auction later.
Seeking to allay concerns of the Indian steel industry over free trade agreements, senior commerce ministry officials today said imports from Japan and S Korea are "certainly" positive outcomes of
Two government officials, facing prosecution in a coal blocks allocation scam case, today moved a special court seeking alteration of charges framed against them.
The counsel for Executive Secretary Goutam
Death on the cricket pitch is rare but an unfortunate reality.
- National pharmaceutical policy to be out soon
The controversial National Pharmaceutical Policy may finally see the light of the day with the health ministry and chemicals ministry sorting out differences over some proposals in the policy.
- India, Pak agree to inspect water projects
India and Pakistan have agreed to allow their experts to inspect two major water projects in the Kashmir region,
- WTO deal still elusive
The WTO has finally created unity among its 152 members — but unfortunately for head Pascal Lamy, the only thing all states agree on is that the prospect of a new trade deal is still far away.
- Foreign shippers seek level-playing field
Foreign ship owners have asked the directorate general of shipping for a level-playing field and a “rethink” on its latest order banning overseas vessels, which are over 25 years old
- Plea to extend crop insurance
Andhra wants cut-off date for crop insurance of non-loanee farmers to be extended to September.
- Healthcare needs Rs 3,70,000cr
India will need investments of Rs 3,70,000 crore for healthcare facilities, a study said.
- Sugar price may go up
Sugar prices may rise to an unreasonable level if the sale of buffer stock quantum is kept voluntary.
- NMCE starts new series in metals
NMCE will start new series for future contracts in non-ferrous metals from August 1.
- Do call register
The Supreme Court has suggested introduction of a new ‘do call register’ facility to curb the telemarketing menace.