FDI reforms: Narendra Modi government mulls relaxing food retail norms, may allow retailers to sell non-food items
The government is weighing a proposal to relax foreign direct investment guidelines in food retail to allow a certain percentage of locally-produced non-food items along with the edible products.
Airport land: In big win for GMR, GVK, Supreme Court allows non-aero use, overturns rule in new aviation policy
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that the benefits of a liberalised land development policy should also be given to existing developers of airports. The directive comes as a relief to the GMR group-led Delhi International Airport and the GVK-led Mumbai International Airport.
Stock markets: Vast wealth can be created by acquiring shares of disruptive leaders, value creators; how you can profit
A holistic view encompassing macro as well as bottom-up analysis of growth drivers suggest vast wealth can be created by owning disruptive leaders and value creators.
CEA Arvind Subramanian wants coal as major fuel, says India should not get distracted by carbon imperialism
The Centre is planning to create a hydro-development fund to give a push to stalled hydro projects facing cost overruns owing to delays.
Jaypee Infratech case: Boost for home buyers, IBBI reveals new form to submit claims; learn where to avail
In a relief to home buyers who have invested in stressed real estate projects of companies such as Jaypee, IBBI has come up with a new form to enable them to submit their claims in case of any liquidation of such firms under the new IBC.
Wholesale onion prices declined by nearly 15% to Rs 1,851 per quintal at Lasalgaon — the country’s largest wholesale market for the bulb on Tuesday on reports of the government increasing the Minimum Export Price of onions.
Global Entrepreneurship Summit in India: From Ivanka Trump to many others, event set to draw key global players
As many as 1,200 business delegates and 300 entrepreneurs from the US, India and other countries are expected to participate in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit to be held in Hyderabad from November 28 to 30.
A posh estate agent in London has just come up with a brilliant idea to sell his sports car for £20 but he in turn will end up getting £50,000.
A bizarre video released by a Chinese state news agency has accused India of perpetrating "Seven Sins". In reference to a two-month-old standoff at Doklam, China has resorted to a racial stereotype in order to try and mock India and Indians.
Amid the ongoing furore over deaths of multitudes of children in Gorakhpur's Baba Raghav Das Medical College's hospital, Union Minister of State, Health and Family Welfare Faggan Singh Kulaste on Sunday hinted that there could be a conspiracy behind this tragedy.
Good news! Vaping is safer, as a study recently reveals that adults who use e-cigarettes daily were three times more likely to quit cigarettes compared to those who have never tried e-cigarettes.
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) today said though Aadhar is not a mandatory requirement for Know Your Customer (KYC) in the insurance sector, it is the most simple form of KYC document.
XAT 2018 registration: Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) 2018 registration has already started and the interested candidates can apply on the official website xatonline.net.in.
Scientists have developed a new method to make magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) multicolour to improve disease detection.
Melbourne is the most liveable city in the world, followed by Austrian capital, Vienna and Canada's Vancouver in the second and third place respectively, reveals a survey.
Public sector banks have reported 20 per cent jump in the outstanding loans by nearly 9,000 wilful defaulters who collectively owed to lenders more than 92,000 crore at the end of March this year.
GMDA is expected to direct a suitable model for governance to improve synchronization among different agencies in the region, which will help develop infrastructure.
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India has banned the export of gold products with purity above 22 carats with immediate effect, a move that the industry sees as a way of curbing irregularities in the trade.