India’s growth prospects are looking up and the manufacturing sector, which is turning around after tepid growth in the last 2-3 years, will help the country meet its fiscal deficit
US President Barack Obama could lose roughly six hours from his expected lifespan after spending three days in India’s capital inhaling the world’s most toxic air.
Air Force One descended
The breakthrough in civil nuclear deal between India and US may be heads up for American equipment makers that plan to export eight unbuilt nuclear power reactors to India, but
President Barack Obama wrapped up his three-day India visit on Tuesday with a strong pitch for religious harmony in the world’s most populous democracy even as he delved into the
US President Barack Obama today said the sight of "incredible" Indian women in the Armed forces was one of his "favourite things" on his India visit as he stressed that
State-owned Coal India Ltd will engage an external consultant to examine various structures and implementation models to auction coal linkages.
The decision was taken during the recent meeting of Inter
As US President Barack Obama left India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his visit has taken the bilateral relations to a new level and opened a new chapter.
US President Barack Obama today left for Saudi Arabia, wrapping up his three-day visit here during which both the countries broke a seven-year logjam to operationalise a landmark civil nuclear
Conflict of interest between US President Barack Obama's pitch for Make in America and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Make in India may arise but a 'win-win' situation can be fashioned
Against the backdrop of China exerting its influence in South China Sea, US President Barack Obama today said freedom of navigation must be upheld in the Asia Pacific and welcomed
Garuda is the most well known Indian mythological creature to don brand colours.
- 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.